Virginia Run is a 1,406 home, master-planned community on 1,200 acres in Centreville, Virginia in the western part of Fairfax County, Virginia. Centreville was ranked #15 on the 2012 Money Magazine list of Best Places To Live.
Nestled within parkland, Virginia Run features traditional, single-family homes on lush one-third to five acre lots. Children and adults connect with neighbors and nature on interlacing street sidewalks and an extensive trail system which meanders through Virginia Run’s common ground, wooded parkland and flowering meadows.
Virginia Run has many amenities to offer including an award-winning 18th century style Community Center that attracts residents with its swimming pool, tennis courts and tot lot. A second recreation center features tennis courts, basketball court, tot lot and softball and soccer field. Community activities and clubs bring residents together for fun, recreation and charity events.
Virginia Run children may attend Virginia Run Elementary School, Stone Middle School and Westfield High School - all part of the renowned Fairfax County Public School system. Many excellent private schools are also nearby.
Virginia Run is near churches, golf courses, Bull Run Regional Park, Manassas National Battlefield, riding stables, a winery and retail shopping centers. Virginia Run is located just 25 miles west of Washington, DC, with convenient access to all that the DC metropolitan area offers.
Virginia Run is a wonderful place to call home.