Parkfairfax  Neighborhood & Parkfairfax Community Alexandria VA

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Parkfairfax is an historic community in Alexandria, Virginia. Parkfairfax is a unique collection of 1,684 units with 13 different models and floor plans tastefully designed and built into 132 landscaped and wooded acres. Parkfairfax began as rental units constructed to meet wartime civilian housing needs. Many notable Washingtonians have chosen our community as their first homes when coming to Washington to serve their nation, including Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. In 1978, Park Fairfax was converted to a condominium and is now home for people of all interests, occupations and ages. Among the amenities Parkfairfax offers are three swimming pools, an exercise facility, tot lots, tennis courts, a car wash, maintenance yard, laundry rooms and woodland trails.

Parkfairfax is divided into units and Common Elements. All areas outside the individual units are Common Elements. These include the land, building structures and the utility infrastructure. Some elements are designated as Limited Common Elements for the exclusive use of individual unit owners. These include patios (the area extending 20 feet to the rear of ground floor units), attics and assigned storage spaces. Common Element areas are maintained by the Association and Limited Common Elements are generally maintained by the resident.

Parkfairfax is governed by Administrative and Policy Resolutions. A complete listing of all resolutions can be found in the association office or on the web site at http://www.parkfairfax.info/about/governing-documents/

HISTORY OF PARKFAIRFAX by Lisa Phinney - PDF

Helpful information from the Parkfairfax Unit Owners Association:

ParkFairfax Condominium Association on Facebook

ParkFairfax review on Urban Turf

ParkFairfax NEWS


There are thirteen different models available in ParkFairfax, ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms:

ParkFairfax Models

Model Sq. Footage Bedrooms Bathrooms Levels Floorplans
Adams 750 1 1 1   Floorplan
Jackson 760 1 1 1   Floorplan
Garfield 780 1 1 1   Floorplan
Monroe 805 1 1 1   Floorplan
Jefferson 824 1 1 1   Floorplan
Lincoln 900 2 1 1   Floorplan
Washington 930 2 1 2   Floorplan
Madison 930 2 1 2   Floorplan
Cleveland 1060 2 2 2   Floorplan
Van Buren 1114 3 1 2   Floorplan
Harrison 1170 3 1 2   Floorplan
Coolidge 1240 3 2 2   Floorplan
Roosevelt 1555 4 2 2   Floorplan

 

 

 


ParkFairfax Community
ParkFairfax, Alexandria, VA

ParkFairfax is an historic community  of 1,684 units carefully nestled into 132 landscaped and wooded acres. This community began as rental units constructed to meet wartime civilian housing needs. Many notable Washingtonians have chosen our community as their first homes when coming to Washington to serve their nation, including Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. In 1978, Parkfairfax was converted to a condominium and is now home for people of all interests, occupations and ages. Among the amenities Parkfairfax offers are three swimming pools, an exercise facility, tot lots, tennis courts, a car wash, maintenance yard, laundry rooms and woodland trails.

ParkFairfax Area Schools

Alexandria Public Schools

  • Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) serves more than 15,000 students who hail from more than 114 countries and speak 119 languages. ACPS has 18 schools, including two middle schools, two K-8 schools, one pre-K school and the internationally recognized T.C. Williams High School. ACPS is committed to ensuring that each and every student succeeds.1

Charles Barrett Elementary School

  • Charles Barrett Elementary School is fully accredited. To learn more, review the Virginia School Report Card on the Virginia Department of Education Web site or review recent test scores.

George Washington Middle School
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  • George Washington Middle School is a well-respected school located in the heart of Del Ray, a 100+ year old community within the City of Alexandria. Located on Mount Vernon Avenue that runs north-south and is the center of much of our community’s activities and functions through the year, George Washington Middle School has a current enrollment of 1,530 students in grades 6-8. Our school, which is named after our nation’s first president, has a long history having served many educational roles in the City of Alexandria. It opened in 1935 as George Washington High School. Although T.C. Williams opened in 1965, G.W. remained a four-year high school until 1971. At that time both G.W. and Hammond were designated to serve ninth and tenth graders, with eleventh and twelfth grades at T.C. Williams High School. In 1979, the secondary schools were again reorganized and G.W. became a junior high serving seventh, eighth, and ninth graders. George Washington became a middle school in 1993. 

TC Williams High School

  • T.C. Williams High School is fully accredited. To learn more, review the Virginia School Report Card (PDF)on the Virginia Department of Education website or review recent test scores.
 

 

 

Marlene HallĀ®
eXp Realty
20130 Lakeview Center Plaza, Suite 400
Ashburn, VA 20147
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