Sunday, February 14, 2010

Washington Examiner: Waynewood Rocks

This week's Washington Examiner featured the Waynewood Community as a great place to live. Waynewood is right in the middle of the 44th District - here's a link for the location.

Among the neighborhoods south of Old Town Alexandria off the George Washington Parkway, Waynewood stands out as an affordable and well-established community. Constructed in the late 1950s on 300 acres of the original Mount Vernon estate known as River Farm, the neighborhood defines the epitome of an American suburb.

"Our homes hold value here, and not because they are architecturally superior, but because it's a great place to call home," said long-time resident and Coldwell banker agent Lyssa Seward. "It's a wonderful neighborhood, due to its schools, wonderful location, and strong sense of community."
Waynewood is a great place to live. It is teeming with kids. It has zero crime. It is stable. No one leaves. Waynewood Elementary School is my alma mater, it is where my kids go to school, and is one of the top elementary schools in Fairfax County.

Congratulations to Waynewood and thanks to the Examiner for featuring our community.

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