Homes For Sale in Arlington County, VA
Arlington County, VA Real Estate
Guide to Homes for Sale in Arlington, VA
Set just a stone's throw from Washington, DC, Arlington is a haven of culture, diversity, sumptuous cuisines, thriving outdoor spaces and education that's among the highest-rated in the United States.
Arlington, Virginia History
Once part of the Colony of Virginia and granted by Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, the area is named for Henry Bennet, the 1st Earl of Arlington, who owned a plantation along the banks of the Potomac River. Washington Park Custis, Martha Washington's grandson, bought the plantation in 1802 and eventually passed it to his sister, Mary Anna Custis Lee, who was married to Confederate General Robert E. Lee (whose home, Arlington House, still stands atop a hill overlooking the city and is now the grounds on which Arlington Cemetery is sited).
Now, more than a century later, Arlington is a perfect marriage of rich history and cosmopolitan living. Home to more than 200,000 people and 42,000 families, Arlington is home to a cavalcade of characters. Residents live seamlessly amongst notable folks like Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine (who are brother and sister, in case you didn't know), Sandra Bullock, Katie Couric, Roberta Flack, and Zac Hanson.
Homes for Sale in Arlington, VA
Whether you're looking for a more urban vibe and prefer the condos and apartments of Ballston and Courthouse, or you're style is more in keeping with the small neighborhood feel of the tree-lined streets of Fairlington, the laid-back feel of Lower Arlington or the single-family homes of North Arlington, this is a place that's home to whatever kind of home you're looking for.
Things to See and Do in Arlington
Home to more than 150 parks, there are vast expanses of outdoor space where you can do anything from throwing a Frisbee, playing a game of catch, or simply lazing along verdant lawns and forgetting your cares for a while.
Visitors from all over the world flock to Arlington National Cemetery to pay tribute to America’s fallen heroes. Here they can visit the Eternal Flame, the site of John F. Kennedy's grave, as well as the Tomb of the Unknowns and its stalwart guards from the Army's 3rd Infantry. History buffs also love visiting U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial, more commonly known as the Iwo Jima Memorial and its tribute to Marines who have laid down their lives defending our nation's flag, or the Air Force Memorial, which is one of Arlington's most spectacular sights at night.
Arlington offers many ways for residents to broaden their cultural horizons at the Synetic or Signature Theatres, where they can take in everything from the plays of Shakespeare to lush, modern musicals. Grabbing a bite to eat before the show is not problem-- there are so many great restaurants in town that you could quite literally eat out a new spot every day for a year and never visit the same place twice.
Getting Around Arlington
With easy access to both the Orange (which serves Ballston, Virginia Square, Courthouse, and Rosslyn) and Blue (which serves Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon City) Lines of the Washington Metro system, commuting anywhere around the region is a snap. For residents who prefer to drive, I-495 is close by.. If you'd rather embrace a "green" approach and walk or ride a bike, Arlington has miles of paths and byways for your feet and your wheels.
Coming home to Arlington, VA
No matter your income, no matter your lifestyle, Arlington has the home for you. From apartments and condos, townhomes, or spacious single-family homes, there's a neighborhood in Arlington for just about everyone.
Arlington Real Estate Blog
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Real Estate Market Stats
Basic Stats Overview
Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Last Updated: 12/9/2018
|Homes for Sale||286||-55.9%|
|Solds: 90 Day||519||-43.7%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||98.67%||-0.2%|
|90 Day Sold||$673,421||+4.3%|
|90 Day Sold||$555,000||-4.6%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||55.85||+41.0%|
|Homes for Sale||133||-27.8%|
|Solds: 90 Day||189||-45.0%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||98.81%||-0.1%|
|90 Day Sold||$1,039,268||+8.9%|
|90 Day Sold||$902,000||+7.7%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||54.20||+39.9%|
|Homes for Sale||25||-84.0%|
|Solds: 90 Day||93||-49.5%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||99.36%||-0.3%|
|90 Day Sold||$630,915||+10.5%|
|90 Day Sold||$524,900||+3.8%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||49.69||+50.9%|
|Homes for Sale||128||-79.7%|
|Solds: 90 Day||237||-40.5%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||97.98%||-0.5%|
|90 Day Sold||$398,348||-7.8%|
|90 Day Sold||$365,000||+0.8%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||59.59||+38.1%|
What does the most expensive home in Homes for Sale in Arlington, VA look like?
1881 N NASH ST #TS01, ARLINGTON, VA 22209
How about the least expensive?
1011 ARLINGTON BLVD #WP-261, ARLINGTON, VA 22209
1555 COLONIAL TER #501, ARLINGTON, VA 22209