Located just northwest of Cleveland Park, North Cleveland Park is known for being on the urban-suburban edge of the District. Convenient to popular grocery stores, restaurants, a community garden and shops along Connecticut and Wisconsin Avenues, residents rave about where they live. President Grover Cleveland bought his house south of Rosedale in Cleveland Park during his first term in office. Both areas showcase all the popular architectural styles of homes that were popular in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Residents and buyers today appreciate the sturdy construction and beautiful original features found in many homes in North Cleveland Park. The neighborhood is also called Van Ness, since it is located next to the Van Ness-UDC Metro station.
Quality of Life:
North Cleveland Park residents enjoy both living in a green and quiet D.C. neighborhood, but still want to be close to everything and walk to shops usually within 15 minutes. The beautiful tree-lined streets of North Cleveland Park really appeal to residents and set it apart from other neighborhoods. It is home to and several embassies and schools including the University of the District of Columbia, Van Ness campus, and several private schools within walking distance.
Some boundaries in North Cleveland Park can differ, but generally Albemarle Street NW to the north, Connecticut Avenue and the University of the District of Columbia to the east, Tilden and Upton streets NW to the south, and Wisconsin Avenue to the west. The neighborhood is served by the Tenleytown-AU and Van Ness-UDC Metro stations on the Red Line plus several Metrobus lines.