Springfield Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Springfield, VA homes for sale and real estate below! Springfield, Virginia, is part of Fairfax County, and it offers residents a quiet place to live with comfortable access to suburban amenities. Less than a half-hour drive from Washington, D.C., the area attracts many people who commute to the nation's capital. Still, this self-sustaining community also has many recreational, professional, and educational opportunities for people who buy a home in this area. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Springfield, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Springfield real estate.

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Springfield Real Estate Listings July 13, 2024
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Springfield Real Estate Market

In Springfield, Virginia, home prices for relatively modest single-family homes with two to four bedrooms tend to range between $400,000 and $600,000, and the community also features many larger homes with price tags closer to $1 million. The community boasts a wide range of architectural styles. People who want to buy a home in this area can choose an elegant colonial home with stunning brickwork, grand foyers, and multiple stories built near the turn of the 20th century. The community also offers single-level ramblers built in the mid-1900s, especially in the North Springfield neighborhood, as well as condos and some townhomes.

Springfield Community Amenities

With a population of just over 32,000 residents, Springfield, Virginia, offers residents a relatively quiet suburban lifestyle. Still, this suburban community is also within proximity of all the Washington, D.C. area amenities. Springfield features many opportunities for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, including the Hidden Pond Nature Center, Lake Accotink Park and Trail, and the Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park.

Residents enjoy shopping at the specialty stores and gift shops at Springfield Town Center, which was recently refurbished and redesigned. The area also offers a host of dining and indoor recreation options, including trampoline parks and food from around the world. Called the "mixing bowl," the Springfield Interchange consists of I-95, I-395, and I-495, giving residents easy driving access to the surrounding communities. The area also has mass transit options, including bus and rail lines. Residents are also a relatively short drive from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the Washington Dulles International Airport.

Springfield Local Highlights

  • The Hidden Pond Nature Center features ponds, walking trails, an interactive learning center, and small animals on display.
  • Lake Accotink Park and Trail is an ideal destination for bicyclists and runners. The area also has mini golf and a merry-go-round.
  • Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park features a zipline through an obstacle course in the trees.
  • Springfield Town Center offers indoor shopping and dining with dozens of different options.
  • The Flight Trampoline Park is great for anyone who needs to burn off energy indoors.
  • Residents can enjoy fare from around the world at the Afgan Bistro, Eleni's Greek Tavern, El Paso Mexican Restaurant, and Maggiano's Little Italy.
  • Bob and Edith's Diner, Mike's American Grill, the Silver Diner, and several other local restaurants offer a range of pub grab to American bistro-style fine dining.

Springfield School Information

Part of the Fairfax County Public School system, Springfield offers several elementary schools. Many young students walk or take a bus to a school in their own neighborhood, but some residents opt to attend schools in other areas. The area has two high schools: West Springfield High School and John R. Lewis High School. Springfield also has several private and parochial schools for those who would prefer private education. Springfield is also near several colleges and universities, such as the medical campus of the Northern Virginia Community College, which offers a variety of associates degrees and certificates.

One of the most sought-after places to buy a home in Virginia, Springfield offers many types of real estate at a variety of price points. Residents can enjoy the amenities in the Springfield area, but they can also hop on one of the three nearby interstates and easily reach a metro area.

Springfield, VA Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Springfield? Allow our Springfield real estate experts to guide you through the purchase of your new Springfield property or the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to Springfield, Virginia real estate.

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