The Huntington / Penn Daw area of Fairfax County is just southwest of Old Town Alexandria.

Huntington is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. To the east is Belle Haven, Fairfax County, Virginia and to the south Groveton, Virginia. Much of Huntington is comprised of the Huntington subdivision and Jefferson Manor. These homes are brick and mostly brick duplex homes. Huntington is popular with first-time home buyers due largely to its proximity to the Huntington Metro station, the southern terminus of Metrorail's Yellow Line. There are also several high-rise apartment and condominium complexes in Huntington.

The area is included in ZIP code 22303, to which Alexandria is assigned as the place name. Huntington Metro is the last stop on the Yellow Line and a great place to start your commute.

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Rentals in the Huntington Area of Fairfax County VA

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Are you thinking of selling your home in Huntington?

Are you considering putting your house up for sale, but not sure where to start? Afraid it will take too long to sell, or that you won’t get the price you want? Here are 4 tips to get you started:

1. De-clutter. This is one of the most important things you can do. It might be easier to think of de-cluttering like this – you’re moving anyway, so why not start packing now?

Pack up everything you don’t need and store the boxes out of sight in the garage (or consider temporarily renting a small storage locker).

2. Organize your closets – put similar colors together, pants together, skirts together, shirts together etc. Why? Because it will make the closets look bigger. (Really.) An organized closet appears bigger, and you want your closets to look as spacious as possible.

3. Make your home look like a model. You want to de-personalize as much as possible so potential buyers can imagine themselves and their own belongings occupying the space in your house. That means minimizing – putting away everything you don’t need or use. Clear off kitchen counters as much as possible – stash all those appliances you don’t use, and put miscellaneous small clutter in a few attractive baskets or boxes.

4. Call Nesbitt Realty at (703)765-0300.  We can give you objective tips on what you can do to move your property.  We even have options for professionally staging your home if you’re interested. [learn more]