Cleveland Park D.C. Real Estate
Named after Grover Cleveland, it’s easy to see why he chose Cleveland Park as a location for his summer home. The tree-lined streets in this charming residential neighborhood are brimming with restored homes from the late 1800’s and 1900’s. A designated historic district since 1987, even the commercial buildings have historical significance. Some popular landmarks include The Uptown Theatre, an art deco structure dating back to 1936, Rosedale Conservancy on which sits the oldest farmhouse in Washington, DC and, still inhabited, the 1916 firehouse, the Broadmoor cooperative and numerous other architectural treasures. Take a tour down Porter, Ordway, Newark, Lowell and Macomb Streets to view some of the neighborhood’s fine homes.
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Cleveland Park real estate represents a diverse assortment of architectural styles. Some of the more historical gems include Victorians, Sherman Cottages, Colonial Georgian Revivals, Foursquares, and Dutch Colonial Revivals. More contemporary styles include Spanish Eclectic, ultra-modern masterpieces, and new construction by award-winning architects.
In addition to single family homes, the area also features low-rise condominiums, cooperatives, townhouses and apartments. An average price for a small 3-bedroom home in Cleveland Park is approximately $850,000, and the average 3-bedroom condo is about $500,000. However, prices do go much higher, particularly for the architecturally rich homes on large lots built at the turn of the century. These homes range in value from $2 million to almost $6 million. The price range is a function of age, condition, architectural significance, location, (particularly if the house is situated in the Cleveland Park Historical District), period details, lot and home size. Other than large and gracious homes built at the turn of the century, Cleveland Park offers select new builds such as those built on the “back side” of Rosedale Conservancy. These new builds are grand in scale, perched high on the hill on Ordway street, and have a view of the Rosedale grounds and the National Cathedral.
Real estate in Cleveland Park is located within Wisconsin and Idaho Avenues to the west, Connecticut Avenue to the east, Tilden Street to the north, and Woodley Road and Klingle Valley Parkway to the south. Cleveland Park is conveniently located near restaurants, shopping, the National Zoo and other parks, and maintains a strong community feel.
For information about Cleveland Park and surrounding area real estate, please contact Lynn Bulmer, Washington DC Realtor® at 202-257-2410.