The Estridge Group's
Arlington Real Estate Guide
Arlington County is located in Northern Virginia directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. As one of the most densely populated areas in the nation, Arlington manages to maintain its high quality of life and attract many new people to the area. No matter what your lifestyle, Arlington offers something for everyone.
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Looking for Arlington homes for sale? View a sample of available properties below or search our local listings database to find properties in your price range and with your desired features. You can even receive email alerts of new listings that fit your criteria by signing up for a Property Organizer account. Whether you are buying or selling a home in Arlington, you can keep track of current market activity using this Arlington Real Estate Guide.
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Buying or Selling an Arlington Home?
As your Arlington real estate experts, Melinda Estridge and The Estridge Group can assist you with all of your home buying or home selling needs. Our specialists can provide you with access to the local listings database, offer in-depth reports about the local housing market, and share our experience and knowledge to make the home buying or selling process simpler. Contact The Estridge Group at 301-657-9700 to talk with our experts.
Living in Arlington, Virginia
Arlington is well known for several of its landmarks such as Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon. Other popular attractions include Glen Carlyn Park, Fort Myers, and The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City. With its convenient location, Arlington is easily accessible by car and public transportation such as the WMATA’s Metro rail.
More than 200,000 residents live in Arlington County, and this group is widely diverse. Arlington is also known for having a highly educated workforce; more than 66% of Arlington residents over age 25 have a bachelor’s degree or higher. This variety adds a distinct flavor to many of the area’s friendly neighborhoods and communities.
With such attention to learning, Arlington Public Schools focus on educational excellence, providing students with top-notch instruction. There are a variety of award-winning public and private schools to meet students’ needs, and more than 90% of graduates continue on to accredited colleges and universities.
Tour the Arlington Neighborhood
Eager to learn more about Arlington? Take a peek at these local points of interest and discover why the Arlington community is a great place to live in Northern Virginia.
Desirable Homes and Condominiums
Arlington offers a wide variety of residential real estate including condos, townhomes, new homes, and historic homes in established neighborhoods. Residents are active in their neighborhoods, and more than 100 community services organizations can be found.
Buyers who crave a more urban lifestyle can find condominiums and select single-family homes just steps from areas packed with shops and restaurants. Buyers who are looking for a home with more space and a quieter location can also find what they need in Arlington; luxury homes on up to an acre are available.
Access to Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment
Arlington manages to balance its serene suburban communities with more urban amenities. Near the heart of Arlington, streets are packed with upscale restaurants, boutiques, and attractions, allowing residents to enjoy all the comforts of a major city without leaving home.
One popular attraction is the Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse (pictured), a movie theater that serves a full menu of entrees and beverages while guests lounge in comfortable chairs. It is located on Columbia Pike just steps from more established businesses and contemporary residences. But to truly understand how much Arlington has grown in the past few decades, it's necessary to visit the area along Wilson Boulevard. Here you will find the upscale Ballston Common Mall, top employers like the National Science Foundation, and an assortment of high-end restaurants.
Featured Attraction: Potomac River
With its prime location along the Potomac River, Arlington allows residents to easily access its recreation opportunities. One of the oldest rowing clubs in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, the Potomac Boat Club, uses the river for training, competitions, and a variety of events. River cruises are also common.
Alongside the Potomac River on the Arlington side, you can find the Potomac Heritage Trail, a network of historic hiking and equestrian routes that is managed by the National Park Service, as well as the Potomac Overlook Regional Park. These outdoor destinations not only offer a glimpse of the majestic river, but also offer residents a way to spend time enjoying the sunshine and fresh air outdoors. The river vistas vary widely, allowing residents to enjoy the tree-lined shores or a peek of Washington, D.C.'s skyline.
Contact an Arlington Real Estate Agent
Whether you are buying or selling real estate in Arlington, The Estridge Group will ensure your transaction goes smoothly. Contact our specialists today to learn more about the Arlington area, recent home sales and market trends, available properties for sale, and more.