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Monday, February 17, 2014

Childcare center proposed for wooded lot in Bailey's Crossroads



Lots of  trees and stream are on the lot proposed for a childcare center.

The Fairfax County Planning Commission is reviewing a request for a zoning special exception from Deyi Awadallah for a childcare center at 3212 Glen Carlyn Road in Bailey’s Crossroads. A public hearing is scheduled for March 13.

A one and one-half-story structure is proposed, along with a playground, 28-space parking lot, and a stormwater facility consisting of a micro-pool. The center would be designed to serve 99 children, although it is expected to start smaller.

The 2.5-acre property is zoned R-3 (meaning up to three houses per acre). It’s across the street from St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church.  An existing one-story house on the lot would be demolished.

Most of the property is wooded and nearly half of the site is a Resource Protection Area and is part of the Four Mile Run watershed. The site includes a small stream that feeds into Long Branch.

2 comments:

  1. This property is on a flood plain according to County records which also states that the site is non-buildable.

    Property Location
    3212 GLEN CARLYN RD
    Map #
    0612 05 0004
    Tax District
    50100
    District Name
    MASON DIST. #1
    Land Use Code
    Vacant Land
    Land Area (acreage)
     
    Land Area (SQFT)
    20,900
    Zoning Description
    R-3(Residential 3 DU/AC)
    Utilities
    WATER AVAILABLE
     
    SEWER AVAILABLE
     
    GAS NOT AVAILABLE
    County Historic Overlay District
    NO
     
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    Street/Road
    PAVED
    Site Description
    NON-BUILDABLE-FLOOD PLAIN
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    1. Even more interesting is the sales history:
      Transfer Date
      Price
      Grantor
      Grantee

      02-Feb-2010 $225,000 Suburban Federal Savings Bank Essex Bank Awadallah Deyi S
      04-Nov-2008 $450,000 Abasto, Howard Suburban Federal Savings Bank
      10-Mar-2006 $1,040,000 Potomac Conference Corp Of Sev Abasto, Howard & Maritza

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