Barcroft - A Neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Alexandria - Old Town

 

Barcroft, named after the same famous Civil War doctor who founded Lake Barcroft in Falls Church, is a small community of older, detached houses in South Arlington. Near Alcova Heights, Columbia Forest, and Forest Glen, Barcroft is convenient to Washington, DC, via Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard). The historic Barcroft Community House, built in 1908, serves as a meeting place for its residents.

 

Barcroft is bounded on the north by Arlington Boulevard, the east by George Mason Drive, the south by Columbia Pike, and the west by the Four Mile Run River.

 

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Rick Phillips Jr. is a certified residential appraiser licensed in Virginia and Washington, DC. Living in Fairfax County with a location in Arlington, Rick appraises houses in all of Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Rick writes about real estate appraisals, appraisal issues, seller and buyer issues, local neighborhoods and market areas, real estate agent tips, steps to understanding a home's value, and much more.