Washington, DC Apartments

This residential neighborhood is easily missed if you don't pay close attention. Located near Georgetown, many have mistaken Glover Park as a part of Georgetown. However, Glover Park is a quiet and quaint neighborhood, ideal for those who want to live in a much quieter location than the city, but still be in close proximity to all amenities offered by it. New apartment renters who consider themselves nature buffs will have easy access to Glover-Archbold Park and Whitehaven Park for outdoor recreational activities. Since the neighborhood is part of Northwest DC, new and local residents have access to all activities available within. Many popular locations include: the Washington National Cathedral, Rock Creek Park, the Hillwood Estate (museum and gardens), shopping at Friendship Heights and Georgetown Flea Market, and the Carter Barron Amphitheatre. A few popular restaurants in the area include: Arcuri, Rocklands Barbeque & Grilling Company, Old Europe, Surfside, Dumplings and Beyond, Town Hall, Mad Fox Taproom, Spring and Sprout, Shanghai Lounge, and Angelico Pizzeria. The cost of living in Glover Park is 12% higher than the Washington average and 66% higher than the national average. The average rent per month for a one-bedroom apartment in Glover Park is around $1,700. If you are considering moving to this neighborhood and have young children, the average school test scores in the area are 66% higher than the national average and 97.2% of students in the area have completed high school. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)

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