Governor's Grove Real Estate: Prices, Pictures, Facts and Map

Real Estate with amenities and close to Old Town

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Governor's Grove is a townhouse subdivision located in Fairfax County just outside the Capital Beltway near the intersection of Telegraph Road and Franconia Road. Tomes here are newer with many fine appointments found in upscale homes.

Located near Old Town, Governor’s Grove contains 157 upscale homes built in 1999 and 2000. The homes have brick fronts, two-car garages and range from 2,636 to 3,422 square feet. Homes come in five models: Keats, Fenwicke, Austen, Cheswicke and Eliot. They’re situated along Governor’s Crest Court, Governor’s Pond Circle and Grovehurst Place.

Residents have access to tennis courts, tot-lots, walking paths and other common areas. For schooling, young residents attend Clermont Elementary, Twain Intermediate and Edison High. Working parents have easy access to areas around Northern Virginia through the Huntington, King Street and Van Dorn metro stations; Interstates 495, 395 and 95; and the Fairfax County Parkway. Fort Belvoir, a U.S. Army Reserve Center, the Pentagon, the Bolling Air Force  Base and a U.S. Coast Guard Station are also nearby.

Being a few minutes’ drive from Old Town means easy access to a plethora of unique shops, markets, restaurants and historical places, like the Masonic Temple.

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Setting a rental budget

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For many renters the most important consideration is how much they are willing to spend on a rental per month. For this reason it should come as no surprise that the first step in the rental process should include establishing a budget. Renters should consider their monthly income and subtract out all of their monthly expenses from this amount. Monthly expenses should include all bills which are paid regularly as well as money spent on food, entertainment and miscellaneous items each month. The renter may also wish to subtract out an additional amount to allow for some savings each month as well as emergencies. The total left after these subtractions is the amount the renter is able to spend on an rental per month. Once this amount is established the renter will have a better understanding of the type of rental they are able to afford.

When you know you budget and you’re ready to shop for a new home, contact an agent.  Rental agents cost the renter nothing and they don’t work for one specific building. A rental agent can see all the rentals that are available to make sure that you get the best value for your money. [Learn more]

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