Centreville is a suburb approximately 34 minutes away from Washington, D.C. via I-66 East. During the Colonial Period, the area was known as Newgate after a famous tavern of the same name owned by a man named William Carr Lane. It’s also said that the area was called Newgate because it was viewed as the “new gate” to the western territories. In the late 1780s, local landowners petitioned the Virginia General Assembly to establish a town. The assembly finally formed the town of Centerville in 1792. Later on, the spelling was changed to Centreville. As the Civil War went underway, the small town served as a well-fortified depot for both sides at different times during the war. Between 1861 and 1862, the first railroad was explicitly built for military use. During the beginning of the turn of the millennium, there was a boom in population as an influx of companies and corporations began to move to Centreville.
One of the things that are most attractive about owning property in Centreville, Virginia, is its proximity to downtown Washington, D.C. This means you’ll be only minutes away from hot shopping and dining locations such as CityCenterDC which is a sizeable modern shopping center that utilizes mixed-use space by combining its collection of high-end retail shops and ritzy restaurants with office buildings, two luxury apartment buildings, a luxury hotel, and a recreational park. Furthermore, there are countless cultural and historical sites in the D.C. area such as the Lincoln Memorial located at 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest. Then you have the Capitol Building located at East Capitol Street Northeast and First Street Southeast. When you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors, Centreville has many options to choose from, including the National Zoological Park. The zoo is one of the oldest in the country and features approximately 1,800 animals from 300 different species. Adding to the allure of Centreville, wranglers love fishing at Burke Lake which is a 218-acre freshwater reservoir inside Burke Lake Park. The lake is 55 acres big and offers wranglers four and a half miles of fishable shoreline, while the park is almost 500 acres and offers trails for hiking, running, and cycling.
The state of Virginia offers some of the most various real estates in the United States. The City of Centreville is a great example, providing potential homebuyers a wide range of home plans that include Victorian, Tudor, Colonial, Classical American, Traditional, Cottage, Ranch, Italianate, European, and others. Single-family homes in Centreville, Virginia, have many different kinds of amenities such as tile floors, granite countertops, varnished hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, formal living and dining rooms, and libraries, just to name a few. They range in size from three to nine bedrooms, two to 10 bathrooms, and 1,512 square feet to 8,138 square feet. If you’re interested in learning more about property for sale in Centreville, feel free to contact us today for more information.
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