In 1993, after looking at what seemed like 100 homes, the owners found a classic Arlington post-war Colonial home. The husband, an architect, saw that it had good bones ~ an open floor plan with spaces that would support a future family. Over the next 26 years they renovated the house from top to bottom. First on the list was a new kitchen, then the second floor with the arrival of their first child, the basement with the second and finally a
NEIGHBORHOOD TREASURE! This 4BR/2.5BA Classic Colonial is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in one of Arlington's most sought-after neighborhoods. Offering tremendous curb appeal, this stately home is situated on a large yard accentuated by mature trees and beautiful landscaping.You~ll enter the home through the foyer. Through the soft archway you~ll find the living room featuring classic touches such as handsome hardwood floors, crown molding, a
Sunny & Bright Brick Colonial in convenient and friendly Dominion Hills. 2 Additions including a main level BR/Office with full bath plus separate den. New roof, HVAC including air filter and 4 year young kitchen. Freshly painted, wood floors, great deck and yard.
Development of the Dominion Hills subdivision began in the early 1940's during which decade houses were almost exclusively two-story brick Colonials. In the 1950's Colonials were still popular, but most houses were brick ramblers with the odd Cape Cod among them. The vast majority of Dominion Hills dwellings are owner occupied, however there are some apartments including the Cavalier Club Apartments which stand on the site of the Febrey-Lothrop stables.
Dominion Hills Origins
Dominion Hills was a prominent site during the American Civil War as it included Upton's Hill, an important landmark that provided clear views of the surrounding countryside and enabled the transmission of flag signals between the long line of forts and encampments that were established to defend the District. The oldest standing house in Dominion Hills is the Febrey-Lothrop house, built on land purchased by the Febrey family from the Uptons of Upton Hill. Dominion Hills was also once the home of Hollywood siblings Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty who grew up in a house on N Liberty St.
Dominion Hills Transportation & Location
Dominion Hills has no Metro station but is within easy biking distance of the Ballston-MU and East Falls Church Metro Stations. The neighborhood is also conveniently outlined by I-66, providing easy access to the District of Columbia.
Dominion Hills is bounded by Custis Memorial Pkwy (I-66) to the north, Four Mile Run to the east, Wilson Blvd to the south, and N McKinley Rd to the west.
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