Alcova Heights is a neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia. It is located in the eastern part of Arlington, about three miles from Washington, D.C. between Route 50 and Columbia Pike, about a mile west of Arlington National Cemetery.
This subdivision is comprised mainly of single family homes that were built between 1920 and 1950. The style of homes here varies a lot, which makes for a fun eclectic architectural vibe. You’ll find bungalows, split levels, Colonials, and Cape Cods, to name of a few of the common types of properties.
Alcova Heights home owners enjoy being able to walk to restaurants and shops, being so close to DC, and yet still living in a peaceful suburb where you don’t feel like you’re in the middle of a bustling city.
Real estate in this community enjoys exceptionally strong demand among home buyers. The community is located in close proximity to major highways, which provides a variety of easy commuting options by bus and car.
The neighbors here are very involved, and the Alcova Heights Citizens Association plans numerous annual events, such as a block party in the summer, a Halloween party, and Christmas caroling.
The homes in the neighborhood are served by Barcroft Elementary School, Jefferson Middle School, and Wakefield High School.
Below, you’ll find a complete list of Alcova Heights homes that are currently for sale.
If you’re considering buying an Alcova Heights home, call me at 703-462-0700 or email me at DarrenRobertsonHomes@gmail.com. I’m an experienced agent who grew up in this area and knows the market here very well. I’m also a skilled negotiator who works hard to get my clients the best deal possible on their home purchase.
If you own a home in Alcova Heights and are curious about how much it’s worth, contact me for a no obligation, hassle free home valuation. This will give you a good idea of what your property is worth in today’s market.