Best kept secret on the Westside

Sometimes referred to as that rural little area behind Trader Joe’s, Westside Village is that very special area of winding streets without sidewalks or street lights located south of National and west of Overland. Westside Village has its own civic association, a neighborhood watch, and a patrol service which can be subscribed to at a nominal cost. Many of the area residents have lived in their homes for over 20 years and there are still a number of original homeowners dating back to 1939. The streets are organized in a village formation. Some of the streets including Malcolm, Glendon, Midvale and Kingsland are elevated, providing a view. Many homeowners have taken advantage of the opportunity by adding a second story. People often remark of the country like ambiance in Westside Village. Backyards tend to be large with tall trees and plenty of space between neighbors. Clover Avenue School and Charnock Road School are both located within Westside Village.

2 bedroom, 1 bath homes north of Palms Boulevard start at $875,000 and reach to $2,700,000 for a home of 3000 square feet on the hill with views. Starter houses south of Palms begin at $800,000 and can exceed $2,800,000 for a newer two story home of 3000 plus square feet. Some of the homes in Westside Village have been virtually rebuilt from the ground up. Others have been substantially remodeled and added to. Many of the homes in the area are still in the same 900 square foot and 1100 square foot tract homes as originally built.

Best kept secret on the Westside

Sometimes referred to as that rural little area behind Trader Joe’s, Westside Village is that very special area of winding streets without sidewalks or street lights located south of National and west of Overland. Westside Village has its own civic association, a neighborhood watch, and a patrol service which can be subscribed to at a nominal cost. Many of the area residents have lived in their homes for over 20 years and there are still a number of original homeowners dating back to 1939. The streets are organized in a village formation. Some of the streets including Malcolm, Glendon, Midvale and Kingsland are elevated, providing a view. Many homeowners have taken advantage of the opportunity by adding a second story. People often remark of the country like ambiance in Westside Village. Backyards tend to be large with tall trees and plenty of space between neighbors. Clover Avenue School and Charnock Road School are both located within Westside Village.

2 bedroom, 1 bath homes north of Palms Boulevard start at $875,000 and reach to $2,700,000 for a home of 3000 square feet on the hill with views. Starter houses south of Palms begin at $800,000 and can exceed $2,800,000 for a newer two story home of 3000 plus square feet. Some of the homes in Westside Village have been virtually rebuilt from the ground up. Others have been substantially remodeled and added to. Many of the homes in the area are still in the same 900 square foot and 1100 square foot tract homes as originally built.