Search Listings

Virginia Square Real Estate

Virginia Square is a growing neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia, centered around the Virginia Square Station of the Orange Line of the Metro subway system.  Home to the Arlington campus of George Mason University, Virginia Square is also the site of the FDIC, and the main branch of the Arlington Public Library.  The housing stock includes single-family homes dating from the 1930s as well as a number of high-rise apartments and garden-style condos.

Traditionally a low-density community, Virginia Square is the focus of a number of newer residential luxury developments, including Quincy Plaza, The Joule, and The Monroe, among others.

Virginia Square Homes And Condos For Sale

Virginia Square Homes And Condos For Sale July 18, 2024
Avg. DOM
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
Med. List Price
4 Properties

Recently Sold Virginia Square Properties

Virginia Square Recent Sales July 18, 2024
Avg. DOM
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
Med. List Price
28 Properties
Page 1 of 3

Arlington Neighborhood Directory

This may be interesting for you!

Alexandria’s King Street is Royal

Photo: Kevin Harber King Street in Alexandria is the place to go for royal treatment, and it’s even easier to explore now that a section of it is vehicle-free. A stretch of the roadway from Lee to Union streets was permanently closed to ...

Read More
All Blog Posts
The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange Program. Real estate listings held by IDX Brokerage firms other than TTR Sotheby's International Realty are marked with the Internet Data Exchange logo or the Internet Data Exchange thumbnail logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing IDX Brokers. This information is provided exclusively for personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

The Broker providing these data believes them to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm them before relying on them in a purchase decision. Information deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.