Chain Bridge Forest

Chain Bridge Forest | Arlington Real Estate

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Chain Bridge Forest | Real Estate

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Chain Bridge Forest Housing & History

Named for Chain Bridge, which connects northern Arlington to DC's Pallisades neighborhood, Chain Bridge Forest is a lovely community with amply spacious homes. The vast majority of houses in the neighborhood were built in the 1960's and 1970's. Many are inhabited by former residents of nearby Arlington neighborhoods that either hoped to leave behind what they considered overbuilding or simply craved more space. Whether it's growing-room for the children of young families or meant for new hobbies of retirees, space is the one thing Chain Bridge Forest has plenty of.

Part of what makes Chain Bridge Forest unique and encourages happiness and neighborliness is that no one street was fully designed by the same architect or contractor, let alone the whole neighborhood. Rather than having been platted and built up prior to the arrival of its residents, the residents have clearly had a large say in what they wanted in a dwelling and therefore each house has a bit of personality. The area remains heavily wooded, so privacy remains intact. While fences make good neighbors, trees make even better ones.

Chain Bridge Forest Transportation & Location

Chain Bridge Forest has no Metro Station, but it is nearest to the Ballston-MU Metro on the Orange and Silver Lines, which is accessible via the N Glebe Rd (VA-120). N Glebe Rd (VA-120) runs north through Chain Bridge Forest, providing access to the District of Columbia; and to I-395 to the south, toward Alexandria.

Chain Bridge Forest is bounded by N Glebe Rd to the south, the western border runs between N Stuart St and 39th St N, and the northern border runs between N Richmond St and N Roundhill Rd.