Herndon, VA Homes For Sale

Located in the upper regions of Fairfax County, Virginia is the community of Herndon. Covering slightly over four square miles and home to more than 23,000 residents, Herndon has long-established roots. The town was settled in 1858, named for a famous Naval explorer, Commander William Lewis Herndon, and officially incorporated in 1879. It is the largest of only three actual townships in the county, so start checking out Herndon, VA homes for sale below!

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Herndon, VA Homes For Sale Herndon began to grow as a community during the post-Civil War years as former soldiers and their families took up dairy farming in the area. The presence of the railroad was integral to the area's economics. Still, the population didn't crack the 1,000 mark until 1940. Residential development went through a huge boom in the 1970's and '80s and has now settled back to historically low increases with 7.6% growth during the last recorded census in 2010.

The Herdon real estate market is comprised of 61% single-family residences and 34% condos. Construction for condominiums and townhouses was a huge factor in the '70's and 80's development spike and has played a significant role in values and affordability. The town has evolved over the years but retains a lot of charm with homes from many eras represented, usually falling into prototypical styles such as Colonial, farmhouse, Rambler and brick custom contemporary.

The town's neighbors include Reston, Great Oaks and Sterling. The area is thick with parks, lakes and popular golf courses. 

Home values in Herndon have been climbing steadily since 2009 with a growth a 6.1% over the past year to a median value index of around $455,600. The economy is now fueled largely by the town's presence in the Dulles Technology Corridor and includes such notable employers as Boeing, REI Systems and Booz Allen Hamilton. Dulles International Airport is nearby and despite the town's expansion, history still plays an important part in its appeal with a well-known hike and bike trail running along the original rail line and a museum and visitors center that features the old train depot.

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Listing information last updated on June 19th, 2019 at 3:30am EDT.