North Ridge, Alexandria, VA
The history of North Ridge, VA. North Ridge has many historical houses but Arnold Zimbro’s house seems to be very interesting.
This house was made by Arnold Zimbro, the house was believed to be used as a part of a hospital during the civil war. The house is closed today but you can still see it at 506 North Overlook Drive. There are plenty of theory’s on this house and how it was used, but based on the clues found deep inside the house most people still believe it was used as a hospital.
Places To Go
North Ridge has many parks, and some of them even allow you to bring along your furry friend(s). Monticello park is the biggest one of them all, a 3-mile park filled with trees and parks for little kids. A nice place to jog in the morning or to walk with friends located at 320 Beverley Dr, Alexandria, VA 22305.
The Demographics in North Ridge are 36% white, 34% Hispanic, 18% Asian, 7% African American, and 0% other. 16% of people from the age of 18-24, 8% from the age of 10-17, and 10% 10 and under.