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What makes Clarendon a Special Neighborhood in Arlington?

Tucked in between Courthouse and Virginia Square, Clarendon is the perfect neighborhood that blends urban walkability with the suburban areas near it. Clarendon has a strong retail corridor with The Crossing Clarendon, Whole Foods Market, numerous shops and restaurants and a great mix of office tenants and residential homes — truly a special urban environment. 

Although well known for its nightlife, Clarendon also has a lively day life that includes great shopping, dining, parks and many events, such as Clarendon Day which features food vendors, arts and crafts and kids activities; the Armed Forces Cycling Classic; Music by the Metro; and the Arlington Festival of the Arts. A hidden neighborhood gem, Rocky Run Park, covers two-acres, with a multi-use oval field, a basketball court and playgrounds. 

Clarendon offers many different housing options, including apartments, condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes. “Some weekends, I literally don’t step foot into my car… I will do my grocery shopping, meet friends for dinner, pick up a last minute gift and go to a park with my dog, Spencer — all within walking distance. Living in Clarendon is truly a special thing,” says Alyssa Cannon.  

Connect with neighborhood expert Alyssa Cannon to learn more about Clarendon and other surrounding areas!  

Alyssa Cannon | 703-585-8167 | [email protected]www.alyssacannon.comwww.McEnearney.com

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What makes Barcroft a special neighborhood in Arlington?

Quietly tucked away near some major Arlington crossroads (Route 50, George Mason and Columbia Pike), Barcroft is a hidden neighborhood convenient for commuters but with a small community feel.

In the heart is the Barcroft Community Center, a historic landmark constructed in 1908 originally as a church and sold to the Barcroft School and Civic League in 1914. The Barcroft School and Civic League website states, “Today it is Arlington’s last remaining one-room schoolhouse — a living tribute to the sleepy, rural place that Arlington once was. Over a century later, it remains the heart of the community — its ownership shared by the members of the BSCL, it is where the neighborhood meets to celebrate, learn, and conduct business.”

Known for being a friendly neighborhood, Barcroft sponsors a number of community events including: “its annual Fourth of July Parade and picnic to a Holiday program with a visit from Santa Claus, meet-the-candidates nights before elections, spaghetti dinners, Easter egg hunts and National Night Out ice cream socials. These events retain the strong spirit of community first developed here over 100 years ago. (source: www.bscl.org).” Most of the homes in this neighborhood were built in the 1930-1970 era with some new home builds recently, including condominiums and apartments.

Also nearby is Columbia Pike, with many shops and restaurants and the newly-built Centro anchored by a Harris Teeter, and Route 50 with many more amenities. On the eastern border of Barcroft is the wonderful Alcova Heights Park — a 13-acre park that includes a playground, baseball field, basketball court and sand volleyball court. On the southwestern border is the beautiful Four Mile Run Park which runs parallel to the Four Mile Run stream and connects to the W&OD Trail.

Interestingly, the name does not derive from its length which is actually 9.4 miles long and takes you all the way to the Shirlington business district.

Connect with neighborhood experts Susan Sarcone and Mitchell Schneider to learn more about Barcroft and other surrounding areas!

Susan Sarcone and Mitchell Schneider | 703-795-6772 | [email protected] and [email protected] | www.McEnearney.com

Important Barcroft (and Nearby) Neighborhood Resources

For 40 years, McEnearney Associates has been a premiere residential, commercial and property management firm with 11 offices located in the Washington metro region. With service excellence, hyper-local expertise, powerful data insights, innovative technology and cutting-edge marketing, McEnearney Associates have helped their clients make informed decisions on their most valuable real estate investments. There is an important difference at McEnearney: It’s not about us, it’s about you. To learn more, visit us at www.McEnearney.com.

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What makes Columbia Pike a special neighborhood in Arlington?

How much time do you have? Take a seat ’cause there is so much to say about Columbia Pike! Not only was it one of the oldest thoroughfares in Arlington, it was the site of freedom after the Emancipation Proclamation, the location for three of the first communications towers in the region, and a central main street for many businesses and organizations.

