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Cleveland Park


  • Community Characteristics: Significant Percentage of Family Households, Close to Military Facility(ies), Many Single Family Dwellings

  • Population: 51,250

  • Income Per Capita: $71,665

  • Average Household Expenditure: $109,070


Washington DC residents are attracted to Cleveland Park real estate due in large part to the extensive green space surrounding the neighborhood. Named for Grover Cleveland, who briefly owned a summerhouse in the area, Cleveland Park real estate is located in Northwest D.C. It is served by the Cleveland Park Metro Station, on Metro’s red line.

Much of Cleveland Park’s real estate dates back to the turn of the 19th century and reflects a broad mix of architectural styles, including Victorian, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, and Mission. In 1987, the neighborhood was designated a Historic District, thanks in large part to the efforts of both the Cleveland Park Historical Society and Cleveland Park real estate owners. Even the neighborhood’s low-rise commercial corridor along Connecticut Avenue boasts several historic buildings, like the 1916 firehouse and the 1930 Park and Shop strip mall. Perhaps the most well known, however, is the Uptown Theater, an Art Deco movie palace built in 1936 whose single screen still attracts more than 200,000 moviegoers annually. You can learn more about the Cleveland Park estate market, including timely statistics about active inventory and the median sales price of area homes, by visiting the Cleveland Park housing marketreport. You can also refer to the facts below for additional details about living in Cleveland Park.

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Resource: Long & Foster


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