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POSTED ON 11/25/14 | Share This Post
Commuting from Cathedral Heights

Commuting from Cathedral Heights

City life can be stressful, and there’s nothing quite like coming home after work to a tranquil neighborhood. The beautiful houses, gardens, and parks that surround you in Cathedral Commons will make you feel like you are in a truly comfortable and family-friendly neighborhood.

Getting Around

Cathedral Commons was built with the needs of the DC commuter in mind. It provides a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of less residential parts of the District. At the same time, it offers easy access to your child’s school, your place of work, and entertainment.

Situated right off of Wisconsin Avenue, it is in close proximity to schools such as The National Cathedral School, the Washington International School, and the Sidwell Friends School. It’s also just a short drive to a variety of places of employment, including embassies, finance organizations, and news stations.

Work Life

Your commute in to work each morning doesn’t need to be stressful when you live at Cathedral Commons. This is one place in DC where it is actually easy to own a car. We have garage parking, as well as vehicle detailing to help mend any wear and tear on your car. If you choose not to keep your car when you move into the city, there are two commuter bus stops within walking distance, For those of you who prefer to take advantage of the Metro, the Cleveland Park Metro Station is a five minute drive, or a short walk from your front door.

Home Life

After the kids are picked up from school and work has ended, you are still close to the array of restaurants and shops that the District has to offer. On weekends, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is 10 minutes away, and the beautiful grounds at the National Cathedral make for a beautiful walk. The best part about living here is that you will have the time to enjoy it. You won’t need to spend a long time getting to or from work; instead, you will have the luxury of working close to home, and enjoying the best of both worlds.

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