Highgate is an exclusive Arlington VA townhome community in Rosslyn, Arlington. These homes are built in an area that includes the streets of Colonial Terrace and has Colonial Court running down the center. There are a few different styles of townhomes in Highgate Community. The Kents are the smallest homes in the neighborhood, but these stylish homes still manage to have full four levels of living space. These units are aligned around two elevated brick courtyards and all feature private two-car garages that are accessed via Key Blvd. In 2012, the Kents tended to get an asking price of around $855,000.
Hillcrest Homes is a charming enclave of 35 front-load two-car garage Arlington VA townhomes located in the popular Courthouse neighborhood of Arlington. These homes are just minutes in each direction from Rosslyn and Clarendon, not to mention the proximity of nearby neighbor, Georgetown in Washington DC. These exclusive homes are tucked into a stunning neighborhood backing to Spout Run National Park, giving them a sense of seclusion while still accessible to the best of Arlington. These homes are not on the market for long; in fact, there have been five sales since the beginning of 2012, ranging from $1,125,000 to $1,250,000. Three of these homes were sold with "zero" days on the market (before hitting the market), and one with two days on the market.
Barton Place is a cute enclave of Arlington VA townhomes with condo ownership tucked between Courthouse & Clarendon. These perfectly located homes are an assortment of three-level/three-bedroom, two-level/ two-bedroom, and one-level/ one-bedroom townhomes. With Barton Place, you have your choice of buying the right size home for you. These homes were built in 1985 and were built in the popular Contemporary style so that they have a coveted classic feel.
The Arlington VA townhomes neighborhood of Courthouse Heights is a small but mighty one. Finished in 2006 and situated on Taft and 13th Street in Arlington 22201, these two-car garage townhomes were built to evoke Federal architectural design. Featured design elements include stone and brick faĆ§ades and underground parking. Act quickly if one comes on the market; very rarely does one of these eleven townhomes come on the market!
The Bromptons at Rosslyn & Courthouse are adjacent enclaves of Arlington VA townhomes aptly named for being on opposing sides of N Rhodes St, which is the border of the Rosslyn & Courthouse neighborhoods. These Bromptons consist of townhomes with three, four and five luxurious levels and two-car rear-load garages built in the early 2000's. With their prominent location, The Bromptons at Rosslyn & Courthouse are typically red-hot properties when they come on the market. Since the beginning of 2012, there have been two sales in this neighborhood - for $1,025,000 and $1,049,000. These in-demand homes went for an impressive 97% of their asking price even though they averaged 112 days on the market. These stunning homes are smack in the middle of everything and with two buildings under construction between Wilson & Clarendon Blvds that will both boast ground-level retail, even more stores and restaurants are on the way! Everyday amenities like a tailor, dry cleaners, restaurants & nightlife are minutes on foot.
Wednesday was a beautiful day to watch the first row of homes in Ballston Green come together. Being built by Madison Homes, these 28 townhomes will feature rear-load garages within a short walk to the Ballston Metro stop. Every home will have a roof-top terrace!
Tucked a few blocks back from the hustle and bustle of Clarendon is the quiet yet dynamic neighborhood of Bromptons at Clarendon. These four-level Arlington VA townhomes with two-car rear-load garages seem to tower over Kirkwood Road; they were purposefully built up on a hill, giving them a majestic look. The Bromptons at Clarendon are located on the corner of Kirkwood and Washington Blvd, right across from Washington Sport & Health. People love these homes so much that they rarely come on the market
; in fact, in 2012 only one unit transferred ownership. While it stayed on the market for 55 days, at the end of the day it went for $1,100,000.
Tucked right behind the popular Custis Trail bike path in Arlington is this hidden gem, Palisades Park. This community of Arlington VA townhomes is overlooks the Potomac River and views west of the Key Bridge. Palisades Park was built in the late 1990s-early 2000s, and consists of an impressive mix of one- and two-car garage townhomes that are a quick walk to Rosslyn and Georgetown. In 2012, six homes were sold in Palisades Park, with an average of 45 days on the market and 99% of their asking price. The prices ranged from $835,000 to $1,129,500. Sales in 2013 have seen the homes being snapped up even more rapidly - two homes went under contract in 1-3 days with asking prices of $1,075,000.
Ballston is home to the best selection of townhomes in Arlington VA. Just steps from several different grocery stores, gyms, parks, and two DC Metro stops (Ballston and Virginia Square), this area has it all. Home to several US government agencies and organizations (including the Fish & Wildlife Service, Office of Naval Research & National Science Foundation), along with loads of both non- and for-profit corporations, many residents of Ballston lead a "walk-to-work" lifestyle. Ballston also has a high-density of residential homes including a large number of townhomes located in the area between N Fairfax Blvd and Washington Blvd (north & south) and N Glebe Rd and N Quincy St (east & west).
For the discerning person who wants an Arlington VA Townhome with loads of living space, the finest finishes, and breathtaking panoramic views of Washington DC (the monuments in particular), look no further than Monument Place. Built in two phases (technically Monument Place and Bromptons at Monument Place), these five-level elevator townhomes are all built with the bedrooms on the lower levels to save the best views for the dramatic open living space on the top floors. Every home here boasts a rooftop terrace, several of which are adorned with hot tubs. This is undeniably the best place to watch the 4th of July fireworks in the entire region. On a clear day you can see straight down the National Mall across all of DC, with Fed Ex Field on the horizon.