Country Club Manor Homes For Sale, Arlington
Located in Arlington, Virginia’s northwestern quadrant is a relatively small upscale neighborhood known as Country Club Manor. If the name sounds at all familiar, it may be due to a cluster of similarly themed communities adjoining the prestigious Washington Golf and Country Club. The other posh enclaves include Country Club Hills and Country Club Grove. It’s a very clubby area.
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Homes for sale in Country Club Manor are exclusively comprised of detached single-family residences—you’ll find no condos or townhouses here. With about 1,700 residents, this is a place where you’ll find big houses on big lots. Prices start in the very high figures and quickly climb past the million dollar mark. The community is centered near the fork where N. Glebe Road and Williamsburg Boulevard connect. It is also quite close to the Arlington/Fairfax border.
The land belonging to Country Club Manor dates way back to Revolutionary War roads and cartways, with farmers and Washington summer home residents increasing their presence after the end of the Civil War. But it was the arrival of the Washington Golf and Country Club around 1908 that ultimately spurred a new wave of residential development. The subsequent building boom occurred from the 1930s to 1950s, slowing down substantially after that period.
These days, homes for sale in Country Club Manor reflect a varied set of styles, with boxy brick Colonial Revival, other clapboard Colonial styles, English Tudor combining wood and stone, Arts & Crafts, some Spanish/Mediterranean themes, and mid-century Split-levels and Ramblers. A number of homes have been substantially remodeled and built up over time, and there are also some newer custom homes.
This is a lovely community with curving, slightly hilly streets and lots of mature trees. There’s organized events, a nice sense of neighborhood pride and of course, the nearby country club itself with its superb greens, as well as tennis, swimming, diving and numerous social calendar events. One known as the “Club of the Presidents” due to Taft, Coolidge, Harding and Wilson who were all golfing members, the prestigious club continues to be an integral part its eponymously named enclaves.