Dominion Hills

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About Dominion Hills

Dominion Hills Historic District is a historic district in western Arlington, Virginia. There are 446 contributing buildings in the neighborhood, which was platted in 1942 and developed between 1945 and 1948. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. There are over 615 single-family homes in Dominion Hills, designed for working-class, middle-income home buyers, the architecture almost exclusively two-story Colonial Revival style.

Dominion Hills is bounded by Wilson Boulevard (S), McKinley Road and N. Ohio Street (W), North Arlington Mill Drive and Four Mile Run Bike Trail (NE).

Dominion Hills amenities include Dominion Hills Park and Mace Park, Four Mile Run Bike Trail and stream. Its northeast corner offers easy access to Bon Air Park and tennis courts.