New England farmers migrated to the Herndon area in the 1800s to escape the northern winters. This quaint town is once again experiencing growth brought on by the influx of new high-tech companies and Dulles International Airport, located just three miles away. The historic, restored town center features Victorian homes and buildings as well as clusters of townhouses. Most of the homes in Herndon, however, were built in the 1970s and are either contemporary or traditional styles. New construction is available on the outskirts of town.
Located around the intersection of Routes 7 and 28, Herndon residents benefit from the ever improving access to the District of Columbia and the surrounding communities. Commuters can take the Dulles Toll Road to the Capital Beltway. Express rush hour bus service is also available. Neighborhood shopping is augmented by nearby Tysons Corner and Fair Oaks Mall. The recently expanded Herndon community center provides residents with a fitness room, indoor gym, and programs and classes for all ages.
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