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About 10570 Main Street Fairfax, VA 22030
Located less than .5 mile from Old Town Fairfax, this 2 bedroom/1 bathroom fully remodeled condo is available June 1. About the condo: - All utilities included (cable/Internet separate) - Washer and dryer in unit AND community washer (50 cents) and dryers (FREE) - Hardwood laminate flooring throughout - Tons of natural light (wall-length windows in living room and bedrooms) - Granite countertops and glass/slate backsplash in kitchen - Carrera marble vanity and subway tile in bathroom - Crown moulding throughout - Chair rail and ceiling fans in both bedrooms - Gym and pool onsite - Secure facility - One parking space and plenty of visitor parking - Situated in a park-like setting and walking distance to several walking/biking trails About the area: - Main St. at Mosby Bldg. bus station steps away - Vienna/Fairfax-GMU metro station less than 5 miles away - George Mason University 1.5 miles away - Walking distance to four-star restaurants and bars (Sisters Thai, East Wind, De Clieu, Sushi Prince, Auld Shebeen, Main Street Bagel Deli, Bellissimo, Villa Mozart and many more) - Washington, D.C. 20 miles away - More about Old Town Fairfax - http://visitfairfax.com Rent is $1,725 per month and includes water, gas, electricity, heat/AC, trash, snow removal, pool and gym. Available June 1. Interested? Respond to this listing or contact 404-435-6885.
Amenities & Expenses
- Smoke Free
- Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
- •Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
City - Fairfax
Less than twenty miles west of Washington on Interstate 66, Fairfax is a small suburban community that has become quite popular with DC-area commuters seeking a quiet home environment. Families love the quaint atmosphere, excellent public schools, and friendly neighbors. Local community festivals celebrating everything from Irish heritage to the arts to chocolate are always popular with the locals, and the city’s public parks, playgrounds, and walkable downtown district give folks ample opportunities to spend time outdoors.
The student body of neighboring George Mason University is actually larger than the entire population of Fairfax, and many students, faculty, and staff members call the city home—consequently, locals enjoy access to the attractions and resources of the campus as well as a unique blend of amenities catering to the college.