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Comfortably removed from the city center in northwest Washington, D.C., Cleveland Park is an attractive residential area retaining much of its original New England charm. The area's winding, hilly streets feature a wide variety of 19th and early 20th century homes, mansions, and embassies, many with historical significance. Contact your NW DC real estate specialists now! Read More about Cleveland Park real estate.
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Cleveland Park's heritage also derives largely from the 1930s, when it was modeled as an upscale streetcar suburb, and described as the "Queen of Washington suburbs." Tourists visit Cleveland Park for its many renowned landmarks from that era, including the Art Deco Uptown Theater, and Park and Shop, a 1930s mall.
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The most famous landmark in Cleveland Park, Washington National Cathedral, is surrounded by a beautiful sub-neighborhood called Cathedral Heights. Homes in this area, between Fulton Street, Woodley Road, and Wisconsin Ave, consist mainly of large century-old single family homes and rowhouses.
Homes for sale throughout Cleveland Park come in an eclectic mix of popular early 20th century styles, including Queen Anne, Georgian Revival, and Mission Revival, and "The Cupcake House"!. The neighborhood's grandest mansions offer a beautiful glimpse into American history, most notably at historic residences Twin Oaks, and Rosedale, which dates back to the 1790s.