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Annandale, Virginia, with a population of approximately 55,000, is located in Fairfax County and covers about 14 squares of coastal plain. Like many area communities Annandale benefits from its proximity to Washington D.C. The general geographic features of this community are small streams and rolling hills.

There is significant history attached to this area of the country, with the first toll road in the U.S. passing through. Annandale was also an important supply location for early U.S. Army operations. The Cross County Trail offers excellent hiking and bicycling opportunities, in addition to bird watching and winter activities such as cross-country skiing.

Demographic Sketch

Annandale’s population has doubled since the 1970 census, with the largest growth taking place in the 1970s. Community population is 65 percent white, 6 percent African American and about 19 percent Asian-American. The next largest segment of the population is Hispanic/Latino.

The area is family oriented, with one-third of the homes having children under the age of 18. Fifty-eight percent of the population is married couples. Median household income is approximately $90,000, with a small percentage of families living below the poverty line. The economy is driven by computer-related industries and corporate centers for several large companies.

Families are served by a number of elementary schools and middle schools, along with Annandale High School and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

Real Estate and Living

Median sale price for homes is $350,000, with 529 recently sold, according to available statistics. Home prices have increased about 3 percent in the most recent year-to-year comparison. Average listing price in some zip codes is well above $1 million.

Service at a major international airport is about 9 miles away. Points of interest include the National Aquarium and the National Gallery of Art. Botanical and aquatic gardens in the Washington D.C. area draw many visitors and provide wonderful recreation for Annandale families.

History and government bans will enjoy Arlington National Cemetery and the Clara Barton Historic Site just a few miles away. The Woodrow Wilson House and Tudor Place are both less than 10 miles from Annandale center. Fairfax County offers hundreds of school choices, 18 military/historical sites, 19 hospitals and primary medical facilities and more than 250 parks and outdoor spaces. There are approximately 30 golf courses and country clubs in the area.

As is the case with other quality communities in this area, Annandale offers first-class amenities and comfortable residential living.

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