About Fairfax Station, VA
Located 23 miles southwest of D.C. is Fairfax Station, established in 1851,a picturesque community with parks, lakes and plenty of green spaces. It is revered as an escape from the city into the beauty and solitude of nature. Fairfax Station was originally part of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and played an important role in the Civil War as a medical and supply evacuation site during the second Battle of Bull Run.
Today, Fairfax Station is home to 12, 030 people from the 2010 census, and 93% of people own their own homes, with a median home value of $654,600. Out of seven counties surrounding the D.C. area, Fairfax Station has the highest number of commuters at 81%. Between balancing work and commute times with the leisurely activities that Fairfax Station has to offer, residents should feel confident that any well issues that might arise will be taken care of quickly and expertly with Monticello Pump Services, Inc.