Mount Vernon HomeLifeStyle

Mount Vernon HomeLifeStyle


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Tantalizing Turtles

Turtles have inhabited the earth for 220 million years, largely unchanged during that time; Virginia has 25 species and subspecies of turtles.


March Home Sales Down from Prior Year, According to NVAR

Prices continue to rise as supply remains tight

NVAR stats

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New Trail to Little Hunting Creek Is Coming


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Litter of a Few Impacts You

No one likes a litterbug


Northern Virginia Home Sales Drop as Prices Rise

Interest Rates Impact Housing Market Regionally and Nationally

Home sales slid more in Northern Virginia than around the nation in September while prices jumped more regionally, reported the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR). High mortgage rates contributed to sales dropping 18.2% in September in Northern Virginia while nationally sales declined 15.4%.

Homes Sold Faster and Prices Jumped More

Median sold price for a home in August reached $700,000 in Northern Virginia

Even though sales declined regionally and nationally, inventory was lower and prices grew faster in the Northern Virginia real estate market than nationally in August, according to the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors.

Parktober Events in Fairfax

Fall events

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What’s on the Road Ahead for Centreville, Chantilly

Transportation projects and affordable senior homes.

In hopes of easing traffic congestion in the local area, several transportation projects are either planned or underway in Centreville and Chantilly.

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900 Apartments Coming to the Town of Herndon

When Quadrangle Development Corporation builds its two office towers in the Town of Herndon, they will be the tallest buildings ever constructed within the town’s boundaries.

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Professionals Learn More About Native Plants

Native plants may be climate change survivors

Imagine a world without forests. Lands unable to control soil erosion, filter and clean water, control temperatures, store carbon, provide building materials, produce food and medicines, or soothe the soul with the sound of rustling leaves.

Drought Operations Begin for Potomac River

Drought Operations Begin for Potomac River

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Back-to-School Backpacks in Alexandria and Mount Vernon

Firefighters, volunteers provide backpacks for kids.

Back to school

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3rd Wealthiest County in U.S. Fails to Provide Affordable Housing

Cornerstones struggles to put and keep a roof over their heads.

"Affordable housing is practically nonexistent here." — Margaret Anne Lara, Cornerstones

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To the Rescue!

Help save trees from alien killers.


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The Potomac River: Progress Yet Problems

Potomac River