Skyline of Clarendon and Court House neighborhoods in North Arlington.
  • Virginia
    North Arlington

    North Arlington, just across the Potomac from Washington, was originally part of the 10-mile square surveyed in 1791 for the District of Columbia, and was actually a part of the District from 1801 to 1847. However, residents convinced Congress to cede the land (then known as Alexandria County) to Virginia. Connected to D.C. by five bridges, Arlington has spectacular waterfront views. Housing in North Arlington ranges from high-rise condo buildings to 1950s postwar modern homes and contemporary mansions built in the past few years. A lively nightlife is another highlight of this area, from bars and clubs featuring live music to a wide range of ethnic restaurants.


    • Population 25,000
    • Median Home Price $1,200,000
    • Median Age 35
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    Notable Schools

    • Elementary (PK-5) Jamestown Elementary School
    • Middle (6-8) Williamsburg Middle School
    • High (9-12) Yorktown High School

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    Explore Homes in North Arlington

    • Lower Market Wilson Blvd

      BR 2.0

      BA 2.0

      SQ FT 1130

      Built 2008

    • Mid Market N Oakland St

      BR 3.0

      BA 3.0

      SQ FT 2400

      Built 1950

    • Upper Market 40th St N

      BR 6.0

      BA 6.5

      SQ FT 6750

      Built 2020

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