- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 2,520 SqFt
Arlington Heights Homes For Sale, Arlington VA
The pleasantly upscale neighborhood of Arlington Heights in Arlington, Virginia, presents predominately single-family homes for sale in a quiet residential setting. There’s a nice blend of architectural styles here, with Colonial subsets that include boxy brick Revivals and traditional porch-front clapboard. You’ll also find some Victorian farmhouses, Cape Cods and brick Ranch houses.
While most residences are detached single-family structures, there are some condos and townhouses for sale in Arlington Heights, mostly along the western and southern borders. The neighborhood’s early development began in the early 1900s as a streetcar suburb, with the oldest surviving homes dating as far back as 1915. Residential construction picked up dramatically in the 1930s.
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$900,000 - $1,000,000
Homes for sale in Arlington Heights enjoy a diversity of prices, with recent sales starting as low as $300,000 and climbing throughout the six-figure range to around $900,000. The majority of properties, however, have been listings in a solid mid-to-upper six figure bandwidth.
The neighborhood is bordered by Arlington Boulevard to the north, S. Walter Reed Drive and the neighborhood of Penrose to the east, Columbia Pike to the south and Glebe Street and the Alcova Heights community to the west. Arlington Blvd is generally considered the dividing line between North and South Arlington.
Arlington Heights is home to the Thomas Jefferson Community Center, the Arlington Career Center, the Arlington County Fair, the Charles Fenwick Center, and the Columbia Pike Library. Schools in the area include Patrick Henry Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Middle School.
Attractive homes, streets lined with mature shade streets and a nice sense of community—that’s Arlington Heights with a population of about 3,500 residents. It’s a nice place to live.