The East Arlington neighborhood has experienced much change over the last few decades, especially after the opening of the Alewife Red Line T Station in 1985, the Minuteman Bikeway in 1993, and the continued development of various types of condominiums. The housing stock of East Arlington, especially between the Center and Alewife was originally built in the early 1900s as two family homes, some still owned by their original families. Over time, an increasing number of these properties are being converted to condominiums. East Arlington provides a more urban lifestyle than most of Arlington by having the T, the bike path, bus lines and many shops and restaurants.
The real estate in East Arlington is primarily condominiums and two families, with a few exceptions. Here are the East Arlington properties that are currently available. If you would like to discuss a more specific property search, please reach out.