Alcova Heights Homes For Sale in Arlington VA

Alcova Heights is a small, centrally located neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia, measuring half a square mile in size and home to approximately 2,000 residents. It is bounded by Arlington Blvd, to the north, N. Glebe Street to the east, Columbia Pike to the south, and George Mason Drive to the west. One of the older communities in the area, Alcova is actually a synonym for Alexandria County Virginia. To learn more about Alcova Heights homes for sale in Arlington VA, start viewing the active home listings below:

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811 S Randolph St

ARLINGTON, VA
$815,000

MLS#: VAAR155094
4 Bed, 3 Bath
2382 Sqft, 0.22 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #VAAR155718

4037 Columbia Pike

ARLINGTON, VA
$650,000

MLS#: VAAR155718
3 Bed, 2½ Bath
1654 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #VAAR155952

817 S Glebe Rd

ARLINGTON, VA
$525,000

MLS#: VAAR155952
3 Bed, 1 Bath
1178 Sqft, 0.08 Acres
Residential

 

More About Alcova Heights Homes For Sale

Alcova Heights Homes For Sale in Arlington VA Early homes in Alcova Heights tended to be small farm houses. The historically significant “Alcova House” recently came on the market, listed for $950,000. Initially a modest farm house built in 1836, the structure underwent a number of renovations and additions until it resembled the stately manor that exists today. The property reportedly served as Civil War headquarters for the Massachusetts regiment. Homes for sale in Alcova have a median value of $507,700 according to Zillow, and a median list price of $549,900 which represents a significant jump over the past year.

While Alcova Height's historical roots date far back, its more modern residential development began in 1915 when a former U.S. Senator, John Cloyd Byers, purchased a 142-acre farm and began subdividing the land and selling parcels at five cents per square foot. A majority of homes in the neighborhood were built between 1920 and 1950, with styles including Victorian, Colonial, Cape Cod and a number of Craftsman cottages. The Craftsman influence had remained constant, with a number of new custom homes borrowing freely from the architectural style that is associated with Sears Roebuck kit homes.

Alcova Heights is a highly sought after neighborhood with quiet tree-lined streets and the charming local Alcova Heights Park. The neighborhood is conveniently located for commuters who work in downtown Washington DC or other parts of the metro area. Communities that border Alcova Heights include Barcroft, Arlington Heights, Douglas Park and Buckingham. School age children can attend Barcroft Elementary, Jefferson Middle School and Wakefield High. For more information about Alcova Heights homes for sale in Arlington VA, contact us today at (202) 798-3600.

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Listing information last updated on October 19th, 2019 at 10:02am EDT.