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Flint Hill Manor

Flint Hill Manor is located near the intersection of Route 66 and Chain Bridge Road in Oakton Virginia. Located 13 miles west of Washington, DC, it consists of 83 townhouses. Our neighborhood is in an area well known for excellent schools, growing businesses, recreational opportunities, and friendly people.

In order to oversee the community, Flint Hill Manor Townhouses incorporated in 1985. Every homeowner at Flint Hill Manor is a member of the Homeowners Association. The Homeowners' Association is responsible for managing the Association as well as maintaining the common grounds at Flint Hill.

Oakton, is situated between Vienna and Fairfax, includes 4,950 households in the 22124 zip code. When the first post office opened in 1883, the name Flint Hill, by which the area had been known, was denied by the Postal Service because another community called Flint Hill existed in Rappahannock County.

Squire Ernest Smith, owner of the post office, proposed the name Oak's Corner, which was shortened and officially named Oakton. A big, wide oak tree once served as the gateway to Oakton, at Route 123 and Hunter Mill Road, but it was cut down when road improvements were made in the early 1970s. There are three shopping centers in Oakton with more than 50 stores and more than 1.5 million square feet of office space.

Oakton is known for large homes and lots, with some residences along Hunter Mill Road having common equestrian facilities. The area of Oakton near Jermantown Road includes many town houses and an eastern region corporate headquarter for AT&T, which employs approximately 1,000.

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