Cavanaugh Crossing - In The Shadow Of A Former Prison, Lorton Virginia

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Executives

Cavanaugh Crossing is adjacent to the site of the now "former" Lorton Prison site.  The subdivision is accessed from Hooes Road - just a few seconds north of Route 123 in Lorton.  They are Brookfield built and feature Soutthern Mansion styles as well as traditional colonial style. 

  • The Lorton VRE railway station is approximately 10 minutes away with service to both L'Enfant Plaza and Union Station in Washington, D.C. Once aboard you the train
  • You can transfer to Metrorail at the Franconia-Springfield metro station.
  • Another option is to pull out onto Route 123, cross the Occoquan River and be at the VDOT Commuter Parking Lot at Old Bridge Road in Woodbridge in approximately 10 minutes for Commuter Bus service to The Pentagon and Washington, DC
  • Or join a Carpool.
  • Approximately 5 mimutes from the Shoppes at Lorton Valley
  • Also 5 minutes fro the new Laurel Hills Public Golf Club 
  • Also see the homes at Lorton Station

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Marchel Peterson
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Karen, the homes look very nice.  I'm sure it would not be very popular if the prison was still there but a landmark with it gone.

Nov 21, 2008 12:59 PM #1
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Teri Eckholm
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Karen--Those homes look huge! Very impressive and beautiful with the balconies above to sit out and enjoy the day!

Nov 22, 2008 12:35 AM #2
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Marchel  Closing down the prison has had avery positive impact on the area,  Karen

Nov 22, 2008 06:46 AM #3
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Teri  Those homes are huge - that builderhas others that are even larger,  Karen

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