The Golf Club Manor neighborhood of North Arlington Virginia is a subdivision of about 300 homes located just on the border to McLean, Virginia. Lots are about a quarter of an acre, homes are spacious and most of them built in the mid-1960’s with styles ranging from ramblers to split foyers and split levels to colonials. It’s a very quick drive across the Chain Bridge into Georgetown and NW DC, making for an easy commute into Bethesda, DC or other parts of Northern Virginia. Golf Club Manor is a very desirable neighborhood because of these factors. Compared to a small Cape Cod style house in other neighborhoods, you get a whole lotta house for the money in Golf Club Manor.
Originally developed in the 1950′s, Golf Club Manor features a variety of home styles including ramblers, split-levels, and colonials sitting on 1/4 acre home sites. In recent years, Golf Club Manor has attracted upper end new construction.
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