Made up of more than 200 homes in Arlington VA, Westover caters to a majority of Colonials that were built in the end of the 1930’s to the early 1940’s in 10 to 20 acres of land. Many homes are detached houses while duplexes can be found scattered throughout the village.
In the center of Westover, Westover Park can be found at 1001 N. Kennebec Street. 4.36 acres of Westover Park features:
Combination of School-Age Playground
2 Baseball Fields
Various shops and restaurants grace the area, all located within an arm reach. Local favorites are The Lost Dog, Scoop Beauregard Ice Cream and Coffee and Lebanese Taverna among many other favorites to dine, drink and relax.
Located in Fairfax County near Lorton and Mason Neck, Gunston Hall Plantation was the center of a 5,500 acre tobacco and corn plantation. Owned by the author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, George Mason IV (1725 – 1792), this Georgian style home and garden is now a National Historic Landmark.
It is now owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia and administered by a Board of Regents appointed from the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.
Gunston Hall is open from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm except holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. And special events are showcased throughout the year.
Guided tours are offered of the mansion and the 550 acres of ground. The hiking trails are open till 6:00pm.
Opened in 1962, Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) can be found in Chantilly VA 26 miles from downtown Washington DC. These 12,000 acres of land has turned developed into a major source for domestic and international air travel with 11 domestic legacy and low fare carriers and 22 international carriers that provide air service globally.
The airport is connected to the region’s highway system by an Authority operated 16 mile Airport Access Highway – Dulles Toll Road exclusively for airport users.
A question that can cause a fiery debate but it only leaves one correct answer.
Once a bank forecloses on a property and was able to sell the property for more than the loan owed, the profit is readily handed over to the defaulted owner. Then again, the certain fees or expenses of the bank would have to be collected as well. So the loan and fees would be collected and remaining amount returned to the owner.
Some would be:
Newspaper Publication Fees
Back and Current Taxes
Back and Current HOA
Clean Out and Repair Fees
Therefore to conclude, if the property actually cost more than the loan, owners wouldn’t be allowing banks foreclose on their property. They would be selling it to save their credit.
This 235000 square foot Class A office and retail complex in a 2 acre site, Washington Square is a convenient business and shopping center along Alexandria’s main street and North Washington Street in Old Town Alexandria.
Featuring twin 4 story buildings designed with brick and cast stone exterior along with glass walls overlooking a grand courtyard. Tenants are attracted to the 3 story atrium lobbies, fitness center, concierge service, 600 space parking and computerized energy management system.
With Pohick Bay along the north, Belmont Bay along the south and the Potomac River on the east, Mason Neck State Park is the migrating and non migrating birds, ducks and swans refuge. Several hundreds of acres of forests provide homes to oaks, holly, hickory, and the like along with wetlands. A wide variety of programs and activities are held here.
Hiking and Biking Trails
Canoe Launch / Boating
Visitor Center / Gift Shop
Educational Programs for kids
Experimental Studies for adults
The Nature Conservancy bought the land and connected with a National Wildlife Refuge of over 2000 acres. Mason Neck State Park opened to the public in April 1985.
Mason Neck State Park is located in the southern part of Fairfax County which is 20 miles from Washington DC. Nearby attractions include:
Pohick Bay Regional Park
For more information please contact:
Mason Neck State Park
7301 High Point Road
Lorton, VA 22079
Information: (703) 339-2385
Office: (703) 339-2384
Visitor Center: (703) 339-2380
Fax: (703) 339-2617
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Fountainhead Regional Park is a part of the Northern Virginia Regional Parks system offering a wide range of activities:
Fees vary accordingly from the shore, from the ramp and for 55 years of age and above. A maximum 10 horsepower gasoline engine restriction is enforced on the Occoquan Reservoir.
Rentals are available for 3person Jon Boat, 4person Jon Boat, Canoe or Kayak
Equestrian Trails are maintained by the Clifton Horse Society. An Equestrian Trail Map and guide will be provided.
Trails offered: An 8 mile Mountain Bike Trail, White Trail which is a 2 mile Pedestrian Trail and the Trailhead for the 17.5 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail
Fun and relaxing before or after fishing / boating experience. This 18-hole miniature golf is only $2.00 for unlimited play. Open daily in summer and in weekends in spring and fall.
For those wanting to try the 8.0 mile full circuit.
A rental picnic shelter is offered for families, friends and coworkers who wish to go on a picnic at Fountainhead. Tables and Grills are already included but alcoholic beverages are not permitted. Open for rent at 3 options of: 9 AM to 3 PM, 3:30 PM to Sunset or All Day Long.
A snack Bar is located in Marina Building at its observation deck providing a breath taking view of the Occoquan Reservoir while feasting on a variety of sandwiches, snacks and beverages.
Bait, lures to angling licenses are available at the tackle shop on the observation deck. Rest Rooms are also provided here.
Expert Fountainhead guides offer ecological tours and fun paddling adventures for participants’ ages 12 years and above.
Bass Tournament is also offered for angling largemouth bas
s, catfish, crappie, perch and bluegill.
Fountainhead Regional Park Schedule is as follows: