Bailey’s Crossroads is an unincorporated, semi-urban community with a population of about 24,000 in far eastern Fairfax County. The neighborhood gets its name from its location: the crossroads of State Route 7 and State Route 244.
Because of its located, Bailey’s Crossroads offers easy access to both Alexandria and Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley via Route 7 and Washington, D.C. and Annandale via Route 244. The area also offers a variety of shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities, including many shopping centers, one hosting the largest Giant supermarket of the entire chain! There is also a Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dick's Sporting Goods, Trader Joe's, and more.
Throughout the area, residents enjoy the many recreation areas year round. Area golf courses and country clubs include the Country Club of Fairfax, Army Navy Country Club, Laurel Hill Golf Club and top rated Congressional Country Club in nearby Bethesda, Md. – host of the 2011 U.S. Open!
While the closest Metro station is a few miles away, a Metrobus serves the area, offering fast and convenient access to the Washington Metro system, connecting you to the nation's capital in minutes to enjoy everything the big city has to offer, including a world-class professional sports scene at FedEx Field and the Verizon Center! With such a convenient location, you cant go wrong with choosing Bailey’s Crossroads as your new hometown.
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