Virginia Square - Tucked Away Between Ballston and Clarendon

With a prime location and countless nearby amenities, Virginia Square offers plenty of convenience, all tucked away between Ballston and Clarendon. This small Arlington neighborhood is centered around a Metro stop, meaning it’s likely that everything you want in the area is easily within reach living in this part of the DC metro area.

Virginia Square sits within a few stops of Georgetown and other top locations, but for those living here, many of the businesses of Virginia Square are simply a short stroll away. This includes dining, entertainment, nightlife, and more.

Attractive to professionals and nearby university students, homes in the neighborhood tend to not only hold their value, but also appreciate, making this a solid choice for an investment. In terms of housing options, Virginia Square commonly includes your choice of single-family homes and high-rise buildings.

Library Courts is one such community for prospective new residents to choose from in Virginia Square. Dating back to the early 2000s, the six-story property offers one- and two-bedroom units for rent.

Lexington Square is another option, as this complex includes your choice of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. The early 2000s community additionally offers such amenities as a swimming pool and hot tub, an exercise room, and garage parking. 

There are several dining options to choose from in Virginia Square too, plus the neighborhood also happens to be home to the campus of George Mason University. In addition, you’ll find nearby grocery stores, plus area parks, including Quincy Park, with its welcoming playground, its sports fields, its tennis and basketball courts, and its sand volleyball court. 

You’ll also find some fitness-related businesses and studios in the neighborhood, plus its home to the recently rebranded, Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington. The turn-of-the-century building formerly housed an elementary school, but now features galleries, classrooms, and working artist studios.

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