Cleveland Park has an eclectic mix of home styles.

Neighborhood features:

  • Cleveland Park was originally home to Washington’s summer estates because of its higher elevation and cooler summer temperatures. 
  • President Grover Cleveland once called the neighborhood home. 
  • Later on Cleveland Park was an early street car suburb with homes designed by individual architects and builders which give it the eclectic mix of home styles. 
  • Architects Winthrop Faulkner and I.M. Pei made later additions to the neighborhood. 
  • It is well known for its great access to the National Zoo and restaurant corridor along Connecticut Avenue. 

Market Data:

In the past year forty nine (49) single family homes and rowhomes sold in Cleveland Park for an average sales price of $1.685M and with an average of 31 days on the market. The top home sale for Cleveland Park this past year was one of the original homes which was built in 1896 and has a prime corner lot. The Queen Anne Victorian home sold in November 2018 for $3.95M and has 7 bedrooms, 5 & half bathrooms and is approximately 5,000 sf. 

Cleveland Park also has a good size condo & co-op apartment market which mostly can be found along Connecticut Avenue. In the past year one hundred forty four (144) condo and co-ops traded with an average sales price of $412K and an average of 36 days on the market. The most expensive apartment to sell in the neighborhood was a penthouse unit in a new construction building along Wisconsin Avenue that advertised views of the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral. That property had two bedrooms and two bathrooms on two floors and sold for $1.1M in May 2018.