Ashton Heights

More and more new homes are popping up in Ashton Heights as developers rediscover all that the neighborhood has to offer. With a mix of both old and new, Ashton Heights seems to tick off all the boxes for prospective homebuyers and developers, alike.

In the early 1900s the area was mostly just farmland. Homes began going up when the trolley system expanded. Flash forward to the 1980s, and the area saw another boom in development when the Metro further improved transportation options in the area.  Read more about Ashton Heights real estate.

Ashton Heights Homes For Sale November 28, 2021
1
Listed
23
Avg. DOM
$320.24
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,345,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$1,345,000
Subdivision: Ashton Heights
7
Beds
5
Baths
4,200
Sq.Ft.
1940
Year Built
25
Days on Site
VAAR2007012
MLS
Fantastic opportunity! Don't miss out. .. This stately expanded pre-World War II solid brick colonial is a one of a kind multi-functional property. Over the past 25 years, the home has seen close to...

More About Ashton Heights Real Estate

Ashton Heights Location

These days, the quiet, friendly community of Ashton Heights still boasts several advantages, beginning with its location. Extremely close to some of DC’s Orange Line neighborhoods, living in Ashton Heights means easy access to nearby transportation, including the Ballston-MU Metro Station and the Clarendon Metro stop.

Major roadways also border the neighborhood on three sides, making it possible to travel more easily by private vehicle. In addition, cyclists and pedestrians find that Ashton Heights is relatively simple to get around.

Yet another advantage has to do with nearby amenities. Some retailers and restaurants in Clarendon sit within walking distance of Ashton Heights. A Whole Foods Market and a Trader’s Joe’s are both nearby.

Ashton Heights Housing

Another big advantage of Ashton Heights is that homes in the area appreciate well and tend to hold their value. Made up of hundreds of homes and properties, Ashton Heights sits on the National Register of Historic Places.

Notable properties in the protected district include examples of Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, Cape Cod and Colonial Revival architecture. A majority of older homes in Ashton Heights were built between the 1920s and mid 1940s.

Although many of these homes still stand, some older homes in Ashton Heights have since been replaced by larger, newer construction designs. Many find it appealing to enjoy a new construction home in a more established setting.