The Dragons Concord is a tabletop roleplay gaming center that focuses on providing a safe and professional roleplay and miniature wargaming experience.

Our themed private gaming rooms, free public gaming tables, and growing staff of professional game masters, are all oriented toward one goal — to make roleplay gaming as accessible and fun as we can for everyone! We’ve had an amazing reception by the community since we first opened our doors last June, and to celebrate we’re hosting a special event at our store in Fairfax on June 1st.


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Address: 212 Markwood Drive
Neighborhood: Countryside
Type: 5 BR, 3 (+1 half) BA single-family detached — 3,294 sq. ft.
Listed: $864,900

Noteworthy: Nearly $150k in upgrades recently done, backs to protected woodland

Welcome to 212 Markwood Drive, where modern upgrades meet serene surroundings. This charming home boasts nearly $150,000 in upgrades, including a stunning kitchen and primary bathroom renovation with custom closets.

With a 5th bedroom and full bathroom added in the basement, there’s ample space for guests or your own private retreat. Take in a movie or the big game from the basement projector, and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature from the multi-tiered deck overlooking trees. This space is protected woodland great for exploring — see if you can spot the fort built by the neighborhood kids 🙂 A flat front yard, side yard and driveway also provide ample space to run and play.

Close proximity to Dulles Town Center Claude Moore Park, and more! With no HOA and a desirable school pyramid, this quiet neighborhood gem won’t last long.

Schedule your showing today and experience the best of Sterling living!

Listed by:
Palmer Harned — Compass
palmer@palmerharned.com
(703) 868-9983


So many of the families we talk with during the admissions process are wondering if private school tuition could ever be affordable for them. 

They recognize the value of the small school and classroom, the opportunity for extraordinary educational experiences, and the potential to finally find a school that fits their kid. They also have to live in reality, where the tuition costs are substantial, and they wonder if they could be affordable.


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