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National Register of Historic Places listings in Fairfax County, Virginia

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Location of Fairfax County in Virginia
Location of Fairfax County in Virginia

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Fairfax County, Virginia.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 64 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4 National Historic Landmarks. Another property was once listed but has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 19, 2019.[2]
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 "A" Fort and Battery Hill Redoubt-Camp Early October 30, 1998
(#98001315)
Balmoral Greens Ave., 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the junction with Compton Rd.
38°47′22″N 77°25′40″W / 38.789444°N 77.427778°W / 38.789444; -77.427778 ("A" Fort and Battery Hill Redoubt-Camp Early)
Manassas Park
2 Belvoir Mansion Ruins and the Fairfax Grave June 4, 1973
(#73002337)
Southeast of the junction of 23rd St. and Belvoir Rd.
38°40′50″N 77°07′42″W / 38.680694°N 77.128333°W / 38.680694; -77.128333 (Belvoir Mansion Ruins and the Fairfax Grave)
Fort Belvoir
3 Bloomfield February 5, 2013
(#12001266)
12000 Leesburg Pike
39°00′37″N 77°21′34″W / 39.010278°N 77.359444°W / 39.010278; -77.359444 (Bloomfield)
Herndon
4 A. Smith Bowman Distillery December 9, 1999
(#99001503)
1875 Old Reston Ave.
38°57′24″N 77°21′05″W / 38.956667°N 77.351389°W / 38.956667; -77.351389 (A. Smith Bowman Distillery)
Reston
5 Civil War Fort Sites July 15, 1974
(#74000274)
Arc of sites surrounding central Washington in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C.
38°56′02″N 77°07′34″W / 38.933889°N 77.126111°W / 38.933889; -77.126111 (Civil War Fort Sites)
McLean At the outset of the Civil War in 1861, Washington became a critical target for rebel attacks but was virtually without protection. The Union Army hastily began construction of a fortified defense line around the city, the physical remnants of which encompass these 19 earthwork forts, including Fort Marcy.[5] See also National Register listings in central D.C., western NW D.C., upper NW D.C., NE D.C., SE D.C., and Prince George's County, Maryland.
6 Clifton Historic District August 15, 1985
(#85001786)
Roughly bounded by Popes Head Creek, Water St., Dell Ave., and Chestnut and Chapel Rds.
38°46′46″N 77°23′11″W / 38.779444°N 77.386389°W / 38.779444; -77.386389 (Clifton Historic District)
Clifton
7 Colvin Run Mill August 16, 1977
(#77001487)
South of Great Falls at 10017 Colvin Run Rd.
38°58′07″N 77°17′35″W / 38.968611°N 77.293056°W / 38.968611; -77.293056 (Colvin Run Mill)
Great Falls
8 Cornwell Farm April 13, 1977
(#77001488)
Southeast of Great Falls, 9414 Georgetown Pike
38°59′30″N 77°16′17″W / 38.991528°N 77.271389°W / 38.991528; -77.271389 (Cornwell Farm)
Great Falls
9 D.C. Workhouse and Reformatory Historic District February 16, 2006
(#06000052)
Between Silverbrook Rd., Lorton Rd., Ox Rd., and Furnace Rd.
38°41′53″N 77°15′16″W / 38.698056°N 77.254444°W / 38.698056; -77.254444 (D.C. Workhouse and Reformatory Historic District)
Lorton
10 Dranesville Tavern November 9, 1972
(#72001393)
11919 Leesburg Pike
39°00′29″N 77°21′37″W / 39.008056°N 77.360278°W / 39.008056; -77.360278 (Dranesville Tavern)
Dranesville
11 Fairfax Arms May 21, 1979
(#79003037)
10712 Old Colchester Rd.
38°40′06″N 77°14′08″W / 38.668333°N 77.235556°W / 38.668333; -77.235556 (Fairfax Arms)
Colchester
12 Floris Historic District August 12, 2010
(#10000543)
Bounded by Centreville Rd., W. Ox Rd., Monroe St., and Frying Pan Branch
38°56′11″N 77°24′35″W / 38.936389°N 77.409722°W / 38.936389; -77.409722 (Floris Historic District)
Herndon
13 Fort Hunt March 26, 1980
(#80000353)
George Washington Memorial Parkway
38°42′54″N 77°03′07″W / 38.715000°N 77.051944°W / 38.715000; -77.051944 (Fort Hunt)
Alexandria
14 Four Stairs August 11, 2004
(#04000842)
