Adams Square is a community of townhomes in Arlington, VA. The traditional-style townhomes were built in the late 1980s and are along South Wise Street. They measure just over 1,000 square feet and are split over three levels. Each property has either two or three bedrooms and two or three bathrooms.
The convenient location is one of the things that the residents love the most about living in Adams Square. It is ideally located for getting around the local area and into Washington D.C., regardless of whether they use public transport or drive.
Despite Adams Square being within a built-up residential area, there are many outdoor spaces nearby. The residents love that they are within walking distance of open and green spaces.
Adams Square townhomes are split over three levels. The basement level is a versatile space that residents can use for many purposes. Some residents have used the space as a den, a home office, a gym, or simply for additional storage space. However, the attic and closets throughout the properties offer ample space for storage.
The properties benefit from an enclosed patio area to the rear of the townhomes. It gives the residents the perfect space for enjoying the outdoors, al fresco dining, or entertaining guests.
Adams Square is in a fantastic location for getting around Arlington and for commuting into Washington D.C. It is close to Arlington Boulevard, South Washington Boulevard, and Interstate 395. Therefore, it is easy to access the surrounding area by car.
Those who use public transport can catch the bus from one of the stops on 2nd Street, which is just one block away. The closest Metro station is Clarendon on Clarendon Boulevard, and there are also bus routes that stop at the station.
There are many outdoor spaces in the area around Adams Square. These include Penrose Park, Towers Park, and Butler Homes Park. Other leisure activities nearby include Fort Myer Fitness Center and Fort Myer Bowling Center. Furthermore, there are several eateries and shops within walking distance of the neighborhood.
In other parts of Arlington, some of the top activities include the Washington & Old Dominion Trail, the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, Gravelly Point, the DEA Museum & Visitors Center, Arlington Arts Center, Upton Hill Regional Park, Mount Vernon Trail, Arlington Historical Museum, Long Branch Nature Center & Park, and Arlington House.
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