Chantilly is located in the western part of Fairfax County in Virginia. There was a lot of development after 1980, where many residential subdivisions and commercial areas were built, filling in the previous farmland. Washington Dulles International Airport and U.S. Route 50 and VA State Route 28 intersect in Chantilly with easy access to the Dulles/Reston/Tysons Corner technology corridor. Many residents who live in Chantilly commute around the Great Washington DC metro area.
Hunters Run is a subdivision located at the intersection of Stringfellow Road and Poplar Tree Road. There are 116 single family homes in the neighborhood. The community is set around Frog Branch Park and has a plethora of walking trails. Residents have access to the community tot lot, where events and picnics are hosted. Poplar Tree Elementary, Rocky Run Intermediate, and Chantilly High are the closest schools.
Another community in Chantilly is Brookside, a townhome style development of 124 units in 20 buildings built through the years 1968-1970. There are two clubhouses with pools, designed for healthy family living. Residents love the paved walking/running trails that are perfect for families and pets. There are lakes available for fishing, along with a residential swim team. Hunter Ritchie Elementary and Auburn Middle School are just down the road.
Rockland Village is a community of luxury townhomes and single family homes. The neighborhood is walking distance to shopping, restaurants, and public transportation. There is quick access to Route 50, Route 28, I-66 and Dulles International Airport.
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