23 miles from the nation’s Capital, you can find plenty of amenities in Fairfax Station. Though it’s got quite a bit of greenspace,there are still several neighborhoods in the area including Middleridge, Colony Park, Whitfield Green, Station Hills, Elgin Corner and Fairwood Acres. The super-suburbs (especially west) include such names Reston, Herndon, Ashburn and extend to Leesburg.
Fairfax Station contributed to development of the local economy from its completion on the Orange & Alexandria Railroad in 1852. Therefore the Railroad Museum is a must see. During the Civil War, many wars were fought along the railroad and Fairfax Station’s St. Mary of Sorrows Church and the train station itself even became makeshift hospitals during the War. Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross was one of the volunteers at the hospitals.
Niche.com ranks Fairfax-Station as #38 /164 Best Suburbs in Virginia and the schools as “highly rated.” Overall, they gave the area an A+ rating.
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