Groveton is located in Fairfax County. Groveton is bordered to the north by Rose Hill, to the northeast by Belle Haven, to the southeast by Fort Hunt and Hybla Valley, to the south by Woodlawn, to the southwest by Fort Belvoir, and to the west by Hayfield. Given below are some things that you should know about Groveton.
- Groveton has a population of 16,373.
- Fairfax County Public Schools operates public schools.
- Groveton High School, which served the community since 1959, was renamed in the mid-1980s as West Potomac High School, which also serves Fort Hunt.
- The median property value in Groveton is $420,100, and the homeownership rate is 53.7%.
- The average car ownership in Groveton, VA is 2 cars per household.
- The economy of Groveton employs 9.16k people. The largest industries in Groveton are Accommodation & Food Services, Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services, and Retail Trade, and the highest paying industries are Public Administration ($111,818), Information ($90,816), and Wholesale Trade ($81,169).
- Huntley Meadows Park, Fairfax County’s largest park, is located in the southwest part of Groveton.
- Groveton is ranked 7 out of 575 in most diverse places to live in Virginia.
- U.S. Route 1 (Richmond Highway) passes through the developed center of Groveton in the eastern part of the CDP, leading northeast 3 miles into Old Town Alexandria and 10 miles into Washington, D.C., as well as southwest 13 miles to Woodbridge. The Route 1 commercial area includes the Beacon Hill Shopping Center and surrounding retail stores, all of which run north towards Huntington.