Barclay: A quiet, out-of-the-way community with large 1-2 story homes.
Barrington: A wealthier community with larger homes along the Church Road Corridor; community lake and dock.
Barrington Valley: Located within Barrington, along Three Chopt Road.
Barrington West: Barrington's extension on the western side of Barrington Lake.
Bell Tower: A newer community adjacent to Lake Loreine and
Bentley: A master-planned community developed by Ryan Homes consisting of 50 homes, 15 of which overlook Pouncey Tract Road.
Burgundy Parke: A small neighborhood off North Gayton Road, adjacent to the Fox Hall and Colonies neighborhoods.
Church Run: A community with open, grassy yards, it connects Three Chopt Road to Church Road. Church Run Parkway is commonly used as a cut-through for residents south of Church Road.
Fox Hall: Community style neighborhood with clubhouse amenities of Short Pump; home prices vary from 350,000 to 950,000.
Gayton Station: Smaller homes in the meadows of the Tuckahoe Creek.
Glen Gary: Connected to Waterford, Wellesley, Sherbrooke.
Graham Meadows: In the meadows of Tuckahoe Creek.
Grey Oaks: One of the newest neighborhoods in the West End, it includes a private pool and tennis courts. Home prices range from $550,000 to well over $1 million.
Hardings Trace: Smaller sized neighborhood. Connects with Burgundy Park and is off North Gayton Road.
Lake Loreine: A smaller private community with east, west, and south sections that are waterfront or adjacent to water and wildlife, built in the 80's by Hanky and Co.
Loreines Landing: Built in the 1990s and 2000s with modern and contemporary architecture
Oak Run: Away from the hectic traffic of the closer, concentrated area of Short Pump. Located off of Church Road and sits next to Barony Woods.
Pine Run: Larger, older homes. The main road is Fox Meadow Drive. With entrances on Gayton and Ridgfield, it is next to Gayton Elementary School.
Retrivers Ridge: smaller neighborhood; one- and two-story homes; located near Church and Pump roads.
Shady Grove Estates: A smaller neighborhood with large homes on multiple acres; located off Pouncey Tracy Road.
Sherbrooke: Near the John Rolfe Parkway construction.
Sterling: Traditional homes, all brick, on the south side of Church Road.
The Colonies: A community with a clubhouse that is within walking distance of Wilde Lake and is next to Tuckahoe Creek.
Twin Hickory: A master-planned community developed by HHHunt consisting of approximately 1,300 homes as of July 2010 located between Nuckols Road and Pouncey Tract Road. Community amenities include pools, tennis courts, parks, and an extensive network of sidewalks and paths. Housing options include apartment rentals, low-maintenance homes, town homes, and large family homes. Adjacent to the Twin Hickory community are Twin Hickory Elementary School, Colonial Trail Elementary School, Short Pump Middle School, and Deep Run High School. Also adjacent is Henrico County's Twin Hickory Library. Nearby amenities include the Short Pump Mall, a wide range of retail shopping along Broad Street, and convenience and grocery retail outlets on Nuckols road. Also adjacent are a retirement community and several office parks.
Waterford: A large neighborhood with large homesites.
Wellesley: A large, single family home development built by HHHunt homes.
Wyndham: A large neighborhood featuring the Dominion Club and a neighborhood pool.
Wythe Trace and Summerwood: Homesites that are along the John Rolfe Parkway construction.
This may not be a complete list. from Wikipedia.