Prospective homebuyers in the Washington, D.C. area should consider the real estate in Arlington, Virginia. Arlington County of Northern Virginia, known simply as Arlington, was established in 1801 but today is a centrally located urban suburb of D.C. perched on the south bank of the picturesque Potomac River. The community has an abundance of Washington Metro stops, in addition to other public transit options, so owning a car is not necessary. Living here means living in proximity to Arlington National Cemetary, the Pentagon, and many other federal buildings. In addition to its proximity to D.C., and a long, rich history, Arlington also boasts picturesque trails and parks, among many other options for outdoor recreation.
Other amenities and attractions in Arlington and the surrounding area include great opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Many of these options are diverse, as the population of the area is home to not only a large white population, but Asian, Middle Eastern, and Spanish-speaking residents as well. The county is divided into many distinct communities, including Lake Barcroft, Country Club Hills, Ballston, Maywood, Broadmont, Penrose, Franklin Park, and Arlington Ridge, to name a few.
Each of the diverse neighborhoods of Arlington provides its own advantages. Homes for sale in Arlington come in a variety of styles and sizes depending on which neighborhood you choose. Properties in Arlington include townhouses, condominiums, timeless Colonial homes, new construction and everything in between. Because of the diversity of Arlington real estate, the price range is broad. If you would like to learn more about available homes in Arlington, Virginia, please give us the opportunity to assist you in your home search and contact us today.