Crescent Hills Homes For Sale in Arlington VA

Crescent Hills is a tiny residential neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, bounded by N. Williamsburg Blvd to the north, N. Harrison Street to the east, N. Yorktown Blvd to the south and N. John Marshall Drive to the west. Like much of Arlington, Crescent City was once farm land with a sprinkling of old country homes. Its modern day residential development began in the 1950's with a burst of building for about a twenty-year year period. In recent years there has been a fair amount of new construction, including some expensive new homes designed in a custom-retro style. To learn more about Crescent Hills homes for sale in Arlington VA, start browsing the active home listings below:

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5509 32nd St N

ARLINGTON, VA
$2,199,000

MLS#: VAAR151802
7 Bed, 6½ Bath
6228 Sqft, 0.36 Acres
Residential

4112 Crescent Hills Dr

HAYMARKET, VA
$575,000

MLS#: VAPW467776
5 Bed, 2½ Bath
3123 Sqft, 1.05 Acres
Residential

 

 

More About Crescent Hills Real Estate - Arlington Virginia

Crescent Hills Homes For Sale in Arlington VAOften associated with the larger community of Rock Spring, the Crescent Hills subdivision consists of a handful of curving streets and isn't particularly well-known. Local residents are just fine with that, enjoying their anonymity in this northwestern part of Arlington County. Homes built during the neighborhood's original development boom were often Colonials, Ramblers and Arlington bungalows but many have been built up along the way. Homes for sale usually start in the mid-six figures with a number of new properties along the community's western border listing in the $1.5 million range.

Crescent Hills is often associated with larger neighborhoods, including Yorktown, Williamsburg and Lee-Harrison. Located between the I-495 Beltway and I-66, it's an easy commute to either Washington DC or outlying Virginia areas. The real estate market in this neck of the woods doesn't seem to have been as adversely affected by the 2008 subprime crisis as some other parts of Arlington County. The area on whole tends to be upscale and well-positioned for future value growth.

Local outdoors attractions for Crescent Hills include Rock Spring Park, along with the Rock Spring Garden Club. The prestigious and historic Washington Golf and Country Club is also close by. The neighborhood, located in the prestigious 22207 zip code, is only about a mile from the Potomac River. Schools in the area include Nottingham Elementary, Williamsburg Middle School and Yorktown High School.

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Listing information last updated on October 15th, 2019 at 1:16pm EDT.