Madison Manor

Located in Arlington, Madison Manor serves as home to many Virginia families. Mostly filled with single-family homes like ranchers and brick ramblers, many of the original homes in the neighborhood tend to look much the same as they did decades ago.  This doesn’t mean there haven’t been updates, as some of the homes have been renovated or remodeled over the years.

Madison Manor Homes For Sale

Madison Manor Homes For Sale October 1, 2022
1
Listed
16
Avg. DOM
$484.16
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$919,900
Med. List Price
1 Property
Open 10/2
6312 17th St N Arlington, VA 22205
$919,900
Neighborhood: Madison Manor
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,900
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
24
Days on Site
VAAR2021120
MLS
Surprisingly spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath expanded Colonial offers 2,300 square feet of space and is nestled on a gorgeous 6,023 square foot landscaped garden lot in N. Arlington’s popular Madison...

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Madison Manor Homes

While you won’t typically find many teardowns in Madison Manor, it is possible to find a smaller collection of large, contemporary-style homes available in the neighborhood. Typical homes in the neighborhood of Madison Manor tend to offer three-bedrooms, but there are also some larger floorplans for buyers to consider. This often makes the homes ideal for families. In addition, the homes already have mature trees and landscaping. 

Madison Manor Recreation 

The northern side of the neighborhood boasts a park with a basketball court, a large shaded playground, and a baseball diamond. There’s also the advantage of the Washington & Old Dominion Trail. A portion of the trail runs through the neighborhood, plus there are several more parks that exist just outside the boundaries of Madison Manor.

This active community often plans events including blocks parties and holiday festivities throughout the year. For a small fee, homeowners can join the Madison Manor Civic Association.

Madison Manor Location

As for nearby retailers, the Westover neighborhood sits within walking distance of Madison Manor, boasting several nearby restaurants and shops for added convenience. To get around the area, several Metrobus routes run along the borders of the neighborhood, plus the closest Metro station is about a mile away from area homes.

Drivers can additionally opt to take I-66. This friendly neighborhood is only about 10 minutes from DC, which is a real advantage for those who want to live just outside of DC but not have a long commute.