Yorktown Homes For Sale
The neighborhood of Yorktown occupying Zip Code 22207 in Arlington VA is a fabulous place to call home. Yorktown is comprised of more than one thousand homes, many beautiful parks, conveniently located shopping, and one of the top public high schools in the Washington, D.C. area. READ MORE HERE
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Yorktown Neighborhood – Arlington Virginia
Home to just under three thousand residents, Yorktown is located north of Lee Highway, south of Rock Spring Road and Little Falls Road, east of Columbus Street and Old Dominion Drive, and west of Marymount University and North Jefferson Street.
Nearby you’ll find the neighborhoods of Williamsburg, Rock Spring, and Bellevue Forest.
Yorktown neighborhood is one of the more expensive in Arlington County with an approximate Median Household Income of $194,000.
Yorktown Real Estate
Real estate in Yorktown is comprised of more than one thousand single-family homes with consistently increasing property value.
This vibrant residential area has a charming suburban feel and includes pre-war and post-war properties. Common architectural styles found in Yorktown include split-levels, Cape Cods, ramblers, Craftsman, and Colonials.
Many of the original Yorktown homes have additions in the form of family rooms, extended kitchens, or master suites. There is also new construction in Yorktown as older homes have been torn down, and newer, larger properties have taken their place. Listing prices for Yorktown properties fall across a vast range depending on the home’s age, size, and style. For example, classic post-war Colonials generally sell for less than updated and expanded properties, while new construction typically has the highest price tag.
Transportation in Yorktown
Yorktown neighborhood is situated about one mile-and-a-half from the East Falls Church Metro’s Silver and Orange lines but is primarily a car-oriented neighborhood.
- It has a bike score of 69, a walk score of 68, and a transit score of 40.
The East Falls Church Metro station can be reached via ART (Arlington Regional Transit) buses. ART route 52 cuts through the middle of Yorktown on Yorktown Boulevard and North George Mason Drive. Also accessible are ART route 52 via Williamsburg Boulevard, and ART route 55 via Lee Highway. Also, via Lee Highway, the Metrobus 3Y travels to the Rosslyn and East Falls Church Metro stations, as well as downtown D.C.
Schools Serving Yorktown – Arlington VA
Yorktown High serves more than 1,600 students and has won national awards. It is consistently ranked among the Washington, D.C. area’s top ten high schools. Furthermore, it is home to a pool that is available to the public during specific hours.
Other schools serving the community include Arlington Traditional Elementary and Williamsburg Middle School.
Shopping in Yorktown
There is no shortage of shopping opportunities in Yorktown despite the fact that the neighborhood is primarily residential. Sweetening the deal, many shopping destinations are within walking distance to most residents.
Two popular nearby shopping centers are the strip mall Garden City Shopping Center on Lee Highway and the Lee Harrison Shopping Center at the intersection of Lee Highway and North Harrison Street. Businesses you’ll find at these two spots and in other places in the Yorktown neighborhood include Safeway, a new Harris-Teeter grocery store, Bangla Bazar, Preston’s Pharmacy, Sam Torrey Shoe Service, and Wild Birds Unlimited.
Dining in Yorktown
Most of the restaurants easily accessible by Yorktown residents are located in the Garden City or Lee Harrison Shopping Centers along Lee Highway. These dining destinations include a wide variety of cuisine options from across the globe, so whether you crave ethnic or standard American fare, you can easily satisfy your hunger. Area restaurants include Little Bangladesh which serves Mughlai Paratha, Caribbean Grill, which serves jerk chicken and Cuban sandwiches; District Taco, which serves Yucatan-style Mexican food; and Elevation Burger, which serves organic hamburgers.
Also in the vicinity are La Moo Creamery, which serves Thailand-style hand-rolled ice cream; Peter Chang, which serves Szechuan cuisine prepared by its owner/chef; Pie-Tanza, which serves wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza; Thai Thai, whose name says it all; and Duck Donuts which serves fresh donuts with indulgent toppings that range from hot fudge to bacon.
Parks in Yorktown – Arlington VA
Yorktown is an excellent home for lovers of the great outdoors. There are three picturesque parks found in this charming neighborhood - Rock Spring, Chestnut Hills, and Greenbrier.
Rock Spring Park is one of the area’s best-kept secrets. It is located at the north end of George Mason Boulevard and features gorgeous gardens and walking trails.
Located on North Harrison Street, Chestnut Hills Park is family-oriented and especially suited for small children with its new playground.
Adjacent to Yorktown High School, Greenbrier Park hosts the school’s indoor public swimming pool and athletic fields. Arlington children come from near and far to participate in the youth sports leagues at Greenbrier Park.
Yorktown Entertainment and Events
Each year the Yorktown Civic Association hosts multiple community events intended to engage and entertain residents and neighbors alike. A prime example of these exciting festivities is the Annual Neighborhood Day. Held at Chestnut Hills Park, Neighborhood Day usually features a fire truck from The Arlington County Fire Department, clowns, food, balloons, and other treats for the young and the young-at-heart.
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