The Oak Hill neighborhood in South Herndon, Virginia is a cozy suburban enclave about 25 miles from busy Washington, D.C. A great place for growing families and busy commuters alike, this neighborhood has several large, planned communities that offer both privacy and warmth.
With less than 50,000 residents making up this smaller section of Herndon, Oak Hill is a place to truly settle in and get to know your neighbors. Upper-middle class families tend to be predominate in Oak Hill, and the area also has several quality public schools, which creates a strong draw for families. In Oak Hill, you’ll meet fellow homeowners who are interested in being part of this growing community while still being close enough to the excitement of the DC metro area.
Residents can find easy access to groceries, shopping, and dining options in downtown Herndon, as well as local options right in Oak Hill. In addition, Oak Hill provides easy access to major roadways, making this a convenient place to live if you find yourself needing to travel frequently for work or play.
Choosing to live in one of Oak Hill’s carefully planned communities can be a great step for both first time homeowners or those looking to expand their family and settle in to a more comfortable suburban neighborhood. A home in Oak Hill will take you away from the bustle of the city, while still keeping you close enough to enjoy a short car or train ride in to enjoy the sights and access to DC area jobs, shopping, and entertainment.
For more information on the currently available properties in the Herndon/Oak Hill area, please feel free to get in touch today. You can call Karen and her team at 703.587.9138, or simply browse the available properties listed on our website.
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