Neighborhoods Near Telecommunication and Information Systems Command (TISCOM)

Nearby Neighborhoods

Hayfield / Hayfield Farms is the closest community to TISCOM. Much of Hayfield was developed in the early 1980's. There are a couple of nearby townhouse subdivisions (such as Tartan Village) but when locals think of Hayfield, they think of Hayfield High School and the nearby single family homes. [read more about Hayfield]
Franconia is located just southwest of the City of Alexandria in Fairfax County. Franconia is largely defined by two large developments: Kingstowne and Rose Hill. Kingstowne is a planned community developed from the mid 1980's until around 2005. The community has broad rolling avenues that interconnect with well-planned cul-de-sac neighborhoods that have a variety of houses, townhouses and condominiums. Most of Kingstowne features updated-colonial style architecture. Many homes and townhouses have brick faces and exterior trim details. In some parts of Kingstowne parking is a little hard to find, but in the older parts of Kingstowne this is less true. Rose Hill was developed from about 1960 to around 1980. Homes in Rose Hill have large lots (by Northern Virginia standards) and usually have sprawling floorplans on one level. Homes in Rose Hill are often all-brick.
[Read more about Franconia]
Huntley Meadows is the largest park in Fairfax County and it's located not far from TISCOM. There are several neighborhoods that back to the park in close proximity to TISCOM. [read more]
Huntington is just down the road from TISCOM. Huntington is the last stop on the Yellow Line Metro. TISCOM is not metro-accessible but that doesn't mean that you can't live near the metro and work at TISCOM. [read more about Huntington]

About Mount Vernon VA

Mount Vernon, George Washington's estate on the Potomac The Mount Vernon District of Fairfax County is located in the southern part of Fairfax County along the banks of the Potomac and around toward Old Town Alexandria. Mount Vernon is a diverse community in that along the Potomac and near George Washington's estate you'll find some of Northern Virginia's most prestigious and luxurious residences. But near Woodlawn and in other parts of the Mount Vernon District you'll also find some of the lowest prices of any real estate in Fairfax County VA. Mount Vernon was a settled community in colonial days, but was largely a rural community until the middle of the last century. Since that time Mount Vernon is now home for residences that cater to a broad range of tastes and budgets. [Read more about Mt. Vernon real estate]
Lorton is located south of Alexandria in Fairfax County near Fort Belvoir VA. Lorton doesn't have shops and restaurants like you'll find in other communities that we've mentioned. Lorton does have very easy access to the base and more reasonably priced homes without having to cross into Prince William County. [read more about Lorton]
Stuart Nesbitt
Stuart Nesbitt