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Proximity to commuting options, schools, shopping and recreation are major factors to consider in a home purchase whether it be for your convenience or resale. As you review these four categories you will realize Hope Hill Crossing will easily satisfy all of those requirements.
- Commuter bus service to the Pentagon and Washington, DC operates from the VDOT Commuter lot at Route 234 and I-95 (approximately 10 to 15 minutes from Hope Hill Crossing)
- There is a major Slug Line at the Route 234 and US1 VDOT Parking Lot with routes to the Pentagon and numerous DC locations.
- The VRE Rippon Station is approximately 20 minutes – you can transfer to Metrorail at the Franconia-Springfield Station
- MCB Quantico is approximately 20 minutes from Hope Hill Crossing
- Fort Belvoir is approximately 45 minutes from Hope Hill Crossing during rush hour
- School assignments could change – it is best to search by address at Prince William County Public Schools for more detailed information.
- Dale City Neighborhood Library is located in the Center Plaza Shopping Center approximately 10 minutes from Hope Hill Crossing
- Chinn Regional Library is approximately 15 minutes
- Staples Mill Plaza at Spriggs and Minnieville is less than 10 minutes
- The Fortuna Center for excellent neighborhood shopping is east of Hope Hill Crossing on Route 234 It features a Shopper’s Target and the usual contingent of specialty shops.
- There are three shopping centers within 15 minutes at Minnieville and Dale Boulevard
- Potomac Mills is within 20 minutes
- Lake Montclair Center is approximately 10 minutes from Hope Hill Crossing
- Trails, playgrounds, tennis courts and pool will be in the communit
- Center For The Arts of Greater Manassas at the Old Candy Factory A unique facility with art exhibits, educational programs for adults and children, ballroom dancing and much nore
- Harris Pavilion in Manassas is the site for a wide variety of summertime entertainment and winter ice skating
- National Museum Of The Marine Corps State-of-the-art museum depicting the history of the Corps from its’ beginning with galleries for each of the country’s conflicts from the Revolution to the Viet Nam War
- Hylton Performing Arts Center Opened in 2010 this state-of-the-art facility has several theaters and galleries that enable it to offer a wide range of theatrical performances
- Public Golf Courses in Prince William County Four public golf courses located conveniently throughout Prince William County
- Dale City Rec Center is on Minnieville Road with year round pool, fitness center and other recreational activities including an outdoor baseball batting cage.
- Lake Ridge Park and Marina 9 hole golf course, boat ramp to the 2,100 acre Occoquan Reservoir, boat launch, boat rental, picnic area and miniature golf
- Water Works Waterpark on Dale Boulevard in Dale City with water slides, pools to please all age groups
- Prince William Forest Park 17,000 acre national park with 37 mikes of hiking trails, 21 miles of bicycle accessible roads, cabin and tent camping
- Leesylvania State Park with boat launch to the Potomac, picnic facilities and educational programs
- Old Hickory Golf Club Daily or long term memberships available
- Chinn Aquatics and Fitness Center with year round pool, exercise facilities, racquetball courts and meeting room
- Locust Shade Park Trout fishing, golf driving range, miniature golf and outdoor ampitheater
- Manassas National Battlefield Park 5,000 acre site of two major Civil War battles with excellent walking trails, battlements, ranger programs and educational opportunities
- Veterans Memorial Park on Featherstone Road features skate park, pool, community center, ballparks and picnic areas
- Splashdown Water Park Northern Virginia’s largest swimming pool complex
- Potomac Nationals Minor league affiliate for the Washington Nationals
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Please call me at 703-499-9279 to make an appointment to visit the homes at Hope Hill Crossing.
Karen and Art Kruschka have 36 years experience in Woodbridge, Dumfries, Manassas, Gainesville, Haymarket Prince William County
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If you plan to buy or sell a Prince William County home contact Karen and Art by Email or call us at 703-499-9279. Put our record of customer service, real estate experience and state-of-the-art technology to work for you in Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, Stafford County or the entire Northern Virginia Area.