Fun facts, the first Five Guys location and the original all-night Bob & Edith’s Diner started right off the Pike. Also, home to many amazing ethnically-diverse and culturally-rich restaurants and businesses. New mixed-use developments have also emerged, such as Penrose Square which includes a public plaza with a splash park for kids and outdoor movies. The residential areas include everything from condominiums, apartments, townhouses and single family homes.

More local favorites are the landmark Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse, the Farmers Market at Pike Park, Rebellion on the Pike, L.A. Bar and Grill, and Thai Square. The Black Heritage Museum of Arlington is also on the Pike. The location is minutes to Washington, D.C., Alexandria, and many other central neighborhoods throughout Virginia.

Known for its wonderful walkability, access to public transportation, and thriving shops, restaurants and entertainment centers, Columbia Pike is one of the most unique neighborhoods in Arlington.

Connect with neighborhood expert Nick Kuhn to learn more about Columbia Pike and other surrounding areas!

Nick Kuhn | 703-671-5225 | [email protected]www.McEnearney.com

Important Columbia Pike (and Nearby) Neighborhood Resources

For 40 years, McEnearney Associates has been a premiere residential, commercial and property management firm with 11 offices located in the Washington metro region. With service excellence, hyper-local expertise, powerful data insights, innovative technology and cutting-edge marketing, McEnearney Associates have helped their clients make informed decisions on their most valuable real estate investments. There is an important difference at McEnearney: It’s not about us, it’s about you. To learn more, visit us at www.McEnearney.com.

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What makes Arlington Heights a special neighborhood in Arlington?

Arlington Heights is a hidden gem located just 3.5 miles from Washington and convenient to many neighborhoods throughout Arlington and Northern Virginia.

What many people don’t know is that Arlington Heights is on the National Register of Historic Places which contains 737 contributing buildings including the newly opened restaurant, Ruthie’s All-Day, located in a historic mid-century modern chocolate factory! The neighborhood has a storybook vibe of tree-lined streets with a wide variety of housing including single family homes, townhomes, apartments and condominiums.

Arlington Heights is also home to Thomas Jefferson Community & Fitness Center, a central recreation center for all Arlington residents with tennis courts, a soccer field, a diamond field and a playground (fun fact: location of the Arlington County Fair — the largest free event on the East Coast drawing over 84,000 people for this amazing annual event).

Adjacent to Thomas Jefferson Middle School and Community & Fitness Center, is the newly built net-zero energy elementary school, Alice W. Fleet. Named after an African American educator and trailblazer.

Connect with neighborhood expert Susan Minnick to learn more about Arlington Heights and other surrounding areas!

Susan Minnick | 703-585-1861 | [email protected]www.thesistersareselling.com.

Important Arlington Heights (and Nearby) Neighborhood Resources

For 40 years, McEnearney Associates has been a premiere residential, commercial and property management firm with 11 offices located in the Washington metro region. With service excellence, hyper-local expertise, powerful data insights, innovative technology and cutting-edge marketing, McEnearney Associates have helped their clients make informed decisions on their most valuable real estate investments. There is an important difference at McEnearney: It’s not about us, it’s about you. To learn more, visit us at www.McEnearney.com.

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What makes Lee Heights a special neighborhood in Arlington?

Lee Heights has an “urban meets suburban” element that is so unique. Having shops and restaurants at one end of the neighborhood and trails at the other end is a huge factor in why this is such a popular area of Arlington.

The variety of architectural styles, lot topography and house sizes appeals to a broad spectrum of tastes and housing needs.

Lee Heights has a very friendly community feel, and it is very common to see your neighbors out and about every day walking their dogs, at block parties, grabbing coffee at Lee Heights or out for a walk on the trails.

I moved here from New York City over 20 years ago and raised both my boys here — I can’t picture living anywhere else.

Connect with neighborhood expert Sarah Picot to learn more about Lee Heights and other surrounding areas!

Sarah Picot | 202-251-5635 | [email protected] | www.SarahPicot.net

More About Lee Heights

Just 10 minutes from Washington, D.C., Lee Heights is a community located in Arlington, Virginia.

A vibrant neighborhood along the newly named Langston Boulevard, Lee Heights is home to Lee Heights Shops, which features numerous boutiques including Arrowine & Cheese (offering hand-selected wines and cheeses from all around the world), Pastries by Randolph, Lemoncello, Bartons Child’s Play and newly opened Cafe Colline. Additionally, the renowned Metro 29 Diner is a local favorite — visited by President Joe Biden and “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” host Guy Fieri!

