Cherrydale

While close enough to some of Arlington’s more frequented places, the Cherrydale neighborhood has a sense of quiet allure. With a true suburban vibe, Cherrydale offers a number of well-maintained homes, some of which were constructed in the early 1900s.

Situated along quiet streets, most of the homes of Cherrydale are single-family designs. It’s common for them to hold their value over time, making Cherrydale a prime choice for buyers in search of a solid investment.

Cherrydale Homes & Condos For Sale

Cherrydale Homes & Condos For Sale January 18, 2022
3
Listed
75
Avg. DOM
$422.93
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$689,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$2,199,900
Subdivision: Cherrydale
7
Beds
7
Baths
7,354
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
152
Days on Site
VAAR2001236
MLS
To be Built! This custom home is waiting for you! Inquire before its too late to be able to make individual selections and modifications! Don't miss this opportunity. Close to parks, shopping,...
$689,000
Subdivision: Cherrydale
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,515
Sq.Ft.
2015
Year Built
14
Days on Site
VAAR2009548
MLS
Location! This 2015 built condo is about one mile to 3 different Metro stations (Clarendon, VA Square, Ballston). Spacious corner unit with tons of natural light. Floor to ceiling windows are...
$675,000
Subdivision: Cherrydale
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,311
Sq.Ft.
2015
Year Built
62
Days on Site
VAAR2007542
MLS
Super chic, sun drenched loft on top floor of 38 Place Condo. Corner unit on quiet side (non Lee Hwy) side of building featuring hardwood floors throughout, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel...

More About Cherrydale

Cherrydale History

This North Arlington neighborhood credits its name to a cherry orchard that once stood in the area. In fact, farming was once widespread in what we now call Cherrydale.

Growth began to take off around the turn-of-the-century when rail service came to the area. It helped contribute to Cherrydale’s suburban-like appeal.

Cherrydale Homes

To this day, the neighborhood still offers tall trees, quiet streets and more of a small-town atmosphere. Houses in Cherrydale today tend to range from historic frame houses to craftsmen-style homes.

Some of the homes in this part of Arlington are catalog homes. While mostly single-family residences, you will also find a much smaller collection of townhomes, condos and apartments.

Cherrydale Activities

Area residents often come together for a block party over the Fourth of July, and an annual yard sale. Not only does Cherrydale have a family-friendly vibe, but it’s also close enough to what you need and want in Arlington, including local entertainment offerings and nightlife.

Cherrydale Location

The area is also known for its top schools and its easy commute. I-66 sits on the southern border of the neighborhood, while the area also offers easy access to US-29.

In fact, Cherrydale, itself, is centered around the Five Points intersection. The homes of Cherrydale also sit within biking or walking distance of two area Metro stops, and local residents can easily hop on the Custis Trail, which leads on to Rosslyn.