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Homes for Sale in Prince William County

Prince William County is a place steeped in history, blessed by nature, and filled with wondrous attractions.

Named after Prince William, the third son of King George II, the area is the second-most populous county in Virginia. It is also one of the highest-earning counties in the country.

Is it any wonder, then, why it’s one of the hottest real estate markets in the state? If you’re interested in moving here, the Select Team of top Virginia real estate consultant Ian McVeigh prepared a quick community overview for you:

Community information

Prince William County is located along the banks of the Potomac River. Manassas serves as the county seat here. The county presides over seven districts: Brentsville, Coles, Potomac, Gainesville, Neabsco, Occoquan, and Woodbridge.

The area offers many attractive job opportunities for those in the field of education. The top employer in Prince William County is the local public school system, servicing some 80,000 students.

The county is also home to Northern Virginia Community College, the largest educational institution in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the second-largest multi-campus community college in the U.S.

Other major employers include the Department of Defense and national retail chains Walmart and Target.

There are four national protected areas in Prince William County: Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge, Manassas National Battlefield Park, Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and Prince William Forest Park.

Real estate opportunities

Residents can take their pick from several sought-after neighborhoods, including:


Breimar offers townhouses and single-family homes that are close to the VRE Station, Braemar Village Plaza, and Bristow Shopping Center. The local association is quite active in generating a sense of community among its residents. This is what pushes them to organize neighborhood events such as Halloween parties and dog-swim days.

Dominion Valley

Dominion Valley’s motto is, “Make every day feel like a Saturday.” And it certainly lives up to this promise, thanks to its slew of recreational amenities. These include a sports pavilion, outdoor swimming pools, a golf course, fitness centers, and a clubhouse.

Potomac Shores

This new development has stunning views of the Potomac River and boasts of a community center fashioned after a spa. It will soon have a Jack Nicklaus- designed fairway, hiking and biking trails, and a 13,000-square foot recreation center called Shores Club.

Living and lifestyle

Whatever your idea of recreation is, Prince William County has an attraction just for you. Below are some must-see sights:

Manassas National Battlefield Park

A 5000-acre park, this attraction is the site of the First and Second Battle of Manassas. There are numerous artifacts from that era. You can also enjoy activities such as horse riding, walking/driving tours, and annual battle commemorative events.

Alamo Drafthouse & Cinema

What better drink to go with a good movie than an ice-cold mug of beer? Come here to experience interactive movie parties, film-inspired dining menus, and exclusive viewings of film classics.

Burnside Farms

This attraction offers a pick-your-own-flower event every spring and summer. It also holds farmers’ markets and Christmas tree sales, giving you a reason to return no matter the season.

Interested in homes for sale Prince William County? Get in touch with local real estate expert Ian McVeigh and the rest of The Redstone Group at 703.965.2304 or Ian(at)IansSelectTeam(dotted)com.

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