Cherrydale is a close-knit neighborhood in northern Arlington, VA. It is bounded by the intersection of Interstate 66 on the east, N. Utah Street on the west, I-66 to the south, and Old Dominion Drive to the north.
Established in 1893, Cherrydale is on the National Register of Historic Places and gets its name from Cherry Orchard that was once located behind the Cherrydale firehouse on Lee Highway. Cherrydale neighborhood mostly boasts of single-family homes dating back to the early 1900s with a range in style including bungalows, Cape Cods, Craftsman, Queen Anne, and some ramblers. There are also a few newly constructed townhomes and condominiums thrown into the mix.
Cherrydale is conveniently located within a walking distance of various modern amenities including shops, stores, restaurants, and the Ballston and Virginia Metro stations which provide easy access to Washington DC. For recreation activities, residents go to Woodstock and Quincy Park and take strolls along the Custis Trail. The neighborhood is served by Taylor Elementary School, Swanson Middle School, and Washington-Lee High School.
Properties in Cherrydale