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Southern Fairfax County

South of I-95 in Fairfax County, there are several distinct communities, a few of these are Mount Vernon, Franconia, Lorton, Newington, Fort Hunt, and New Alexandria. This area provides residents with a blend of urban and residential life, as well as convenient access to the National Capital Region's services and activities. Mount Vernon is renowned for its historic sites, such as George Washington's Mount Vernon estate, and it has a blend of traditional homes and modern developments. Franconia is mainly a residential neighborhood with a variety of living choices such as single-family homes, townhouses, and condos. Lorton is a residential and business development with adjacent shopping malls, restaurants, and other facilities. Newington is mainly a commercial district with several big companies and retail establishments. Fort Hunt is well-known for its parks and leisure options, which include the beautiful George Washington Memorial Parkway and a number of trekking and bicycling paths. New Alexandria, near the Potomac River, is a historic neighborhood with a blend of historic homes, museums, and other attractions. The real estate market in this region differs according to community and property type. Some neighborhoods have a blend of historic and newer houses, whereas others are mainly comprised of newer developments. Prices vary from around $200,000 to more than $1 million, based on location and property style. One of the primary advantages of residing in this region is easy access to the National Capital Region's amenities and attractions. The neighborhood is only a brief drive from central Washington, D.C., and it has easy access to several main highways as well as the Metrorail system. The region also has a number of parks, recreational options, and cultural organizations, making it a popular choice for those seeking a blend of urban and suburban life.

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