As you begin researching Clarendon homes for sale, the first thing you might notice as you search Clarendon homes and maps is that several of the 40-45 blocks that make up this charming urban village are more triangular shaped than square. This interesting feature adds to the unique vibe of Clarendon. The Clarendon Metro Station anchors this area and is surrounded by several shops, trendy bars and restaurants. Clarendon is perhaps the most laid back of the five Arlington, VA urban villages in this area. Search the MLS for Clarendon homes for sale and join this bundle of exiciting communities, which also includes Ballston, Courthouse, Rosslyn and Virginia Square.
Homeowners in Clarendon enjoy a strong sense community wrapped up in only a quarter of a square mile. Organizations like the Clarendon Alliance nurture the relationship between residents and local businesses as does the local Clarendon Farmer’s Market. Here you can find organic, locally grown produce, homemade soups and more. It’s been said that you’re more likely to see a tee-shirt than a suit here and that’s certainly the case at the Market on a Saturday. The Market is located in the picturesque Clarendon Central Park. Begin your Clarendon home search today and find your dream home in this "cool" community!
Those looking to buy a home can search the MLS for Clarendon, VA homes for sale and peruse the plethora of housing options this area has to offer. In addition to single family homes, the area also boasts several mixed-use developments where residents can live, work and shop without getting in their cars. Clarendon is served by Arlington Public Schools, recently touted as “a national model for teaching diverse students” by Washington Magazine. The average age in Clarendon is 32, making it the perfect home for both families and young professionals.
Clarendon holds the honor in Arlington County of hosting several county-wide events, causing residents and visitors from all over the area to convene on this thriving community. Arlington Neighborhood Day, the Mardi Gras Parade and Tax Blues Night are just a few of the special events held here. Clarendon Day, held in the early fall, offers up live music, a kids carnival and tons local vendors. With all this culture and fun waiting for you, we know you're ready to begin searching Clarendon, VA homes for sale now and see for yourself all that this are has to offer!
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Clarendon Central Park- a war memorial dedicated to Arlington citizens that died in previous wars. Offers seasonal farmers market and concerts.
Shopping: Market Common Clarendon- offering retailers such as Apple Store, Crate & Barrel, Barnes & Noble, Ethan Allan, Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma
Restaurants & Nightlife: The Cheesecake Factory, Harry’s Tap Room, La Tasca, Tandoori Nights, Eventide, Liberty Tavern, Faccia Luna, 3 Bar & Grill, Silver Diner, Tallula, Hard Times Café, Earl's Sandwiches, Delhi Club, Moby Dick House of Kabobs, Mexicali Blues, The Boulevard Wood Grill, Baja Fresh, Clarendon Ballroom, Spider Kelly’s, Mister Days, Eleventh Street Lounge, The Clarendon Grill, IOTA Club & Cafe, Whitlow’s on Wilson, RiRa Irish Restaurant & Pub, Galaxy Hut, Java Shack, Lyon Hall, Northside Social, Mexicali Blues
Closest Grocery- Whole Foods Market
Park: Lyon Village Park
Metro: Clarendon- on the Orange line. Located on Highland Street between Wilson & Clarendon Blvds.
Metrobus Routes Serving Clarendon
M 38B to Ballston
M 38B to Court House
M 23A, 23C to Crystal City
M 2ABCG, 23AC to Lee Highway
M 38B to Rosslyn
M 10B, 22A, 23AC, 25A to Shirlington
M 2ABCG to Westover
M 38B to Virginia Square
Arlington Transit (ART) Serving Clarendon
A 41, 42 to Ballston
A 41, 42, 77 to Columbia Pike
A 41, 77 to Court House
A 42 to 51, 52, 53, 62 to Lee Highway
A 42 to Pentagon City
A 77 to Shirlington
A 41 to Virginia Square
Zipcar has locations in Clarendon and throughout the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor
Bike Access- Clarendon and Wilson Boulevards both have bike lanes throughout the Clarendon area, providing connections to Court House and Virginia Square. Bike lanes on Fairfax Drive and Kirkwood Road link Clarendon to Ballston and the Martha Custis Trail.
Bike Parking- Available at the Clarendon Metro Station, in the parking garage at Market Common Clarendon and at on-street locations throughout Clarendon
CommuterPage.com Bicycling and Walking page
Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA)