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VA (Northern) Neighborhoods 

Home seekers will enjoy the many different VA neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could have easy access to downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools. We are also licensed in DC and Maryland.

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Arlington Forest

Arlington Forest is located about a mile west of the Ballston Metro station, bordering Carlin Springs Road and divided by Arlington Boulevard. The Arlington Forest Historic District contains 810 contributing buildings and 3 contributing sites in a subdivision in South Arlington and two sites in North Arlington.
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Arlington Ridge

Arlington Ridge is bordered on the north by The Pentagon, on the west by the Army Navy Country Club, and on the south the City of Alexandria.
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Ashton Heights

Ashton Heights has easy access to Clarendon’s shopping for those who prefer walking to driving. Ashton Heights can be reached from the Virginia Square Metro stop on the Orange and Silver lines, though for some, the Clarendon Metro stop is closer.
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Aurora Highlands

Aurora Highlands is tucked south of Pentagon City and west of Crystal City in South Arlington. The community includes the18-acre Virginia Highlands Park, which has lighted baseball/softball fields, basketball courts and a spray ground for cooling off in the summer.
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Ballston is home to the Ballston Common Mall and the Kettler Capitals Iceplex, which is the practice facility for the Washington Capitals. The Ballston-MU Metro station on the Orange Line and the Silver Line.
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Bluemont is one of the largest neighborhoods in Arlington. The Bluemont neighborhood is bounded by Carlin Springs Road on the south, the W&OD Trail on the west, North Jefferson on the west north of 66, Washington Boulevard on the north, and Glebe Rd on the east.
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Clarendon has a commercial district that rivals many major shopping areas in DC, but it also has offices, apartment buildings, townhouses, and single family homes in the same area. Clarendon is home to both major retailers and smaller independently-owned businesses, so it has become a destination for people from across the region.
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The neighborhood consists of high-rise residential and business buildings including offices of Verizon and an 8-screen AMC movie theater. It is home to more than 25 bars and restaurants, ranging from informal lunch take-out spots, to a venue for local bands, to upscale Latin and Thai evening establishments. Access is easy on Metro with the Court House station on the Orange and Silver lines.
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Del Ray

Del Ray is a neighborhood in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, situated to the northwest of Old Town. A historic hidden gem, Del Ray is full of gorgeous old houses, great indie shops, and delicious eats. The Braddock Road Metro station on the Blue and Yellow lines is located at the south end of the neighborhood.
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Douglas Park

Douglas Park sits in southern Arlington, just 7 miles from the center of Washington D.C. Cape Cod homes and Victorian-style dwellings sit on almost every street, while restaurants and shops line Campbell Avenue and Columbia Pike.
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Fairlington is located adjacent to Shirlington in the southernmost part of the county on the boundary with the City of Alexandria. Fairlington is popular with commuters because of its close proximity to I-395, Shirlington and Ronald Reagan National Airport.
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Lyon Park

Lyon Park can be reached from the Clarendon Metro stop on the Orange and Silver lines. Shopping and restaurants in Lyon Park is bisected by Washington Boulevard, a major thoroughfare that cuts through the neighborhood.
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Lyon Village

Lyon Village is tucked inside a curve of I-66 and is bordered by Lee Highway on the north, Kirkwood Road on the west, Wilson Boulevard on the south and North Veitch Street on the east. Lyon Village has access to both the Court House and Clarendon Metro stations.
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Madison Manor

Madison Manor is located near to Arlington’s western tip. The neighborhood includes the Madison Manor park on 12th Rd N adjoining the Four Mile run trail, with jungle gyms, basketball, tennis court, baseball and soccer fields. Madison Manor is bounded by McKinley Road, Rt. 66 and the Four Mile Run and the Washington & Old Dominion (W&OD)/Four Mile Run multi-purpose trail, Roosevelt Street, and the Arlington County line.
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Old Town Alexandria

Old Town Alexandria is on the Potomac River and the heart of the city George Washington called home. Local boutiques, award-winning restaurants and impressive arts and culture are all nestled within a landscape of colonial-era architecture and cobblestone streets. The King Street Metro station, on the Blue and Yellow lines, is about a 25-minute walk from the waterfront.
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The historic district of Rossmont is in between both Del Ray and Old Town Alexandria. Rosemont is bounded by King Street to the south and west and W. Braddock Road and Russell Road to the north and east. The neighborhood has access to both the King Street and Braddock Metro stations.
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Shirlington is one of Arlington’s favorite walkable communities with a great selection of restaurants, entertainment and pet friendly locations. Shirlington is home to the popular Signature Theater and the Shirlington Dog Park.
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Tara-Leeway Heights

The Tara-Leeway Heights neighborhood in Arlington, VA is actually 2 legal neighborhoods that joined forces to form 1 neighborhood and Civic Association. Tara-Leeway Heights is bounded by N George Mason Dr to the north and east, Washington Blvd to the south, and N Lexington St to the west.
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Williamsburg is bordered roughly by the Fairfax County line to the northwest, North Kensington Street to the northeast, and 27th Street North, North Sycamore Street and North Trinidad Street to the south. The closest Metro station is East Falls Church, on the Orange and Silver lines.
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Yorktown is bounded roughly by Lee Highway on the south, North Jefferson Street to the west, Little Falls Road and Rock Spring Road to the north and Old Dominion Drive to the east. The closest Metro stop is the East Falls Church station on the Orange and Silver lines, which is approximately 1.5 miles from the Lee Harrison Shopping Center.
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