Nestled between the Clarendon and Lyon Park neighborhoods, the Townes of Lyon Park is a close-knit townhome community consisting of sixteen colonial-style residences with brick exterior and classic brass appointments.
These three-level townhomes were built in 1994 and have 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths with sizes ranging from 1880 to 2380 square feet of living space. Most of the homes have undergone renovations over the years to include granite surfaces in the bathrooms and kitchens as well as the latest tile and modern fixtures. Each home has a 1-car garage and some even have a deck on the upper level and a walkout to a private backyard with flagstone patio.
Located off Washington Boulevard on the 900 Block of N. Fillmore and N. Garfield Street in Arlington, the Townes of Lyon Park is conveniently near various urban amenities including shops, restaurants, and entertainment. There’s Market Common Clarendon (an outdoor shopping mall with a water fountain and offers a variety of stores and casual dining options) and Arlington Courthouse Plz 1&2 ( a mixed-use development with offices, eateries, shops, and a movie theater) within walking distance. Residents buy their groceries at nearby Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, and Giant Food. Arlington Farmer’s Market is also nearby with some fresh vegetables and fruits.
Residents who love the outdoors at The Townes of Lyon Park can go to Henry Clay Park (a one-acre community park with a gazebo, playground, a basketball court, and grassy areas), Barton Park (features a healing rock garden, labyrinth, gazebo, and open green space), or Quincy Park (a city park with baseball fields, basketball, volleyball, & tennis courts, playground and covered picnic areas).
Students living at The Townes of Lyon Park attend Long Branch Elementary, Thomas Jefferson, and Washington-Liberty High School. The community is only a few blocks from Clarendon Metro, which makes it easy to commute to Downtown DC and various parts of northern Virginia.