Price: $274,900 : 3851 Aristotle Ct #01-421, Fairfax, VA 22030 || Beds: 1 || Baths: 1 || Half-Baths: 0 || Living Area: 884 || Days On Market: 0 || || Fairfax Ridge || Buyer’s Rebate From Nesbitt Realty: $882 || MLS: VAFX1002278Adorable one bedroom two level condo!!! Rarely available Corner Loft Unit at Fairfax Ridge! Hardwood Floors and Ceramic tile. So much natural light from corner unit...bright and spacious loft area for office, workout area, complete with custom ... [Read more]
Fairfax County is located near Washington D.C. in Virginia, United States of America. It sprawls on an area of 406 square miles, with a land area of 391 square miles while an area of 15 square miles is covered by water. The Fairfax County shares borders with Arlington County, Alexandria and Falls Church in the north and east, Loudon County in the west and Prince William County in the south. The north and southeast sides of the County is bounded by the Potomac River, across which Washington D.C. is located in the northeast, Montgomery County, Maryland in the north, Prince George's County and Charles County, Maryland in the southeast. The economy of Fairfax County mainly depends upon technology and professional services. The major employers of Fairfax County are Hilton Worldwide, Volkswagen Group of America, Northrop Grumman, CSC (formerly Computer Sciences Corporation), Leidos, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Gannett, Booz Allen Hamilton, General Dynamics, Capital One, Freddie Mac, ICF International, ManTech International, Sallie Mae, NII, NVR and Mars. Fairfax County is one of the most desirable areas in the country to live in. Nonetheless, major commuter routes are plagued with traffic congestion. Nesbitt Realty can help you find areas where traffic is minimal. The major commuter routes of the county are the Interstate 66, Capital Beltway (Interstate 495), Interstate 395, Interstate 95, Dulles Toll Road, George Washington Memorial Parkway, Fairfax County Parkway, and the American Legion Bridge that connects Montgomery County, Maryland to Fairfax. The Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology is at the top of school ratings in the United States because it has the maximum number of students who qualify National Merit. Its students have the highest average SAT scores as well as perform annually in science and engineering researches. The median household income of Fairfax County is the second highest in the United States. The county has deep stream valleys and rolling hills along with a gentle valley. Hence, the natural beauty and economic stability can be both found in Fairfax County.