Berkshire Oakwood is a well-established community of single-family homes in Arlington, VA. The community sits less than 9 miles from Washington D.C. and is within walking distance of the East Falls Metro Station, along with shops and restaurants. This quiet neighborhood features a unique mixture of architecture, ranging from vintage Tudor and Cape Cod to Colonial and Modern.
Although the first homes in Berkshire Oakwood were built around 1938, construction has steadily continued over the years. Homes range from a cozy 1,330 square feet to a very spacious 6,290 square feet and include 3-6 bedrooms and 2-5 or more bathrooms. Some of the newer homes also include an attached garage and all have a private backyard, some of which are fenced.
While some of the older homes at Berkshire Oakwood have retained most of their original charm, such as arched entryways and cedar closets, others have been extensively remodeled from top to bottom. Regardless of when the homes were built, they all feature detailed craftsmanship. A fireplace, sunroom, crown moulding and private deck can be found in most of the community’s homes.
None of the homes at Berkshire Oakwood are identical, giving prospective buyers the chance to find the unique gem that is just right for their needs.
Berkshire Oakwood residents can walk to many of their favorite shops and restaurants, as well as the Lee Community Center. Williamsburg Shopping Center is one option that includes a wide variety of stores, including CVS, Jin’s Cleaners, Two the Moon, hair and nail salons, as well as restaurants, such as Williamsburg Deli, Peking Pavilion, and Smoking Kow BBQ.
Lee Harrison Shopping Center is also right down the road, allowing for easy access to Harris Teeter, Commonwealth Medical Center, hair and nail salons, Perfect Pointe, and Jhoon Rhee Martial Arts. Dining options include family-owned pie-tanza, where Italian food and gourmet wood-fired pizza are always available in a family friendly environment, and Sushi-Zen, also family-owned and voted Best Sushi Restaurant in Arlington. La Moo Creamery and Duck Donuts offer a sweet treat after shopping.
Lee Community Center is also within walking distance of Berkshire Oakwood. Families with younger kids can participate in Cooperative Playgroup twice a week, while all ages are invited to Lee’s Arts Center. Outside the community center are a lighted basketball court, children’s playground, baseball field, and butterfly garden.
The community provides easy access to multiple trails that run along the Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail, which is perfect for residents who like to jog, walk or bike.
Students living at Berkshire Oakwood attend Nottingham Elementary School, Yorktown Middle School, and Williamsburg High School.
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