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The Glebewood Village Historic District is a national historic district in north Arlington, Virginia comprised of 105 contributing buildings built between1937 and 1938, including the rowhouses located on N B randywine Street between Lee Hwy and 206 Place N orth and rowhouses on 21” Road between N Brand y wine Street and North Glebe Road.
There are seven individual blocks of Colonial Revival-style rowhouses in Glebewood Village , each block featuring between two and 39 rowhouses designed in three different Colonial Revival style s to break up uniformity . You’ll find homes with a mix of side-entry, center-entry, and Cape Cod designs. There’s no Glebewood Village HOA, but the general Glebewood community’s civic association is part of the Lee Highway Alliance, c. 2013. Glebewood Village was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 .
The Glebewood neighborhood offers a mix of townhouses, duplexes, apartments and some single-family homes . Streets are mostly cul-de-sacs , which reduces through-traffic. Glebewood ‘s access to Route 66 and George Washington Memorial Parkway makes commuting to DC and Alexandria simple and direct . The closest Metro station is Ballsto, between 10 and 25 minutes from Glebewood, depending on whether you’re walking or taking a bike or vehicle.
Arlington County parks bordering Glebewood are Slater Park and Langston-Brown Community & Senior Center and Park.
The Glebewood neighborhood is located between Waverly Hills and High View Park. its boundaries are Lee Highway(N), North Glebe Road (E), 20th Street North (S) and North Brandywine Street (W).