Berkshire Oakwood covers most of the Northwestern portion of Arlington County, including both zip codes 22207 and 22213. Homes in the Berkshire Oakwood neighborhood of North Arlington are generally within walking distance to East Falls Church metro. Tuckahoe Elementary School and Park, and Nottingham Elementary School and the neighborhood elementary schools for homes in Berkshire Oakwood — each part of the Yorktown High School pyramid.
Other neighborhood amenities include the Lee Community Center, numerous bike trails along the W&OD trail, the Williamsburg Shopping Center, and the Lee-Harrison Shopping Center. The neighborhood surrounding the East Falls metro stop is currently under consideration for major renovation to be “another Clarendon.”
Furthermore, the section of Sycamore Street spanning 26th Street N to Williamsburg Boulevard will be improved to provide a more “boulevard” feel over the next year. Arlington County unanimously approved the allocation of over $500,000 to broaden the median, reduce traffic lanes down to one direction each way, retain the bike path and street parking, and provide for improved crossing at intersections.
Residents of Berkshire Oakwood enjoy easy access to Downtown DC via either metro or a short drive on Interstate 66, can easily reach Falls Church City and McLean in Fairfax County, and all suburban destinations via Washington Boulevard, Lee Highway and I-66.
For all of the reasons above, real estate activity in Berkshire Oakwood is consistently strong. Home styles in this neighborhood include colonials, ramblers and cape cods. Many ramblers have been razed for new construction. Tax records indicate that there are about 1700 homes in this neighborhood, making it the largest section of North Arlington.
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