In western Fairfax County, in the Washington, D.C. metro area, there is a splendid little census-designated place known as Fairfax Station, Virginia. This charming CDP in the 22039 zip code is home to roughly 12,000 residents who enjoy the best of both worlds: a quiet, small-town ambiance with convenient access to all the excitement of the big city. This affluent community is situated between Burke to the east and Clifton to the west. The heart of the community is twenty-two miles southeast of D.C., and the City of Fairfax is to the north.
Fairfax Station has a rich history, and the original community is situated in the CDP’s eastern part. Comprised of roughly nine square miles, the community enjoys convenient access to multiple transportation arteries. State Route 123 (Ox Road) passes through, and State Route 286 (Fairfax County Parkway) cuts through the center. There are several points of interest in the community including Fairfax Station Railroad Museum & Caboose located on Fairfax Station Road. Burke Lake Park, Burkey Lake Park Camping, and Burke Lake Golf Center are also popular attractions for locals, as is Burke Lake Park Marina. On Hampton Road, you’ll find the beautiful Fountainhead Regional Park, and on Van Thompson Road Sandy Run Regional Park is situated. Beyond these attractions, Fairfax Station residents also enjoy convenient access to excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment options, which is why Fairfax Station real estate should be considered by prospective homebuyers in the D.C. metro area.
There are just over 4,000 homes in Fairfax Station, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Available properties in Fairfax Station include small, low-maintenance homes, as well as larger single-family houses. Homes for sale in Fairfax Station fall within a broad price range because of the properties varying ages, sizes, and architectural styles. If you would like to learn more about Fairfax Station homes for sale or rent, please allow us to assist you in your home search and contact us today.