Burke - Three Stones Residential Real Estate | Virginia, Washington D.C. Maryland

Burke

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Pop: 14,642
Median Price: $370,000
Median List Price / Sq ft: $483

Homes Currently For Sale in Burke, VA

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Real Estate Statistics for Burke, VA

Overview of Burke, VA

Geography
Burke consists of 11.6 square miles, most of which is land. There is however a man-made lake called “Burke Lake” which is within a large recreational park operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority. The town is approximately 19 miles Southwest of Washington D.C. Residents of Burke state that the small-town feel, combined with the reasonably close proximity to the city, are what make their town shine.

Transportation
Virginia Railway Express serves the city, making stops at two stations: Burke Center and Rolling Road. Metrobus also serves Burke, transporting residents and visitors to DC. Commuters benefit from additional “rush hour” daily routes that transport riders to the Pentagon and Springfield Metro stations.

Property Types
Residents enjoy the small-town feel of Burke, with properties ranging from historic homes on sprawling lots to more modern townhomes. Prices vary, with the median home price in the mid three-figures.

Things to Do
Burke Lake Park is the crown jewel of the city. The park possesses sporting areas, a golf course, driving range, a miniature golf course, boat rentals, an amphitheater, a 4.5-mile jogging trail, campsites, and to top it all off – an ice cream parlor. Burke is an ideal location for those who enjoy outdoor activities.

Interesting Fact
Burke is the namesake of Silas Burke, a 19th Century farmer and politician who made the location his residence in 1824. Visitors can still see Mr. Burke’s home, which sits on a hill and has a picturesque view of Pohick Creek Valley

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Transportation

Bus & Rail.

About Burke Schools

Local High Schools: Lake Braddock, Robinson, West Springfield, and South County

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