Life Style in Pimmit Hills
By Dan Rochon, Top Realtor in Northern Virginia
(Greetings Virginia - Keller Williams Realty)
The houses in Pimmit Hills were mostly built during the late 1940s and early 1950s for World War II. Pimmit properties convert them to higher-density housing such as condominiums or town houses. Pimmit Hills are full of large oaks, Tulip trees and other trees which boost up climate into cool breezy on all seasons. It is also located in the intersection of three highways: • I-495 (the Capital Beltway) • I-66 • Route 267 Education: • Fairfax County Public Schools operates public schools. • Fairfax County Public Library has Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library in Pimmit Hills. More Features: • Recreational centers like museum & meditation center are available. • Authentic Restaurants • Shopping malls and grocery stores are nearer to this community. • Basket ball & Tennis courts are available. So...