Arlington VA Real Estate & Information

Arlington VA Real Estate & Information

Located directly across the Potomac River from Washington D.C., Arlington County is home to roughly 210,000 people.  Its rich history, diverse communities and vibrant economy make for a quality of life that most counties can’t boast.  Its proximity and commerce relationship to the nation’s capital only enhances the already viable real estate of Arlington.

Shopping and Dining
With a number of indoor shopping malls, farmers markets, old-style European markets and hundreds of boutiques and antique stores, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in Arlington County.  Ballston Common is a popular retreat for the shopping enthusiast, with over 100 unique shops, a multiplex theater and state-of-the-art design.  Arlington has over 400 restaurants of every shape, size, and culinary style to fit any pallet or budget.

Parks and Recreation
Arlington is a great place to live whether you are looking for fun, relaxation or even cultural enlightenment.  With over 1,100 acres of parks and nature trails for the outdoor enthusiast and playgrounds in nearly every neighborhood for families, everyone can find a way to enjoy Arlington for free.  Thanks to a passionate county historic preservation staff, there is a large and growing list of properties in Arlington that are on the National Register of Historic Places.  The Arlington History Society has information on countless places to visit and living history to experience.  The Arlington Arts page keeps residents abreast of everything going on in the arts and culture scene, with enough theatre, dance, cinema and exhibits to keep your calendar full every month.

Living
The health of small businesses and the local economy is something Arlington County is proud to support.  Founded in 1924, the non-profit Arlington Chamber of Commerce is made up of hundreds of volunteers from the businesses sector, deeply vested in the prosperity and well being of the community.  With its consistently low crime rate, the economic benefits of its proximity to Washington D.C. and a community of entrepreneurs, public officials, and citizens invested in making it a place worth living in, Arlington County is the kind of place you’ll be proud to call home.

Schools, Health, Transportation
Operating more than 30 schools and programs, with a student population from 127 countries, speaking 105 different languages, Arlington Public Schools is committed to the idea that a strong democracy begins with a solid and diverse education.  Arlington students consistently score well above state and national averages on standardized tests and the high school graduation rate exceeds 90 percent, with most graduates going on to postsecondary education.  Arlington is serviced by the Virginia Hospital Center.  This teaching hospital, long-associated with Georgetown University's School of Medicine, has been providing Arlington residents with comprehensive care for over 60 years.  Arlington Transit (ART) supplements the Washington Metropolitan Area Metrobus with more local bus service, providing access to Metrorail and Virginia Railway Express.  Most of the buses run on clean-burning natural gas, providing a convenient and sustainable ride to anywhere you want to go.

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Reality Realty Professionals, LLC,
Sam Cachola Broker/Owner
44 Mine Rd Suite 2-169
Stafford VA 22554
Cell: 703.785.1158
Office: 540.628.0028
Fax: 703.842.8005