The community of Chantilly is unincorporated, and is known as a census-designated place or CDP in Fairfax County. Located 25 miles west of Washington, DC, Chantilly is a popular bedroom community for commuters to the big city. Its overall area is just under 12 square miles and is home to approximately 23,000 residents.
The name Chantilly comes from a 19th century mansion and farm from the area, which in turn took its moniker from a plantation in nearby Westmoreland County. Several plantations occupied Chantilly including the historic Sully Plantation. During the Civil War, a number of battles played out in Chantilly namely the Battle of Chantilly and the Second Battle of Bull Run. A five-acre county park commemorates the hill there the Battle of Chantilly was fought.
Modern Chantilly sees many of its workforce residents commute to Washington, DC, which is a short half-hour drive away. Several parks and recreation areas dot Chantilly and citizens utilize green spaces for sports and leisure. Although most industry is performed outside of Chantilly, Ticonderoga Farms, and the headquarters for the National Reconnaissance Office are in the CDP.
Foreign Auto Services is located within the CDP of Chantilly and is the premier choice for automotive repairs and maintenance. We service all foreign and domestic makes and models including BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Chevrolet. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff are fully trained to deal with all your service needs. We give back to the community wherever possible, including donating proceeds from our FASCycling team to charity.
Come see the dedicated staff at Foreign Auto Services in Chantilly to ensure the safe operation of your vehicle.