Once again two of Virginia’s elite communities placed in the Top 50 for Bloomberg’s 2019 Richest Places ranking. Great Falls came in at No. 16 with an average household income of $309,599 followed by McLean at No. 25 with $283, ...Read More
Alcova Heights is an established neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, located northwest of the intersection of the Columbia Pike with South Glebe Road. Developed in the 1920s from a farm, the name “Alcova” was initially an abbreviation for Alexandria County, VA. Today Alcova Heights offers a suburban feel but with the convenience of close proximity to a mix of shops and restaurants, all within walking distance on Columbia Pike. The housing stock is varied ranging from traditional colonials and Cape Cods to bungalows and split-levels. All homes were individually built between 1921 and 1950 so feature a mix of architectural styles and detail.
Alcova Heights claims a diverse cultural mix of families and professions as well as an unusually active resident association.