Hybla Valley History

Hybla Valley sits on what was once the Mason family’s Hollin Hall plantation. In the 19th century, Thomson Dairy owned the property. In the early 20th century, owner Merle Thorpe converted the various dairy farms, including Hybla Valley Farm, into suburban neighborhoods. Plans were developed to build an airfield, which would have been the largest airfield in the world at that time. However, these plans were abandoned and the land became what is now Huntley Meadows Park. The 1,261 acre-park was donated to Fairfax County in 1975 under President Ford. Today Huntley Meadows is home to a rich collection of forests, wildflower-speckled meadows, and wetlands. 

Hybla Valley Real Estate

Many of the residences in Hybla Valley date back to the 1940s. There is some newer construction as well. 

Hybla Valley Entertainment

Residents can visit nearby Mount Vernon, the beloved home of our nation’s first President.  Also nearby is Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House, one of his “Usonian,” more modest homes.

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Take in dinner on the lovely outdoor patio at Mamma’s Kitchen and enjoy authentic Greek and Italian fare. Or grab gourmet takeout and a bottle of wine from nearby Roseina’s.



Want to know what it’s like to live in Hybla Valley? Let’s go on a neighborhood orientation tour!