The Avonlea/Eastview neighborhood of Chantilly, VA, is another urban neighborhood…
… made up of a pleasant mix of medium-sized homes of three to four bedrooms, town homes, and even single-family homes. The median home value in the Cedar Hunt neighborhood is $724,268, making it a relatively affordable option in the Chantilly area. Read next article.
Since the Avonlea/Eastview neighborhood is an urban area, rental properties are in high demand. As a result, rental prices in the Cedar Hunt neighborhood tend to be higher than in other Chantilly neighborhoods. You can rent a living space on average for around $4,358. This makes rentals more expensive than 97% of neighborhoods throughout the rest of Virginia, but still a relatively affordable option in the Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. area. Learn more.
The Avonlea/Eastview neighborhood, like Cedar Hunt, is one of the newest neighborhoods in the Chantilly area. Nearly 95% of the homes in this neighborhood are less than 20 years old, a higher percentage of new homes than the vast majority of other neighborhoods in Chantilly.
Many of the occupants of the Avonlea/Eastview neighborhood are highly educated executives, but there are also other academics and professionals, including folks with medical degrees and Ph.D.s, giving the neighborhood a very distinct academic flavor.
This is also a highly diverse neighborhood, with a high percentage of Indian residents, but also a healthy number of other nationalities. Residents speak English generally, but may also speak their own national language at home. So one of the languages of India, Chinese or any other language is fairly commonplace.