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Fairfax County, Virginia

First known for its agricultural community, Fairfax is the most populated county in all of Northern Virginia. Also rich in Civil War history it is famous for Mt. Vernon, George Washington’s home. It is a large county, 381 square miles, which offers everything from rich urban living in gently rolling hills to commercial centers with modern office complexes like those in Tysons Corner and the Dulles Airport Corridor.

Fairfax County prides itself in its high level of public education, health care and transportation. Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts is a fabulous venue for outdoor theater, opera, ballet and other performances. It has Occoquan Regional Park along the Potomac River and a 44 mile long Washington and Old Dominion Regional Trail for hiking and biking. There are community tennis courts, golf courses, swimming pools and summer programs for art, dancing, choral and theater. More than 60 shopping areas offer everything from high end shopping to discount stores.

Fairfax County communities are Annandale, Burke, Centerville, Chantilly, Clifton, Fairfax Station, Great Falls, Herndon, McLean, Mount Vernon, Oakton, Reston, Springfield and Vienna.

Weather in Fort Belvoir

The average high temperatures in Fort Belvoir range from 44 in January to 88 in July

Average home income in Fort Belvoir

The average household income of a Fort Belvoir resident is $98,494 with an average home value of $579,445

Population of Fort Belvoir

Fort Belvoir has 8,126 residents.

Home ownership in Fort Belvoir

The average level of home ownership in Fort Belvoir is 12%.

Education breakdown of Fort Belvoir

Education levels of residents of Fort Belvoir include: highschool 12%, associate 8%, bachelor 19%, graduate 15%.

Households in Fort Belvoir

Fort Belvoir has 2,237 homes, built on average 33 years ago.