Welcome to Our Neighborhood!
Spring Lanes Street Signs

arlyn Square is a bucolic oasis in the heart of bustling, historic Bailey's Crossroads in Fairfax County, Virginia — just minutes from the cultural diversity of Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, and Washington, DC.
Built in 1971, our 37 townhouses are tucked away on a cul-de-sac at the end of Spring Lane off Columbia Pike. We're just inside Fairfax County's border with Arlington, between Leesburg Pike and Carlin Springs Road. (Map)
We have an active, engaged community association with an elected Board of Directors and appointed subcommittees. Our square is a mix of new and long-time residents. Some are original owners while others have lived here for two or three decades, which speaks to the great quality of life in our friendly neighborhood!
For more background on Bailey's Crossroads, see this Washington Post article.

Little Luke Is Here!
Little Luke

Our newest neighbor, Little Luke, appears already prepared for the harvest and Halloween in the short time since his arrival in September to Rizlane Riahi and Roman Gulakowski.

Little Luke will follow in mom's footsteps and grow up in the same townhouse at #3319 where Rizlane herself was raised a few decades ago — back when the neighborhood had a rich complement of little girls and a couple of boys (such as Ronald Lang, who, like Rizlane, came back to his childhood home at #3304 and whose wife Ruth also delivered a newborn this year, Xavier. The third new baby of 2018, Emily, was born to Kirstin and Alex Boulden at #3300, who weren't raised here. Are you following this?).

The new trio, combined with the other children who have been born or moved here in recent years, give the neighborhood a new mob of kids to watch grow. We're glad big wheels are out of fashion!

Kiki Bennett
Was this a slam dunk by 3-year-old Kiki Bennett of #3233? We're not ruling it out in her excitement over the recent installation of the new regulation size basketball hoop in our renovated tennis court.
So the joint is ready for jumpin'. How many points for a tennis ball through the hoop?