Local History

The community of Rose Hill drew its name from a nearby 18th-century plantation established by Daniel French, builder of Pohick Church. This land was once part of George Mason’s Gunston Hall estate. During the Civil War, the house was the site of an invasion by John S. Mosby and his raiders. The Rose Hill community as it is known today was created in 1954. 

Local Real Estate

The community of Rose Hill is convenient to the Capital Beltway, I-395, and Old Town Alexandria. Most Rose Hill homes are three or four bedrooms and sold near $500K in 2019. 

Local Community

The John Marshall Library is the anchor of the neighborhood, along with the Rose Hill Shopping Center and Lee District Rec Center. Rose Hill has an active homeowners association.

Local Entertainment

Rose Hill residents can walk to nearby Lee District Rec Center to work out, swim, or play basketball. The Greendale Golf Course is a short drive away. The shopping, entertainment (movies and Top Golf), and dining of Kingstowne are a five-minute drive from Rose Hill.

Local Favorites

Walk to nearby Namaste for Indian and Nepalese food or Mama Mia Pizza for a slice. Stop by the cozy Grounded Coffee Shop for a latte and one of its delectable pastries.