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The historical area of Manassas, Virginia has been becoming a more residential city for years. While it is still independent, it surrounds the outside of the large County Courthouse and is minutes away from Manassas National Battlefield Park, neither of which are located within city limits.
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The city is divided by two major highways, Prince William Highway and Nokesville Road. At the intersection of these two major roads, you will find the large Manassas Regional Airport, which hosts more than 30 different companies with more than 400 aircraft. This busy location is on the edge of town, and the starting point for many of the area's tourists.
Because the area sees a lot of tourists, either to visit the historic battlefield or traveling through to nearby Washington DC, there are plenty of recreational activities in the area. One of the biggest is shopping, and the area is full of boutique shops. Larger, high-end brands have also made their way into the Manassas Mall.
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For owners of homes in Manassas who want a break from ordinary activities, Splash Down Waterpark is located on the edge of town, close to Bull Run Regional Park. This attraction provides hours of outdoor fun, especially in the summertime. Golf courses are very common in the area, and provide excellent backyard scenery for many of the residents. Smaller parks are located throughout the city to help promote a healthy lifestyle.
Healthy living is very popular in the area, and a number of restaurants will cater to special dietary requests. The city has its own Farmer's Market, but there are several more choices in nearby Fairfax and Alexandria.
Because the area has a lot of history, you will find a multitude of museums and galleries in the Mansassas area. The Mansassas Museum preserves a lot of the city's history. The Freedom Museum and National Firearms Museum are popular stops for any tourist.
While the area is large, there aren't too many companies headquartered in the area besides Colgan Air. This doesn't mean that there is a lack of businesses or commerce in the city. There are several corporations, shops, and restaurants that have locations in the downtown area.
If you’re looking for homes in Manassas, give me a call at 703-462-0700 so I can go to work for you. I’m an experienced buyer agent who grew up in Northern Virginia and I’m an expert negotiator who will work hard to get you the best deal possible.
If you own a Manassas home and are curious about how much it's worth, contact me for a market analysis - this will give you a better idea of what your home is worth in today's market.