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Overview of Fairfax

Located in northern Virginia, Fairfax makes up part of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Surrounded by world-class attractions, local shopping, and restaurants, residents of Fairfax VA are never at a loss for entertainment. Fairfax Corner is a favorite urban area among locals where many special events are hosted. Not to mention, you are less than 20 miles away from national parks and beaches along Belmont Bay. This town couldn't be better!

Fairfax VA Apartments & Cost of Living

The cost of living in Fairfax is 31.4 percent greater than the average in Virginia and 27.8 percent greater than the national average. However, this is pretty typical for all cities that are close to Washington D.C. If you're looking for apartments in Fairfax VA, expect to pay anywhere between $1,200 and $1,600 for a one bedroom rental. The price rises with the addition of space, bedrooms, and amenities. Typical perks in this area include apartments with pools, fitness centers, and community rooms.

Things to Do in Fairfax VA

Fairfax VA provides historical attractions for residents at sites such as Grandma's Cottage and the Old Town Hall. Residents will also find some of the greatest parks near Fairfax apartments for rent. In 2011, the city was awarded a gold medal by the National Recreation and Parks Association for its program. The Fairfax Museum, Freedom House Museum and Meadowlark Botanical Gardens are all great spots to enjoy a weekend in town. The Pickett's Reserve neighborhood has some of the most desired apartments for rent in Fairfax. With a prime location close to routes 50 and 236, residents are in close proximity to both shopping and open spaces. Another great neighborhood is Cedar Grove Park. Residents will find a family-friendly environment here where children enjoy the local park and families can enjoy leisurely walks.

Apartments in Fairfax VA Work & Study

Local residents are likely to find employment in the financial, insurance and education industries. George Mason University takes up a great deal of land on the south end of Fairfax. Many off-campus housing options surround the university. Students attending Virginia International University can find Fairfax VA apartments on the northwest side of town.