Lee Heights is known for having easy access to a commercial corridor while having a neighborhood feel with a variety of housing options, great playgrounds, walking trails and farmers markets — so much more to explore!

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Important Lee Heights (and Nearby) Neighborhood Resources

For 40 years, McEnearney Associates has been a premiere residential, commercial and property management firm with 11 offices located in the Washington metro region. With service excellence, hyper-local expertise, powerful data insights, innovative technology and cutting-edge marketing, McEnearney Associates have helped their clients make informed decisions on their most valuable real estate investments. There is an important difference at McEnearney: It’s not about us, it’s about you. To learn more, visit us at www.McEnearney.com.

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Hello! We are McEnearney Associates Realtors, and we have partnered with ARLnow to launch a new community video series highlighting neighborhoods in Arlington and beyond that we absolutely love!

For more than 40 years, we have served the greater Washington metro region, specifically the Arlington community, with our hyperlocal real estate knowledge, and we want to give you the insider’s scoop on all things amazing that we love in the communities where we have lived and worked for so many years.

Follow us every other week as we cover neighborhoods in Arlington and the surrounding areas, and show your support in the comments below!

For 40 years, McEnearney Associates has been a premiere residential, commercial and property management firm with 11 offices located in the Washington metro region. With service excellence, hyper-local expertise, powerful data insights, innovative technology and cutting-edge marketing, McEnearney Associates have helped their clients make informed decisions on their most valuable real estate investments. There is an important difference at McEnearney: It’s not about us, it’s about you. To learn more, visit us at www.McEnearney.com.

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The Arlington neighborhood of Bluemont is a quiet suburb outside of Ballston, but what separates it from the neighboring suburbs? Let’s take a closer look at what makes Bluemont stand out from the rest.

About the Neighborhood

Bluemont is one of the larger suburban neighborhoods in Arlington, along the lengthy Wilson Boulevard that stretches across the entire county. Most of the retail and amenities are positioned along this road out of an abundance of convenience. This neighborhood stands as a great example of why people love living in Arlington.

The neighborhood is broken into several subdivisions, such as Brockwood, Lacey Forest and Brandon Village. Both to the north and south of Wilson Boulevard are the residential sections — quiet, tree-lined streets that see little traffic. Between Virginia Square and East Falls Church, Bluemont is a wonderful family-friendly location with easy access to public transportation and much to do when it comes to fun and activities.

Like most suburban areas in Arlington, Bluemont has those calm, relaxing characteristics that counter the fast-paced, bustling city life. Yet, for being such a quiet area, it has a surprisingly appreciable nightlife and contains plenty of places to frequent, with even more just next door in Ballston.

Top Places in Bluemont

Wilson Boulevard Restaurants

Along the main road are several reputable restaurants consisting of a variety of cultural cuisines. Choose from Pupatella for pizza, King of Koshary for Egyptian dishes, Layalina for Lebanese and Syrian cuisine, or Istanbul Grill, which is a Turkish restaurant near the edge of town. It’s not uncommon to find these places packed to the brim.

Arlington Forest Club

One of the neighborhood gems is a local tennis and swim club. Residents appreciate The Arlington Forest Club as a great place to maintain a healthy lifestyle with several available wellness programs. It also offers private swim lessons for kids of all ages.

Bluemont Junction Trail

The Bluemont Junction Trail runs from one end of the neighborhood to the other. The span of this trail is a biker’s dream. It’s no surprise Bluemont has a strong bike score of 83 — getting around town is a breeze. At the very end it meets with two large parks full of picnic tables and various outdoor activities.

Bon Air Park

Extending from north to south along the west side of the neighborhood are two parks, one of those being Bon Air Park. This park is home to a beautiful rose garden filled with over 120 different types of roses. It’s an ideal spot to relax and take in the scenery. But the garden isn’t the only attraction here. Picnic areas and playgrounds are available for a fun family day outdoors.

Living in Bluemont

One of the more appealing aspects of Bluemont is easy access to public transportation. There’s no Metro station within its borders, but the Ballston Station is a couple blocks outside of the neighborhood. And given the fact that Bluemont is a mere mile wide, getting to the train station from the western-most side doesn’t take long.

