North Arlington Homes For Sale in Arlington VA
As you might guess from the name, North Arlington refers to a large area of the county to the north of Route 50. Arlington County itself is one of the ten richest counties in the US according to Forbes Magazine and the northern sector is home to some of its more affluent communities. Like its southern counterpart, North Arlington extends westward from the Potomac River and enjoys numerous parks and large open green spaces. It's a commuter-friendly region with the famous Route 66 running through its center, east-to-west. To learn more about North Arlington homes for sale in Arlington VA, take a closer look at the available MLS listings below:
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here's numerous communities within the North Arlington area, including official townships, small cities, villages and other subdivisions. Given Virginia's rich history and lengthy roots, the various boundaries can sometimes seem a bit murky. Likewise, neighborhood-specific real estate statistics can prove a challenge, especially given the constant price fluctuations in today's marketplace. One thing is certain though, virtually ever community in the North Arlington area is currently trending upward when it comes to real estate prices. It should be noted however, that values here aren't rising as rapidly as some of the more modestly priced real estate south of Route 50.
Although there are far too many North Arlington neighborhoods to cover in an overview, a sampling would include Ballston, Bellevue, Clarendon-Courthouse, Cherrydale, Country Club Manor, Donaldson Run, East Falls Church, Glebewood, Rosslyn, Virginia Square, Vienna, Waverly Hills, Wavecroft-Woodlawn, Williamsburg and Yorktown. Some are more urbanized and some are more spacious and rural.
To give an idea of the range of possibilities in North Arlington, neighborhoods like Rosslyn, Ballston, Clarendon-Courthouse and Virginia Square are leading the way toward trendy lofts and high-density commercial appeal. On the other hand, if green space is your thing, check out Wavecroft-Woodlawn known as the Garden Spot of Arlington with a $725,000 median list price. Yorktown with an average list price of $735,000 boasts one of the top public high schools in the country while Williamsburg and Williamsburg Village in the western part of the county are big on custom homes with a median list price of $855,000. Finally, for those desiring cherry blossoms and small-town charm, Cherrydale has it in abundance with lists prices averaging $925,000.
It's a lot to think about and there are many more neighborhoods, villages and planned communities that haven't even been mentioned. If you're curious about North Arlington, take some time and investigate further – the area has much to offer. For more information about North Arlington homes for sale in Arlington VA, call us right now at (202) 798-3600.
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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 9:04am EST.