Fairfax Station Homes & Real Estate
Search the newest Fairfax Station, VA homes for sale & real estate below! Fairfax Station is an ideal community for people who want beautiful, sprawling homes and gorgeous landscaping. This community hosts shops, restaurants, and galleries, and it also offers easy access to nature and top schools. Rich with history, the community features both old and new architectural styles. Like other communities in Fairfax County, it is home to many residents who want to work in the metro D.C. area but prefer to live in the suburbs. For information about properties for sale in Fairfax Station or to schedule a private showing, contact your expert real estate agents today. Read more about Fairfax Station real estate.
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Homes for Sale in Fairfax Station VA
Fairfax Station Real Estate Search
This page is updated with Fairfax Station home listings several times per day directly from the Fairfax Station, Virginia MLS.
Each Fairfax Station MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Fairfax Station, VA property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Fairfax Station neighborhood amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Fairfax Station Real Estate Market
Fairfax Station features home prices typically ranging from $900,000 to $2 million. Although starter homes are harder to find in this community, the area sometimes offers homes with more affordable prices in the $600,000 range. Townhomes and condos can be hard to find in this area. Because the area was established in 1851, it features a host of sprawling homes built in the colonial or Victorian styles, and much of the area's newer construction also tends to mimic these classic styles. Old World Mediterranean Architecture with modern flair gives people who want to buy a home in this community the chance to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Fairfax Station Community Amenities
Fairfax Station sits about 22 miles from the D.C. metro area, and many residents commute to D.C. for work, entertainment, or school. Residents can jump on Route 123 (formerly called Ox Road) or the Fairfax County Parkway to reach the area's interstates, and the Virginia Railway Express provides public transport to D.C. and the surrounding areas.
Residents can enjoy time outside at Fountainhead Regional Park, Sand Run Regional Park, or Burke Lake Park, which features a marina, a golf center, and camping grounds, as well as traditional park amenities. History buffs enjoy the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum and Caboose. People who buy a home in this neighborhood also get to enjoy some dining and shopping in their immediate area, as well as a host of world-class options throughout the rest of Fairfax County and the D.C. metro area.
Fairfax Station Local Highlights
- Burke Lake Park features a marina, a golf course, playgrounds, walking paths, and more.
- Fountainhead Regional Park sits along the Occuquan River and offers fishing and boating opportunities.
- The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum explores the rich rail history in the area.
- Dining options include George's Steak N Things, Taco Bamba, Mim's Food, Chloez Cafe, and Khao Hom Thai and Sushi Restaurant, among many others.
Fairfax Station School Information
Fairfax Station is home to six public elementary schools: William Halley Elementary, Silverbrook Elementary, Fairview Elementary, Oak View Elementary, Bonnie Brae Elementary, and Sangster Elementary. There are also four middle schools: South Country Middle School, Robinson Secondary School, Robert Frost Middle School, and Lake Braddock Secondary School, and after middle school, students can go to South Country High School and W.T. Woodson High School. The surrounding area hosts private schools, but residents who want these options typically must travel a few miles out of their own neighborhood.
Real estate in Fairfax Station is a sought-after commodity due to the area's striking beauty and its proximity to the D.C. metro area. The area was established in 1851 and boasts over 170 years of history. Originally, it was a station for the Orange and Alexandria railroads, but it ultimately became its own close-knit community with all the amenities normally available in a suburban area.
Fairfax Station, VA Real Estate Agents
Looking to purchase a home in Fairfax Station? Let our Fairfax Station real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Fairfax Station property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the Fairfax Station, Virginia real estate market.
Contact Your At Home Team at McEnearney Associates to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Fairfax Station home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.
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