Clarendon has become well known for its eclectic mix of unique shops, trendy bars, and small restaurants. Today you will find luxury apartments and condominiums, office buildings, and upscale chain stores. Wilson Boulevard, one of the main thoroughfares is home of many of these restaurants and bars.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $475K
Lowest Price $3.4K
Highest Price $1.3M
Total Listings 14
Avg. Days On Market 23
Avg. Price/SQFT $456

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More About Clarendon

Clarendon and its closest neighbor Courthouse often battle as to where their boundaries are drawn. The closest approximation of its boundaries is at Lee Highway to the north, Kirkwood Road and Irving Street to the west, Route 50 to the south and southeast, and Barton and Veitch Streets to the east. While the history of the Clarendon community has its roots in the colonial era, it was often described to be more of a commercial than a residential area. With ebbs and flows to the health and success of the area, the opening of the Clarendon Metro station in December 1979 changed the area’s landscape forever.


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