yellow flowersAlcova Heights, named by a real estate developer in the early 1920s, is home to 1,900 persons living in 745 households. Situated near the center of Arlington, the neighborhood is bounded by four of Arlington’s major thoroughfares: Arlington Boulevard (Route 50), S. Glebe Road, Columbia Pike and S. George Mason Drive.  Most of the neighborhood is zoned for residential housing and largely consists of single-family homes and other low-density housing. The neighborhood, with its businesses, churches, fire station and three parks and recreation areas, has a small-town feel. It boasts historical buildings such as Arlington Hall and Alcova House, a pre-Civil War structure.

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July 28, 2020

All real estate is LOCAL

Location, location, location!  Just as important today as it ever was.  So when selling your home, you should not only promote the wonderful features of the home, but should also leverage all of the terrific things about your neighborhood!  There […]
January 22, 2020

4 Critical Staging Areas when Selling a House

Sellers have 4 main areas to focus on when prepping their homes for the market: curb appeal entry kitchens bathrooms CURB APPEAL: this is fairly obvious, you want people to get out of their cars and into your home.  Please […]

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