Arlington Village is a townhome condominium community located on 42 acres in Arlington, Virginia, just off Columbia Pike and within minutes of Washington, DC. Established in 1981, Arlington Village Townhouse Condominium is comprised of 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom townhomes.
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$384,000 – 2 bed – 1 bath – 0 half-bath – Arlington VA
Will Nesbitt is an expert on Arlington real estate and Arlington Village is a great place to put that expertise to work. The Median Age of homes in Arlington Village is 78 years old. This others is advertised for sale at 2700 13th Rd S #507 for only $399,997.
ABR is short for Accredited Buyer Representative. The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is designed for real estate buyer agents who focus on working directly with buyer-clients. When you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative you know that your rights are represented by a professional agent who is trained and experienced in handling the needs of buyers. There are four requirements which a real estate agent must meet to attain and use the ABR® designation:
Previous and documented experience representing the needs of buyers and experience actually closing real estate sales.
Successful completion the Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) Designation Course.
Successful completion of one of the ABR® elective courses.
Membership in good standing in the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC) and the National Association of REALTORS®.
Arlington is an urban county of about 26 square miles located directly across the Potomac River from Washington DC. Arlington is nationally known for the serenity of Arlington National Cemetery, but is locally known as a center of urban living in Northern Virginia.
More about Arlington VA
Arlington’s central location in the Washington DC metropolitan area, its ease of access by car and public transportation, and its highly skilled labor force have attracted an increasingly varied residential and commercial mix. Arlington’s planners have focused on a smart design which focuses neighborhoods with the highest density along the Orange Line of the Metro. Some of Arlington’s most upscale high-rises and sought after addresses are within a block or two of a Metro station.
But as you work away from the metro, high-rises give way to townhomes and then older neighborhoods like Lyon Park feature stately older single family residences on tree-lined streets.
Arlington has a number of prominent urban villages such as Rosslyn and Crystal City on the metro and Shirlington just off I-395. Arlington County is home to the Pentagon, Fort Myer and lies in very close proximity to numerous employment centers.
Arlington Village in Arlington VA is popular because it offers beautiful condos at affordable prices (less than $400,000 each), plus it is on key location close to Pentagon, DC, Columbia Pk and more.
Arlington Village condos were built in 1939and they are served by Patrick Henry Elementary School, Jefferson Middle School and Wakefield High School.
Properties in Arlington Village
$324,900 - 2600 16th St S #685
Recently upgraded beautiful condo in an incredible location in Arlington! The condo is designed with the most latest trends from white cabinets, floating wood shelves, wide planked wood floors, matte black finishes and a matching bath to boot. The den is the perfect office space, tons of light and overlooks the courtyard. To maximize space, there is an LG combo washer/dryer. Priced to sell, must see! Condo fee will come back down in the mid $400s/mo in a year or two due to condo assoc. paying for some structural work.
Condos at Arlington Village in Arlington VA are only minutes away from Pentagon and DC. Moreover, they are at walking distance to Columbia Pike shops and restaurants. Community offers pool and tennis court as well.
Arlington Village was founded in 1939 and properties there cost between $298,000 and $350,000. Finally, the community is served by Patrick Henry Elementary School, Jefferson Middle School and Wakefield High School.