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Luxury Homes in Fairfax County, VA
Situated among the largest population base in Virginia, our new luxury homes in Fairfax County are a vibrant part of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Reflecting continued growth in government and high-tech industries, Fairfax County is home to a number of Fortune 500 firms, America's major intelligence agencies as well as well-known shopping and entertainment destinations.
An Area of Economic Boom
With a surplus of technology companies doing business in homeland security, e-commerce, software development, telecommunications, and aerospace as well as Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC and Northrop Grumman being among the county's top 10 employers, for many purchasing a new home in Fairfax County, proximity to employment is a deciding factor.
NVHomes' new luxury communities offer single-family homes for sale within easy access to dynamic Fortune 500 firms, America's major intelligence agencies, and an abundance of other government and private sector opportunities.
Areas of Scenic Interest
Our new luxury homes in Fairfax County, VA, are not only awash in historical sites, but are surrounded with more than 24,000 acres of rich scenic beauty. Fairfax County Park Authority operates 420 parks, eight recreation centers, five nature centers, a working farm and mill, equestrian trails and public golf courses"”all loaded with great activities and fun for any occasion.
Many of our residents value the open space and tranquility of our family-friendly suburban communities, and as luxury homebuilders in Fairfax County, VA, NVHomes strives to develop new construction methods that are aesthetically pleasing and have minimal impact on the natural beauty of the area.
Nearby Shopping and Entertainment
With rapid expansion over the past two decades, Fairfax County is no longer considered simply a bedroom community of Washington but its own distinct cultural destination. New-home construction in Fairfax County has translated into a vibrant mix of shopping and nightlife opportunities, including over 200 shopping centers and high-profile retailers such as Nordstrom, Macy's, and Neiman Marcus, in the area's popular Tysons Corner.