Spy Hill Boulevard Manor is a small and quiet neighborhood located just off of Arlington Boulevard and about half a mile east of Seven Corners in Arlington, VA.
Once a wooded hillside owned by the Reeves family, the Spy Hill Boulevard Manor neighborhood now comprises of North First, North Second and North Liberty streets and four houses on North Nottingham Street. The neighborhood got its name from the scouting activities in the area by the Confederate troops during the Civil War.
Most residences in Spy Hill Boulevard Manor were built in the 1950s and 1960s and mostly comprise of Ramblers, Split Level, and a few Colonial. The homes there mostly have four or five bedrooms with 3 1/2 baths, a large family room, and a smaller living room.
Spy Hill Boulevard Manor neighborhood is close to various amenities such as the Upton Hill Regional Park which provides a mini-golf course, a batting cage, a swimming pool, grilling stations, horseshoes, and a walking path for individuals to enjoy. It is near the Seven Corners Shopping Center, Bluemont Park, and W&OD Trail.
Residents of Spy Hill Boulevard Manor are served by Ashlawn Elementary School, Kenmore Middle, and Washington-Liberty High school.