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Neighborhood Spotlight: Leeway’s Small-Town Charm

Want a small-town feel with big-city amenities? Leeway might be the neighborhood you’re looking for.

Join the Keri Shull Team as we share everything that you need to know about the Leeway neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia!

By the way, if you have any questions about Arlington real estate, please contact the Keri Shull Team, the No. 1 top-selling team in the Washington, D.C. area.

About Leeway

Leeway is a suburban neighborhood in Arlington, located past the western end of the Ballston-Rosslyn corridor.

Despite being bisected by Lee Highway, a prominent thoroughfare in Northern Virginia, Leeway retains a suburban atmosphere. People living in Leeway can take care of all their daily errands with ease thanks to the neighborhood’s well-lit sidewalks and convenient access.

When combined with Leeway’s great access to the dining, shopping and entertainment of Arlington and D.C., this means that Leeway offers both a tranquil atmosphere and convenience.

Housing in Leeway

Unlike neighborhoods closer to the center of Arlington, Leeway does not have many multi-family properties on the market. Instead, almost all of the homes in the area are detached, single-family homes.

Home values in Leeway are very strong, and the neighborhood is currently seeing appreciation in price, overall. With the trajectory of the housing market in Arlington trending upwards, this means that purchasing a home in Leeway could be a wise financial move for many people.

Getting Around Leeway

There is not a Metro stop named for Leeway, but that doesn’t mean that residents are out of luck when it comes to public transit. The neighborhood sits just to the east of the East Falls Church Metro Station. This means that residents can access both the Orange and Silver lines of the D.C. Metro system with ease.

Most of the residents of Leeway own their homes. Home ownership is an attractive prospect in this neighborhood for several reasons: Despite being so close to the urban villages of Arlington, this area retains a quiet community atmosphere. The tree-lined streets offer both convenience and seclusion, and the neighborhood is beloved for its pet-friendliness, as well.

Because of these advantages, homes move fast in Leeway. If you are interested in living in this area, the best strategy is to find off-market homes.

Finding a Home in Leeway

The market is very competitive in Leeway (and all of Arlington) right now, with homes going fast. If you want to find a home in Leeway, give yourself every advantage.

At the Keri Shull Team, we have hundreds of properties that you cannot find online or anywhere else, and we can connect you directly with the perfect one! Click here to get priority access to hundreds of off-market properties.

And if you are selling a home in Arlington, it’s more important than ever to make sure you are protecting your investment. The best way to do that is to speak with a top-tier real estate agent and create a completely customized home-selling strategy.

Click here to schedule a free, no-pressure consultation with one of our Real Estate Needs Analysts!

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