Stuart’s Crossing Subdivision Home Designs and Community Information
This article is about Stuart’s Crossing subdivision by NVHomes in Centreville, Virginia (Fairfax County). Stuart’s Crossing subdivision is a housing development of 20 luxury homes on 5 acre home sites on Bull Run Post Office Road off of Lee Highway (Route 29). NVHomes offers 7 different home designs from the estate series of single-family homes. These homes offer upgrades of up to 9,000 finished square feet, 5 car garages, first floor bedroom suites, 5 second floor bedrooms, and price ranges between $849,000 to $1.300,000. These homes are offered in Colonial, Federal, and European-style elevations.
The home designs with basic structural offerings and base prices are listed below:
Sudley Farm is a collection of 60 luxury homes on 5 acre home sites by Stanley Martin Homes in Centreville, Virginia. These homes are designed with gourmet kitchens and options for first-floor master bedrooms, third-floor lofts, sun rooms, and garages designed for 5 vehicles. There are 5 home designs at Sudley Farms with floor plans offering 3,694 to 8,779 finished square feet. Sudley Farm offers seclusion while residents have reasonable access to commercial and entertainment attractions in Brambleton (Loudoun County), Centreville (Fairfax County), and Gainesville (Prince William County).
Home designs offered by Stanley Martin Homes at Sudley Farm
This article celebrates one million views of our 3,839 internet pictures of mostly Northern Virginia photographs. Besides delivering an information heavy real estate website, we decided to pursue photographs of homes, communities, historical places, cities, and things-to-do which might interest our visitors and clients. Most pictures have a lot of accompanying information, and are probably part of many high school and college history papers. The titles and number of photographs in each album are listed below in internet links. There is also a slideshow of the 20 most popular images in the 36 albums we have created on Flickr.
Fairfax Corner is a shopping center with restaurants, commercial offices, national chain stores, local boutiques, and dentists, orthodontic, and endocrinology offices. These restaurants (listed below) are at Fairfax Corner:
The following businesses are among many stores at Fairfax Corner:
These links provide information for attractions and accommodations in sections of Fairfax County:
In 1771, the original gristmill at Mount Vernon was built at Dogue Run Farm. The Mount Vernon gristmill supplied Continental Europe, England, and the West Indies with high quality flour during the oversight of the plantation by George Washington. In 1791, the mill was automated after President George Washington reviewed and approved a patent application by Oliver Evans for a mechanical processing design submitted to the United States Patent Office. The “Evans Process”… Continue reading
The following are military agencies in Fairfax County located at Fort Belvoir:
This Department of Historic Resources historical highway marker is next to the Main Gate of Fort Belvoir on Richmond Highway (U. S. Route 1). It reads: “Fort Belvoir is named for the 18th-century plantation that was owned by William Fairfax. The house burned in 1783. The U. S. War Department acquired much of the Belvoir tract in 1912 as a training center and in 1917 named Camp A. A. Humphreys for Major General Andrew A. Humphreys, a former Chief of Engineers. During World War I the camp was enlarged and the Engineer School moved… Continue reading
Civic Associations in Fairfax County:
Click here for a complete directory of restaurants in Fairfax County.
Click here for the 30 best restaurants in Fairfax County according to trip advisor. There are also links to the best desserts, coffee and tea, ice cream, waffles and crepes, juice and smoothies.
Click here for the list of the best restaurants in Fairfax County according to Yelp reviews.
Click here for Zomato reviews of 560 restaurants in Fairfax County.
Below is a list of the best restaurants in Fairfax County, Virginia according to Northern Virginia Magazine:
Although our favorite Virginia wineries are Barboursville and Horton Cellars in Orange County, Fairfax County has two wineries which should not be overlooked. The Winery at Bull Run is next to Stone Bridge and Manassas National Battlefield Park, while Paradise Springs Winery is near the historic town of Clifton next to Bull Run. Both of these Fairfax County wineries are both worth visiting. The Winery at Bull Run offers wine tastings, catering, and award winning wines, food, live music, and patio seating. Visitors can enjoy special events such as Ladies Night Out (Thursdays), and Live Music (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). The winery as hosts special events (weddings, parties, corporate meetings). Paradise Springs Winery also offers the same attractions and services along with winery tours and wine dinners.
The Winery at Bull Run has earned… Continue reading
Listed below are parks and museums in Fairfax County
Click here for museums and historical sites in Fairfax County.
The Fairfax County Park Authority operates 420 parks including 371 miles of trails, lakes with marinas, historic sites, and nature centers. These parks include 274 athletic fields (30 synthetic turf). The Fairfax County Park Authority also manages the maintenance of more than 500 athletic fields for Fairfax County Public Schools. The Fairfax Cross County Trail is a 40 mile trail for pedestrians, cyclists, & equestrian use. It connects Great Falls National Park (Potomac River) to Occoquan Regional Park (Occoquan River). Facilities of the Fairfax County Park Authority:
NIKE Missile Site W-64, Lorton Virginia, was built during 1954 and was part of the Army Air Defense Command (ARADCOM). A ring of 11 NIKE anti-aircraft missile batteries were strategically… Continue reading