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The Gainesville, VA real estate market is a mix of single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums 35 miles west of Washington, DC. The development of The Promenade at Virginia Gateway created a central gathering point with shops, restaurants and entertainment.

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Drive Time

Weekdays, the commute time is 50-100 minutes during rush hour. On weekends and off-peak times, it's 40-60 minutes. Gainesville commuter parking lots make it easy to catch a local bus route for quicker a faster drive to the Vienna metro, Pentagon-area and Washington, DC.

Community

Gainesville, VA real estate is mostly a mix of single family homes and town houses, but there are a few condominiums. Most communities are managed by home owner associations (HOAs), like Virginia Oaks, Lake Manassas and Dominion Valley. HOAs maintain public spaces; coordinate trash and recycling collection, and provide recreational facilities. Heritage Hunt, an active adult / 55+ community, is the largest HOA in Gainesville.

Statistic Dec 2016 Year-over-Year Month-over-Month
Total Sold Dollar Volume 22,557,769 +9.3% +37.9%
Closed Sales  57 +21.3% -8.1
Median Sold Price $427,000 +10.9% +6.8%
Average Sold Price $433,803 -1.2% +8.8%
Median Days on Market 36 days -26.5% -37.9%
Average Days on Market 74 days +8.8% +7.3%
Median Price per Sq Foot $189 +7.4% +6.8%
Average Price per Sq Foot $193 +7.2% +7.2%

About Gainesville, VA

In an area once known as a sleepy outer-suburb made up of farms and small homes, Gainesville has transformed into a vibrant community marked by large new homes, upscale restaurants and shopping. The Gainesville, VA real estate market has some of the most sought after homes for sale in Northern Virginia. This is due to the significant amount of newer, larger homes and lots, the town's close proximity to major roads - Route 29, Route 15 and I-66 - that connect home owners to the jobs, shopping, dining and cultural attractions in Washington, DC, Arlington County and Fairfax County.

Road improvements in town, like the new interchange at the intersection of Linton Hall Road and Route 29, and the lane enhancements at I-66, have significantly improved traffic in and around Gainesville.

If you'd like a tour of Gainesville, Va and it's wonderful communities, please contact me. We can meet at my Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty office in Gainesville at 13555 Wellington Center Circle, #107, Gainesville, VA 20155.

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