Boulevard Manor is bounded by Wilson Boulevard on the north, Arlington Boulevard on the south, Four Mile Run on the east, and the Arlington County line to Upton Hill Regional Park on the west. Much of the community was developed from land owned by the Reeves family, and it originated as part of two land grants from the colonial era: one to Thomas Pearson in 1707 of 660 acres and the other to John Ball in 1742 of 166 acres. Most of our community lies within the Pearson grant which ran from what is now Arlington Blvd and N Manchester St to Four Mile Run, northwest to Patrick Henry Drive and I-66, and south through Upton Hill Regional Park to Arlington Blvd. Any land on the east side of the line between N Manchester St and Four Mile Run lay in the John Ball grant which included Glencarlyn.
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