Madison Manor Homes for Sale

A small semi-triangular neighborhood bordered by I-66 to the north and Wilson Boulevard to the south, Madison Manor is also fairly close to the western border of Arlington, adjoining East Falls Church.

This residential neighborhood in Arlington’s western tip is located near East Falls Church. With a semi-triangular shape, it is bounded by I-66 to the north and McKinley Road along the eastern side. It also touches Wilson Boulevard at its southern tip and butts up against the Arlington border to the west.

Those seeking further geographical factoids should note that a portion of East Falls Church Park enters the northwestern corner of Madison Manor. Residents also enjoy Madison Manor Park which is located in the northern portion of the community.

The earliest homes date to around 1940 and are typified by large and gracious architecture with wraparound porches. Residential development didn’t take off until 1945, however, with the building boom continuing for the next three decades. Older homes include an interesting variety of Colonial designs, including brick Revival and some unusual clapboard properties with wide overhang roofs and top dormers.

Cape Cod styles soon entered the fray, followed by Ramblers and Split-levels. You’ll also find a smattering of intriguing mid-century contemporary structures with low-slung carports. And finally, the housing stock is rounded out by newer custom homes for sale and even some 1970s townhomes. Prices generally start in the mid-six figures, climbing to over a million dollars.

Residents in this appealing upscale community enjoy plenty of conveniences, including quiet tree-lined streets, enjoyable parks and the McKinley Elementary School. Plus, commuting is a snap, either driving on major roadways or using the East Falls Church Metro. As for dining, shopping and entertainment, the trendy Rosslyn-Ballston corridor is just a short drive away, as is Falls Church.