Westwood Village History and Description
Westwood Village is a gated community in Fairfax County, Virginia consisting of luxury town houses and condominiums.  The community is built on the Ash Grove Historic Site. 

Westwood Village is a few short blocks to the Spring Hill Metro station that is part of the Silver Line and about 20 minutes by foot from 
Tyson's Corner Shopping Center.  We are located near the intersection of Leesburg Pike (Route 7) and the Dulles Access Road. 

Ash Grove Historic Site  is a 12.3 acre historic site dating back to the 18th century.  Ash Grove was a Fairfax family property, purchased by the Sherman family in the mid 1800's.  The Park Authority is the third owner since the land grant.  The site includes the historic house, two 18th century outbuildings, two acres within the historic core, extensive plantings of boxwood, azalea, and others. 

During Ash Grove's most recent history, the property appeared and functioned as a 'country estate'.  With locked gates, acres of manicured lawns and a stately home, the land provided an oasis for genteel living in the midst of bustling Tyson's Corner, in the shadow of the Sheraton Premiere.  A portion of the site, containing Ash Grove House, was donated to Fairfax County and is currently a park, although not currently available for the general walk-in public, except to walk through the bordering woods.

A portion was developed into 112 town houses and a portion was developed into condominiums. These are governed and serviced by separate homeowner associations.

Homeowners Association (HOA)      Unit Owner Association (UOA)

There is a shared facility at 8800 Ashgrove House Lane with a party/meeting room, fitness center, and a swimming pool.

*Ash Grove Historic information was taken from

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