Located just north of Clifton, St. Mary’s Church in Fairfax Station was the site where Clara Barton cared for wounded soldiers during the Civil War. Today, this area is completely residential with very little commercial development. The privacy and seclusion of this picturesque area attracts those who are willing to commute a little longer for the peaceful country life offered in Fairfax Station.
Fairfax offers some older houses along tree-shaded streets, but most of the housing is new or constructed within the last decade. Among the choices are elegant and luxurious estates and manors set on large wooded lots. Much of this property lies in five-acre zoning to retain the openness and natural beauty that make it so appealing. Both traditional styles and contemporary designs are available.
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