At the time of the Civil War Manassas was little more than a railroad junction, albeit an important junction coveted by both the North and the South. Manassas was incorporated as a town in 1873 and incorporated as a city in1975.
It’s a 10 square mile indepent city surrounded by Prince William County and the City of Manassas Park. With a population of approximately 38,ooo people there are lots of Manassas homes for sale.
Center Street in Old Manassas is a vibrant part of community life with all the charm of an old small town center featuring restaurants and unique boutiques.
Three facilities, Center For The Arts. Manassas museum and Harris Pavilion regularly attract locals and people from all over the area to enjoy some of the finest activities in Northern Virginia.
- attract both residents and businesses to move to the city
- encourage developers and residential builders to build homes that add to the beauty and value of home ownership
Three higher education schools, George Mason University, Strayer University and Northern Virginia community College have a Manassas campus.
Whether it’s commuter rail or Amtrak from the historic Manassas train depot, commuter bus from Manassas Mall or driving on I-66, US 29, VA 234, VA 28 or the Prince William Parkway the abundance of commuter options is a Manassas asset that may be an important feature in the marketability of your home.
A section of Prince William County to the east of the city have a Manassas address.
The Kruschkas are long term Prince William County residents with more than 30 years experience as real estate professionals serving Woodbridge, Manassas, Dumfries, Manassas Park, Bristow, Brentsville, Gainesville and Haymarket
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If you plan to buy or sell a Dumfries, Manassas, Woodbridge or Prince William County home or property 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.