Welcome to Sully Station II – Association Overview & History
Living in Sully Station II
Sully Station II’s mission is to maintain a quality of lifestyle for all community residents while also preserving homeowner value. We work to provide each resident the opportunity to enjoy various recreational opportunities, the beauty of our community’s natural surroundings, and the company of neighbors while celebrating the various traditions and festivities during the year. The association acts as the vehicle to help bring neighbors together to foster a sense of community.
The Sully Station II Community is “a great place to live and call home”.
About Sully Station II Community
Located in the historic Sully District of Centreville Virginia, Sully Station II is a 1,320 home master-planned community in western Fairfax County located near the Stone and Braddock Road corridor. Nestled within Fairfax County and community parkland, Sully Station II features mixed unit traditional single-family homes, townhomes, and estate lots. Children and adults connect with neighbors and nature on interlacing street sidewalks and an extensive trail system which flows through Sully Station’s common ground and wooded parkland areas.
The governing structure of Sully Station II is headed by an elected seven-member Board of Trustees. Since control of the Association was turned over to the homeowners in 1992, the Board of Trustees has sought to create a cohesive and friendly community which responds to the needs and desires of its residents. The original development of Sully Station II was built by combining one large piece of property with several smaller out-parcels. The community has worked hard to provide all sections of Sully Station II with a sense of community identity.
Sully Station II Location
Sully Station II has an exceptional location in terms of its proximity to Metropolitan Washington, D.C. as well as many major Northern Virginia shopping and major employment centers. The Centreville community enjoys a centralized location with Washington, D.C. only 23 miles to the east and convenient access to the entire DC metropolitan area via Interstate 66. In addition, our residents have a choice of 2 exits to access to Interstate 66. The community is also close to Lee Highway Route 50, Braddock Road, the intersection of Route 28 and which provides a cross county approach to the historic area of Manassas.
The VRE commuter rail station for those who commute by train is located four miles to the south and there is an “HOV Only” access ramp to Interstate 66 four miles to the east off of Stringfellow Road. The nearest Metro-Rail station is also approximately 10 miles away off of I66.
Dulles International Airport is conveniently located only 7 miles north from the heart of Sully Station II by way of Sully Road/Route 28. Route 28 also provides residents another direct access point to the entire Metro area by way of the Dulles Access/Toll Road.
The Sully Station II community is also located adjacent to numerous government and private businesses which employ large numbers of people. The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is minutes away, as are other notable companies, many of which are located in the Dulles Technology Corridor or Tyson’s Corner area. The exceptional location of the homes in Sully Station II makes it easier than ever for people to live close to their jobs, thereby enabling them to spend more time with their families instead of having to endure a long commute to and from work.