Claremont Homes For Sale
Claremont is a quiet, beautiful place to live in Arlington, Virginia. It is bounded by South Dinwiddie Street, South Chesterfield Street, South Buchanan Street, South Culpepper Street, South 25th Street, South 24th Street, South 23rd Street and South 22nd Street. READ MORE HERE
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Claremont Neighborhood – Arlington Virginia
This quaint neighborhood is smaller than others in the area. With close to 500 households it still offers everything you need from local coffee shops to entertainment options.
Claremont Historic District came about with its entry into the National Register of Historic Places on August 31, 2006.
- Claremont has a Median Household Income of $145,750.
- College degrees are held by 74% of its residents, of which 35% are advanced degrees.
In the Claremont neighborhood, 69% of the working population is employed in executive, management and professional occupations, followed by those in government jobs at 18%.
- The homeownership rate is 88%, with renters at 12%.
- Sixty-one (61%) of the population is married and 32% have children living at home.
- The diversity score for Claremont is 58.
- Columbia Heights West
- Columbia Forest
- Douglass Park
Claremont Real Estate
The Claremont neighborhood has an abundance of unique homes. This area of the city evolved during the post World War II era between 1946 and 1949 with two-story Colonial Revival style houses and one-and-a-half-story Cape Cod style houses. Then in 1954, Ranch-style houses were added.
You will find many homes in the neighborhood that meet the style of those days. Modifications and renovations are done in such a way that the original character of the homes remain.
On some of the newer streets in the neighborhood, you will also find split-level homes.
What you will not find in Claremont are McMansions!
Getting Around Claremont
There is no Metro Rail, but you can get around this neighborhood using public transportation. Metro Bus lines in this neighborhood include:
- Bus – 45
- Bus – 16C
- Bus – 16
- Bus – 22A
There is also Arlington Rapid Transit (ART) and any of the two will take you to either Pentagon or Pentagon City Metro stations to catch the Blue and Yellow lines. The neighborhood is also close to Interstate 395 and Route 7.
Proximity to Washington, D.C.
It is roughly seven miles from Claremont to Washington, D.C.
Proximity to Amazon HQ2
It is approximately five miles from Claremont to the Amazon HQ2 in Crystal City.
Claremont has a walk score of 43. This means that the majority of the errands you wish to complete in this neighborhood will require a car or the utilization of public transportation.
Shopping & Entertainment
With its close proximity to Route 7, there are myriads of retail and restaurant options. Some of these are Giant and Safeway supermarkets, Target and Best Buy.
In addition, there is The Village at Shirlington, home of the renowned Signature Theatre, AMC Movie Theatre, Shirlington Library, Harris Teeter and numerous restaurants and coffee shops.
Schools Serving Claremont
- Arlington Traditional Elementary School (Public school, PK– 5th Grade)
- Claremont Immersion School (Public school, PK – 5th Grade)
- Abingdon Elementary School Public school, PK – 5th Grade)
- John Adams Elementary School (Public school, PK – 5th Grade)
- Gunston Middle School (Public school, 6th – 8th Grade)
- Wakefield High School (Public school, 9th – 12th Grade)
- T.C. Williams High School (Public school, 9th –12th Grade)
- Arlington Community High School Public school, 9th – 12th Grade)
Parks in the Area
One of the benefits of living in Claremont is the beautiful parks. Barcroft Park is the largest in the community and offers 65 acres of green space. The park boasts many amenities including basketball courts, picnic areas, biking trails, and fishing in the Four Mile Run Stream.
Other parks include Allie S. Freed Park and Shirlington Dog Park.
CLAREMONT REAL ESTATE AGENT
Thinking of buying a home in Arlington, Virginia? Claremont could be the place for you. There are empty nesters looking for a quiet neighborhood, young professionals and families with kids.
Get information on this neighborhood and several others in Arlington, Virginia by contacting Arlington VA Realtor Norma Skeete.