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Being close to the Department of Defense’s headquarters may sound serious, but Pentagon City is a much more relaxed community, with plenty in the way of leisure and luxury. Follow the Keri Shull Team as we list a number of reasons Pentagon City is a cherished neighborhood of Arlington.

About the Neighborhood

Pentagon City, located in the southeast sector of the county, adjacent to the airport, is a relatively young district when compared to others in Arlington. Its origin only goes as far back as the 1940s, and the commercial sections surfaced much later. But what it lacks in history, it makes up for in current appeal.

Less than a mile to the north is the Pentagon, which explains how this neighborhood got its name. The Department of Defense headquarters isn’t the only structure of note nearby. Right around the corner are tourist attractions like the Arlington National Cemetery and Pentagon Memorial, an outdoor monument memorializing the victims who lost their lives during the Sept. 11 attack on the Pentagon. A series of illuminated benches are arranged within the memorial grounds, each containing the name and age of a victim.

Characterized by its developed urban layout, the city can be best compared to Rosslyn with its multi-story buildings, busy streets and bustling sidewalks lined with retail and restaurants. Shopping centers, fine dining and community events give this neighborhood a lot of charisma, which is why it’s such a popular place to live outside of D.C.

Top Places in Pentagon City

Pentagon Row

Pentagon Row is a stretch of commercial and residential buildings at the center of the neighborhood. It comprises several luxury apartment complexes, and these residents have the pleasure of enjoying events held at the Row’s plaza — everything from movie screenings to the Sip & Stroll policy allowing you to walk around a designated area with drink in tow. During the winter months, the second largest ice skating rink is open to the public. If there’s not enough here, right across the street is an even larger span of retail space.

Fashion Centre

Conveniently linked to the Metro station is a multi-level shopping mall. The Fashion Centre is the biggest enclosed mall in Arlington, so it sees a lot of foot traffic. And with well over 150 stores, it’s easy for those who love shopping to spend a Saturday going from one department store to the next.

Virginia Highlands Park

Find 18 acres of sports grounds, playgrounds and green space to the south of Fashion Centre. Visitors can reserve space for basketball, baseball, volleyball and tennis, or one of the many picnic areas. There are plenty of options for outdoor fun with family and friends, including an extravagant splash pad to cool off during the hot summer months. The Virginia Highlands Park is a short walk from the Metro station and has free parking, so it’s easily accessible for residents and local visitors.

Living in Pentagon City

Residents of Pentagon City enjoy all the conveniences that come with living in a commercialized area. They have access to excellent food and entertainment. Washington D.C., with all its sight-seeing and amenities, is just on the other side of the Potomac, and the Pentagon City Metro station is located at the heart of the neighborhood — within walking distance for many!

Real estate in this neighborhood consists mostly of high-rise apartment complexes, like the Gramercy and Park at Pentagon Row to name only a couple.

Due to the location and host of local businesses, Pentagon City is a popular destination for young professionals, especially with it being the site of Amazon’s HQ2. Even with busy peak hours, the Metro is the preferred mode of transportation for commuters.

Right now, real estate is still red hot in areas like Pentagon City, in part due to low interest rates and continuous development. If you’re looking for a change of scenery, one that supports a more active lifestyle, then Pentagon City is the next best place outside of living in D.C.

You can contact the Keri Shull Team to get priority access to homes in this neighborhood that haven’t been seen by anyone else yet — we’d love to help you find your dream home.

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This neighborhood shines as a model suburb with its quiet streets, but does that mean it’s on the outside looking in when it comes to all the fun? Join us, the Keri Shull Team, as we go over reasons why East Falls Church has much to write home about.

About East Falls Church

East Falls Church is a residential area that neighbors the City of Falls Church, a small Virginian city outside of Arlington that’s jam-packed with history and character.

The name Falls Church comes from a church near the center of the city. The historic church started holding services as early as 1769, and it has been in use ever since. Located at the corner of Broad Street and Lee Highway, the church is part of a list of landmark sites along a Civil War trail, an honorable mention for top places where you can uncover every bit of history packed into this area.

