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Gainesville, Virginia is located approximately 35 miles west of Washington D.C., and 25 miles from Dulles International Airport, near the intersection of I-66 and Lee Highway (Route 29). Residents enjoy direct access to the Capital Beltway making the area an attractive housing alternative for those employed in and around Washington D.C. In fact, the region is now one of the nation’s fastest growing, most dynamic new homebuilding markets!

Rich in history, western Prince William County is just a few miles west of Manassas Battlefield Park, site of the Civil War’s first battle. Originally located at the junction of the Manassas Gap Railroad and the Fauquier-Alexandria Turnpike, Gainesville was a changing point for stagecoach horses and is named after Thomas Gaines, the town’s first postmaster.

In the 1940’s, Gainesville was merely a gas station, a few houses and stores. Through the 1970’s, it was a metal manufacturing center and a cattle shipping hub. In the 1980’s and 1990’s, Centreville, Virginia was known as the Interstate corridor’s new home market value. Today, urban sprawl has turned several miles westward to Gainesville, Haymarket and Bristow. These “boom towns” are bustling with new businesses, housing developments, gas stations and restaurants.

Home to thousands of new residents and an impressive array of current and projected housing developments, Gainesville, now competes with America’s second strongest new home market, Loudoun County’s Ashburn and Leesburg.

Gainesville is generally more affordable, making it a welcome relief for those searching for reasonably priced housing opportunities. New home communities make the region a favorite with families seeking planned urban developments flush with sporting facilities. If golf is your game, Prince William County offers four outstanding golf courses.


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  • Veterans Affairs officials get an earful from locals - Citrus County Chronicle December 16, 2017
    Citrus County ChronicleVeterans Affairs officials get an earful from localsCitrus County ChronicleHowever, many veterans still drive to The Villages or Tampa or Gainesville for services, such as X-rays and MRIs. “The secretary of the VA, Dr. David Shulkin, has set five priorities for this year, and the top priority is greater choice,” said Thomas ...
  • Hobby Lobby opening in Gainesville in early 2018 - Inside NoVA December 15, 2017
    Inside NoVAHobby Lobby opening in Gainesville in early 2018Inside NoVAThe Gainesville store is expected to bring up to 50 jobs to the area. “The success of our stores in Virginia is a good indicator that Gainesville shoppers will be pleased with the quality, selection and value we offer in the craft and home decor market […]
  • Trump blasts FBI leadership but says he's loyal to police - Gainesville Sun December 15, 2017
    Gainesville SunTrump blasts FBI leadership but says he's loyal to policeGainesville Sun“It's a shame what's happened” with the FBI, the president said as he left the White House for a speech at the FBI training academy in Quantico, Virginia. He called the agency's handling of Hillary Clinton's email investigation “really disgraceful” and ...and more »
  • Future unknown for closed golf course in Gainesville - Inside NoVA December 14, 2017
    Inside NoVAFuture unknown for closed golf course in GainesvilleInside NoVAWith hundreds of houses neatly tucked along a series of quiet cul-de-sacs, the Virginia Oaks neighborhood in Gainesville is like any other upscale golf course community in Northern Virginia, except for one key difference. There isn't a golf course at ...and more »

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