Prince William County VA Real Estate & Information

Prince William County VA Real Estate & Information

Originally discovered by the famed John Smith over 400 years ago, present-day Prince William County is still the picture of hope and discovery.  Located less than thirty minutes from the cityscapes of Washington D.C., Prince William County is nestled amidst the picturesque shores of the Potomac and Occoquan rivers and the sloping peaks of the Piedmont Mountains.  With a population of about 394,370, Prince William has an abundance of things to do and see in a setting that is both scenic and quaint.  The rich history of the region contributes to the charm of this county, which, combined with its economic stability and scenic splendor, makes Prince William County real estate highly desirable.

Shopping and Dining
Prince William County has a number of shopping opportunities, both in terms of well-known chain stores and unique specialty shops that give this county its charming character.  Whether you seek fine dining, like Carmello’s, family-friendly outings, or a special place for that special occasion, Prince William County has the culinary match for every mood and budget.

Parks and Recreation
With more than 50 parks, open spaces and walking trails, 4 golf courses, 4 community pools, 2 water parks, a recreation center and multiple sports fields, there are plenty of fun times to be had in the great outdoors of Prince William County. Prince William Forest Park in the eastern part of the county is the largest protected natural area in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area with over 15,000 acres.  The Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation is an excellent resource and guide to the many historically significant sites in the county, like Rippon Lodge, Brentsville Courthouse, and the Manassas National Battlefield Park.  Prince William County is home to the world renown National Museum of the Marine Corps., which features interactive displays and stunning architecture.  The Sean T. Connaughton Community Plaza in the center of the county is a great place to catch a special performance or concert.

Living
Prince William County benefits from its location in the heart of North Virginia, quality schools, dedicated law enforcement, innovative entrepreneurs and a thriving economy.  The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is now the largest in Northern Virginia, representing more than 1,800 member businesses and not-for-profit groups.  Economic stability, close proximity to the rich history and heritage of our nation’s capital and its truly beautiful surroundings make Prince William County an ideal place to buy a home.

Schools, Health, Transportation
Prince William County Public Schools has 88 elementary, middle and high schools, with a total enrollment of 76,656.  42 of these schools have recently been selected as “Schools of Excellence” and the county enjoys an average graduation rate of 84%.  The not-for-profit Prince William Health System provides the county with compassionate, thorough health services, and a wide breadth of programs and preventative care.  The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission provides local bus service to Prince William county, as well as connections to OmniRide, Metro Direct and the Virginia Railway Express.

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Reality Realty Professionals, LLC,
Sam Cachola Broker/Owner
44 Mine Rd Suite 2-169
Stafford VA 22554
Cell: 703.785.1158
Office: 540.628.0028
Fax: 703.842.8005