It is a small and beautiful community of contemporary style single family homes in Fairfax, Virginia.
Let’s talk about the dreaded commute first. Bonnie Brae is in a sweet spot in Fairfax. It’s close to major highways and public transportation. Both the VRE commuter train in Burke and George Mason University are within walking distance. Don’t like the train? No problem, Bonnie Brae is only 15 minutes from almost any place you want to be such as DC, Reston, Alexandria, Chantilly and Woodbridge, to name just a few. Unlike clinging to the 95 or 66 corridors, there are many ways to criss-cross Fairfax to avoid traffic!
There is no HOA! No HOA you say? Yes I do. There are no HOA dues here and no set of obnoxious rules either. Bonnie Brae has an informal but fun community leadership called a civic association. The civic association is a voluntary group of homeowners who participate in making our small community better. There is a book club, wine tasters club, and there are various dinners and parties (Halloween) throughout the year hosted at the home of a neighbor. You can find out more about the civic association at http://www.bonniebrae.net/.
Schools are always another excellent topic of conversation. Bonnie Brae is part of the Robinson School District in Fairfax County Virginia. The elementary school also named Bonnie Brae (yes there is a coincidence) is within walking distance of the subdivision as well. The elementary school has a lovely playground. More information about Robinson School District and Bonnie Brae Elementary can be found at the following links: http://www.fcps.edu/RobinsonSS/ and http://www.fcps.edu/BonnieBraeES/
Bonnie Brae’s crowning glory is Woodglen Lake. It features a lovely shoreline for fishing and picnicking. Often, neighbors can be found there with their dogs and kids enjoying the weather.
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