fairfax station va: Looking For Room To Roam For You And Your Horses Too? - 11/12/13 07:35 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.
In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station va: Fairfax Station-Where Custom Homes And Acreage Are Waiting For You - 06/23/12 11:07 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been purchased you can still find lots for sale or in some cases older homes on larger parcels of land that can be torn down for new construction. For horse owners Fairfax Station offers the … (4 comments)

fairfax station va: Fairfax Station-Custom Homes With Acreage Within Commuting Distance To DC - 02/27/12 06:49 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station va: St Mary's Of Sorrows-Where The Seeds For The American Red Cross Sprouted - 02/26/12 02:22 AM
We see signs all around Virginia that say "George Washington Slept Here" but unless you take a step often the beaten path you won't find some of the other signs and sties that helped shape our nation.  One of those signs is hidden in Fairfax Station at the St. Mary of Sorrows Church just off of Route 123.
St Mary of Sorrows Church was built from 1858-1860 with lumber milled locally by railroad workers living in the area. The only item that was purchased to complete the church was the bell installed in the tower. In 1862 one of the worst … (6 comments)

fairfax station va: Run Don't Walk To Find Your New Home in Fairfax Station Virginia - 02/23/12 09:49 PM
It won't be long before the trees will bloom again in the South Run neighborhood in Fairfax Station VA.  Located just 25 miles south of DC in Fairfax County, the South Run neighborhood exudes southern hospitality and old fashioned neighborhood charm. Homeowners in South Run enjoy the feel of a long lost neighborhood spirit. With BBQ's in the summer, pool parties, Halloween activities the neighborhood has an active neighborhood social committee that plans dozens of events a year.
Nestled on tree lined 1/3 acre or larger lots the 530 homes that make up the South Run neighborhood in Fairfax Station, VA … (8 comments)

fairfax station va: Fairfax Station-Custom Homes and Estates Within Commuting Distance To DC - 12/06/11 06:38 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station va: Speechless Sunday-Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention - 11/27/11 09:53 AM

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tired of pumping to get water into your bucket?  Well then hook it up to the windmill and let mother nature fill it up for you.  In this case the windmill and bucket are part of the scenery as you take the 1.75 mile ride on the miniature train in Burke Lake Park.  The train is on hiatus for the winter and there are major renovations underway for this 40 year old popular destination for children and families in Fairfax County VA.  The … (12 comments)

fairfax station va: Fairfax Station VA-Take A Tour of the Crosspointe Neighborhood - 11/25/11 11:48 AM
No matter what season you look at the Crosspointe neighborhood in Fairfax Station you can't help but notice the well kept landscaping, large lots and mature trees. An encouraging sign that the owners in Crosspointe care about their homes. The streets are wide and no two homes sitting side by side look alike. Driving through the neighborhood you will find Victorians with wide front porches, Tudors and stately Georgian Colonials.
Residents of Crosspointe enjoy the proximity to major parks and recreation activities including Burke Lake Park and the new Laurel Hill Golf Club. The neighborhood itself features two community pools, multiple … (8 comments)

fairfax station va: Fountainhead Regional Park-A Hiker, Mountain Biker and Boaters Haven - 09/05/11 01:51 PM
Located in Fairfax County VA and at the widest point of the Occoquan Reservior, Fountainhead Regional Park offers something for just about everyone.  Managed by the Northern Virginia Park Authority the 2100 acre park is a popular with fisherman, mountain bikers, hikers and families who are looking for a place to have a picnic.Unlike some parks where hikers have to share the path with mountain bikers, Fountainhead Regional Park has separate trails for both.  The 8 miles of mountain bike trails are highly rated by local bikers and considered to be among some of the most difficult in the area.  For … (4 comments)

fairfax station va: Yes You Can Buy Or Build a Custom Home in Fairfax Station Virginia - 02/22/11 11:47 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (12 comments)

fairfax station va: Jerusalem Baptist Church-A Testament To Northern Virginia History - 11/28/10 03:11 AM
Northern Virginia is dotted with churches that hold memories of the United States Civil War that raged on their property and outside their doors.  The Jerusalem Baptist Church in Fairfax Station is one of those churches. Originally the land where the white wooden church now stands was Payne’s Church founded in 1766 by agreement with the Church of England and the parish founded by George Washington.  After the Revolutionary War properties owned by the Church of England were now property of the “state” and could be used as places of worship by other denominations.  Payne's Church was the first brick church … (5 comments)

fairfax station va: Crosspointe in Fairfax Station VA-Executive Homes With Space And Elegance - 11/04/10 12:50 PM
No matter what season you look at the Crosspointe neighborhood in Fairfax Station you can't help but notice the well kept landscaping, large lots and mature trees.   An encouraging sign that the owners in Crosspointe care about their homes.   The streets are wide and no two homes sitting side by side look alike.  Driving through the neighborhood you will find Victorians with wide front porches, Tudors and stately Georgian Colonials.
Residents of Crosspointe enjoy the proximity to major parks and recreation activities including Burke Lake Park and the new Laurel Hill Golf Club.  The neighborhood itself features two community pools, … (10 comments)

fairfax station va: Saint Mary Of Sorrows-The Plan For The Red Cross Was Born Here - 10/17/10 03:02 AM
We see signs all around Virginia that say "George Washington Slept Here" but unless you take a step often the beaten path you won't find some of the other signs and sties that helped shape our nation.  One of those signs is hidden in Fairfax Station at the St. Mary of Sorrows Church just off of Route 123.
St Mary of Sorrows Church was built from 1858-1860 with lumber milled locally by railroad workers living in the area. The only item that was purchased to complete the church was the bell installed in the tower. In 1862 one of the worst … (9 comments)

 
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