What an amazing place to live. In Arlington, you will enjoy the historical past of the city mixed with the unique culture that has thrived here. This is one of the few places in the country where older homes mix in seamlessly with new construction. You will find many distinct communities in Arlington each with their own personality. Along the sought-after Metro corridor in Arlington you will find condos, townhomes and single family homes of all ages and styles, one just right for you.
You're sure to find a home in a neighborhood you'll feel at ease in. Since the population is constantly moving and the city is always changing, there is always an excellent opportunity to be found on a new townhome or a historic property. Whether you're a local enjoying the nightlife, or a tourist out to experience one of our nation’s treasures, you can find a mix of recreation and education in Arlington.
Arlington didn't become one of the most educated counties in the country by having poor local schools. Governed by the Arlington Public Schools District, Arlington schools have set visionary standards. Arlington schools endeavor to present their students with a quality education in a sound and nurturing atmosphere. Arlington Public Schools District believes in joining with parents and the community to help in the development of character and in educational aptitude.
The hope of Arlington schools is to develop effective members of society who vitally impact a global community. Invest in a promising education by looking into Arlington homes for sale. The excellence of the education available in our local schools adds to the value of property in Arlington. You can take a look at our featured listings to see what’s available in an Arlington neighborhood. If you're looking to sell your home, you can use this website to find out what else can add to your home’s value.
As one of the oldest cities in our nation, Arlington has little bits of history all around. You will find iconic statues and buildings such as the Pentagon, the Iwo Jima Memorial and the Arlington Cemetery scattered throughout Arlington. Of course, the natural land offers many recreational activities as you picnic, boat and hike around the Potomac River. There are endless sources of fun you'll find just walking around town. Find out why Arlington is known for being where fun and history merge.
The Arlington Arts Center is on the Metro Line and hosts classes and exhibits year-round. Check out all the activities. Although it has moved a short distance to Washington, DC, find out all about journalism through the popular Newseum. Then check out the new Artisphere that took over the space where the Newseum used to be located. Visual arts, theatre, music, dance, literary arts, the new Artisphere has it all.
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