Where do we begin? The location needs no introduction, as Country Club Hills is one of Northern Virginia's most prestigious communities . Enjoy the luxury of an elevated premium lot, but still only minutes from downtown Washington, DC. Feel more connected to your community and the people in it! The Country Club Hills community offers a cohesive, safe, and prosperous place to live. Come be enchanted by this federal style home and the impressive
Welcome to highly coveted County Club Hills!! Construction has begun! Classic beauty meets functionality with the next exciting Luxury Home from highly acclaimed Whitestone Custom Homes! This Transitional Tudor boasts 4 levels and will total 7400 square feet of thoughtfully curated workmanship and feature 7 bedrooms and 8 full baths with 2 half baths. A Sun-filled Study and an Elegant Library with wood-burning fireplace each will celebrate
Welcome to another spectacular TO BE BUILT custom home by M-R Custom Homes house in sought-after Country Club Hills. The perfect place to call home. 7,100+ finished sq. ft. of living space on a 10,000+ sq. ft. cul-de-sac lot. Featuring 6 BR, 6.5 BA. with Main floor bedroom, separate dining room, Morning Room, and Sunroom. Main floor also includes a showcase gourmet kitchen with 2 dishwashers and an extra prep sink. The beautiful kitchen is open
One of Country Club Hills most anticipated sales. Only two families since the home was built in 1939 have been able call this cherished homesite "Home". This beautiful Tudor Colonial sits in the shadow of the Washington Golf and Country Club, just off Rock Spring Road. Don't be surprised if you find an errant golf ball in the front yard! The home was designed for entertaining and rings of gracious sophistication and the romance of
New Price on this fabulous house, perfect for the 2021 New Normal. Located in the coveted Country Club Hills, this house was thoughtfully designed and renovated to work and attend class from home, cook and gather for family meals, run around in the .35 acre yard, ride bikes, scooters and play ball in the double cul de sac. In addition, it is a short distance to Gulf Branch Nature Center, an abundance of green space and lovely trails to and
Welcome to Chain Bridge Terrace, an elegant enclave of masterfully crafted luxury townhomes imagined and developed by renowned Arlington builder, John Albrittain. Once in a lifetime, if you're in the right place at the right time, you have the good fortune to live in such a special setting; such a remarkable residence. Consider this your time and your place. Opportunity knocks. Are you ready to step through the door?When you do, be prepared for
***Sunday's Open House is CANCELLED*** This is definitely a craftsman with a view! A gorgeous 2016 craftsman with quality finishes throughout, nestled in Arlington’s beautiful Gulf Branch neighborhood. This custom designed home, located on a quiet cul-de-sac, backs up to parkland that will never be developed. There are beautiful views from every window. The gourmet kitchen includes marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, high end
Hard to find the words to describe this expertly maintained, improved and modernized Country Club Hills home. Let me start with the improvements. With a top of the line kitchen at the top of many buyers wish lists, this one will not disappoint. You will find a Jenn Air Range with a Zephyr retractable vent hood, Bosch Dishwasher (2019), Kitchen Aid French Door counter depth refrigerator (2015) to compliment the kitchen renovation (2017)
After the American Civil War, Old Glebe was a reasonably successful agricultural community. With the nearby Chain Bridge and several new roads leading to it, it became a prime location for farmers looking to sell their harvests to DC residents. As technology improved and railways and streetcars were introduced to Arlington County, Washingtonians were able to enjoy Virginia's natural beauty and escape stifling DC heat. By the same good fortune, District employees and their families were able to live in the less developed serenity of Arlington, while managing a daily commute to and from the city. The most famous regular visitor was President Woodrow Wilson, who enjoyed recreation at the newly opened Washington Golf & Country Club. Some long-time residents of the area remember him stopping his car to chat with them and other children, handing out coins and candies.
Old glebe remained largely undeveloped into the 20th century, though as a community, it certainly changed along with so many other Arlington neighborhoods as it grew to accommodate growing numbers of New Deal workers and defense workers, and the inevitable baby boom that would follow World War II. There has been a large push, however, to keep much of Old Glebe open and green. The most noteworthy of these areas is the forty-acre Gulf Branch Nature Center.
Old Glebe Transportation & Location
Old Glebe has no Metro Station, but it is nearest to the Ballston-MU Metro on the Orange and Silver lines, which is accessible via N Glebe Rd (VA-120). N Glebe Rd (VA-120) runs along the western end of Old Glebe, providing access to the District of Columbia; and to I-395 to the south, toward Alexandria.
Old Glebe is bounded by N Glebe Rd to the north and west, Military Rd to the east, and 36th St N to the south.
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