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Fairfax, Virginia is full of history, art, culture, and community events. Take a walking tour, visit a museum, enjoy outdoor activities, or take in a symphony concert. There are places to shop, eat, golf, enjoy a spa treatment, learn, or engage in business and work. Not only are there plenty of things for visitors and locals to do, but Fairfax, Virginia is also a great place to call home.
The City of Fairfax Public Library, operating since 2008, was the area’s first urban library and includes a two-level covered parking deck. The architecture, inside and out, pays homage to history and art with colonial columns and dormers, as well as fine furnishings.
The City of Fairfax Schools, in partnership with Fairfax County Public Schools, educates students in Fairfax, Virginia. Fairfax City Schools include a total enrollment exceeding 5,000 students in grades K-12. Schools in the city of Fairfax include Daniels Run Elementary (K-6), Providence Elementary (PK-6), Providence Elementary (PK-6), Lanier Middle School (7-8), and Fairfax High School (9-12).
Fairfax is also home to George Mason University, the largest public research university in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The City of Fairfax City-University Energy-saver (CUE) bus system provides transportation services from the university to shopping centers and other locations within the City of Fairfax, as well as the Metrorail Station.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) operates Metrobus and Metrorail transit services within Fairfax County.
Fairfax, Virginia receives more than its fair share of rain, with 44 inches per year over 116 days with measurable precipitation, and 7 inches of snow. However, there are 198 days where the sun shines on Fairfax, with summer high temperatures around 89 degrees, and winter lows around 24 degrees.
Fairfax, Virginia, with its proximity to Washington D.C. and other prominent areas, lends itself to simple day-trips to nearby locations for education, entertainment, and things to do.
Enrich your lifestyle with art, history, culture, education, as well as natural beauty and man-made fun. Contact your real estate agent today to schedule a tour of available properties in Fairfax, Virginia. This could just be the perfect place to call home.