The Burgundy communities are a collection of subdivisions located just outside the Capital Beltway (I-495) near Telegraph Road and Franconia Road in Northern Virginia. The neighborhoods which make up this community are Burgundy Village, Burgundy Farm, Burgundy Manor and Burgundy Woods. The homes were built beginning in the 1940s, and new construction in the community continues today. A number of the earlier houses have been upgraded or added on to since their original construction. Burgundy is located near the Huntington and the Huntington Metro Station, making Washington D.C. easily accessible.
This quiet neighborhood contains a mix of 255 single-family homes that range sufficiently in price and style to suit just about any buyer. Like the rest of the community, Burgundy Village is within easy walking distance of the Hunington Metro.
Another perk of the Burgundy Village neightborhood is the Burgundy Village Community Center. The facility, equipped with a kitchen, grill and an outdoor patio, is available for rent to residents.
Both neighborhoods are located between I-495 and Franconia Road near Telegraph Road. Burgundy Farm comprises approximately 180 homes, while Burgundy Manor is made up of about 131 homes.
The newest development in the area is Burgundy Woods. This prestigious neighborhood contains 26 luxury family homes built on wooded homesites with expansive views and abundant yard space. Burgundy Woods offers an ideal blend of luxury, an urban setting and peaceful ambiance.
The Burgundy Community is served by the top-ranked Fairfax County Public School District. Students attend Clermont Elementary, Mark Twain Middle School and Edison High School. Burgundy Farm Country Day School is one of the private school options in the community.