Lincolnia Overview

Lincolnia is that part of Fairfax County that abuts the City of Alexandria VA at the westernmost point near the intersections of I-395 and I-495. Lincolnia is home to several industrial parks and large warehouse stores, but there are also a few premium neighborhoods tucked into hidden corners in this community.

5 Fast Facts about Lincolnia

  1. Lincolnia is located in Fairfax County between Alexandria and Annandale.
  2. Most homes are single family detached with a small portion of townhouses.
  3. The nearby Green Spring Park and Lillian Carey Park provide walking trails, playgrounds and spacious land.
  4. Commuting is quick and easy with the interstate minutes away.
  5. Landmark Town Center is also within close proximity and many predict will boost property values when complete.

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