East Falls Church came about as a result of the ballooning population spreading outward from the city. As a result, proximity to the city of Falls Church offers Arlington residents the luxury of sharing in some of the city’s best places. Those living to the east may be separated from the city lines, but that simply means they get the best of both worlds.

Top Places Near East Falls Church

Eden Center

Across the southwest border of the neighborhood is a strip mall of Vietnamese markets and restaurants. The Eden Center is recognized by its decorative entranceway ushering visitors to a host of available goods from over a hundred businesses. As one of the largest Asian shopping centers on the east coast, it is very much a tourist attraction, yet for those living nearby, it’s a delightful spot to enjoy delicious food and attend events that celebrate Vietnamese culture.

Tinner Hill Road

A two-block stretch of road intersecting Lee Highway is where an early branch of the NAACP was formed back in 1915. At the time, the community living around Tinner Hill Road represented one of the earliest resistance efforts against racial segregation and gerrymandering. The efforts of the community to bring about change are commemorated by both a park and stone archway along this historic roadway.

The State Theatre

Smack-dab at the heart of Falls Church is the State Theatre. The venue hosts sold-out shows on the weekends, mostly live musical performances and stand-up comedy. The theater doubles as a restaurant with a full menu of appetizers, entrees and specialty cocktails so you can rock and roll all night with one of the many cover bands on its schedule. Nearby are stores for musical instruments and vintage records for a fitting encore.

Creative Cauldron

The Creative Cauldron, a unique space for celebrating local art, is tucked away on S. Maple Avenue in Falls Church. This art venue is known for both live shows and encouraging creativity through various art classes, offered to both kids and adults. Plays, musical performances, art classes — this is another example of the type of entertainment bubbling within the city.

Benjamin Banneker Park

While there are many great places to visit close to the neighborhood, East Falls Church is still home to a few of its own, including Benjamin Banneker Park. The park is newly renovated as of 2020, with two separate playgrounds for children of various ages, and it has a large dog park for pet owners. Closer to the center of the neighborhood is an equally pleasant and well-kept park, that being Tuckahoe Park.

Living in East Falls Church

The neighborhood of East Falls Church is cherished by its residents as a great place to live in Arlington. Residents have convenient access to excellent dining options all along S. Washington Street and E. Broad Street in the neighboring city, which is easily accessible via I-66. However, they also have access to quality options within Arlington that are even closer — places like La Côte D’Or Café with its classic French menu or Chasin’ Tails for seafood. Both are local favorites.

Getting around East Falls Church is easiest with personal transportation, and most commuters find local throughways to be best for everyday travel. The neighborhood does, however, have a Metro station along the Orange Line. Residents living in the southern portion have an easy walk to the station, which makes public transit to D.C. and elsewhere a reasonable choice for some who prefer to avoid DC traffic.

The common style for homes seen in the area is a single-family colonial, but there are townhouses in some parts as well. Residents consist almost entirely of homeowners, and families enjoy an exceptional school system.

For more information about living in Arlington, you can visit the Keri Shull Team website. We’re happy to answer your questions about living in East Falls Church or any of the surrounding neighborhoods.

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When we think of Rosslyn, one thing immediately comes to mind: business district. But is this neighborhood all work and no play?

Let’s take a look at what makes the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington more than a fancy suit and yet another unique place with a ton of personality that many love to call home.

About the Neighborhood

Rosslyn is an urban area that incorporates both North Rosslyn and Radnor-Fort Myer Heights, just down the road from Clarendon. The Rosslyn neighborhood is characterized by multi-story buildings that tower over Washington, D.C. and its mandated limits on building heights. Just on the other side of the Potomac from Georgetown and D.C., Rosslyn serves as a convenient destination for professionals working in and around the area.

The section bordering the Potomac was once a disreputable town before the industrial period, but it has since matured and become one of the best places to live in Arlington. Its real estate potential was realized in the late 1800s, which is part of the reason it now stands as a flourishing commercial district within the county. Rosslyn is a hub for business and development with many consumer amenities for its residents.

But there’s a lot more to this area than being home to Fortune 500 companies and retail — it’s home to much more, including parks, memorials, tourist attractions, fine dining and trails, which comprise some of our favorite places.

