When is a Fort Belvoir Address Not A Building on Post?

When most people think of a Fort Belvoir address they immediately think of the U.S. Army Post. However Inlet Cove shares the Fort Belvoir postal address with its close neighbor. Inlet Cove is one of newer zero lot line neighborhoods that were built in Northern Virginia between 2002-2005.

With its close proximity to Fort Belvoir you shouldn’t be surprised to learn that a large percentage of the owners are current or former military. With the main gate to Fort Belvoir, DeWitt hospital, the PX and Commissary just a stones throw away, it is easy to understand why military families gravitate to either one of the large townhouses or detached homes that dot the winding streets in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is small with only 255 homes but it does have a tot lot and swimming pool.

With the shops of Lorton Market, the restaurants at Lorton Station and the Lorton VRE just a few miles south of the neighborhood finding what you need, if you don’t shop on post is easy. Recreation opportunities abound in the area with the Accotink Wildlife Refugee and Mason Neck State Park. Interested in history? Then just across the street is Pohick Church founded in 1732 and Mount Vernon is just a few miles away.

If a PCS move Fort Belvoir is in your future give me a call. Whether you are renting or buying I’ll be glad to answer your questions and give you a tour. I’ve been in your shoes many times and understand the complexities of a military move. You can also check out my Fort Belvoir Relocation Guide for more information on the area.

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