While only a half hour outside of Washington, D.C., Manassas exudes an eclectic personality all of its own. From the updated mall with indoor racing to the many parks and museums with Civil War exhibits, this community is a stress relief from traditional city life.
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Manassas began as a railroad town and was commonly referred to as Manassas Junction. It was the access to that railroad which dumped the First Battle of Bull Run in Manassas’ lap as the first land fight of the Civil War. The rich culture and heritage of this Civil War town resonates through its parks and also in the Historic Old Town.
Manassas caters to all housing needs with multiple apartment complexes, town homes, new construction residential communities, and more mature residential communities as well. Communities include Tudor Oaks, Rollingwood, Wellington, Georgetown South, Point of Woods, Cannon Ridge, Georgian Hamlet, Old Town Manassas, Sumner Lake, Cedar Crest, Lee Manor, Fairview Meadows, and more. Browse the newest real estate listings in Manassas, VA.
Manassas is located 30 minutes outside of Washington D.C. The city borders Prince William County and Manassas Park and allows for easy travel to all points of Virginia. Major highways that connect Manassas to all other parts of Virginia include Virginia Route 28 (Centreville Road), U.S. 29, Virginia Route 234 (Dumfies/Sudley Road), Interstate 66 and Prince William Parkway. Local residents may also choose to travel to Fairfax and Washington D.C. by the Virginia Railway Express or Amtrack. Another travel option is the Manassas Regional Airport located minutes away from town.
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