Welcome to North Arlington
Just minutes away from Washington DC, North Arlington allows you to get away from the bustle of a big city while still enjoying all its amenities. Whether you prefer to live in charming urban villages or the sprawling green spaces of the suburbs, there is a home for you in this thriving location in big demand.
Schools in North Arlington are well-known for their high standards and are considered some of the best in the DC area. The public transportation system is phenomenal and many of the areas are completely walkable. As for dining, the diverse, well-educated population has led to an abundance of ethnic restaurants to suit every taste. With a combination of local boutiques, brand-name shops, and big-name department stores, shopping in North Arlington has something for every style and budget.
Your New Neighbors
Your neighbors in North Arlington will be affluent families and single working professionals.
What You Will Love
Virginians love dogs and Arlington shows it, there are eight different off-leash dog parks in the County, each equipped with dog fountains to keep your pooch well hydrated and light fixtures for your evening strolls.
Market Common Clarendon is a recreational entertainment center for every member of the family. A shopper’s utopia, foodie’s dream, and walker’s heaven – this outdoor shopping center surrounds The Loop, an open green space with a playground, benches, and two gazebos that present performances throughout the year.
Visiting the Kettler Capitals Iceplex where you can watch the Washington Capitals NHL team practice on the highest ice rink above street level in the United States.
Inspired by the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II, North Arlington is home to the Iwo Jima Memorial which is dedicated to all the U.S. Marine Corps who have died in defense of our nation since 1775.
North Arlington has many neighborhoods where you can find detached single-family homes, townhouses, and upscale mansions. Around metro stations, you will find high-rise condominiums surrounded by single-family homes. Older properties are also being torn down to build larger homes.