Top Places in the Neighborhood

The View of DC

What a can’t-miss view from the top of the Central Place Tower, Arlington’s tallest building! Over 30 stories up is an observation deck that provides a stunning panoramic view of D.C. The first floor has floor-to-ceiling windows, and visitors can walk around an outdoor terrace on the second floor for an experience unlike anything else in Arlington.

Freedom Park

Freedom Park is a welcomed retreat nestled between buildings. The two-block park may be small, but walkways lined with floral plots give it big park character. It serves as a scenic throughway for foot traffic with plenty of seating and umbrellas to relax and step away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

US Marine Corps War Memorial

While technically not within the Rosslyn borders and not part of any neighborhood, the Marine Corps Memorial is still worth mentioning as it is easily accessible for those visiting or living nearby, not to mention it represents a significant moment in history. The memorial captures the moment six Marines raised the flag during the Battle of Iwo Jima. During the summer, you can catch sunset parades held at the memorial.

Custis Trail

A hilly four-mile trail cuts through the heart of North Rosslyn, that being Custis Trail. The paved trail runs parallel with I-66 and is a convenient path for cyclists and runners. Those four miles extend from the Mount Vernon Trail, which leads to Potomac River crossings and the DC area, all the way west to Bon Air Park.

Restaurants Near the Metro

The Rosslyn station is on N. Moore Street, which is near many reputable restaurants, including award-winning Open Road. Because of the options and accessibility of this northeast region of Rosslyn, it has become a popular destination for fine dining.

Living in Rosslyn

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Donaldson Run is recognized as one of the best places to live in Virginia partly for its tree-covered scenery and parks, but how well does it preserve that reputation? We’ve put together our top places that we believe make this neighborhood an Arlington favorite.

About the Neighborhood

Donaldson Run shares its name with the stream that runs through the center of the neighborhood and flows into the Potomac. The area was once farmland, and the Donaldson name goes back to one of the early farming families who shuttled crops to and from Georgetown.

The Donaldson Run stream has been part of an ongoing restoration project since 2004 to mitigate some of the erosion along its banks. Since that time, the stream has regained much of its flow and vegetation, giving the brilliant terrain new life. A community of volunteers in the Donaldson Run Civic Association are part of a wider initiative to help preserve the features that give this neighborhood a charming and relaxed feel.

As for the residential areas, they comprise a small community of mostly homeowners. Common styles for homes are ramblers and colonials, but there is a fair share of Cape Cods and split levels as well. It’s not uncommon to see homebuyers looking to this neighborhood for more space. For transportation, residents rely mostly on their own vehicles, with the Ballston Metro being the closest option. However, commutes to D.C. are relatively short. Residents also enjoy convenient access to hiking trails to step away and get a breath of fresh air, which brings us to our favorite places…

Top Places in Donaldson Run

With the amount of green space here, it’s no surprise this list is dominated by parks that rival some of the best picnic spots in Arlington. Here’s our list of top places in the neighborhood:

  • Potomac Overlook Regional Park: East of Donaldson Run stream is the Potomac Overlook Regional Park. Enjoy nearly two miles of easy hiking trails to go along with outdoor activities for family trips. The park includes campfire sites, an amphitheater for outdoor concerts, and a Nature Center with educational exhibits on surrounding wildlife. At its northeastern tip is a scenic overlook with a can’t-miss view.
  • Zachary Taylor Park: Inside Zachary Taylor Park, you’ll find a creekside trail that runs through the neighborhood, perfect for a relaxed walk. Small cascades along the creek ferry water to Donaldson Run, giving this park an especially calm atmosphere. The trail is considered to be very easy and can even be taken on with a stroller in hand.
  • Lee Heights Park: Lee Heights is a small three-acre park of open space with benches to relax on. Visitors can sit back and cherish the peace and quiet that Donaldson Run is known for.
  • Donaldson Run Trail: This is a heavily wooded trail that makes you forget you’re mere miles from a major city. The Donaldson Run Trail is a moderate two-mile hike, and it runs in a loop along the eastern side of the neighborhood, with several twists and turns for more adventurous trail seekers.
  • Marymount University: And finally we have Marymount University, a quiet and picturesque campus to the southwest of Donaldson Run. A bike trail runs from the edge of the small campus all the way to Zachary Taylor Park, giving bikers an amazing route to travel.

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