Springfield, Virginia Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Fairfax County


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7501 MENDOTA PL, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22150 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
4 Bed, 2 Bath
2,300 Sq.Ft
New Listings Homes
*** 3 Miles To Metro *** Walk To Lake
Price Reduced
7329 LAUREL CREEK CT, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22150 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
5 Bed, 5 Bath
6,285 Sq.Ft
Price Reduced Homes
Spectacular 6,000 Sq Ft. + Move-In Ready
Short Sale
6329 WILLOWFIELD WAY, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22150 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
4 Bed, 3.50 Bath
0 Sq.Ft
Short Sale Homes
Potential Short Sale. Great Opportunity
Price Reduced
6222 HILLSIDE RD, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22152 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
3 Bed, 2.50 Bath
1,320 Sq.Ft
Price Reduced Homes
Wow! Must See Extensive Renovations! New
New Listing
6457 SHANNON STATION CT, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22152 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
3 Bed, 3.50 Bath
0 Sq.Ft
New Listing Homes
This Updated Townhome Is In A Fantastic
6431 ENGLISH IVY CT, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22152 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
3 Bed, 3.50 Bath
0 Sq.Ft
Gated Homes
4 Beautiful Levels And A Garage-Close To
8426 SPRINGFIELD OAKS DR, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22153 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
2 Bed, 3 Bath
1,661 Sq.Ft
Loft Homes
Garrett Model -4 Lvl Townhome In Sought
6432 NORTHANNA DR, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22150 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
5 Bed, 3 Bath
1,450 Sq.Ft
Pool Homes
Fantastic Home In Great Neighborhood
Cul de Sac
7501 BALLYSHANNON CT, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22153 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
4 Bed, 3.50 Bath
2,751 Sq.Ft
Cul de Sac Homes
Light And Bright 4br& Den, 3 1/2ba, 2gar
7814 POHICK RD, Springfield in FAIRFAX County, VA 22153 Home for Sale
Springfield, VA
5 Bed, 4.50 Bath
5,514 Sq.Ft
Waterfront Homes
Light-Filled Home Nestled On Hill Above

Springfield, Virginia
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices

Updated On: May 28, 2016
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
22150 2,300 sf $720,000 800 sf $484,000 44 1,200 sf $448,000 10
22151 2,400 sf $765,000 1,400 sf $512,000 18
22152 1,800 sf $598,000 1,100 sf $517,000 29 1,300 sf $411,000 1,100 sf $276,000 29
22153 1,700 sf $590,000 1,200 sf $480,000 39 1,000 sf $397,000 22

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Springfield, Virginia Real Estate & Homes for Sale

Located in the Southeast corner of Fairfax County, Virginia, the community of Springfield is a relatively new census-designated place surrounded by historic cities such as Alexandria and Burke. The city is centrally located with easy access to I-95, the major north-south route running from Boston to Florida, and I-495, the Capital Beltway with access to the entire Washington, DC area.

Springfield features excellent schools, large open areas, 70-acre Lake Accotink, and a country club with a 36-hole golf course. The community is also known for its quiet tree-lined residential areas and many neighborhood parks. Public transportation in Springfield is provided by the Washington METRO subway and by the Virginia Railway Express with its numerous stops and large parking areas for commuters. Springfield also is the site of one of the largest shopping malls in the area, the Springfield Mall.

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Springfield, VA Real Estate

The history of Springfield dates back to 1946 when a realtor by the name of Edward R. Carr conceived the master plan for the area. He had studied maps of Northern Virginia and discovered that Springfield had the last sizable accessible tract of undeveloped land within a 12-mile zone around Washington, DC. It was 1952 before the sewer and water lines were installed and plans were approved to build the first houses; 2,000 houses were completed by 1955.

West Springfield, Franconia, Burke and Newington are neighboring communities considered to be part of greater Springfield. The Army's Fort Belvoir is just south of the town and Alexandria, with its historic Old Town is northeast.

Fairfax County was established in 1742 and named after Thomas, the sixth Lord Fairfax. Located 10 miles southwest of Washington, DC, the county covers 399 square miles and has major shopping hubs, national parks, a wide variety of restaurants and popular cultural attractions within its boundaries.

As the home of patriot-farmers George Washington and George Mason, Fairfax County has rural roots. As recently as the 1950s it was the leading dairy-producing county in the Commonwealth. Now it is a world center of commerce and trade and the technology hub of the U.S. East Coast. More than 4,000 technology companies have offices in the county including leaders in aerospace, e-commerce, Internet services, software development and telecommunications. It is the home of the Internet, with more than half of the world's Internet traffic crosses northern Virginia's borders daily.

Fairfax County has led the transformation of the Washington area into a technology hub. The Washington area has more technology companies and technology workers than any other region in the U.S., according to a 1999 study commissioned by the Greater Washington Initiative. Fairfax County has the largest number of jobs and the largest labor force in the Washington area.

Fairfax County enjoys an abundance of attributes that make it one of the most desirable places in the U.S. to work, live and play. These attributes - its diversified and dynamic business base, highly trained workforce, competitive tax structure, historically low unemployment rate, multi-modal transportation network, extensive fiber network, historic attractions, broad cultural and recreational opportunities and high quality of public service - are the lifeblood of any thriving technology community.

Also, thousands of firms have opened their doors in the past decade to take advantage of the county's excellent public schools, colleges and universities; strategic access to Washington, DC; Dulles and Reagan Washington National Airports; high-quality commercial real estate; and well-maintained and diverse residential communities.

Fairfax County's historical attractions include Woodlawn Plantation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Pope-Leighey House, Sully Plantation, Colvin Run Mill, Mount Vernon (the home of George Washington), and Claude Moore Colonial Farm. Cultural attractions such as Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts, George Mason University Center for the Arts, Harris Theatre, The Patriot Center at George Mason University, The Ernst Community Cultural Center at NVCC, the Alden Theatre, the Arts Council of Fairfax County, and the Reston Community Center offer a broad range of popular attractions and performances.

Interstates 95, 495 and 66 provide primary road access to the county. Washington Dulles International Airport (the second largest transatlantic gateway and the third largest East Coast gateway to the Pacific Rim) is located in the northwestern part of the county.

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Springfield Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of May 23rd, 2016: homes priced around $483,568 compared to $454,838 the previous week, showing a increase of more than +6%.  For Saturday, May 28th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 3.66%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 2.77%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.23%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 3.88%. You can calculate your mortgage rate with our mortgage calculators.  Get local info and homes for sale in Springfield VA. View active real estate listings for different types of properties including new homes, houses for sale, foreclosures, short sales, and price reduced listings. Find information and property resources including prices of recently sold homes, neighborhood information, crime stats, home values, and schools in Springfield to help you find the best home!