Westover is a historic community in Arlington, Virginia. The neighborhood is located on the National Register of Historic Places and has been called a “true model of mid-century urbanism.” Homes here are typically single-family homes, or low-rise apartments.
The community has been for most of its history and remains a “pedestrian friendly” neighborhood, in which its residents enjoy walking to shops and work as well as public transportation. Westover is conveniently located in between the East Falls Church and Ballston stations of the Orange Line on the Washington Metro system.
Some of Arlington’s landmark institutions are located within Westover, including Lebanese Taverna and The Lost Dog Café--a popular pizza and sandwich shop founded in the 1980’s. Other shopping and dining opportunities can be found in Westover Shopping Center, including an ice cream and coffee shop, a 7-11, the Stray Cat (Lost Dog's feline counterpart) and Westover Market--a family owned and operated grocery store.
Area schools include Washington-Lee and Yorktown high schools, Swanson Middle School, and McKinley and Tuckahoe elementary schools.
Area golf courses and country clubs include Washington Golf and Country Club, Pinecrest Golf Course, the Army Navy Country Club and Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland--home of the 2011 U.S. Open.
With so much to do, and a convenient location with easy access to Washington, D.C., Westover is the perfect area for everyone!