Aurora Highlands

With the enjoyment of a small-town vibe and the convenience of a nearby big city, Aurora Highlands offers the best of both worlds for prospective homebuyers searching for a new place to call home in Arlington County. Once mostly known as a commuter neighborhood, the Aurora Highlands of today is becoming a more popular choice for buyers and visitors.

Aurora Highlands Homes For Sale

Aurora Highlands Homes For Sale December 1, 2022
4
Listed
154
Avg. DOM
$415.08
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$949,450
Med. List Price
4 Properties
$849,900
Neighborhood: Addison Heights
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,304
Sq.Ft.
1930
Year Built
90
Days on Site
VAAR2022120
MLS
***Beautiful lot in the heart of Arlington Ridge/Addison Heights, less then 1 mile from Crystal City Metro Station & close to Crystal City where the Amazon H2Q location***The home needs a lot of...
$1,049,000
Neighborhood: Aurora Hills
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,452
Sq.Ft.
1942
Year Built
100
Days on Site
VAAR2021186
MLS
A beautiful brick walkway and mature landscaping leads to the covered portico of this elegant brick Colonial. A foyer entry leads into a formal living room with gorgeous bay window, coat closet,...
$2,499,900
Neighborhood: Aurora Hills
6
Beds
5F31/2
Baths
6,230
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
169
Days on Site
VAAR2018556
MLS
4 Levels, 6230 square feet with Elevator! 4th level has a spacious Tiled Deck with Outdoor Kitchen and a view of Washington Monument. Check out Fourth of July Fireworks picture from Roof-Top...
$725,000
Neighborhood: Southampton
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,568
Sq.Ft.
1979
Year Built
263
Days on Site
VAAR2012488
MLS
Just Reduced! This ideally located townhouse community is situated just 1 block to the Pentagon City Metro , Shops & Restaurants. Across the street is Nordstroms, Ritz Carlton, Whole Foods , Costco...

More About Aurora Highlands

The area has the convenience and walkability of Pentagon City, with its restaurants and shops, plus it also has some nearby green space, a library and even an outdoor ice-skating rink for residents to enjoy. You’ll find basketball courts and sports fields at nearby Virginia Highlands Park, as well as the expected future addition of Amazon’s new HQ2 not far from the homes of Aurora Highlands.

Whether heading to the nearby airport or jumping on the nearby Four Mile Run, there’s plenty of diversity when it comes to living in this part of the DC area. Convenience is key, but so is the allure of simply walking outside and meeting up with other neighbors and friends. 

The uniqueness of the homes is also a big draw for many prospective buyers coming to Aurora Highlands. The neighborhood was formed by three subdivisions, mostly built up between the late 1800s to around 1930.

That’s why you won’t find many cookie-cutter homes for sale in the neighborhood. The Aurora Highlands Historic District is made up of hundreds of buildings and structures and has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.

Around a dozen Sears catalogue homes can be found on area streets. The surrounding area also now features some apartments, townhomes, and condos for buyers to consider.

Found just to the southwest of DC, it’s easy to catch public transportation to commute around the rest of the DC area, or stay closer to home with nearby retailers, restaurants and more.