6 Bedroom In Fairfax Station Asking $889,900

This 6 bedroom residence in 22039 in Fairfax County is asking $889,900. Agents come from all walks of life and some are much better than others. Interview Benjamin Schulze to see if Benjamin is the Realtor for you. Photo of 8505 Heron Pond Ln It’s best to rely on a local specialist like Benjamin Schulze to find homes. Ad hoc searches without professional assistance rarely return the right results.

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8505 Heron Pond Ln has 3 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom.
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8505 Heron Pond Ln, Fairfax Station 22039

Enjoy spectacular lakefront views! Over 5,000 SF of refined living space! Beautifully remodeled kitchen and baths! 2 home offices, sunroom, 6 spacious bedrooms, loft. Finished walkout basement. New roof, HVAC & water heater! Updated windows! … [Read more]

6 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths

Home size: 3643

Added: 07/31/19, Last Updated: 07/31/2019

Property Type: Detached for Sale

MLS Number: VAFX1079326

Subdivision: Crosspointe

Listed at $889,900

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10918 Woodfair Rd

6 beds, 5 full, 2 part baths

Home size: 9,525 sq.ft.

Subdivision: Fairwood Acres

Added: 04/11/19

Property Type: Detached for Sale

Price: $1,869,900

Last Updated: 07/23/2019

11041 Sandy Manor Dr

6 beds, 4 full, 1 part baths

Home size: 4,428 sq.ft.

Subdivision: Sandy Run Forest Estates

Added: 06/08/19

Property Type: Detached for Sale

Price: $1,150,000

Last Updated: 07/16/2019

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