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Country Club Hills Real Estate

Country Club Hills is an exclusive community of approximately 500 houses in North Arlington, Virginia, that is home to a who’s who of Arlington royalty.  The neighborhood takes its name from the nearby Washington Golf and Country Club that is a hub for social and recreational activities for the community.

Developed in the 1920s and 1940s on the former Civil War-era Grunwell estate, the Country Club Hills housing stock ranges from English Tudor, Colonial and Spanish haciendas to newly constructed homes and mansions.  Many of the newer homes are tear-downs and run in the multi-millions of dollars. The area’s tree-lined streets, rolling hills and easy access to the District help support the pricey cost of entrance.

Country Club Hills Homes For Sale

Country Club Hills Homes For Sale June 17, 2024
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Recently Sold Homes in Country Club Hills

Country Club Hills Recent Sales June 17, 2024
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