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    • Arlington

      Arlington County is the smallest county in Virginia, although it boasts the second largest principle city in the DC-Metro area.  With its immediate proximity to our nation’s capital, it has…

    • Ashburn

      With bright new communities, convenient access to some of the nation’s top work centers, and some of the best schools and shopping centers in the country, Ashburn, Virginia is quickly…

    • Burke

      Burke, Virginia is named after the local 19thCentury politician Silas Burke. The house he built in 1824 overlooking the Pohick River and the Burke Station railroad stop of the Orange…

    • Centreville

      Centreville, Virginia is a sizable suburb of Washington, D.C. with over 70,000 current residents. Established over 200 years ago in 1792, this community carries deep historical roots.  Several Civil War…

    • Chantilly

      Nestled in between the intersections of Rt. 28, Rt. 29, Rt. 50, Rt. 66 and the Fairfax County Parkway, bordering three counties(Fairfax/Loudoun/Prince William), and minutes from Dulles International Airport, Chantilly…

    • Clifton

      Clifton, Virginia is a quaint little town that takes you back in time with its truly historic town center, quiet streets and Civil War Era Railroad Station. Clifton finds its…

    • Herndon

      Herndon, Virginia was named in 1858 after Commander William Lewis Herndon of the U.S. Navy. Originally an early colonial settlement, Herndon developed into a hub of dairy farming and vacationing…

    • Leesburg

      A historic town over 250 years old, Leesburg, like the rest of Loudoun County, has undergone considerable growth and development over the last 30 years, transforming from a small, sleepy…

    • Oakton

      Oakton, Virginia is steeped in both Revolutionary War and Civil War history. Many of the buildings and sites that were important during the wars still stand here today. In fact,…

    • Reston

      Reston, Virginia is an internationally known, planned community.  Founded in 1964, Reston was the first modern, post-World War II planned community in America, and sparked the revival of the planned…

    • Springfield

      The Springfield/Franconia area of Northern Virginia has existed as a community since the 1870s, however its present suburban form did not start to develop until 1946 when Edward Carr, a…

    • Sterling

      With its affordable housing and close proximity to the Dulles Town Center, Rt. 7, the Dulles Toll Road and Metro’s Silver Line, Sterling is quickly becoming one of the hottest…

    • Vienna/Tysons Corner

      Originally settled by American Colonists in 1754, this residential community on the outskirts of Tysons Corner features a small-town atmosphere, its own central business district and easy access to Washington,…