Located in Northwest Washington, North Cleveland Park is a quiet, tree-filled neighborhood bordered by the popular communities of Cleveland Park, Tenleytown and Forest Hills. Spotted with charming historic homes that feature functional outdoor spaces, brick exteriors and ample greenery, North Cleveland Park offers both privacy and convenience to city amenities.
With Wisconsin Avenue to the east and Connecticut Avenue to its west, residents of North Cleveland Park enjoy easy access to grocery stores, schools, restaurants and shops all within walking distance. Public transport and proximity to the city’s main roads offer city living while generous outdoor space and residential streets provide privacy, making for an urban-suburban combination rarely found in most cities.
Despite being in the middle of the action, North Cleveland Park is a serene community filled with green space and neighborly spirit. A community garden on Tilden Street and the walkability of the neighborhood bring residents together, fostering social gatherings and interaction between the diverse mix of residents. The neighborhood also has a unique international feel, thanks to the number of international embassies bordering North Cleveland Park, as well as top-tier ethnic restaurants from around the globe nearby.
North Cleveland Park is quickly becoming one of the hottest housing markets in D.C., due in part to the sturdy construction and original finishes throughout the homes. From apartment buildings along Connecticut Avenue to single-family homes – both original and renovated – with patios, yards, and ample space to raise a family on interior streets, this community is perfect for residents of all stages of life.
Nearby, there are several public and private schools within walking distance to accommodate growing families. Most residents are a 10-15 minute walk from The Sheridan School’s weekly Saturday farmers market as well as to the shops and restaurants in Van Ness and Tenleytown including Whole Foods, Soapstone Market, Sfoglina, Comet Ping Pong, Burger Tap and Shake and The Container Store.
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