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Manassas, VA is a city in Northern Virginia that includes the Historic, Old Town Manassas downtown area. The City of Manassas is bordered by Western Prince William County and Manassas Park and has about 40,000 residents.  Areas of Manassas that lay outside of city limits are part of Prince William County. From the historic Battlefield to downtown's train station, Manassas is steeped in history and offers housing for every budget and kind of homeowner.

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Commute

The Manassas train depot is centrally located and is where DC and Pentagon commuters gather to take the Virginia Railway Express. Parking is free in the garage and at the Manassas Depot lot, although a FREE permit is required. Click here for parking details. Drivers will appreciate the close proximity to I-66, Prince William Parkway and Rt. 28.

Community

Homes in the City of Manassas run the gambit, from historic homes dating to the turn of the 20th century, modest WWII era homes, 90s era traditional colonials, new construction and everything in between. You'll find many home owner's associations that have lifestyle amenities, like pools and trails.

Statistic Jan 2017 Year-over-Year Month-over-Month
Total Sold Dollar Volume $36,596,379 -3.9% -25.4%
Closed Sales 118 +0.9% -25.3%
Median Sold Price $295,250 -6.3% +2.6%
Average Sold Price $310,139 -4.8% -0.2%
Median Days on Market 30 days -55.2% +20%
Average Days on Market 54 days -34.2% +22.7%
Median Price per Sq Foot $180 +2.3% -1.6%
Average Price per Sq Foot $187 +2.2% -2.1%

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Manassas Commuting

Manassas residents with jobs in Washington, DC, Fairfax County, Arlington, etc. have many options to commute to work. Virginia Railway Express (VRE) is the commuter train that connects riders to jobs at the Pentagon and in DC. Route 66 is the main artery east and it is heavily used for Eastbound AM  and Westbound PM commuting. During these time periods "66," as it is commonly called, has two restrictions: you must have a minimum of two (2) riders in the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane and within the portion of 66 that is inside the Capital Beltway. Many Manassas residents establish carpools to navigate this traffic route and share the load. Many others seek out public transportation options. There are two commuter lots convenient to Manassas residents for taking the the bus to the metro, the Pentagon, Crystal City or downtown Washington, DC: