Hunters Woods Elementary School is a magnet school for arts and sciences where all students benefit from an
enriched program. The school’s staff weaves fine arts, performing arts, science, and technology into their curriculum for full impact. The school is business partners with Freddie Mac, George Mason’s Center for the Performing Arts, Kinko’s Copies, and McDonalds. Special features of the school include: English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), School Age Child Care (SACC), full day kindergarten, Special Education, Young Scholars, and Magnet School Curriculum. Hunters Woods Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences is located at 2401 Colts Neck Road, Reston, Va 20191.
Situated on a rolling forest terrain in West Springfield, Cardinal Forest is a condominium development that was constructed in 1968 and converted into a condominium community in 1978.
Below are the available floorplans at Cardinal Forest:
Cardinal Forest highlights 130 acres of landscaping with trails and pools near Lake Accotink offering tranquil living near nature.
The community of Cardinal Forest comprises of 1050 units wherein 501 are townhouses and 549 are condominium units. The units have brick exteriors while some are stucco that results in reduced maintenance fees for condo owners. Cardinal Forest offers a variety of 26 floorplans which are 1 to 3 bedroom townhouse style floorplans and 1 to 3 bedroom apartment style floorplans.
Alexandria’s Little Theatre is a wonderful addition to this community of Old Town Alexandria Virginia. In 1934 it was founded by Mary Lindsey and was first named Peacock Players. Located in the Old Town area at 60 Wolfe Street Alexandria, Virginia it not only produces intriguing shows, you can also volunteer, audition, or take a class. The theatre offers:
One-Act Playwright Competition
Becoming a member, with an annual fee, you become part of the theatre family by volunteering, using your skills, receiving a newsletter and receiving discounted fees to the productions. If you have any questions or just want to see more you can visit The Little Theatre at www.thelittletheatre.com
Situated at the corner of North Lexington and Wilson Boulevard at North Lexington Street in Arlington, The Bon Air Memorial Rose Garden features 135 rose varieties and over 2500 plant species It is the scenic location for botanical aficionados, lovers or for those who would just like to enjoy the 23.65 acres of nature.
The highlights of the Bon Air Memorial Rose Garden, where “All American Roses” is held yearly, are the rose garden, azalea garden, shade garden, sun garden and ornamental tree garden showcasing miniature roses, Hybrid Tea Roses, Floribunda, Grandiflora and more. The rose garden is managed by the Arlington Rose Foundation. For more information about the rose garden, please contact the Arlington Rose Foundation at 703 358 4747.
Last month, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recommended names for the eight Metrorail stations that are part of the Dulles Metrorail Project. The names, which must be approved by the Washington Metro Transit Authority board of directors, are as follows:
Tysons I & II
Tysons-Spring Hill Rd
Reston Town Center
Each proposed station name connotes a community: Tysons, Reston, Herndon, or McLean. Some include street names while others include the name of shopping malls and a town center.
The 23-mile transit line will run from Tysons to Dulles International Airport to the rest of the region, and the project comprises a total of 11 Metrorail stations, eight of which are located in Fairfax County.
The stations from Tysons-McLean to Reston-Wiehle Ave are scheduled to be operational in mid-2013.
Will has been involved in real estate management, sales and investment for more than twenty years. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army. While in the army, he studied Russian at Monterey’s Defense Language Institute. He is also a “veteran of the dotcom wars” and built most of the sites associated with NesbittRealty.com
Will currently resides in Belle Haven Estates just outside Old Town, overlooking New Alexandria. He is a former president of the Mount Vernon Youth Athletic Association and founded the Alexandria Fun with Friends Group. Will is the author of BattlestorM, a tabletop fantasy game, which was published by Ral Partha Publishing in the late ’90’s, and Arthur’s Realm, a boardgame available at the Gamecrafter.
Located on the Waterfront of Historic Old Town Alexandria, the Torpedo Factory Art Center is a great place for art lovers and tourists alike. The center is stocked
with pieces ranging from “The Nest Project” to at “Fiberworks” Gallery. The museum has over 500,000 visitors annually and has over 82 artist studios, six galleries, two workshops, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. The center also houses over 165 visual artists who produce artwork ranging from painting to stained glass. The Torpedo Factory is located at 105 N. Union Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. (703) 838-4565.
Across the street from the Torpedo Factory Art Center is the Torpedo Factory Condominiums, a collection of apartment and townhouse-style condos at the heart of Old Town’s most desirable waterfront locations.
After the process of picking out your dream property, the offer is to be written along with proof of Earnest Money and lender approval, your real estate agent will present the offer to the selling said.
This is where we, real estate agents use our expertise in presenting the offer, because it just doesn’t end there. It’s not simply handing the documentation to the listing agent and then wait patiently for their response. It is essential that the offer be over and for the fact that bargains do not last forever, we call up the listing agent to inform that the offer had already been sent over.
It is during this conversation that details be shared with the listing agent such as background information about our clients as to what would reflect as to what you would be looking for. We can describe as to how qualified you are to buy the property and how many properties we have looked at and that there are certain aspects or features about that home you sincerely appreciate.
As real estate agents, we review and explain all details of the offer such as inspections, date of closing, contingent or non contingent, pricing and the like. We also discuss a timeline to outline the milsestyones from the offer to settlement.