Addison Heights Alcova Heights Arlington Forest Arlington Heights Arlington View Arlingwood Ashton Heights Aurora Hills Barcroft Bellevue Forest Bluemont Boulevard Manor Buckingham Chain Bridge Forest Cherrydale Claremont Columbia Forest Columbia Heights Columbia Heights West Columbia Pike Country Club Hills Dominion Hills Donaldson Run Douglas Park Dover-Crystal East Falls Church Fairlington Forest Glen Forest Hills Foxcroft Heights Glebewood Glencarlyn Highland Park-Overlee Knolls Highview Park Lacey Forest Leeway Long Branch Creek Lyon Park Lyon Village Madison Manor Maywood Nauck Old Dominion Penrose Rivercrest Riverwood Rock Spring Shirlington Stafford Albemarle Glebe Tara-Leeway Heights Waverly Hills Waycroft Westover Village Williamsburg Woodmont Yorktown Ballston Virginia Square Clarendon Courthouse Rosslyn Pentagon City Pentagon City
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Basic Stats Overview

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data
Homes for Sale
Months Inventory
Contracts Pending
Solds: 90 Day
Average List Price/Sold Price
Active/Pending Ratio
Average Price
90 Day Sold
Median Price
90 Day Sold
Days on Market
90 Day Sold

What does the most expensive home in
Arlington County, VA look like?

The home for sale with the highest sales price in Arlington County, VA is:

How about the least expensive?

The home for sale with the lowest sales price in Arlington County, VA is:

What's average?

5035 25TH ST S, ARLINGTON, VA 22206
The home for sale with the sales price closest to the Arlington County, VA average is:
5035 25TH ST S, ARLINGTON, VA 22206

Cheeseburger Index

With the help of The Economist, we've calculated the number of Big Macs® that a person could buy instead of buying a home in Arlington County, VA. We like burgers but firmly believe a home is a better investment.

= 5,000, the average Arlington County, VA home costs about the same as Big Macs® using the .

How Much is Available?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active Inventory
The number of Arlington County, VA homes listed for sale. Lower inventory favors sellers in negotiations.

How Many Months of Inventory?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Months Inventory
The number of homes listed for sale in Arlington County, VA divided by the number of homes sold in one month. Higher inventory favors buyers.

More Actives or More Pendings?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active/Pending Ratio
Ratio of homes in Arlington County, VA listed for sale versus those under contract. The lower the number, the hotter the market.

Are Sellers Negotiating?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, List/Sold Ratio
Shows a comparison between the final sales price of homes sold in Arlington County, VA versus their list price.

What is Average?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Average Sale Price (90 Days)
Average list price of homes for sale in Arlington County, VA

How Fast Are They Selling?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Days on Market (Sold Listings 90 Days)
Average days from Listing Date to Sold Date for Arlington County, VA homes that sold in the past 90 days.
Arlington Virginia Real Estate
What is Arlington, VA?

Arlington is vibrance! It is equal parts hustle and bustle, history and future, performance and play.

Set just a stone's throw from our Nation's Capital, Arlington is a haven of culture, diversity, sumptuous cuisines, thriving outdoor spaces, thriving communities, and education that's among the highest-grade in the United States.

The neighborhoods of Ballston, Clarendon, Courthouse, Crystal City, Lyon Village, Pentagon City, Rosslyn, Shirlington, Virginia Square, and Westover, are just some of the places that make Arlington both bustling and peaceful and a town unlike any other you'll find in the Washington area (or anywhere beyond).

Once part of the Colony of Virginia and granted by Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, the area is named for Henry Bennet, the 1st Earl of Arlington, who owned a plantation along the banks of the Potomac River. Washington Park Custis, Martha Washington's grandson, bought the plantation in 1802 and eventually passed it to his sister, Mary Anna Custis Lee, who was married to Confederate General Robert E. Lee (whose home, Arlington House, still stands atop a hill overlooking the city and is now the grounds on which Arlington Cemetery is sited).

Now, more than a century later, Arlington is a perfect marriage of rich history and cosmopolitan living. Home to more than 200,000 people and 42,000 families, Arlington is home to a cavalcade of characters. Residents live seamlessly amongst notable folks like Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine (who are brother and sister, in case you didn't know), Sandra Bullock, Katie Couric, Roberta Flack, and Zac Hanson.

There are endless opportunities for style of living in Arlington, too. Whether you're looking for a more urban vibe and prefer the condos and apartments of Ballston and Courthouse, or you're style is more in keeping with the neighborhoody feel of the tree-lined streets of Fairlington, the laid-back feel of Lower Arlington (the southern section of town that resides below Route 50) or the single-family homes of North Arlington, this is a place that's home to whatever kind of home you're looking for.

If you'd like to know how much it costs to live here, all you have to do is think about how hungry you are. We like to look at homes through the lens of our Cheeseburger Index. Developed with the help of The Economist, we've determined the number of Big Macs® you could buy for the same price as a home in Arlington. For the average price of a home here, you could buy 5,000 Big Macs®. As much as we love a good burger, we really do think that a home is a much better investment than the burgers ... and also much easier on your arteries.

