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Court House is a neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, that draws its name from the Arlington County government buildings, including a courthouse, jail and police headquarters, that are based there. Court House is also home to a mix of commercial properties, including Verizon, as well as high-rise condo developments, such as Odyssey, Park at Courthouse, and Williamsburg. Much of Court House’s appeal lies in its close proximity to the Orange Metro Line as well as the wealth of dining and entertainment options that are easily accessible by foot.
Court House is bounded by Lee Highway and Clarendon Boulevard to the north, Rt. 50/Arlington Boulevard on the south, N Barton Street on the west and N Rhodes Street to the east. The community is served by the Court House Metro station on the Orange Line