Live near Court House Metro and the Arlington County Courthouse in Arlington VA
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"Court House" Metro station is located at the Arlington County "Courthouse". The area surrounding the courthouse is commonly called Court House owing the station here on the Orange Line. Like other stops on the Orange Line between Rosslyn and Ballston, Court House Metro Station is below ground, mostly below Wilson Boulevard.
Immediately surrounding the courthouse at Court House, there are a number of restaurants and shops, and a movie theater. The Arlington campus of Strayer University is right above the Metro station, making easily accessible to students across the DC metro area. High-rises, both residential and commercial, dominate the skyline near the metro, but just few blocks away one will find garden-style homes and single family homes. Verizon has a large employer headquartered here in Court House.
The Arlington County Courthouse contains the jail, police headquarters, and the Government Administrative Complex. Court House also holds it's place in history. The Union seized the area in 1861 during the Civil War. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fort Woodbury once called Courthouse it's home, and today the fort's location has been replaced by the residences at Woodbury Heights.
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Our Realtors never determine the asking price – the seller does. We can provide Realtor advice, but the seller makes the final decision. This not only applies to the list (asking) price, but it especially applies to the selling price. By the same token, we cannot control the offer price. We can only present the offers that are actually made. None-the-less, if the seller does things right and takes each step by step, together we’ll set a listing price in the right area and have no problems selling your property.