Westover Village is a neighborhood with quiet tree-lined streets and a small downtown feel that features some of Arlington’s favorite local restaurants including the Lost Dog Cafe, The Italian Store and Westover Beer Garden.
This neighborhood is sought after because of its sense of community, walkability, highly-rated schools, local services (library, post office, farmers market) and proximity to the East Falls Church and Ballston-MU Metro stations.
Average Price = $1,075,803
The average year-to-date sales price for a single-family home in Westover Village as of May 31, 2023 was $1.08 million. The lowest SFH sales price in Westover was $685,000 and the highest was $1.8 million. It took an average of 10 days to sell a home in Westover.Search homes for sale.
Westover Village features some of Arlington's favorite local restaurants in a block-long restaurant row along Washington Boulevard. See a list of the many restaurants that remain open for takeout or carryout during the coronavirus outbreak.
- Lost Dog Cafe, 5876 Washington Blvd. – The first and original location serves pizza, sandwiches and offers a beer menu that features 16 taps and hundreds of can and bottle selections. Proceeds from the cafe help to fund the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation.
- The Italian Store, 5837 N. Washington Blvd. – The Westover Village location of the legendary Italian specialty shop and deli is larger and offers even more (espresso/coffee bar, larger pizza selection, outdoor courtyard) than the original Lyon Village store.
- Thai Noy, 5880 Washington Blvd. – A lovely little Thai restaurant with a good-sized outdoor patio
- Stray Cat Café, 5866 Washington, Blvd. – This feline cousin to the Lost Dog Cafe features salads, sandwiches, burgers and 10 draft beers. Proceeds from the cafe help to fund the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation.
- Lebanese Taverna, 5900 Washington Blvd. – Another successful local restaurant group that started in Westover. The original Lebanese Taverna features mezza, shawarma and classic entrees like kabobs, mouzat (slow-cooked lamb shank) and ouzi with grape leaves.