Arlington began its life as part of Washington, D.C., but now is considered a major residential area of Virginia. The region sits right on the bank of the Potomac River, resulting in heavy commuting activity between the two areas on a daily basis. Many people who work in the city choose to commute outward to homes for rent in areas like Arlington, seeking safe, happy and clean neighborhoods.
Entire neighborhoods in Arlington are listed as part of the National Register of Historic Places, making walking through the various areas interesting adventures. Simply strolling through one of the many regional hills and boroughs of the city allows for enhanced understanding of local history and gets you more in touch with the area.
Find Studio, 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom, 4 Bedroom rental houses within your budget in Arlington, Virginia. Or you can search for houses over 600 sq.ft, 800 sq.ft, 1000 sq.ft, 1200 sq.ft, 1400 sq.ft, 1600 sq.ft.
Many Rentals.com landlords in Arlington, Virginia are practicing social distancing and have started offering video tours of their properties. We recommend contacting landlords of properties you’re interested in and asking if they offer virtual tours over Facetime, Skype or Google Hangouts. Here are some best practices to guide you through finding your next rental home during these times.
Rentals.com was built with parents in mind. Within Arlington we have 1172 rental houses spread across multiple school districts. To help narrow your search, simply enter the school name within the Rentals.com search bar to find rental homes in that school district.