About Heritage Hill

Heritage Hill of Alexandria is a townhouse subdivision located in the well-established community of Franconia in Fairfax County. It sits just outside the Capital Beltway near the intersection of Telegraph and Franconia roads. The community is composed of 80 townhomes which were built in the early 1980's. Its charm is appealing to professionals and families alike who want to live in a quiet community surrounded by mature trees and beautiful landscaping. It is very common to see deer and their young passing through the community and to wake up to the sounds of birds chirping.

This particular area has tremendous appeal to commuters, both on foot and by car. Commuters find its location an easy commute into Washington, D.C. Its close proximity to good schools, both public and private, makes it a desirable location for families. The neighborhood is pet friendly and dogs of all sizes (on leashes, of course) are welcome.

Heritage Hill provides easy access to:

  • Old Town Alexandria, Belle Haven, Mount Vernon, Kingstowne, Huntington, Hayfield, Franconia, Rose Hill, Lorton, and Fort Belvoir
  • Metro Stations at King Street, Eisenhower, Huntington, Van Dorn, and Franconia/Springfield
  • Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) at King Street
  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
  • The Coast Guard's Telecommunication and Information Systems Command (TISCOM)
  • George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate


For the sports enthusiast, this community is within a short distance to hiking and biking trails, community centers, swimming pools, golf courses and driving ranges, as well as boating and fishing along the Potomac River.

Heritage Hill of Alexandria Townhouses Association (the Association or HHATA) is a non-stock corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia in August 1978. The Association's purpose is to provide for maintenance, preservation, and architectural control of residence, lot, and common areas of the Association's property.

According to our historical financial records, control of the Association was transferred to the owners by the developer on April 30, 1980.

HHATA is operated and overseen by a volunteer Board. The Board's responsibility is essentially to represent the interests of our community as a whole with respect to many diverse subjects. The Board uses the comments and suggestions of community owners and residents to help carry out its responsibility.

Board meetings are held monthly at the residence of a sitting board member. If any residents have matters they would like to discuss, please contact the President or Secretary of the Board for the location of the next meeting. Time will be set aside to discuss your concerns. Additional meetings are scheduled as required.