Fairfax County Real Estate Statistics
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Fairfax County Real Estate
Fairfax County has some of the most impressive luxury real estate in the state of Virginia, if not the entire United States. Along the banks of the Potomac River there are spectacular waterfront homes that take inspiration from grand European estates. You can also find elegant private estates set on sprawling properties throughout the countryside.
Luxury homes in Fairfax County typically sit on acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and often have gated entrances. Outside you might find swimming pools, outdoor kitchens, and sports courts. Interiors may have soaring ceilings, wall-to-wall windows, chef-quality kitchens, wine cellars, games rooms, indoor spas, libraries and great rooms that are perfect for entertaining.
There are single-family homes for sale in Fairfax County to suit all styles and budgets. Architectural styles include Cape Cod, Modern Farmhouse, Colonial, French Provincial and ranch styles homes to name just a few. New construction homes tend to be quite contemporary with modern conveniences like smart home technology.
For those who prefer low-maintenance living in an urban setting, many of the larger cities in Fairfax County have beautiful condos and townhouses for rent. Condo complexes can be quite impressive with resort-style amenities such as swimming pools and fitness centers. Townhouses might include private decks and rooftop areas.
Although land for sale is not as prevalent on the Fairfax County real estate market as existing homes, you can find lots for sale that are perfect for building your dream home. Many lots are in highly desirable neighborhoods close to schools, parks and transportation routes.
Fairfax County Area Information
Fairfax County enjoys an ideal location on the Potomac River across from Washington D.C. and bordering the state of Maryland. This gives it easy access to the nation’s capital and other major centers. Washington D.C. is about a 40-minute drive from the heart of Fairfax County. Baltimore is a 1.5-hour drive and Richmond is two hours by car.
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