Spacious 2 bedroom/2 bath on second floor. Hardwood laminate at foyer entry. Ceramic flooring In kitchen and baths. Both bedrooms have full baths. Clean, lite-brite, o...
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As one of the most well-known cities in Northern Virginia, Manassas is rich in history as well as being one of the Commonwealth's most modern areas. With a population approaching 40,000 residents, it's popular for those working in Washington, D.C. but wanting to live in a city with far less hustle and bustle. An elegant city embracing its rich history from the Civil War, Manassas is viewed by many as a growing city offering numerous employment and housing options.
While many people living in Manassas commute to D.C. for federal government jobs, others work for various industries located within the city. Numerous residents are employed at high-tech companies such as Micron Technology, where more than 2,000 residents spend their workday. Along with Micron, Lockheed Martin and the Prince William Health System also provide residents with numerous jobs in engineering and health care.
When it comes to the city's real estate market, most residents agree it is thriving. Because Manassas is home to many young professionals beginning their careers, developers have invested heavily in building townhouses that are convenient to the downtown area. Incorporating many of the city's older buildings into their construction, these townhouses have proven to be very popular for their unusual architecture and innovative styling. Along with this, the area has also seen dramatic decreases in crime in recent years, letting residents have a much greater sense of security.
With so many affluent residents in the city, it's no surprise that Manassas schools are some of the best in the state. With such public schools as Dean Elementary School, Mayfield Intermediate School, and Joseph B. Johnson Learning Center regularly achieving academic excellence, the school system has proven to be a huge draw for families seeking an area that provides their children a great educational experience.
As a progressive city combining the past with the present, Manassas is more popular than ever for families and young professionals to relocate to and call home. Whether it's a family looking to give their child a great education or a person commuting to D.C. for their job, Manassas offers something for everyone.