Prince William County, Virginia is a community of approximately 360,000 people. It is considered to be part of the Northern Virginia metropolitan area.
The following types of housing are readily available in and Prince William County, VA:
- Single Family Homes from $175,000 to $1,500,000
- New construction homes from $300,000 to $1,800,000
- Townhouses & Townhouses from $150,000 to $450,000
- Suburban condos & condominiums from $125,000 to $400,000
- City condos & condominiums from $300,000 to $650,000
- Lakefront property from $300,000 to $400,000
- Riverfront property from $500,000 to $700,000
In 2007, there were approximately 5,131 real estate and property transactions in the Prince William County, Virginia area. Prices for property in this community are expected to decline over the next 12 months.
Local neighborhoods and subdivisions include Lake Ridge, Dale City, Belmont Bay, Port Potomac, Westridge, Old Bridge Estates, Winding Creek, Twin Oaks, Lynnwood, Marumsco Village, Marumsco Woods, Marumsco Acres, Manassas, Manassas Park, Linton Hall, Loch Lomond, Lake Manassas, Quantico, Dumfries, Triangle, Bristow, Lake Jackson, Ashland, Yorkshire, Hunter's Ridge, Occoquan, and Buckhall. Local zip codes in Prince William County include: 22191, 22192, 22193, 22025, 22026, 20155, 20156, 20168, 20136, 20108, 20109, 20110, 20111, 20112 and 20113.
Public and private school systems serving families in the area include Prince William County Public Schools, Manassas Public Schools and Manassas Park Public Schools. Commuters in Prince William County are served by train, with the Woodbridge, Rippon Landing, Bull Run/Airport, Manassas stations, bus with the 123/US1, 123/Old Bridge Road, 123/I-95, Horner Road, Potomac Mills, Dale City, Hillendale, Lindendale, Lake Ridge highway by the I-95 freeway interchanges. There are also bus stops in both the Manassas area terminating at the Vienna Metro and bus stops in the Linton Hall area terminating at the West Falls Church Area . Two four lane highways connect the eastern and western sections of Prince William county - the Prince William County Parkway and State Route 234.
The community was founded in approximately in the early 18th century. The economy is driven by the Marine Corps Base Quantico, Prince William County Government, FBI, US Government, Department of Defense, Potomac Mills industries. Local events and activities include Community Seasonal Parades, Concerts, Theatre, Fishing Tournaments, Swim Teams and Softball Leagues.
Exceptional recreational opportunities in and around the region include, Occoquan, Lake Ridge Marina and Golf, Leesylvania State Park, Prince William Forest Park, Manassas Battlefield National Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Water Works Pool, Chinn Aquatics Center, Dale City Recreation Center, Community Pools and Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Other notable features of the area are wide Streets, underground Utilities and lots of trees.
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