Washington DC, District of Columbia 20016
Cleveland Park: The Intersection of Tranquility & Excitement
Welcome to lush green lawns, quiet, tree-shaded streets lined in pristine white sidewalks, and gently rolling hills… nestled into the very heart of Washington, D.C. For those who seek the serenity and community of a village and the resources of a big city, there is no better place than Cleveland Park, where tranquility and excitement meet for the perfect blend of small-town and big-city.
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Enjoy Community Activities
The Cleveland Park Club is responsible for planning and hosting community events such as plays, dances, potluck suppers, and social and educational events for neighbors to enjoy throughout the year. It is also home to The Washington National Zoo, which is a busy place on the weekends, especially in spring and summer for both tourists and locals.
Cleveland Park Attractions
From the Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library, to the community swimming pool, and the plethora of shopping and dining available on the commercial corridor of Connecticut Avenue, Cleveland Park offers the perfect blend of big-city amenities and a quiet, small-town neighborhood. The three-block shopping strip along Connecticut Avenue provides residents with everything that is needed, from convenient grocery and drug store shopping, to small specialty shops.
An assortment of ethnic restaurants along the shopping strip, include Ardeo + Bardeo restaurant and wine bar; Ripple, Medium Rare, and Sorriso Italian pizza, as well as Alero Mexican Cantina, across the street. If you can't find what you need along Connecticut, take a drive up one of the hilly streets through the neighborhood of historic homes with beautiful wrap-around porches and Victorian-era architecture, to Wisconsin Avenue, where you will find the National Cathedral, as well as more restaurants, shopping and the newly-built Cathedral Commons apartments with a new Giant nearby, and the McLean Gardens condominium and apartment community. Cactus Cantina and Cafe Deluxe are two other restaurant hot-spots along this part of Wisconsin, before heading down into Georgetown. The Washington Ballet also makes its home in this part of town, and the Washington National Cathedral, offers much in the way of cultural opportunities from major holiday services to concerts, and outdoor festivities in the spring, it also provides a place for prayer and worship any day of the week. Its beautiful gardens are nice to explore in both the spring and summer. Check out the cathedral website for more information!
The best of Washington D.C. awaits by Metro! Stroll the streets of Connecticut Avenue and explore the plethora of shops, restaurants, and bars. Or, catch a film at one of the premiere theaters of DC, the Art Deco Uptown Theatre, or drop by the new, Cathedral Commons up on Wisconsin Avenue, for even more options for shopping, dining, and nightlife. You can also spend a day hiking or biking the miles of trails at the Melvin C. Hazen Park, or enjoy the animals and exhibits at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. Need some big-city excitement? Take Washington Metro’s Red Line from Cleveland Park Station to downtown DC., and visit art museums on the Mall, monuments, the U.S. Botanic Gardens, or attend an event at The Kennedy Center, or The Verizon Center.
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