840 Leigh Mill Rd.
38°59′04″N 77°16′36″W / 38.984444°N 77.276667°W / 38.984444; -77.276667 (Four Stairs)
Great Falls
15 Freeman Store May 16, 2012
(#11000834)
131 Church St., NE.
38°54′12″N 77°15′54″W / 38.903333°N 77.265000°W / 38.903333; -77.265000 (Freeman Store)
Vienna
16 Frying Pan Meetinghouse February 5, 1991
(#91000016)
2615 Centreville Rd.
38°56′24″N 77°24′47″W / 38.940000°N 77.413056°W / 38.940000; -77.413056 (Frying Pan Meetinghouse)
Floris
17 George Washington Memorial Parkway June 2, 1995
(#95000605)
Roughly the southern side of the Potomac River from the American Legion to the Memorial Bridge and the north side from Brickyard Rd. to the Chain Bridge
38°57′38″N 77°08′54″W / 38.960556°N 77.148333°W / 38.960556; -77.148333 (George Washington Memorial Parkway)
Langley
18 Georgetown Pike August 22, 2012
(#12000537)
From the District of Columbia boundary at the Chain Bridge to the junction with Leesburg Pike at Seneca Rd.
38°57′14″N 77°11′31″W / 38.953889°N 77.191944°W / 38.953889; -77.191944 (Georgetown Pike)
McLean Extends into Arlington County
19 Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School August 11, 2004
(#04000861)
9812 and 9818 Georgetown Pike
38°59′52″N 77°17′08″W / 38.997778°N 77.285556°W / 38.997778; -77.285556 (Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School)
Great Falls
20 Great Falls Park Historic District December 22, 2014
(#14001079)
Bounded by the Potomac River, Georgetown Pike, and River Bend Rd.
38°59′30″N 77°15′02″W / 38.991667°N 77.250556°W / 38.991667; -77.250556 (Great Falls Park Historic District)
Great Falls
21 Green Spring October 22, 2003
(#03001089)
4601 Green Spring Rd.
38°49′28″N 77°09′26″W / 38.824444°N 77.157222°W / 38.824444; -77.157222 (Green Spring)
Alexandria
22 John Gunnell House November 27, 2006
(#06001100)
489 Arnon Meadow Rd.
39°00′48″N 77°17′23″W / 39.013333°N 77.289722°W / 39.013333; -77.289722 (John Gunnell House)
Great Falls
23 William Gunnell House May 22, 2003
(#03000447)
600 Insbruck Ave.
39°00′13″N 77°17′05″W / 39.003611°N 77.284722°W / 39.003611; -77.284722 (William Gunnell House)
Great Falls
24 Gunston Hall October 15, 1966
(#66000832)
10709 Gunston Rd.
38°39′51″N 77°09′37″W / 38.664167°N 77.160278°W / 38.664167; -77.160278 (Gunston Hall)
Mason Neck
25 Herndon Depot June 18, 1979
(#79003039)
Elden St.
38°58′13″N 77°23′12″W / 38.970278°N 77.386583°W / 38.970278; -77.386583 (Herndon Depot)
Herndon
26 Herndon Historic District January 11, 1991
(#90002121)
Roughly bounded by Locust, Spring, Pearl, Monroe, Station, and Vine Sts.
38°58′06″N 77°23′05″W / 38.968333°N 77.384722°W / 38.968333; -77.384722 (Herndon Historic District)
Herndon
27 Hollin Hills Historic District September 30, 2013
(#13000807)
Roughly Beechwood, Elba, Glasgow, Martha's, Paul Springs, Range, and Stafford Rds., and Mason Hill, Rebecca, and Whiteoaks Drs.
38°45′24″N 77°04′02″W / 38.756667°N 77.067222°W / 38.756667; -77.067222 (Hollin Hills Historic District)
Alexandria
28 Holmes Run Acres Historic District March 22, 2007
(#07000230)
Generally bounded by Gallows Rd., Surrey Ln, and Holmes Run Dr.
38°51′09″N 77°12′38″W / 38.852500°N 77.210556°W / 38.852500; -77.210556 (Holmes Run Acres Historic District)
Falls Church
29 Hope Park Mill and Miller's House August 15, 1977
(#77001486)
12124 Pope's Head Rd.
38°48′55″N 77°21′56″W / 38.815139°N 77.365694°W / 38.815139; -77.365694 (Hope Park Mill and Miller's House)
Fairfax
30 Huntley November 3, 1972
(#72001392)
6918 Harrison Lane
38°45′56″N 77°05′41″W / 38.765694°N 77.094722°W / 38.765694; -77.094722 (Huntley)
Alexandria
31 Langley Fork Historic District October 19, 1982
(#82001818)
Junction of Georgetown Pike and Old Chain Bridge Rd.
