Cherrydale is a charming Arlington suburb sitting to the north of the Orange Line Corridor and the bustling areas of Clarendon and Virginia Square. Perfect for people who work in Arlington or attend school at one of the institutions in the area, the neighborhood offers convenient commutes for residents, as it is bordered on the south by I-66 and stretches across US-29.
Cherrydale’s history traces back to the late 1800s when a post office, named after a nearby cherry orchard, opened in the area. Today, Cherrydale’s historic appeal is evident in its well-maintained early 1900s single-family homes. The neighborhood allows for easy access to the nearby Virginia Square and Ballston Metro stops with all the conveniences of DC and NoVA at your fingertips. Paired with the peaceful streets and lush green space, Cherrydale exudes a classic, suburban feel and serves as a quiet oasis between busier areas.