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Welcome to eaves Tunlaw Gardens, located in the Glover Park neighborhood of Washington D.C. - where sensible apartment living meets a sensible cost of living. We offer quality Glover Park apartments with a few little extras, like energy-efficient windows and art deco style archways. To put it simply, our Glover Park apartments for rent in Washington D.C. offer more of what you hope for. Better than you bargained for. So, what are you waiting for?
Glover Park Apartments by eaves
A variety of people have made the Glover Park neighborhood their home. However you came to live in the Washington D.C. area, you should have an apartment that you feel comfortable living in. Luckily, eaves Tunlaw Gardens offers just that and more.
We offer a wealth of sensible one- and two-bedroom floor plans that offer a variety of layouts and configurations, as well as many highly desirable features and amenities. From a beautifully landscaped courtyard and scenic walkway to a convenient 24-hour laundry facility, eaves Tunlaw Gardens is just the place you'll want to call home in Washington D.C.
Glover Park Apartment Community
Located on Davis Pl. NW, our Washington D.C. apartment community is just minutes from Wisconsin Avenue, Georgetown and Embassy Row. As a result of this fantastic location, residents are privy to some of the best dining, shopping and entertainment options in Washington D.C. A few of the nearby options, all located within walking distance, include Glover Park Market, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Stoddert Recreation Center and Old Europe Restaurant. Tying all of these amenities in and out of our community together is a helpful on-site management team dedicated to providing an excellent living experience for our residents.
About Glover Park, Washington D.C.
A neighborhood in the northwest area of Washington D.C., Glover Park has a distinct look and feel unique to all of the DC Metro area. Bordered by Georgetown, the United States Naval Observatory and Number One Observatory Circle, this area is served by the District of Columbia school system and has access to a host of public transportation options. Notable nearby attractions include the White House, International Spy Museum, National Mall and Smithsonian National Zoological Park.