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Audubon - Virginia

A Manufactured Home Community in Alexandria, Virginia

7930 Audubon Ave.,     Alexandria,  VA   22306

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Welcome to Audubon - Virginia

If you enjoy a community with strong historical ties, but with a modern, urban flair, you will love Audubon Estates. Located in vibrant Alexandria, Virginia -- the hometown of George Washington -- this all-ages, family-friendly community is close to Washington, D.C., but tucked into a quiet area of Hybla Valley.

Audubon Estates is a beautiful and surprisingly affordable community, surrounded by a proud heritage and close proximity to the heart of the nation, trendy shops, exquisite restaurants and great entertainment. It’s no wonder this area has been called one of America’s “best-loved residential areas.” 
Our community has one foot in nature, near county parks and swimming pools, and the other foot in the city, just a shot away from the metro bus and train. Audubon Estates emphasizes community, with more than 10 playgrounds, a variety of picnic areas, on-site maintenance and landscaping, and other great places to gather or just stay active, like a basketball court and a nearby health club.

Community Features / Amenities
• Basketball Court /Community/Features/2460.jpg • Playgrounds (11) /Community/Features/2456.jpg
• Bus & Train Access to shopping & restaurants  • RV & Boat Storage Area 
• County Park and Swimming Pool Nearby  • Shopping & Restaurants Nearby 
• Picnic Area 
Area Attractions/ Entertainment

Alexandria is a city with a rich heritage, but it also is foraging the future with modern stores, great restaurants and vibrant entertainment. Located on the west bank of the Potomac River, it’s a mere 10 minutes from Washington, D.C., and near the Huntington Metro Station.

In Alexandria, you can:

* Get a glimpse into colonial history in Old Town.
* Visit more than 10 historic museums.
* Spend some time at the beautiful Potomac River, with vistas of Washington, D.C.
* In the spring and summer, dine outdoors in some of the area’s excellent restaurants.
* Indulge in a lunch or dinner cruise, such as fine dining and dancing on Nina’s Dandy.
* Take the water taxi to the Georgetown waterfront.
* Check out Alexandria Seaport tours, canine cruise and even pirate cruises. 
* In February, celebrate George Washington’s birthday with a citywide party, 10K race, banquet and ball, and the country’s largest George Washington parade.
* In December, don’t miss the free Holiday Boat Parade of Lights, featuring more than 50 illuminated boats at dusk.

Fun facts about the area:
* Alexandria is the hometown of George Washington and Civil War General Robert E. Lee.
* Need to travel? The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is just minutes away, and Dulles International is about 40 minutes away.

Local Information / Providers
Cable: Direct TV - 888-899-6732 -
Post Office: 7676 Richmond Hwy, Alexandria - 800-275-8777 - Link
Driver’s License Bureau: Alexandria DMV - 2681 Mill Road, Alexandria - 804-497-7100 -
Public Transportation: Washington Metro Transit Authority - 600 5th Street, NW, Washington, DC - 202-637-7000 - Link
Electric: VA Electric & Power Company/Dominion Virgina Power - 907 W Glebe Road, Alexandria - 866-366-4357 -
Schools: Alexandria City Public Schools - 2000 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria - 703-824-6600 -
Gas: Washington Gas - 1100 H Street, NW, Washington, DC - 703-750-1000 - Link
Town Government: City of Alexandria City Hall - 301 King St., Alexandria - 703-746-4000 -
Internet: CenturyLink - 1240 Seminole Trail, Charlottesville - 434-974-6928 -
Voter Registration: 132 North Royal St., Alexandria - 703-746-4050 -
Phone: CenturyLink - 1240 Seminole Trail, Charlottesville - 434-974-6928 -
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7930 Audubon Ave., Alexandria, VA 22306 Phone: 703-780-2544 Fax: 312-205-1203