Clarendon-Courthouse is considered to offer the most diversity of any of Arlington’s “urban villages.” It is a well-appointed neighborhood practically within walking distance of Washington, DC. You can find many county buildings in this neighborhood, a movie theater, great bars, good restaurants, and shopping. The neighborhood comprises many apartment buildings and single-family homes, too but is also home to many trails and parks that you would typically find further away from the city.
This neighborhood is within walking distance to the Clarendon Metro and offers many other ways to get around, including access to a bike share and public buses. This is the perfect location for anyone looking to be close to Washington DC. Some of the favorite local hangouts include Minh’s, Earl’s, Ray’s the Steaks, Four Courts, Brooklyn Bagel, Java Shack, AMC Courthouse Plaza Movie Theater, and the Arlington Farmer’s Market.
The borders of this neighborhood are hard to define, but generally border Lee Highway to the north, Kirkwood Road and Irving Street to the West and Route 50 to the south and southeast, and Barton and Veitch to the east. The housing stock in the neighborhood offers a bit of everything. In the heart of this community, you’ll find substantial apartment buildings, while single-family homes are located in the areas north and south of the center. Single-family homes consist of bungalows, Cape Cods, brick and stone colonials, new homes, and Tudors.
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