Black Oak Cluster

Arlington, Virginia

Black Oak Cluster

Welcome to the Black Oak Cluster website. 

Black Oak Cluster, also known as "Black Oaks," is a community of 39 two-story single-family homes located on four culs-de-sac off North Albemarle Street, next to Jamestown Elementary School, in Arlington, Virginia.  Black Oaks was built in the 1970's on one of the last tracts of oak forest in North Arlington; it was the first cluster development of single-family homes approved by Arlington County.  

Residents have easy access to Georgetown and Washington, DC, McLean/Tysons Corner and Falls Church, Virginia, as well as all of Arlington.  Black Oaks is served by Arlington Rapid Transit (ART) bus #53, which runs weekdays between the East Falls Church and Ballston Metro stations; bus stops are conveniently located at the top of North Albemarle Street on North Glebe Road.

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Link to Black Oak Cluster Neighborhood Map [picture]