Chain Bridge Forest is a community of single family homes in both Arlington and McLean, Virginia.  Most homes were built in the 1960′s and sit on home sites of 1/3 of an acre in size.  The Chain Bridge community features a variety of architectural styles ranging from contemporary, rambler, spanish, tudor, and traditional colonial.  It’s not uncommon to see a traditional rambler next to a mini European-styled villa.

The Chain Bridge Forest community straddles the line with Arlington and Fairfax County.  One part of the community’s 220 single family homes sits in Arlington County, and another part is in Fairfax County.  At one time, all of the Chain Bridge Forest community had an Arlington zip code but that changed in 1992.  Some residents convinced Fairfax County to give a McLean zip code to the portions of the community not in Arlington County.

Some homes backup to the Fort Marcy Park near the George Washington Memorial Parkway.  The Chain Bridge Forest community offers a quiet setting with easy access to Washington, DC.

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November 2, 2019

How to achieve Best Results when selling Your Property in Arlington, VA

Here’s a terrific case study of how to achieve the best sales price possible.  First we priced at $965,000 based on recent sales comps, so that we could be sure the property would appraise and knowing that we could generate […]
November 1, 2019

Third Quarter 2019 real estate market update for Arlington VA and surrounding DC area

While real estate is hyper-local and each area experiences its own ebbs and flows, a number of trends still affect the market as a whole. Throughout the third quarter of 2019, inventory challenges and declining mortgage rates certainly remained a […]

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