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Arlington VIRGINIA

Looking for a place to live close to Washington, DC? Arlington has it all!  Arlington scores highly as one of the best suburbs to live and visit in Virginia.


Separated only by the Potomac River, right across from Washington D.C., Arlington is full of rich history and memorials, making this city a must-visit location for both Virginia locals and world travelers alike.

Between all of the government building tours, historical sites, and museums, a visit to Arlington will keep you busy and walking around all day long exploring everything there is to offer. It is also a great alternative to staying in downtown Washington D.C., as you will avoid a lot of the day-to-day hustle and bustle while still being only minutes away.

The first place on every list of things to do in Arlington includes visiting the Arlington National Cemetery. Explore the grounds yourself, or make sure to go to 1 Memorial Ave and get a tour of the entire cemetery. Most people report being able to spend multiple days here when exploring by themselves. It is full of beautiful memorial grounds that pay respect to those who have given their lives for their country.

The second-most popular destination in Arlington right on the other side of S Washington Blvd is the Pentagon Building, headquarters of the United States Defense Department, which offers an hour-long, one-and-a-half-mile walk through the largest low-rise building in the world.

There are also countless memorials to visit throughout the city, here are just a few of the most popular:

  • Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
  • U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial
  • Pentagon Memorial
  • John F. Kennedy Gravesite
  • Air Force Memorial
  • Women in Military Service for America Memorial
  • Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
  • So many more

Arlington is also home to a large number of theaters for historical reenactments, as well as performing arts.

Among an endless list of places to visit, many Arlington suburbs are actually the top-ranked areas to live in Virginia due to its availability of jobs, low crime rate, and endless activities.

On the west-side of downtown Arlington, Bluemont is ranked as the top neighborhood in Arlington, and one of the top neighborhoods in Virginia overall, consisting of a very family-friendly suburban area with lots of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.

Just on the north-side of Arlington Cemetery is Radnor – Fort Myer Heights, which will give you more of the metropolitan-living feel with all new luxury apartments and studios, all within walking distance of restaurants and shopping, as well as corporate offices.

Arlington also has many other top-ranked neighborhoods to live in, including:

  • Ballston/Virginia Square
  • Clarendon/Courthouse
  • North Highland 

With all of these places to visit, great neighborhoods to live in, and so many things to do in such a small area, it’s no wonder why Arlington, Virginia, is a top destination in the United States for residential growth and tourism. It caters to both the young professionals, growing families, visitors, and people in every other stage of their lives.

Whether it’s for a short-term visit or a long-term move, go visit for yourself sometime, and find everything that Arlington has to offer!

Moving to Arlington VA?

Are you moving to the Arlington Virginia area? It’s all about location. Close to Washington DC with AMAZING public transit. Arlington is very walkable and a terrific place to live. Bike lines are really common in Arlington. So is healthy living.

There are many wonderful small businesses in Arlington. We have a few that we downright LOVE!

If you are purchasing a new home, there is a lot to do before you move in. Finding the right movers, painters, masons, carpet cleaners to get your home ready. Then services like personal trainers, tree care, and a good massage therapist to help you out when you’ve moved in.

Hardwood Floors

One item to “do before” you move in is refinishing and repairing your hardwood floors. It’s so much easier, quicker, and doesn’t involve moving furniture if your floors are refinished before move in. Refinishing and repairing your hardwood floors will clean any old grim, pet stains, and scratches from the previous owners. We recommend Arlington Harwood flooring for all hardwood floor refinishing in Arlington Virginia.