Looking For Garden-Style Condos In Arlington? Consider George Mason Village

George Mason Village is a contemporary garden-style condo complex located on South George Mason Drive in Arlington’s Columbia Forest neighborhood.

Garden-style condos in Arlington

Developed in the early 1960s, the community features a cluster of 5 buildings with a total of 163 units in one and two-bedroom floorplans ranging in size from 687 square feet to 844 square feet of living space. The condos come with large family rooms, a separate dining area, large walk-in closets, and private balconies.

Residents at George Mason Village enjoy amenities such as:

  • A swimming pool
  • A playground
  • Barbeque areas
  • Jogging and walking paths
  • Common laundry facility
  • Assigned off-street parking
  • Extra storage

George Mason Village is near various urban conveniences including shops, restaurants, and entertainment. It is within walking distance to the Shoppes at Baileys Crossroads, Leesburg Pike Plaza, and a short trip to Fashion Center at Pentagon City. Residents buy their groceries at nearby Safeway, Harris Teeter, Food Star Supermarket, or Giant Foods, and fresh produce from Pike Park Farmers Market. The complex is surrounded by lush areas of greenery and trees and sits directly at the edge of Doctors Run and Barcroft Park(with its sports and fitness center). The Army-Navy Country Club is also a few minutes away.

George Mason Village is also very convenient for commuters since it is very close to Interstate 395 and 66, Washington DC, Pentagon, and Shirlington. It is also just steps from several bus routes including Columbia Pike, Route 50, and Arlington Boulevard.

Students living at George Mason Village attend Randolph Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Middle, and Wakefield High School.

Properties in George Mason Village

1525 S George Mason Dr #10
1525 S George Mason Dr #10 $205,000 SOLD!

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