Where Is Foxcroft Heights?

Home to the historic Air Force Memorial, Foxcroft Heights is a small and diverse community located west of the Potomac River in Arlington, VA.

Foxcroft Heights is a mostly residential neighborhood with around 95 homes, two 16-unit apartment buildings, and a small park. The homes in Foxcroft Heights are mostly row homes but you are also likely to find some single-family homes. Despite Foxcroft Heights being a tiny neighborhood, most investors and homebuyers like it because of its close proximity to downtown DC and the Metro.

Foxcroft Heights neighborhood is conveniently surrounded by Columbia Pike to the south, Arlington Cemetery to the North, Penrose to the west, and Pentagon to the east. It is a short drive to downtown Washington DC meaning that the residents can enjoy all the nightlife and entertainment options easily. Also, Pentagon Row and Fashion Center at Pentagon City provides a variety of shopping and dining options for the residents to enjoy.

For outdoor activities, residents of Foxcroft Heights have Towers Park, a 4-acre park that features a playground, four lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, a community garden and a lighted dog park, which is located just west of the neighborhood. Arlington Cemetery is also close by and is mostly visited by both the locals and tourists.

Students at Foxcroft Heights attend Henry and Long Branch Elementary Schools, Jefferson Middle School, and Wakefield High School.

Properties in Foxcroft Heights

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