Clarendon Arlington VA Homes For Sale
Clarendon Listing Summary
As of April 23, 2017 there are 6 active residences for sale in the Arlington VA Clarendon neighborhood with an average list price of $909,133. The least expensive listing is $460,000, while the most expensive is $2,099,900. These Clarendon homes have an average of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,510 square feet of living space.
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Clarendon Real Estate Market
Located minutes away from the nation's capital, Clarendon is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Northern Virginia for people on-the-go. Clarendon is a convenient three metro-stop journey into the city, making access fast and easy for commuters, shoppers and culture vultures. The Clarendon real estate market in Arlington offers a wide range of choices, from spectacular downtown condominiums and townhomes to single family homes in lovely tree-lined streets. Prospective buyers will find Clarendon homes & condos provide superlative housing in an exciting neighborhood.
From an abundance of historic colonial-style single-family homes with all the charm and elegance buyers desire, to the towering new construction condo buildings, the Clarendon neighborhood has plenty of housing options for today’s home buyers. Large multi-unit apartment and condo buildings are generally situated in the center of the neighborhood, while historic bungalows, Cape Cod, and brick colonials dominate Clarendon’s north and south sides.
Clarendon Community Information
Despite its proximity to Washington DC, there's really never a need to leave Clarendon. This urban village community, like its neighbor Ballston, is known for its incredible array of diverse dining and entertainment options and is considered to be the heart of the Arlington social scene. Residents can walk to shops, restaurants, farmers markets and parks, further adding to Clarendon's obvious and growing appeal.
Living in Clarendon - Arlington VA
Arts, entertainment, shopping, dining and ample public transportation options help make Clarendon homes and condos popular, especially for buyers in search of a somewhat urban lifestyle with a little taste of suburbia. Whole Foods, Starbucks, and various other national retailers and suburban-like amenities have a strong presence in Clarendon, but the area’s strong walkability and authentic mix of boutique shops and high quality restaurants help give the area much more of an urban vibe than the typical Virginia suburb.
Clarendon Location & Transportation
Clarendon is ideally located for many who commute to downtown D.C. each day. Transportation to Washington D.C. is a breeze from Clarendon, with two separate Metro stations located almost directly in the center of the neighborhood. Highway 50 also conveniently runs alongside the neighborhood’s southeast corner, which directly connects to Interstate 66 at Memorial Bridge.
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Listing information last updated on April 23rd, 2017 at 7:32pm EDT.