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The Waycroft-Woodlawn neighborhood in Northern Arlington county is bounded by Glebe Road, George Mason Drive, I-66, and 17th Street North.
Approximately 1200 people reside in over 500 single-family homes that are an architectural mix of bungalow, Cape Cod, craftsman, colonial revival, rambler and cottage styles, many of which were constructed between 1930 and 1960.
I-66 runs through the SW corner of Waycroft Woodlawn’s boundaries, providing easy access to DC, the Dulles Access road and the Beltway. Glebe Road leads to Ballston’s Metro station, shopping and dining. the Martha Custis bike trail, Metro and ART buses offer additional transportation options.
Waycroft-Woodlawn neighborhood amenities include 13-acre Lacey Woods Park at the corner of George Mason and Washington Blvd., Woodlawn Park at 14th and N Buchanan, and Virginia Hospital Center.