Fairfax Station

Located in Fairfax County, Fairfax Station real estate is characterized by wooded lots, rolling hills, and large, upscale homes. The town grew up around the original Fairfax Station, a rail line hub constructed in the mid-1850s; when it closed in 1973, it was the last operating railroad station in the county. Two years later, a group of Fairfax Station real estate owners organized a reconstruction of the station, which now houses a museum and community center. Today, there is no commercial development of Fairfax Station real estate, which only adds to the community’s natural beauty and low crime rates. Many of the stores and amenities frequented by Fairfax Station real estate owners and residents are located in the nearby towns of Clifton and Burke.


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