Beverly Hills is a community of single family houses and townhouses located in West Alexandria just off I-395. Continue reading
A community with two distinct names, Halls Hill/High View Park’s development can be traced back to the 1880s when the land consisted of sprawling farmland owned by Basil Hall. He sold most of his land to his freed slaves after the Civil War.
Brookland Estates is a neighborhood in Fairfax County, Virginia. Brookland Estates is located just outside the Beltway (I-495) at the Van Dorn exit in close proximity to the Van Dorn Metro station. Brookland Estates mostly features midsize homes that are competitively priced. This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Alexandria area. Continue reading
Douglas Park is an expansive neighborhood in South Arlington bounded by Columbia Pike to the north, S. Walter Reed Drive to the east, S. Four Mile Run Drive to the west and the intersection of these two roads to the south.
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.
Bren Mar Park is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia. Bren Mar Park is located inside the Capital Beltway between the western border of the City of Alexandria and in close proximity to major interstate highways; I-95, I-395, and I-495. Bren Mar Park is only minutes from the Van Dorn Metro Station, Landmark Mall, and Kingstown. Continue reading
Home to the historic Air Force Memorial, Foxcroft Heights is a small and diverse community located west of the Potomac River in Arlington, VA.
Glencarlyn is one of Arlington’s oldest and most stable residential neighborhood. Established in 1887, it is bordered by Arlington Boulevard(Route 50) to the north, Carlin Springs Road to the west, Branch stream Valley to the south, and Glen Park to the east.
The one thing that set Rock Springs apart from other neighborhoods in Arlington County is that it is entirely comprised of single-family homes. The homes are mostly occupied by owners with a few rentals here and there.
Penrose is a residential neighborhood located roughly three miles from Washington, DC. It is bounded by Route 50, Washington Blvd, Walter Reed Drive/Fillmore Street, and Columbia Pike.