The Neighborhood Barbershop In Falls Church Prepares For Coronavirus Precautions

Things will not be the same in The Neighborhood Barbershop, in Falls Church, Virginia when Dustin Foley is able to resume cutting clients’ hair, as early as next Friday. Foley said, “We’ve worked really hard to foster a place that would encourage people to loiter”. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has announced certain nonessential businesses can reopen May 15, with enhanced safety precautions, to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading

A Primer To Chestnut Place In Falls Church

Chestnut Place is bordered by Leesburg Pike, Chestnut Street, and Dale Drive in the zipcode 22043. It’s four miles west of Arlington and nine miles west of the District. It is a new development by NV Homes in Falls Church located an easy walk from West Falls Church metro and Falls Church City. It is a new community with 7 single-family homes and 46 townhomes starting in the $1 million range. The community is located off Route 7 and flanked by Dale Drive and Chestnut Street. Continue reading

Things To Know About Lee Oaks Condominium

Lee Oaks condominiums are located on Lee Oaks Court and Lee Oaks Place in Falls Church, VA. This contemporary-style garden condo community was built in the 1980s and consists of 120 units in total, split over four floors. Each condo boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms and has an approximate floor area of 1,200 square feet. The condos also have a living room, a kitchen, and a good amount of living space. The top floor units have extra high ceilings. Continue reading

Have Fun At The State Theatre

The State Theatre is a restaurant and concert venue in Falls Church, Virginia. The State Theatre was built in 1936. The venue operated as a movie theater until 1988. The theatre reopened in 1999 as an events hall and music theatre. The closest Metro station to The State Theatre is the East Falls Church Metro station. Continue reading

Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Brings Easter Celebration To Children In Falls Church

The parks department has decided to take Mr. and Mrs. Bunny on a trip through the city on the day when the annual Easter Egg Hunt usually brings thousands of kids to the City of Falls Church. Surely they will be maintaining proper social distancing. “We are taking the bunny to the streets,” said Danny Schlitt, director of the City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department. Mr. and Mrs. bunny split up — just for the day — taking two different routes through the streets of Falls Church. Continue reading

Why Annalee Heights?

Annalee Heights is located inside the Beltway, less than 15 miles from Washington DC in Falls Church, Virginia. Annalee Heights is conveniently located slightly more than two miles from the East Falls Church Metro station and has easy access to Annandale Road and the Beltway. Most of the homes in Annalee Heights homes are older, well-built Cape Cods or Colonials that have been completely remodeled over the years. Continue reading