38°56′46″N 77°09′36″W / 38.946111°N 77.16°W / 38.946111; -77.16 (Langley Fork Historic District)
Langley
32 Lake Anne Village Center Historic District June 5, 2017
(#100001041)
North Shore Dr. and Washington Plaza W. and N.
38°58′08″N 77°20′27″W / 38.968889°N 77.340833°W / 38.968889; -77.340833 (Lake Anne Village Center Historic District)
Reston
33 Lexington May 28, 2013
(#13000336)
7301 High Point Rd.
38°39′37″N 77°10′28″W / 38.660278°N 77.174444°W / 38.660278; -77.174444 (Lexington)
Lorton
34 Manassas National Battlefield Park October 15, 1966
(#66000039)
Northwest of Manassas off State Route 215
38°49′28″N 77°30′12″W / 38.824444°N 77.503333°W / 38.824444; -77.503333 (Manassas National Battlefield Park)
Manassas
35 Merrybrook April 26, 2007
(#07000362)
2346 Centreville Rd.
38°57′14″N 77°24′30″W / 38.953889°N 77.408333°W / 38.953889; -77.408333 (Merrybrook)
Herndon
36 Mount Vernon October 15, 1966
(#66000833)
7 miles (11 km) south of Alexandria on the George Washington Memorial Parkway
38°42′29″N 77°05′10″W / 38.708056°N 77.086111°W / 38.708056; -77.086111 (Mount Vernon)
Alexandria
37 Mount Vernon High School May 11, 2018
(#100002439)
8333 Richmond Highway
38°43′53″N 77°06′06″W / 38.731389°N 77.101667°W / 38.731389; -77.101667 (Mount Vernon High School)
Alexandria The 1939 building, not the current school.
38 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
May 18, 1981
(#81000079)
Washington St. and the George Washington Memorial Parkway
38°46′30″N 77°03′07″W / 38.775000°N 77.051944°W / 38.775000; -77.051944 (Mount Vernon Memorial Highway)
McLean The portion of the George Washington Memorial Parkway from the Arlington Memorial Bridge to Mount Vernon
39 Northwest No. 1 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000003)
3607 Powhatan St.
38°54′12″N 77°09′33″W / 38.903472°N 77.159167°W / 38.903472; -77.159167 (Northwest No. 1 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
McLean
40 Northwest No. 2 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000004)
5145 N. 38th St.
38°54′49″N 77°08′46″W / 38.913667°N 77.146111°W / 38.913667; -77.146111 (Northwest No. 2 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
McLean
41 Northwest No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000005)
4013 N. Tazewell St.
38°55′28″N 77°07′55″W / 38.924583°N 77.132083°W / 38.924583; -77.132083 (Northwest No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
McLean
42 Oak Hill May 19, 2004
(#04000478)
4716 Wakefield Chapel Rd.
38°49′15″N 77°14′24″W / 38.820972°N 77.240000°W / 38.820972; -77.240000 (Oak Hill)
Annandale
43 Oakton Trolley Station February 8, 1995
(#95000026)
2923 Gray St.
38°52′46″N 77°17′49″W / 38.879444°N 77.296944°W / 38.879444; -77.296944 (Oakton Trolley Station)
Oakton
44 Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers August 8, 1989
(#89001061)
Both sides of Bull Run just east of Manassas Park[6]
38°46′35″N 77°25′17″W / 38.776389°N 77.421389°W / 38.776389; -77.421389 (Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers)
Manassas Park Extends into Prince William County
45 Pohick Church October 16, 1969
(#69000239)
9201 U.S. Route 1
38°42′33″N 77°11′38″W / 38.709028°N 77.193889°W / 38.709028; -77.193889 (Pohick Church)
Lorton
46 Pope-Leighey House December 18, 1970
(#70000791)
East of Accotink off U.S. Route 1
38°43′10″N 77°08′10″W / 38.719444°N 77.136111°W / 38.719444; -77.136111 (Pope-Leighey House)
Accotink
47 Potomac Canal Historic District October 18, 1979
(#79003038)
East of Great Falls
38°59′44″N 77°15′14″W / 38.995556°N 77.253889°W / 38.995556; -77.253889 (Potomac Canal Historic District)
Great Falls
48 St. Mary's Church July 1, 1976
(#76002104)
5605 Vogue Rd.
38°48′10″N 77°19′36″W / 38.802778°N 77.326667°W / 38.802778; -77.326667 (St. Mary's Church)
Fairfax Station
49 Salona July 24, 1973
(#73002011)
1214 Buchanan St.
38°56′17″N 77°10′15″W / 38.937917°N 77.170833°W / 38.937917; -77.170833 (Salona)
McLean
50 Silverbrook Methodist Church January 16, 2004
(#03001438)
8616 Silverbrook Rd.
38°43′33″N 77°14′35″W / 38.725833°N 77.242917°W / 38.725833; -77.242917 (Silverbrook Methodist Church)
Lorton
51 Southwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000011)
S. Jefferson St. south of the junction with Columbia Pike, in the median strip
38°51′07″N 77°07′09″W / 38.851889°N 77.119250°W / 38.851889; -77.119250 (Southwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
Bailey's Crossroads
52 Southwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000012)
Behind 3101 S. Manchester St.
