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Centreville Real Estate Market

Centreville is a large community in Fairfax County, Virginia, located about 20 miles west of Washington, DC. It’s home to more than 71,000 residents, representing major growth over the last decade. Centreville encompasses about 12 square miles and uses zip codes 20120 through 20122.

Median home prices in Centreville are in the upper $300s, making it one of the more affordable Northern Virginia communities. Year-over-year sales prices have increased by about seven percent overall, with the sales prices of three-bedroom homes showing the strongest growth.

Single-family homes make up the majority of the active real estate market in Centreville, with prices starting in the mid $300s for around 1,000 square feet. The typical single-family home at the median price point has four bedrooms, two baths, and about 1,400 square feet of living space. At the high end of the real estate market, home buyers will find both historic and new construction homes situated well above the million-dollar price point.

Historic homes for sale in Centreville range from a Depression-era cottage in the upper $500s to a mid-century Cape Cod on five acres priced in the low $1 millions. Condos and townhomes are priced from the upper $100s for two bedrooms and two baths in just under 700 square feet to spacious, three-bed, three-bath units in the mid $500s.

Prospective homeowners looking for real estate in a builder community are in luck. The most prolific new construction builders currently active in Centreville are K. Hovnanian Homes, with real estate in Foxmont from the low $1 millions and in Hunter’s Pond starting in the upper $800s, and NVHomes, selling for around $1 million in Stone Bridge at Bull Run Winery and in Stuart’s Crossing. Other active builders include CalAtlantic in Glenbury Estates and Stanley Martin in Sudley Farm.

Centreville Community Amenities

History enthusiasts flock to Centreville and the surrounding area due to its proliferation of battlefields, museums, and historic sites. Manassas National Battlefield Park and Bull Run Regional Park are less than a 10-minute drive from downtown Centreville. Nearby museums include the NRA National Firearms Museum, the Cold War Museum, the Stuart Mosby Civil War Cavalry Museum, and the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center aviation museum.

For green space and recreation, there are several large parks in Centreville. Cub Run Stream Valley Park features a woodland trail system, and the Ellanor C. Lawrence Park offers hiking, sports fields, and a picnic area.

Residents will find plentiful retail and dining locations in and around Centreville at locations including Centrewood Plaza, Centre Ridge Marketplace, Fair Lakes Center, and Fair Oaks Mall.

Centreville Neighborhood Highlights

  • Nearby golf courses include Chantilly National and International Country Club
  • 10 miles from Dulles International Airport
  • Hiking trails, parks, and golf courses for outdoor recreation
  • Close to several major historic sites and battlefields
  • Lots of retail and dining options

Centreville School Information

Children of Centreville residents attend Fairfax County Public Schools, including Liberty and Ormond Stone Middle Schools and Centreville, Chantilly, and Westfield High Schools. Columbia College’s Centreville campus is located within town limits, and the Manassas campus of Northern Virginia Community College is just a 10-minute drive from Centreville.

Centreville offers plenty to do in its own right, in addition to its convenient proximity to DC and major Northern Virginia metro areas. Best of all, it remains a pocket of affordable housing relative to nearby areas like Clifton, Fairfax, Vienna, and Chantilly. Centreville is ideal for those looking to buy a home in a community that’s a short drive from the Beltway yet still offers a hometown feel.

Centreville Real Estate Agents

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Contact The Dunleavey Group to get more information about buyer or seller representation in Centreville. Planning to get involved in the Centreville real estate market? Review our CMA (comparative market analysis) form to quickly see your Centreville property value estimate within minutes.