And no matter where you'd like to call home, Century 21 Redwood and its REALTORS will help you find the place that fits you like a glove.

One of the greatest assets of Arlington--as it should be in any great community--is its outstanding educational opportunities. Home to colleges like Marymount and George Mason Universities, in addition to campuses for Argosy Univeristy, Banner College, Everest College, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Northern Virginia Community College (affectionately known around town as NOVA), Troy University, the Universities of New Haven and Oklahoma, and Westwood College, Arlington is a bastion of higher learning like no other.

The Arlington County Public School System, which is home to 22 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, and 4 high schools, is consistently ranked among the best in the nation. H.B. Woodlawn, one of the county's four high schools, was ranked as the very best high school in Virginia this year and was ranked as the 4th most challenging school in the entire Washington, DC area.

Getting around town here is a snap, too! With easy access to both the Orange (which serves Ballston, Virginia Square, Courthouse, and Rosslyn) and Blue (which serves Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon City) Lines of the Washington Metro system, you can be in almost any part of the DMV (that's DC/MD/VA for those of you playing along at home) in two shakes of a lamb's tail. If you prefer to drive, I-495, the storied DC Beltway is never far away. If you'd rather embrace a "green" approach and walk or ride a bike, Arlington has miles of paths and byways for your feet and your wheels.

Once you're home and no longer busy filling your (and your kids') minds with knowledge, Arlington has more ways for you to while away the hours than you could shake the proverbial stick at. Home to more than 150 parks, there are vast expanses of outdoor space where you can do anything from throwing a Frisbee, playing a game of catch, or simply lazing along verdant lawns and forgetting your cares for a time.

You can catch up on history at Arlington National Cemetery and, while you're there, visit the Eternal Flame, the site of John F. Kennedy's grave, as well as the Tomb of the Unknowns, and its stalwart guards from the Army's 3rd Infantry. You can visit the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial, more commonly known as the "Iwo Jima" Memorial and its tribute to Marines who have laid down their lives defending our nation's flag, or the Air Force Memorial, which is one of Arlington's most spectacular sights at night.

Broaden your cultural horizons at Synetic or Signature Theatres. Take in brunch at The Carlyle Grand or grab a bite at any of the area's deliciously diverse ethnic hotspots, like El Pollo Rico, Kabob Palace, Cava Mezze, Bangkok 54, the Green Pig Bistro or countless others. There are so many great restaurants in town that you could, quite literally, eat out a new spot every day for a year and never visit the same place twice.

Arlington has it all.

And it's fun!

Arlington is home to the Washington Capitals' practice facility (you can check it out in Ballston if you're looking to see some great slap shots). No matter what Al Gore says, it's the birthplace of the Internet (it was originally created by the Defense Department Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The Pentagon, which is the largest building in the world, is so vast that is has six zip codes. The Rosslyn skyline is so distinctive, it's been featured in movies like Capt. America: Winter Soldiers, Minority Report, Mission: Impossible III, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, as well as on the hit show, House of Cards.

No matter your income, no matter your lifestyle, Arlington has the home for you. From apartments and condos, townhomes, or spacious single family homes, there's a neighborhood in Arlington for just about everyone. And no matter what your tastes, the REALTORS at Century 21 Redwood Realty will be here to help you find that place that doesn't just please your palate, but the places that will speak to your mind, your spirit, and your soul.

Come home to pleasant living. Come home to Arlington. Come home to Century 21 Redwood Realty.

This is the neighborhood of Rosslyn in Arlington VA. Here is the vibrant Clarendon neighborhood in Arlington. This is a townhome neighborhood in Arlington's Ballston corridor. Here's the mainly residential Arlington neighborhood Virginia Square. This is a sample of the real estate stock in Arlington's Courthouse neighborhood. Here is some of the shopping in the vibrant neighborhood of Pentagon City. This is a scene from the street at Crystal City, an urban area of Arlington VA. Here's a scene from the main area of Arlington's Shirlington neighborhood. This is a modern craftsman single family home in the desirable neighborhood of Lyon Village. Here's a detached home in the Arlington VA neighborhood of Ashton Heights. This is the friendly Arlington VA neighborhood of Lyon Park south of Clarendon. This is a brick single family home in the neighborhood of Bluemont. Here is a home in the Arlington community Aurora Hills. This is a typical home in the neighborhood of Arlington Forest. This is the popular South Arlington area of Columbia Pike. Here's a stately brick colonial home in the Arlington VA neighborhood of Cherrydale. Here is a single family house in the Arlington VA Dominon Hills community. Here's a craftsman home with a stone exterior in North Arlington VA. This home is a typical colonial style house in Arlington VA's Douglas Park community. The Arlington VA neighborhood of East Falls Church has a variety of home types. Arlington VA's Fairlington neighborhood is a historic area with townhomes and condos. This is Lacey Forest, which is a community in North Arlington VA. This is an image of a typical home in the Arlington VA community of Maywood. Here is a blue modern craftsman style home in the Old Dominion. Here's an image of a home in the North Arlington VA neighborhood of Riverwood. This is a brick home in Arlington VA's Tara-Leeway Heights area. This is an example of a house in the neighborhood of Waverly Hills in Arlington VA. This is Westover Village, a neighborhood in the DC suburb of Arlington VA. Here is an image of a house in Yorktown, which is a tight-knit community in Arlington. Here's a photo of a yellow home in the South Arlington VA neighborhood of Williamsburg.

