2330 14th St. N., Arlington, VA 22201
Year Built: 1996
Number of Units: 102
Sq. Ft. Range: 690 – 1,430 sq. ft.
Price Range: $385,000 – $757,000
Pet Policy: 1 pet, no weight restriction
Courthouse Hill is a modern, luxury condominium community. The grounds have a number of beautifully landscaped courtyards and an outdoor pool. Just blocks from the metro, Courthouse Hill is a very walkable location.
The condos at Courthouse Hill range from 1-3 bedrooms. Some units feature fireplaces and balconies. The condo fee includes outdoor pool, parking and fitness center. The building is secure entry, and there is a fenced-in area to store a bicycle. Each unit has washer/dryer hook-ups.
- Exercise room
- Party room
Located in the Courthouse neighborhood of Arlington, Courthouse Hill is also close to all that Clarendon has to offer. Courthouse metro is about a 7-minute walk and the Clarendon Metro is approximately a 9-minute walk. Clarendon Market Common is a short 6-minute walk. Nearby grocery stores (Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Giant and Safeway), pharmacies (Walgreen’s and CVS) and other everyday necessities are less than a mile away. Park your car and access everything you need by foot or bicycle. A large number of restaurants with a variety cuisines and great nightlife spots are close by. The area has an abundance of traditional and non-traditional gyms and fitness centers. Area parks include Rocky Run, Rhodeside, and James Hunter.
Accessing Arlington and DC from Courthouse Hill Condos
The Courthouse Hill condos are a convenient location for those who take public transportation or who wish to drive. The community is less than a 10-minute walk from the Courthouse or Clarendon Metro stations on the Orange and Silver Lines. The building’s location near Clarendon Blvd. provides easy access to I-66 and Hwy. 50, for commutes to Arlington, DC and Northern Virginia. Mostly flat terrain and excellent bike lanes, make bicycling a great alternative mode of transportation.
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