Heritage Hill of Alexandria is a townhouse subdivision located in Fairfax County just outside the Capital Beltway near the intersection of Telegraph Road and Franconia Road. The majority of the 80 townhomes available were built in the 1980s against a backdrop of mature trees and meticulously landscaped greens. Homes here often bound Heritage Hill Park, a forested buffer between Heritage Hill and Telegraph Road.
The neighborhood is pet-friendly and welcomes dogs of all sizes. Much of the community’s appeal lies in its location which provides easy access to the airport, Old Town, and Downtown DC. Heritage Hill is also just a short distance to several golf courses, boating, and fishing along the Potomac River, as well as a network of hiking and biking trails.
This location provides walking access to the Huntington Metro. Commuters here have easy access to Old Town Alexandria and I-495. Students attend Cameron Elementary School, Twain Middle School, and Edison High Schools.