Welcome to your local Fountainhead homes for sale & real estate in Fairfax Station resource. Settle down in the Fountainhead subdivision to experience a laid-back lifestyle near everything Washington D.C. has to offer. Wooded lots and a nearby regional park are added perks. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures and more for Fountainhead properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Fountainhead real estate.
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Development of the Fountainhead neighborhood began in the late 1970s and continued until 2003. Homebuyers will find a variety of luxury detached single-family home styles in this small community. The neighborhood is nestled on 150 wooded acres and has home prices range from $550,000 to $2 million. House sizes vary from 3,500 to more than 9,000 square feet. A few of the homes are located next to the trails leading into the 2,000-acre Fountainhead Regional Park.
Fountainhead's residents enjoy the quiet seclusion this neighborhood offers. It's common to see wildlife habitats in the community's natural settings. Fairfax County boasts numerous shopping malls, restaurants, upscale boutiques, grocery stores, gas stations, golf courses, and parks. The neighborhood shares a border with Fountainhead Park, where they enjoy fishing, boating, walking and bike trails, and nature programs. History buffs will love the ability to explore several nearby historic towns and homes that are open to the public as museums.
Commuters enjoy easy access to major roadways such as the Fairfax County Parkway (286), I-95, I-66, I-495, Route 1, Route 123 (Ox Road), and the Fairfax County Parkway. The neighborhood is located within Fairfax County Public Schools borders and is served by Fairview Elementary and Robinson Secondary Schools. Colleges in the vicinity include George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College. Travelers love the convenience of being less than 25 miles from both the Washington Dulles International Airport and the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
People often choose to buy a home in the Fountainhead subdivision to enjoy the quiet seclusion this neighborhood offers. Its proximity to Washington D.C. allows for easy access to places of work and enriching cultural attractions.
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