About Prince William County

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Real Estate Agent with Nesbitt Realty at Condo Alexandria 0225-089134

Situated in the northern part of Virginia, Prince William County is bordered on the north by Fairfax and the Potomac River on the east that was occupied by the Doeg tribe during 1608. Prince William County was named after the third son of King George II, Prince William the Duke of Cumberland.

Magisterial Districts of Prince William County:

Prince William County is home to four of the nationally protected areas of Virginia: Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge, Prince William Forest Park, Manassas National Battlefield Park and Occoquan William Forest Park.

Other featured areas of Prince William County:

Prince William County is served by the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) and I-66, I-95 and Prince William Parkway.

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