The Westmoreland Terrace is one of several World War II-era garden apartment communities that was later converted to condos for sale. It is located at 1314 North Fort Myer Drive along North Ode Street in Arlington, Va.
Built in 1947 and converted in 1982, this sprawling condo community consists of 10 four-story brick buildings housing a total of 149 condo units in one and two-bedroom floor plans. All of the units have thick walls and residents can choose between red or white oak parquet floors. There are many windows throughout the buildings letting in lots of natural lights and most of the kitchens have been updated to include modern appliances and granite countertops. The community also has 159 unassigned parking spaces, laundry facilities, and extra storage spaces.
Situated in the southern part of Rosslyn, the Westmoreland Terrace community is within walking distance to various urban conveniences including shops, restaurants, and entertainment. Rosslyn Center and Colonial Village Shopping Center are both minutes away and residents can buy their groceries at the nearby Targets Grocery and Safeway. Quarterdeck, Taco El Chilango, and Tupelo Honey are some of the popular eating spots near the community.
For residents who love the outdoor, there’s Fort Myer Heights Park (with its volleyball and basketball courts, a multipurpose athletic field, and playground) and Rocky Run Park (a popular 2-acre offering a basketball court, playgrounds, and multi-use oval field).
Commuting from Westmoreland Terrace is quite easy with both the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro Stations just a short walk away and Highway 50 also close by. Students living at Westmoreland Terrace attend Key Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Middle, and Washington-Liberty High schools.