3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 1320
Added: 09/10/19, Last Updated: 09/19/2019
Property Type: Townhouse for Sale
MLS Number: VAFX1088680
Subdivision: Georgetown Woods
Riders of the Virginia Railway Express who use the parking facility at Metro’s Franconia-Springfield station in Northern Virginia will have their daily parking bills reduced to almost half. Now the VRE commuters who use the multi-ride ticket can park for $4.95 a day under a deal with Metro. The previous rate of the ticket was $8.95 a day. Continue reading
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