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Real estate in Fairfax County varies among a wide variety of towns and neighborhoods -- several of which spill over from the Alexandria postal area (Alexandria South, Lincolnia, Belle Haven, Franconia, Kingstowne, Huntington, Mount Vernon, Fort Hunt, Hybla Valley).
Homes for sale in Fairfax County are a perfect blend of old and new, while also demonstrating the quintessential suburban lifestyle that so many of today's DC area home buyers crave. When browsing the Fairfax County real estate market, you'll find that there's everything from large custom-built homes with expansive lots, to older homes, townhomes, and even some high-rise apartments in the urban area of Tysons Corner.
With a great location inside the Capital Beltway, Fairfax County residents are only about 20 miles from downtown DC. In addition, those who call Fairfax County, VA home also have the option of catching public transportation from one of the five rail stations scattered throughout the area, only enhancing its appeal to potential home buyers considering a move here.
Fairfax County, in general, is rich in diversity, and like much of the Washington DC area, it's also rich in American history. The former home of President George Washington still stands in the area, drawing both everyday residents and tourists alike to its location. This area also served an important role in the Revolutionary War and Civil War, but it wasn't until after World War II that residential development in the area started to gain serious momentum.
Uniquely bounded by the Potomac River on both the north and the southeast sides, residents these days enjoy rolling hills and deep valleys, and plenty of outdoor recreation with nearly 400 county parks. Homeowners in Fairfax County also have the option of using one of the area's best biking and walking trails, which includes the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail, as well as the nine-mile long Mount Vernon Trail.
Thinking about buying or selling a home in Fairfax County? Let our local Fairfax County real estate agents guide you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Fairfax County home. As local Fairfax County real estate agents, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the Fairfax County home market. We're here ready to negotiate for you today!
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