The Lee Heights apartments are located in the Waverly Hills neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia in Arlington County and is one of the best places to live in Virginia. In Waverly Hills there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Waverly Hills and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Waverly Hills are highly rated too!
An easy commute: Located not far from the Ballston station on Metro’s Orange and Silver lines, Waverly Hills is a community of 1,700 households.
Living there: Waverly Hills is roughly bounded by Old Dominion Drive (Lee Highway) to the north, North Utah Street to the east, Interstate 66 to the south and North Glebe Road to the west.
Schools: Glebe Elementary, Swanson Middle, Washington-Lee High, Yorktown High. To pinpoint your school, visit http://gis.arlingtonva.us/mapapps/schools.
Transit: The Ballston station on the Orange and Silver lines is the closest Metro stop; there are both Metro and Arlington County Transit (ART) buses. The 3Y Metrobus stops in Lee Heights en route to the McPherson Square Metro station Monday through Friday during rush hour, serving commuters to the District.