Living in Chain Bridge Forest

Living in Chain Bridge Forest Arlington Virginia

Thinking of buying a home in Chain Bridge Forest?

I grew up in Arlington and one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods to live in is Chain Bridge Forest. This lush and hilly neighborhood is peaceful, private, lined with native trees and is a stone’s throw away from the White House (okay, maybe like 10 minutes but you understand). One of the most interesting things about Chain Bridge Forest is the varying housing designs by renowned architects and builders. Here you will find striking and spacious properties full of character with no two homes the same. Most homes sit on large lots and architectural styles range from modern, ranch-style, transitional, and Cape Cod to European, colonial and more. Perfect for growing families, active adults, and retirees Chain Bridge Forest is regarded as a premium Northern Virginia neighbor with most homes starting at over a million dollars.

Living & Commuting in Chain Bridge Forest

Enveloped in a picturesque suburban setting, families enjoy the woody scenery, proximity to Fort Marcy Park, local amenities and highly rated schools. Many adults enjoy participating in community events such as books clubs, social events, gardening and more. The single family home community also features a robust offering of sponsored events for kids.

The Chain Bridge Forest neighborhood overlaps both Arlington and Fairfax County and is bordered by N Glebe Road, N Stuart Street, 39th St N, N Richmond Street and N Roundhill Road. Nearby neighborhoods include Arlingwood, Old Glebe, and Rivercrest. Chain Bridge Forest does not have a Metro Station but is an easy jaunt to the Ballston-MU Metro on the Orange and Silver Lines.

If you’re looking to purchase a home in Chain Bridge Forest you must be proactive because Arlington is a competitive market. Let me help you gain an advantage and get first-to-market knowledge that will really pay off. Check out my listings in Chain Bridge Forest and contact me today.

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