The Rose Hill community is one of the largest subdivisions in Virginia. Bounded by Franconia Road and Telegraph Road, it comprises 4.6 square miles of real estate. The multiple housing neighborhoods are home to a young, energetic and diverse populace. The area can be reached via 3 metro stations; Van Dorn Street, Huntington and Franconia Springfield.
Students in the Rose Hill community attend the acclaimed Fairfax Public School System, which includes Rose Hill Elementary, Mark Twain Middle School and Edison High School. Students and adults alike are served by the John Marshall Library located on Rose Hill Drive. The library's beautiful gardens attract more than 160,000 visitors annually.
Rose Hill residents enjoy a variety of recreational activities. The Robert E. Lee Center is equipped with a competition-ready heated indoor pool, regulation size basketball court, work out rooms, multi-purpose rooms and much more. The Huntley Meadows Park wetland area offers the opportunity to see area wildlife in its natural habitat. Rose Hill residents also have access to the Greendale Golf Course. The 18 hole course offers private lessons and is handicapped accessible.
This neighborhood is the most recent development of the Rose Hill Community. It is located less than 5 miles from I-495/I-395, the Fairfax County Parkway and 3 Metro Stations. Its convenient location allows Rose Hill Reserve residents to spend less time commuting and more time enjoying all the amenities and ambiance the area has to offer. It is just a short distance from shopping and dining at Kingstowne as well as Old Town Alexandria. Rose Hill Reserve residents also have access to the amenities of the greater Rose Hill community.