Fairfax County Homes for Sale

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Fairfax County September 22, 2018
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Listed
40
Avg. DOM
$227.28
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$350,000
Med. List Price
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Fairfax County Real Estate Information

Fairfax County is steeped in history and was named for Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron.  George Washington settled along the Potomac River in Fairfax County at Mount Vernon.  The home of George Mason was nearby in Fairfax County.  Rich also in Civil War History, Fairfax County continues to be a strategic location for modern homeowners and businesses.

Once a rural County, Fairfax County still retains some of its original rural charm in Clifton and parts of Fairfax Station Virginia.  Much of Fairfax County has morphed into traditional suburban communities as well as many urban centers as density rises.  While you can still find a horse farm in Clifton, you can now also find high rise condominium residences in Fairfax County cities such as Reston, Alexandria, Vienna, Falls Church, Herndon, McLean, Oak Hill, and Oakton.  Planned communities throughout Fairfax County offer family friendly amenities and a wide array of commuter options.  Access to Washington DC and other employment centers in Fairfax County is available by car, bus, or train.  Metro Rail service and VRE service to Washington DC are available.  Tyson’s Corner is a thriving employment center, residential center, and world class shopping center.  I recently saw a bumper sticker while traveling on I495 that read “Welcome to Northern Virginia!  Expect Delays!”  That certainly sums up our interstate and general traffic in Fairfax County!

Some of my favorite communities in Fairfax County are Reston and the Reston Town Center; Tyson’s Corner and the Vienna area; Centreville, Chantilly, Burke, Herndon, Springfield, Lorton, Fairfax Corner, Fairfax Station, and Alexandria.  There are so many options in Fairfax County to consider and choose from.  Tell me what is important for you and I will help you narrow down your options!

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