Arlingwood, a locality located in the city of Jacksonville, Florida, is inhabited by a populace of 5,874 individuals. Arlingwood is nestled in the confines of Duval County. The living experience in Arlingwood is characterized by a sparsely populated suburban atmosphere where the majority of the inhabitants own their place of residence. Arlingwood is a popular residence for retirees, and the residents lean towards a moderate political ideology. The quality of education imparted by public schools in Arlingwood is ranked higher than average.

The median value of the real estate in the Arlingwood community is estimated at $258,569, which is comparably lower than 74.3% of the neighborhoods across Florida and 60.3% of the neighborhoods in the United States as a whole. The prevalent rental price in Arlingwood is $2,109, which is currently more affordable than the rental rates in 77.3% of the neighborhoods in Florida.

Residential real estate in Arlingwood is dominated by moderately sized single-family homes, ranging from three to four bedrooms, as well as a small studio to two-bedroom apartments and high-rise complexes. The dwellings in the Arlingwood neighborhood are generally older, established homes built between 1940 and 1969. A few residences in the area were also constructed between 2000 and the present.

Arlingwood is served by several noteworthy public schools, including Stanton College Preparatory, Paxon School for Advanced Studies, Darnell Cookman Middle/High School, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, and River City Science Academy Middle-High School.

The Arlingwood neighborhood is home to lower-middle-income residents, which places it in the below-average income category. In fact, this area has an income that is lower than 83.5% of neighborhoods across the entire United States. Unfortunately, the neighborhood also has a relatively high rate of childhood poverty, with 40.7% of children living below the federal poverty line. This percentage is higher than 89.0% of neighborhoods across the U.S.

In the Arlingwood community, the majority of the working people, approximately 40.8%, are employed in sales and service jobs, from big sales accounts to working fast food restaurants. The second most significant occupational group in this neighborhood is composed of executive, management, and professional occupations, with 23.4% of the residents employed. Other residents are employed in manufacturing and laborer occupations, comprising about 20.9%, while 14.9% work in clerical, assistant, and tech support occupations.

The Arlingwood neighborhood is home to a variety of languages spoken by its residents. The dominant language used here is English, which is spoken by approximately 80.1% of households. Other significant languages spoken in this Jacksonville neighborhood are Spanish, French, and Tagalog, which is the primary language of the Philippines region.

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