11735 Fairfax Station Road

Fairfax Station | VA


Home Features:

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4.5 Baths
  • 5+ Acre Premium Lot
  • 2 Car Side-Loading Garage with Fresh Epoxy Finish
  • Custom Carriage House Garage Doors
  • 3 Wood Burning Fireplaces
  • Upgraded HVAC System with Aprilaire Whole Home Humidifier System
  • Freshly Painted White Picket Fence
  • Freshly Painted Front Porch and Two-Level Balcony
  • Brand New Carpeting on Upper Level
  • Freshly Painted Master Bedroom and Bath
  • Remodeled Luxury Owner’s Bath with Separate Vanities, Soaking Tub, Frameless Shower, and Updated Fixtures
  • Chrome Fixtures in All Baths
  • Built-In Cabinets in Master Bedroom Walk-In Closet
  • Spacious Master Bedroom with Vaulted Ceilings
  • Cozy Balcony off Master
  • Huge Landing on Upper Level
  • Newly Re-Finished Hardwood Flooring throughout Main Level
  • Gourmet Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances and Granite
  • Breakfast Bar and Casual Dining Area with Built-In Bench
  • Butler’s Pantry with Customer Cabinets and Wine Fridge
  • Stainless Steel Front Loading Washer and Dryer
  • Custom Built-In Bookshelves and Window Seats


  • Crown Molding and Shadow Boxes
  • Tons of Recessed Lighting
  • Intelligent Lutron Lighting Control System
  • Hardwood Staircase with Runner
  • Designer Window Treatments
  • Deck with Hot Tub off Family Room and Living Room
  • Paver Patio with Huge Fire Pit
  • Billiard Room with Wet Bar
  • Multi-Mode Security System
  • Flat Screen TV’s in Family Room and Basement Included
  • Retractable Phantom Door and Window Screens throughout
  • Taxes: $9,843 (2017)
  • 4,705 Interior Square Footage
  • No HOA


Area Features and Conveniences

  • Bonnie Brae Elementary School
  • Robinson Secondary School – Middle
  • Robinson Secondary School – High
  • VRE
  • Fairfax County Parkway
  • George Mason University
  • Gold’s Gym
  • Burke Lake Park
  • Old Town Clifton
  • Trummer’s on Main
  • Main Street Pub
  • Paradise Springs Winery
  • Camp Hemlock

City of Fairfax, is an independent city in the heart of Fairfax County, Virginia. Located 16 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., it is Metro accessible through the Vienna station on the Orange Line. The city derives its name from Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, a friend of George Washington in his youth, who was awarded five million acres in land by King Charles. The award was a political payoff to allies of the King during the civil war in England in the mid-1600’s.


The area was developed in the early 18th century by farmers who established it as the Town of Providence by an act of the state legislature in 1805. After the Civil War, Fairfax was officially renamed the Town of Fairfax in 1874, and became an independent city in 1961, where it was officially named the City of Fairfax. Today, Fairfax is considered one of the most desirable places to live in America. In 2009, Forbes rankedFairfax Number 3 in the “Top 25 Places to Live Well”. One reason, said the magazine, is that it is “A great place for entrepreneurs.”


Residents who reside in Fairfax love the shopping, restaurants and convenience. Old Town Plaza, a central point in the city, is an exciting combination of office, boutique retail, restaurants, sidewalk cafés and a beautiful open plaza with plenty of parking. Together, it creates a vibrant downtown destination. In the summer, the streets are shut down some Friday nights, with a live band and beer garden taking center stage. George Mason University, Virginia’s largest public institution is also located nearby and hosts several events, concerts, and sporting events throughout the year. Fairfax offers everything a modern city should; nearby convenience, a place of history, and a touch of class. When asked by the residents how they would describe the area, they say simply “we are just proud to just call it home.




Katie Hayes

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  • 703.371.3347

  • katie.s.hayes@gmail.com

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