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Chain Bridge Forest Real Estate

Chain Bridge Forest is a small community of largely single family homes that spans the Arlington and Fairfax county lines.  As a result, a portion of the 278 residences have a McLean zip code.

The community first attracted notice in the 1970s with most of the homes built in the 1960s on spacious, tree-lined lots.  The housing stock is an eclectic mix of properties and architectural styles ranging from traditional colonials to contemporaries, as well as Spanish and Tudor models.  Many have been renovated to include new kitchens as well as expanded floor plans.  Residents are attracted by the serene setting which includes a number of parks and open areas as well as the community’s easy access to Washington, DC.

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Chain Bridge Forest Recent Sales

Chain Bridge Forest Recent Sales April 22, 2021
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Avg. DOM
$353.42
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,900,000
Med. List Price
1 Property

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