38°51′45″N 77°07′58″W / 38.862500°N 77.132778°W / 38.862500; -77.132778 (Southwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
Seven Corners
53 Southwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia February 1, 1991
(#91000013)
Junction of Wilson Boulevard and John Marshall Dr., behind an apartment building
38°52′22″N 77°08′45″W / 38.872639°N 77.145833°W / 38.872639; -77.145833 (Southwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia)
Seven Corners Extends into Arlington County
54 Spring Hill Farm November 22, 2002
(#02000446)
1121 Spring Hill Rd.
38°56′53″N 77°13′32″W / 38.948056°N 77.225556°W / 38.948056; -77.225556 (Spring Hill Farm)
McLean
55 Sully December 18, 1970
(#70000793)
North of the junction of U.S. Route 50 and State Route 28
38°54′28″N 77°25′51″W / 38.907778°N 77.430833°W / 38.907778; -77.430833 (Sully)
Chantilly
56 Sydenstricker School August 22, 2012
(#12000539)
8511 Hooes Rd.
38°45′20″N 77°14′21″W / 38.755694°N 77.239167°W / 38.755694; -77.239167 (Sydenstricker School)
Springfield
57 Taft Archeological Site#029-5411 August 11, 2004
(#04000859)
Address Restricted
38°38′55″N 77°11′40″W / 38.648611°N 77.194444°W / 38.648611; -77.194444 (Taft Archeological Site#029-5411)
Lorton
58 Tauxemont Historic District February 9, 2006
(#06000033)
Between Fort Hunt Rd. and Accotink Place, including Shenandoah, Tauxemont, Namassin, Westmoreland and Gahant Rds., and Bolling
38°44′42″N 77°03′20″W / 38.745000°N 77.055556°W / 38.745000; -77.055556 (Tauxemont Historic District)
Alexandria
59 Tower House May 2, 2006
(#06000341)
9066 Tower House Place
38°42′41″N 77°04′01″W / 38.711389°N 77.066944°W / 38.711389; -77.066944 (Tower House)
Alexandria
60 Vale School-Community House June 8, 2011
(#11000349)
3124 Fox Mill Rd.
38°53′30″N 77°20′56″W / 38.891667°N 77.348889°W / 38.891667; -77.348889 (Vale School-Community House)
Oakton
61 George Washington's Gristmill August 8, 2003
(#03000739)
5512 George Washington Memorial Parkway
38°42′47″N 77°07′48″W / 38.713056°N 77.130000°W / 38.713056; -77.130000 (George Washington's Gristmill)
Lorton
62 West Cornerstone February 1, 1991
(#91000014)
West side of Meridian St., south of the junction with Williamsburg Boulevard
38°53′36″N 77°10′20″W / 38.893333°N 77.172222°W / 38.893333; -77.172222 (West Cornerstone)
Falls Church
63 Woodlawn Plantation February 26, 1970
(#70000792)
West of the junction of U.S. Route 1 and State Route 235; also 9000 U.S. Route 1
38°43′03″N 77°08′14″W / 38.717500°N 77.137222°W / 38.717500; -77.137222 (Woodlawn Plantation)
Alexandria 9000 Richmond represents a boundary increase of November 18, 2011
64 Woodlawn Quaker Meetinghouse May 21, 2009
(#09000335)
8990 Woodlawn Rd.
38°42′51″N 77°08′32″W / 38.714167°N 77.142222°W / 38.714167; -77.142222 (Woodlawn Quaker Meetinghouse)
Fort Belvoir

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Moorefield April 19, 1978
(#78003014)
June 10, 2005 Moorefield Hill Place
Vienna Dismantled in February 2003

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 19, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ Dillon, James (July 30, 1976), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form for Federal Properties: Defenses of Washington (Civil War) (PDF), archived (PDF) from the original on February 15, 2017, retrieved February 18, 2019.
  6. ^ Myers, L. Daniel. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers. National Park Service, 1989-05, 11.
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