$227,500 at Huntington Run

Garden-Style Condos For Sale

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Huntington Run is a  4-floor a garden style condo that was built in Fairfax County VA in 1990. Huntington Run is located at 6425 Richmond Highway Alexandria VA 22306. If you're looking for an ultra-affordable newer condo near the Metro, it's hard to beat Huntington Run.

Huntington Run has a walk score of 69. Target, Beacon Mall, and Kings Crossing are just steps away. There are nearby bus stops including the Fairfax Connector 152 and others (for example one that goes towards Fort Belvoir and another that goes towards Springfield). Huntington Run has easy access to the Beltway. Huntington is a few blocks away from Bucknell and a short drive away from Kingstowne and Old Town.

Huntington Run is the sister community to Huntington Walk. Much like its sibling the properties here offer large accommodation. These garden-style condominiums are well priced, clad in siding and situated close to the Huntington Metro.

School Level School Name School Address Phone Number
ELEMENTARY Belle Viewprofile | homepage | map 6701 Fort Hunt Road
Alexandria, VA 22307
703-660-8300
MIDDLE Carl Sandburg Middle School
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8428 Fort Hunt Road
Alexandria, VA 22308
703-799-6100
HIGH West Potomac High School
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6500 Quander Road
Alexandria, VA 22307
703-718-2500

 


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