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 are a great find in the Northern Virginia area. Unlike other neighborhoods close by South Run owners don't have to worry about new home construction destroying their peace and tranquility. Careful planning made use of all of the available building area leaving owners a neighborhood that has been undisturbed for 20 years.
For families with school age children South Run is by terrific Fairfax County Schools. Elementary age students attend Silverbrook Elementary School or Halley Elementary School and older students attend the new South County Secondary School The new Lorton Arts Workhouse is nearby which provides the opportunity for students interested in the arts to participate in a number of theater and arts workshops offered throughout the year. When homeowners need more space to roam they can hop on their bikes and head to the neighboring Burke Lake Park.
With a location just minutes away from the VRE, slug lines and metro South Run owners can leave there car close to home and not worry about emptying their gas tanks to get to work. With its close proximity to Fort Belvoir, NGA and the Dulles Technology Corridor it's easy to see why South Run for families who move to the area.ke a quick peek at some of the homes in South Run.
Take a peek at South Run
If you would like to learn more about South Run give Cindy Jones and CJ Realty Group a call at 703-346-2213. Let's check out the available homes for sale and help get you settled in time for the first neighborhood pool party.