Sleepy Hollow Manor 2012 Sales-click on each picture to link to the listing information for each property

3125 Valley

3125 Valley Lane $539,000

Sleepy Hollow Manor/Buffalo hill  2012 Sales Analysis

Click here to see a summary of the sales information for 2012

3036 Castle3036 Castle $541,500

3106 Shadeland

3106 Shadeland $390,000

3125 Shadeland

3125 Shadeland $532,000

3055 Hazelton

3055 Hazelton $450,000

3101 Shadeland

3101 Shadeland $490,000

3046 Hazelton

3046 Hazelton $580,000

3126 Creswell

3126 Creswell $450,000

3064 Valley

3064 Valley $600,000

3126 Shadeland

3126 Shadeland $500,000

3039 Castle

3039 Castle $565,000

3108 Shadeland

3108 Shadeland $599,000

3106 Valley Lane

3106 Valley Lane $527,000

3115 Sleepy Hollow Road

3115 Sleepy Hollow Road $395,010

3140 Creswell

3140 Creswell $630,000

3128 Shadeland

3128 Shadeland $565,000

3111 Faber

3111 Faber $510,000

3053 Hazelton

3053 Hazelton $599,000

To Top It All Off! | One Home Made

This is just remarkable!!!!!!  My clients Pavlo and Steph do amazing things that make you smile!!


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A Note to Catherine —– “I want to walk or take Public transportation to work, the grocery store, to get my hair cut, to go out on Friday night, to dinner, to party, to Church, and finally Starbucks. Can you find me that Place?”

Discussion Series on X-Urban Living in the DC Area.

I started discussing a few months ago the issue of City Dwellers by heart, living in Virginia, who love DC, but didn’t want to live downtown. This idea of x-urban living is similar to the concept of walkability .  A valuable tool for reviewing property amenities regarding access to local area public transportation, shopping, civic centers, eating establishments, & entertainment is the Walk Score® site (  Below, is an excerpt from their website:

What makes a neighborhood walkable?

  • A center: Walkable neighborhoods have a center, whether it’s a main street or a public space.
  • People: Enough people for businesses to flourish and for public transit to run frequently.
  • Mixed income, mixed use: Affordable housing located near businesses.
  • Parks and public space: Plenty of public places to gather and play.
  • Pedestrian design: Buildings are close to the street, parking lots are relegated to the back.
  • Schools and workplaces: Close enough that most residents can walk from their homes.
  • Complete streets: Streets designed for bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit.

When you visit their website, you can plug-in a specific address or a more generalized location (such as a shopping center)…the result is a score based on the criteria above.  Also included are tabs to local restaurants, amenities, and transportation links.  It is a wonderful resource!!  check it out!

Below is the results of a search for Falls Church City, using the location of the Four Provinces Resturant…..This location has a score of 91, a Walker’s Paradise!

Living in Falls Church

The Falls Church, Falls Church, Virginia

The Falls Church

Falls Church is the next postal area west of Arlington, and starts at around 6 miles from Washington, DC. There are two separate areas referred to as Falls Church-Falls Church City (2 square miles around Rt 7, located between Seven Corners and Tysons) and the Falls Church Postal Area of Fairfax County. Although neighbors, and friends, the two are located in separate governing areas. There are many websites and articles about the history, politics, and regulations of these areas……..but I’m going to share with you hidden treasures, local gossip, and happenings that make living in Falls Church (which ever area you pick!) so enjoyable!! (This is the Falls Church)


We all want a place to go that’s close to home, friendly, affordable, inviting, comforting, and fun! If you live in Falls Church, Public House 7 will soon become your new hangout. British food, beer, and local bands………what more could you want?

The food is affordable & good, the staff very friendly, the bar is separate from the dining area, but both areas are good for eating and drinking!

Cozy, charming, and comfortable during these very cold winter months.


A dinner for two, on me, at Public House 7. Look for that message Coming Soon!