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Northern Virginia is a widespread region, expanding south and west from Washington, D.C. Northern Virginia’s transportation infrastructure includes major airports Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Dulles International, several lines of the Washington Metro subway system, the Virginia Railway Express suburban commuter rail system, transit bus services, and an extensive network of Interstate highways and expressways. The area covers several different cities, counties, and styles of living.
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Arlington is conveniently located in Northern Virginia on the south bank of the Potomac River directly across from Washington, DC. The metro runs through Arlington with convenient stops along the Orange. Blue, and new Silver (opened 2014) lines. Arlington’s proximity to DC and multiple access points makes commuting a breeze; it is home to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport with Washington Dulles International Airport only a short distance away in neighboring Fairfax and Loudon Counties.
Potomac Overlook Regional Park is located in North Arlington and offers beautiful views of over 70 acres of woodland and trails. The Potomac Overlook Regional Park also includes a Nature Center, which offers visitors ideas on how to create sustainable energy solutions first hand. Arlington is home to over 20 trails, perfectly suitable for a walk, jog, or bike ride.
Home to the historic Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon Memorial, and just across the bridge from a multitude of Washington, DC memorials and museums.
Marymount University’s main campus is located in Arlington with George Mason University and Virginia Tech both having satellite campuses here. With three universities centrally located in Arlington, dining, and nightlife is nothing short of amazing.
Alexandria is located a mere 6 miles south of Washington, DC. It is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia, located on the Western bank of the Potomac River. Driving into the Nation’s capital is easy with the convenience of I-95 and I-495, including the Woodrow Wilson Bridge over the Potomac River, which approximately parallels the city’s southern boundary with Fairfax County.
Old Town Alexandria welcomes tourists daily with rich history, restaurants, boutiques, and antique shops. The city also offers a free trolley service on King Street from the King Street Metro Station to the Waterfront and a water taxi to and from the National Harbor development in neighboring Prince George’s County, Maryland.
The Alexandria City Public School system consists of 13 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 2 high schools.
Alexandria brings history and culture to you just minutes outside of the Nation’s Capital!
Located between the George Washington Parkway and Vienna in Fairfax County, Virginia. The zip code for West McLean (22102) is the most expensive zip code in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Since McLean is only 8 miles outside of Washington, DC and in such close proximity to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), it serves as a home to many members of congress and government officials. Former Vice-President Dick Cheney and his family as well as former Secretary of State Colin Powell both live or have lived in McLean.
There are many beautiful attractions in McLean. Some of those attractions include, Great Falls National Park, Turkey Run Park and Clemyjontri Park, which allow children with and without disabilities to play side by side.
The Alden Theatre is often referred to as a hidden gem, tucked away in a quiet McLean neighborhood. Shows of all kinds can be experienced on any day of the week.
Fairfax County Public Schools serves McLean. There are six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools all within the city limits. Marymount University, DeVry University and University of Virginia all have campuses nearby in Arlington or Falls Church.
Fairfax County Virginia is the largest county in the Washington, D.C. area. It is inside and outside the beltway. Fairfax County borders both Virginia counties as well as Maryland counties. Due to its convenient location to Washington DC and Maryland, Fairfax county has become the most populous jurisdiction in the Washington Metropolitan area.
The area is served by Fairfax County Public Schools and is home to the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, which consistently ranks among the top of all United States high schools. George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, and The University of Fairfax are all located within the Fairfax County borders.
With the growing population of Fairfax and Virginia in itself, the development of the new Silver line on the Washington Metro has long been awaited. The Orange, Blue, and Yellow lines also service Fairfax County. Aside from Metro, the major highways that intersect the county are I-66, I-95, I-395, I-495, US Route 1, and US Route 50. The only airport within the county limits is Washington Dulles International Airport but, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, and Manassas Regional Airport remain close by as well.
Weekends in Fairfax may include a walk or run on one the several trails in the county! Trails include Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail, Mount Vernon Trail, and the Fairfax Cross County Trail. Or if you prefer to stay indoors, join the 55,000 shoppers who visit Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria every weekday. Either way, there is something for everyone!
Reston is the 17th largest community in Virginia consisting of 16 constituent neighborhoods. In 2012, Reston was ranked 7th in the Best Place to Live in America by CNN Money Magazine. While home prices here are not only among the most expensive in Virginia, but Reston real estate also consistently ranks among the most expensive in America. The careful planning and zoning within Reston allows for common grounds, several parks, large swaths of wooded areas with picturesque streams, two golf courses, nearly 20 public swimming pools, bridle paths, a bike path, four lakes, tennis courts, and extensive foot pathways.
Reston Town Center (also known as RTC and locally as simply, Town Center) is a mixed-use development featuring offices, retail stores, and restaurants. The Center’s “downtown” area has more than 50 retail shops and 30 restaurants. In addition, Reston Town Center has a 13-screen cinema that was recently renovated, and a Hyatt Regency hotel. Since the most recent phase of construction in 2009, Reston Town Center (in the past known more so for its shopping, dining, and entertainment) has also developed into a location for businesses and residences.
Loudoun County Virginia is the fast growing county that has seen many larger homes and diverse communities. It includes Sterling, Ashburn, Potomac Falls, Countryside, Middleburg, South Riding, Hamilton and Dulles International Airport. It has become popular partly due to the extended expressway that extends to Leesburg Virginia with views of the Shenandoah mountains.
Prince William County
Prince William County Virginia covers the southern suburbs and is less populated. It includes Manassas, Manassas Park and Manassas City.
Other Counties near Virginia include Fauquier County, which is farther west out Interstate 66. This is more country property in the foothills of the Shenandoah Mountains. It includes Warrenton, which has grown much in the past years.