Join the nearly 31,000 residents and call the 7.9 square-mile area of Springfield, VA your home. This primarily residential town is filled with beautiful one and two-story dwellings nestled on perfectly landscaped properties. Home prices range from the mid-to-upper $100,000s, and the more acreage you desire, the higher the price. If you're looking for a more populous area, head to the outer-lying neighborhoods of North and West Springfield and Newington, which are also filled with plenty of real estate from which to choose.
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Springfield, VA boasts a young and equal demographic, with a split down the middle between the number of men and the number of women. The average age of the residents is 38 years old; families are the name of the game at this location. People living here are at least high school or higher educated and they bring in, on average, $86,000 per year. The unemployment rate is low, only 4.4 percent as of June 2014, and most of the men work in the construction industry while the women work in healthcare. There is a commercial district in downtown Springfield where new residents can find work, and, if unsuccessful, nearby cities offer additional opportunity. The average resident commutes 29 minutes to work daily.
There is plenty to do in and around Springfield, VA. Residents enjoy the beautiful outdoors at the 493-acre Lake Accotink Park, where you can boat and fish on 55 acres of water, and enjoy watching the indigenous fowl. Canoeing is also allowed. Have fun with the kids on Lake Accotink's nine-hole miniature golf course, and then enjoy a family picnic by barbecuing one of the many grills. Once the food has settled, set the children loose on the playground, or take a family hike or bike along the nearly four-mile trail. If you long for 18 holes, play golf on Pinecrest Golf Course located in nearby Alexandria. Art enthusiasts will want to join the Springfield Art Guild, a nonprofit group that was formed over 30 years ago. SAG, as it's called, promotes interest in art by providing high school students with art scholarships and co-sponsoring an annual NYC trip. Arts and crafts are the focus of this local group open to residents. Small town charm meets nature lover meets eclectic artist in Springfield. If this sounds like your cup of tea, view the numerous listings of houses for sale on our website. You are certain to find a perfect match to your desires and budget in this lovely Virginia town.