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Years Later West Springfield Is Still A Neighborhood Where You Can Enjoy The Outdoors

West Springfield Ad For Outdoor Living-Cindy Jones

 

When West Springfield was first being built the developers didn't knock down every tree they could see and flatten the hills.  Instead they left the gently rolling hills and many trees.

Now West Springfield residents can still enjoy the outdoors in their backyards but also the dozens of local and Fairfax County Parks that dot the area as well.

Whether it's South Run or Wakefield Recreation Centers, Hidden Pond Nature Center, Lake Accotink or Huntsman Lake (to name a few) residents can find a variety of outdoor activities to keep them busy all year round.

Residents of West Springfield also benefit from a wide variety of commuter options to DC, as well as neighborhoods within 10 miles of Fort Belvoir and NGA. 

For residents with school age children the West Springfield HS Pyramid offers a good selection of elementary schools feeding to West Springfield HS.

The only thing home buyers looking in West Springfield today can't find are homes for sale for under $35,000.  You can find Condos, Townhouses and Detached homes at a variety of price points through out of the West Springfield area.

Take a tour of some West Springfield (22152) homes for sale.

West Springfield Townhouses & Detached Homes For Sale (22152)

West Springfield Condominiums for Sale (22152)

 

 

Call Cindy Jones and CJ Realty Group at 703-346-2213 to talk about the best option for you in West Springfield and the surrounding area.

 

 

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If you are interested in learning more about the Northern Virginia Real Estate market including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties give Cindy Jones and Integrity Real Estate Group a call at 703-346-2213.

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Comment balloon 11 commentsCindy Jones • May 01 2012 06:57PM

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Cindy, West Springfield was marketed originally as a great family community and your post still says similar, except the pricing is off just a bit from the original. Nice touch with a copy of the original ad

Posted by Ed Silva, Central CT Real Estate Broker Serving all equally (RE/MAX Professionals, CT 203-206-0754 ) about 6 years ago

I love these old flyers you have been featuring in your posts.  And it is nice to see the messagestill rings true.

Posted by Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Bristow, VA (Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA) about 6 years ago

I think it's great that the developers didn't knock down all the trees in West Springfield, so that everyone could still enjoy the outdoors in the backyards for those nice BBQ days. I can image that $35,000 won't buy a nice home in West Springfield anymore. Those were to Good Old Days!

Have a Nice Evening!

Posted by Jerry Newman, Texas REALTOR, San Antonio Military Relocation (Brown Realty, 210-789-4216,www.JeremiahNewman.com) about 6 years ago

Wow!  Where did you find that 1950's ad?!  Amazing.  Of course those prices are definitely in the 50's.  My first home was built in the 50's, bought in 1984. Brings back lots of memories.  

Posted by Jan Green, HomeSmart Elite Group, REALTOR®, EcoBroker, GREEN (Value Added Service, 602-620-2699) about 6 years ago

Ed-the area is still a great location for a lot of reasons.  The houses are still solid and the neighborhoods look great after 50 years.

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) about 6 years ago

Chris Ann-thanks.  It's been fun remember Springfield from when I was much younger.

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) about 6 years ago

Jerry-it's seems today developers knock down all the large trees as it's easier to grade the lots without having to work around trees.  Sad but fortunately that wasn't the way neighbrohoods were built in Springfield in the 1950's and 1960's.

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) about 6 years ago

Jan-I admit to missing the house I grew up in.  Owned it for 4 years and it was a solid house with a very use able floorplan. 

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) about 6 years ago

Cindy, 

Love that they left the trees.  Just had a couple in from AZ, they were amazed with our greenery in Atlanta and were much more drawn to neighborhoods with tons of trees.  

All the best, Michelle

Posted by Michelle Francis, Realtor, Buckhead Atlanta Homes for Sale & Lease (Tim Francis Realty LLC) about 6 years ago

Michelle-I lived in Arizona for 6 years and learned to appreciate the differences between the two landscapes. 

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) about 6 years ago

Great localism post Cindy!  Love the picture too.  :)                                                                                          

Posted by Amanda Christiansen, Christiansen Group Realty (Christiansen Group Realty (260)704-0843) about 6 years ago

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