Initially, Arlington Heights residential neighborhood was a farming community until it was formed from the integration of twenty-five subdivisions around 1909-1978. It is bounded by Arlington Boulevard, South Fillmore Street, South Walter Reed Drive, Columbia Pike, and South Glebe Road. While primarily a single-family residential neighborhood, Arlington Heights also consists of garden apartments, one high-rise residential apartment, a commercial building, a synagogue, a parsonage, a middle school with a community center and two landscaped parks. The residences at Arlington Heights reflect a variety of architectural styles including Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and Craftsman. Most homes at Arlington Heights are set back from the road by wide sidewalks and many streets are lined by mature shade trees. There are various amenities available in Arlington Heights for the residents to enjoy. These include Arlington Heights Cinema and Draft House, Columbia Pike Branch Library, a Community Center, and 7-Eleven. Parks around Arlington Heights neighborhood include Arlington Calisthenics Park, Butler Holmes Park, and Penrose Park. Students living at Arlington Heights attend Patrick Henry Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Middle, and Arlington Community High School.
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