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Situated along the south and west of the capital, Fairfax County is home to well over one million residents and contains nearly 20% of the population of the Greater Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area. Ryan Homes offers an abundance of new homes in Fairfax County, VA, with our new developments representing some of the premier constructions in Virginia. The region itself is renowned for its booming local economy and historical character, and we provide a wide selection of quality homes for sale in Fairfax County, VA.

Fairfax County was formed in 1742, and to this day preserves a proud legacy of colonial and antebellum history. Today, Fairfax County is known as one of Virginia’s most prosperous regions. The county has one of the highest median household incomes in the nation, and our new home communities provide access to some of the most promising professional opportunities in Washington, DC, and greater Virginia.

Rich with American History

As one of the original 13 colonies, Virginia has been a center of pivotal events in American history since its founding. Many luminaries from the Revolutionary War made home and lodging in historical Fairfax County, with both George Washington and George Mason building estates within the county. During the years of strife between the Union and the Confederacy, the key Civil War confrontations of the Battle of Chantilly and the Second Battle of Bull Run were staged in the county’s confines. Our new homes for sale in Fairfax County are within easy reach of the area’s historical sites, and combine a sense of history with economic prosperity. In fact, the county’s affluence is intimately tied to regional history, as the post-World War II boom deeply impacted the region, leading to the growth of the regional defense, finance and technology sectors in the unfolding decades.

New Homes in Fairfax County, VA, Near Economic Opportunities

Contemporary Fairfax County is currently distinguished as the center of the American intelligence and defense communities. Ryan Homes’ new home communities offer single-family homes for sale spread across the various regions of Fairfax. Located in Langley and McLean respectively, the Central Intelligence Agency and National Counterterrorism Center are located within Fairfax County. There are abundant private- sector opportunities as well, with Tysons Corner standing as the nation’s largest business district by office space.

Multiple Fortune 500 companies have headquarters within Fairfax County, and our new homes are settled near some of Virginia’s premier business opportunities. Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC and Northrop Grumman are not only among the county’s top 10 employers, but also headquarter themselves in the area.

Quality Education and Schooling

Fairfax County is widely known for its premier school system. Ryan Homes offers an abundance of new homes in Fairfax County, VA, for those seeking some of Virginia’s top-rated secondary schools. The county is home to the renowned Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, with the high school consistently achieving outstanding recognition as one of the United States’ top high schools for average SAT scores and graduating gifted scientists and engineers.

In addition, Fairfax County devotes an exceptional amount of resources to its secondary education system. Based on budget computation, the county devotes more than $10,000 annually to each student within its school system, and both local donors and the county government maintain an exceptional commitment to youth education.

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