Oak Hill was carved out of what was once Herndon as that community grew, running from the Dulles Toll Road to the north, Route 28 to the west and the edges of Reston and Oakton to the east. Oak Hill includes Frying Pan Park and Frying Pan Meeting House, the latter of which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Meeting House was a Baptist congregation that was first chartered in 1791, one of the first racially integrated congregations. While it isn’t regularly open to the public, private tours can be arranged.
Quality of Life:
Oak Hill is home to a big part of the economically vital Route 28 tech corridor, one of Virginia’s major employment centers. The housing stock is strictly suburban, with primarily single-family detached and townhomes. Frying Pan Park and Horsepen Run Stream Valley Park offer great recreation facilities.
With Dulles Airport as a neighbor, the world is at Oak Hill’s doorstep. Route 28 is the major north/south corridor through Oak Hill.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 28 miles
Washington-Dulles International Airport: < 3 miles
Baltimore-Washington International Airport: < 56 miles