ParkFairfax is an historic community in Alexandria, Virginia. Parkfairfax is a unique collection of 1,684 units with 13 different models and floor plans tastefully designed and built into 132 landscaped and wooded acres. ParkFairfax began as rental units constructed to meet wartime civilian housing needs. Many notable Washingtonians have chosen our community as their first homes when coming to Washington to serve their nation, including Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. In 1978, ParkFairfax was converted to a condominium and is now home for people of all interests, occupations and ages. Among the amenities ParkFairfax offers are three swimming pools, an exercise facility, tot lots, tennis courts, a car wash, maintenance yard, laundry rooms and woodland trails.
ParkFairfax is divided into units and Common Elements. All areas outside the individual units are Common Elements. These include the land, building structures and the utility infrastructure. Some elements are designated as Limited Common Elements for the exclusive use of individual unit owners. These include patios (the area extending 20 feet to the rear of ground floor units), attics and assigned storage spaces. Common Element areas are maintained by the Association and Limited Common Elements are generally maintained by the resident.
Parkfairfax is governed by Administrative and Policy Resolutions. A complete listing of all resolutions can be found in the association office or on the web site at http://www.parkfairfax.info/about/governing-documents/
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