Arlington Real Estate
Arlington | Northern Virginia Real Estate
Arlington | Real Estate
Arlington | Real Estate
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Arlington Features & Amenities
Arlington offers many forms of entertainment. The top iconic symbols of the area are Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon. The Mount Vernon Trail travels parallel to the George Washington Memorial Parkway and offers beautiful views and a relaxing environment. With restaurants like Barley Mac in Rosslyn, Sawatdee in Courthouse, El Pollo Rico in Virginia Square, and Mezeh Mediterranean Grill in Crystal City, just to name a few, your taste buds will not be bored!
Arlington Property Values
Real estate in Arlington varies from one neighborhood to another, but includes co-ops, condos, townhouses, rowhouses, and detached homes. Closest to Washington, DC to the north of Arlington National Cemetery is the neighborhood of Rosslyn, followed by Courthouse, Virginia Square, and Ballston as you move west. To the south of Arlington National Cemetery you will find the neighborhoods of Pentagon City, Crystal City, and Shirlington as you move southwest. In each case the housing stock becomes less dense as you search further west and south.
Arlington Early Days
Arlington is rich with history and charm, located just across the Potomac River from Washington DC via a number of historic bridges and four Metro lines. Arlington is home to many distinctive neighborhoods and is the home to Arlington National Cemetery. Once a part of the District of Columbia from 1791 until 1846, Arlington is now a county all its own. Building heights in Arlington are not nearly as restricted as those in the District, which allows for many tall commercial and residential buildings with sweeping views of the nation's capital.
Arlington Transportation & Location
The immediate Metro stops as you cross from Washington, DC to Arlington are the Rosslyn station to the north, carrying the blue, orange and silver lines, and the Pentagon station to the south, carrying the blue and yellow lines. If you are driving there are many options such as I-66, I-395, Route 50, and the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
Arlington lies west and south of Washington, DC and is bordered by Fairfax County and the city of Falls Church to the northwest, west, and southwest, and Alexandria City to the south.
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Listing information last updated on October 18th, 2021 at 1:03am EDT.