Redwood Takes NYC…Inman Style

Wednesday - 2/3/2016 2:31 pm   /   By Heather Elias
BIlly on StageLast week was the Inman Connect real estate conference in New York City. For those of you unfamiliar, it’s a wonderfully forward thinking conference full of great minds and respected leaders in our industry. Each year, Inman News hosts a New York version in January and a San Francisco version in July. I’ve personally attended ... Read More

Who Trains Your New Agents? Recognizing Trish Szego

Monday - 2/1/2016 10:49 am   /   By Tara L. Christianson
Trish Szego C21 Redwood RealtyWho trains your new agents?  Who ensures that they’ll have the tools they need to succeed in the real estate business, not only grasping the fundamentals but also embracing innovation? You know who trains our new agents at CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty?  The 2015 Virginia Association REALTOR® of the Year. That’s right!  Trish Szego is our ... Read More

Our Year in Review, 2015 Edition

Friday - 1/8/2016 9:26 am   /   By Heather Elias
Shawn Celebrating with Century 21 Redwood RealtyEvery year at Century 21 Redwood is an adventure, but 2015 was a particularly fun ride. So many cool things happened this year that it took me half a day just to write them all down and organize it! Let’s take a look back at some of the highlights from the year… We started off ... Read More

3020 16TH RD S

3020 16TH RD S, ARLINGTON, VA 22204 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 2
Year Built: 1939
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 5,000


1320 CLEVELAND ST, ARLINGTON, VA 22201 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 2.5
Year Built: 1999
Sq Ft.: 2,664
Lot Size: 792

3536 36TH RD N

3536 36TH RD N, ARLINGTON, VA 22207 Main Home Photo
Beds: 4
Levels: 2
Baths: 3
Year Built: 1961
Sq Ft.: 3,614
Lot Size: 23,047

5109 27TH ST N

5109 27TH ST N, ARLINGTON, VA 22207 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 2
Year Built: 1944
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 7,859


3100 ROCHESTER ST N, ARLINGTON, VA 22213 Main Home Photo
Beds: 5
Levels: 3
Baths: 4.5
Year Built: 2016
Sq Ft.: 5,367
Lot Size: 10,000


26 PARK DR S, ARLINGTON, VA 22204 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 1.5
Year Built: 1940
Sq Ft.: 1,646
Lot Size: 6,270

5525 4TH ST S

5525 4TH ST S, ARLINGTON, VA 22204 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 2.5
Year Built: 2009
Sq Ft.: 1,472
Lot Size: 6,000


971 ROCHESTER ST, ARLINGTON, VA 22205 Main Home Photo
Beds: 4
Levels: 2
Baths: 3
Year Built: 1962
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 10,486


3845 CHESTERBROOK RD, ARLINGTON, VA 22207 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 3
Year Built: 1936
Sq Ft.: 3,126
Lot Size: 8,685


2643 ARLINGTON RIDGE RD, ARLINGTON, VA 22202 Main Home Photo
Beds: 4
Levels: 2
Baths: 2.5
Year Built: 1974
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 10,954

2212 QUINCY ST #1

2212 QUINCY ST #1, ARLINGTON, VA 22204 Main Home Photo
Beds: 2
Levels: 2
Baths: 2.5
Year Built: 1976
Sq Ft.: 1,312
Lot Size: -


2105 EMERSON ST, ARLINGTON, VA 22207 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 1
Baths: 2.5
Year Built: 1930
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 3,622

5113 3RD ST N

5113 3RD ST N, ARLINGTON, VA 22203 Main Home Photo
Beds: 3
Levels: 3
Baths: 1
Year Built: 1946
Sq Ft.: -
Lot Size: 6,050


1015 MCKINLEY RD N, ARLINGTON, VA 22205 Main Home Photo
Beds: 4
Levels: 3
Baths: 3.5
Year Built: 1945
Sq Ft.: 2,727
Lot Size: 6,465


2929D WOODSTOCK ST #4, ARLINGTON, VA 22206 Main Home Photo
Beds: 1
Levels: 1
Baths: 1
Year Built: 1983
Sq Ft.: 660
Lot Size: -


2131 POLLARD ST S, ARLINGTON, VA 22204 Main Home Photo
Beds: 4
Levels: 3
Baths: 3.5
Year Built: 1990
Sq Ft.: 2,376
Lot Size: 4,263