With its proximity to Washington, D.C., and abundant scenery, it’s easy to see why Prince William County is a popular choice for local county workers and D.C. commuters alike. Although it is not directly connected to the D.C. Metro system, commuters have access to public transportation via the VRE train system. Major freeways, including 95
The value of the luxury townhomes at The Preserve at Westfields is immediately apparent. Featuring Van Metre’s Regatta Collection, this neighborhood offers a higher level of quality than you’ll find at almost any other community in the area. Luxury touches such as Monogram appliances, Kichler lighting, and KraftMaid Cabinetry are included in the Regatta Collection.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better home and location than Eisenhower Square by Toll Brothers. Located just minutes from the future home of Amazon’s HQ2 campus and a short bike or Metro ride to downtown Alexandria, this modern townhome community is in the heart of it all. Once inside the community you’ll easily forget the city outside. The
Though Manassas is technically an independent city, it’s surrounded on all sides by Prince William County. So, it fits perfectly here in our series on the best places to live in Prince William County. Manassas is a community bursting at the seams with history and culture. If you’re not from the area, you may recognize
Woodbridge, Virginia is one of the coolest little towns we’ve covered in this series on home builders in the metro D.C. area. The highlight is definitely the water access. Woodbridge sits at the junction between the Occoquan and Potomac Rivers and the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge takes up most of the western portion of
Are you looking for an all-inclusive planned community that offers outstanding amenities and great value? Take a look at Snowden Bridge in Stephenson, VA. This community should check off every box on your list. The resort-style amenities and the blend of single family and townhomes at Snowden Bridge make the lifestyle here truly unique. There’s
From the moment you turn onto its tree-lined streets and are greeted by the rustic yet relevant Embrey House, home to the coffee shop and pool overlook, this community feels different. It strikes a delicate balance between its quiet rural setting and innovatively sleek architecture with modern-day amenities. A little piece of city nestled in
Fly the Flag. Live the Dream. The community’s tagline is a charming and accurate reflection of the traditional American community that is thriving in Stafford’s Colonial Forge. With American flags proudly flying over the front steps, young couples leisurely walking the dog, neighbors catching up in the cul-de-sac and Radio Flyers full of little ones