Located 12 miles from Washington, D.C., Stonewall Manor is a vital neighborhood in Vienna, Virginia, within walking distance of the Dunn Loring Metro station. With convenient access to Maryland, DC, Tysons, and two local airports, Reagan National and Dulles International, our community is just north of the Mosaic District, a new and exciting residential and retail development.
Our neighborhood contains 431 homes, built in sections between 1963 and 1997. Each home in our neighborhood is situated on a one-quarter to one-third acre lot. The scenic and historic W & OD Trail is accessible by a short connector path near the upper end of Jackson Parkway and is directly accessible from the 2300 block of Cedar Lane. The Dunn Loring Swim Club, a separate organization, is located at the intersection of Drexel Street and Cottage Street in the adjacent neighborhood of Dunn Loring Woods. Stonewall Manor enjoys extensive sidewalks and lighting to make walking safe and enjoyable. Within walking distance are Stenwood Elementary School, Cunningham Park Elementary School, and Thoreau Middle School.
The Stonewall Manor Community Association is a voluntary organization of residents who work together to maintain and improve the quality of life in our neighborhood. Incorporated in 1970, SMCA is open to all property owners and residents in Stonewall Manor without regard to race, religion, creed, or national origin. It is not a Homeowners Association (HOA). Membership in SMCA and payment of our annual dues is voluntary. SMCA has published by-laws governing the election of board members and the annual general membership meeting. We maintain a Neighborhood Watch program to enhance the safety of our residents. An email list, Manor Mail, gives us the opportunity to reach residents quickly to relay important information and also serves as an effective way to share information of interest to our neighbors. Each year our association collects modest dues, publishes newsletters, and provides an updated Directory of Residents. Annual special events include a luminary display at the end of December and occasional community yard sales and Home and Garden Tours.
The association also advocates before local and state officials on issues affecting Stonewall, including land use, transportation, public safety issues, tax matters, and zoning concerns. We are a member of the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations and are part of the Providence District Council.