Local History

The Huntington neighborhood is known for its many two-story brick duplexes built in the 1940s to house veterans returning from World War II. In 1970, Metro acquired 20 acres of the nearby Mount Eagle property to build the Huntington Metro station, along the Yellow line, which now anchors the neighborhood.

Local Real Estate

The Huntington neighborhood is bordered to the west by Kings Highway, by Richmond Highway to the southeast, and to the south by Jefferson Manor. It is conveniently located near the Capital Beltway and George Washington Parkway. This area’s proximity to the Metro and various bus lines makes it a highly sought-after neighborhood. 

Today, Huntington is home to a mix of housing, including new construction high-rise condos and a few low, rambling garden apartments converted to condos. 2019 sales in Huntington were in the $400-$500K range for its two-bedroom, semi-detached homes. 

Local Entertainment

Take in dinner and a movie at the nearby Hoffman Center. Golfers can join one of two local country clubs. The Mount Vernon Rec Center offers both indoor ice skating and swimming year-round.

Local Favorites

Huntington residents are just a short Metro ride or drive to the shopping, dining, and culture of Old Town Alexandria. Nearby Duke Street restaurants such as Glory Days and Los Toltecos are very popular with residents.