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Housing Styles & Prices In Cherrydale

Housing Styles & Prices In the Cherrydale neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia by Meg Ross, Arlington Realtor

Known for both its history and small-town feel, the Arlington County neighborhood of Cherrydale is home to about 1,400 households.

Residences in this area are dominated by single-family homes in a wide range of styles, including:

Numerous townhome developments, condominiums and apartments can also be seen throughout the neighborhood as well.

Most of the homes in Cherrydale were built between 1900 and 1930, as the area developed.

Today, many of Cherrydale’s original 2- and 3-bedroom homes have been updated or expanded; and in some areas of the neighborhood, a rising number of larger 5- and 6-bedroom newer homes are replacing original residences.

The average price of a home in Cherrydale is $1,651,935.

The average year-to-date sales price for a single-family home in Cherrydale as of Dec. 31, 2023, was $1.65 million.


  • The lowest SFH sales price in Cherrydale was $702,000
  • and the highest was $2.66 million
  • It took an average of 37 days to sell a home in Cherrydale.

Such trends are, in large part, influenced by Cherrydale’s various amenities, which include access to Arlington County schools, the Metro, and the District of Columbia. These factors make Cherrydale a highly sought after neighborhood.

Thus, homebuying in Cherrydale can be very competitive.

Have questions? Or want to buy or sell in Arlington, Virginia?

Meg Ross, Top Realtor in Arlington County, Virginia