This contemporary home is in one of Arlington’s older neighborhoods — Barcroft. Featuring an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, large windows letting sun pour in, split-level living space and a open carport — this is contemporary living at its best. Common in the 1950s and ’60s, some architectural historians credit the invention of the split-level design to Frank Lloyd Wright, who incorporated a split between public and private spaces in some of his prairie-style houses.
This four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 4844 7th Street South just went on the market for $685,000 and will be open Sunday (10/26) from 1-4 PM. For the full listing, click here.
On occasion, Preservation Arlington will highlight unique historic houses that are on the market in Arlington County. We hope to raise awareness of some of the true housing gems we have here. Some might be in great condition and just need to be maintained by their next owner, while others may need a steward with heart and passion to restore and stabilize the property. These are not commercial listings or endorsements by Preservation Arlington.