A ridiculously wealthy suburban community in Northern Virginia where $500,000 houses are crappy and are the houses that the poor people live in. It is within 20 miles of 4 highschool, 6 elementary schools, and about 6 middle schools. People who grew up or live in Virginia Run are rich, usually have 3 car garages, own at least 1 lexus and a Mercedes SUV for fun, and there are no houses with less than 5 huge bedrooms. Virginia Runners think that London Towne is the "ghetto." We always get stuck in traffic, and everyone who lives in Virginia Run has goten a ticket on Pleasant Valley Road at some point in their life in their BMW. The worst crime commited in Virginia Run is a 10 year old ringing your doorbell then running behind a bush to see your reaction. IN virginia run, there are several commitees of bored housewives who determine what color ur shutters and doors can be, the way your garden and yard can look, and what kind of swing set you may have in your back yard. Basically, Virginia Run is where the rich people who hate southern virginia live.
I live in the second wealthiest county in the nation, Fairfax County, and drive my lexus to school everyday, because i am from virginia run. My shutters match my door, and my garden got yard of the month 3 times in a row.
Virginia Run is a suburb located on the outskirts of Centreville VA next to a farm and a rock quarry. Virginia Run is where white people live to get away from the blacks and many illegal immigrants who also live in Centreville.
The area is a typical tract housing suburban development. Some of Virginia Runs houses are typical 3-4 bedroom tract houses, and some are typical McMansion developments. Residents of Virginia Run are proud of their McMansions with 7 bedrooms for their 2.4 kids and their 3-4 car garages with their 2-3 cars. They are also proud of their lawns which constitute a ¼ acre plot of land mostly filled with the sprawling monstrosity of a house with a surrounding 1 foot wide border of grass constituting the yard.
The houses were built with square footage and large looking appearance being the prime factors not quality or style. All the houses exhibit the typical mass produced “cookie cutter” corner cutting methods: only 3-4 different styles of houses that repeat every 3-4 houses, brick front treatment but vinyl siding on the sides and back, window shutters only on the fronts with bare frames on the back and sides.
Residents are almost all extremely bourgeoisie and kitschy. Their McMansions are filled with Country Americana décor from gingham seat covers, couches, and table cloths to paintings on saw blades to tacky wallpaper to frilly wooden dolls to Thomas Kinkade paintings, flanked by 60” TV sets and surround sound systems. The epitome of classless ...