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Welcome to Sequoia Farms

Sequoia Farms is a family friendly community located in historic Centreville, Virginia. Centreville is part of Fairfax County in northern Virginia.  It is located approximately 25 west of our nation's capitol, Washington, DC, and 6 miles south of Dulles International Airport and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum's Stephen F. Udgar-Hazy Center. Centreville is rich in Civil War history and is located less than 10 miles from the Manassas Battlefield.

The east side of the Sequoia Farms neighborhood is adjacent to the 660 acre Eleanor C. Lawrence park which offers historic sites, sports fields, nature trails, and picnic tables. The community consists of 308 single family homes, a community swimming pool, tennis courts, and a playground. Family oriented activities include Christmas caroling around the neighborhood on a horse drawn wagon, a memorial Day bike parade, and an active and competitive swim team. The swim team is open to all members of the community. Summertime pool memberships are available to nonresidents of Sequoia Farms and include access to the tennis courts and membership on the swim team. Special rates are available to nonresidents who are first responders or members of the military.
New amendments to Fairfax County's Comprehensive Plan are being considered by the County Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors. See a copy of the proposed amendments here. These will significantly affect our subdivision and include additional housing and hotels near us.
Per a letter dated May 24, 2018 Fairfax County has received a nomination to amend the Comprehensive plan. This affects the Sully Station shopping center and Westone Plaza. The amendment would increase the area from retail use up to 0.25 Floor Area Ratio (FAR - the ratio of a building's total floor area to the size of the piece of land upon which it is built) to a mixed use of up to 0.75 FAR that will include retail, office, hotel, assisted living (up to 90%), and private recreational use. See letter and site plan here. This will greatly increase the density of our area along with the proposed amendments, previously considered last month. Click here for the Planning Commission's Site Specific Plan Amendment for the shopping center. Scroll to page 123 for the Sully Station plan.
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