Our Property Manager

Monica Ruiz
Senior Community Manager
Sequoia Management Company
13998 Parkeast Circle
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
w: 703.803.9641

About Bristow, VA

Bristow, Virginia is located approximately 35 miles west of Washington D.C. and 25 miles from Dulles International Airport, near the intersection of I-66 and Lee Highway (Route 29). Residents enjoy direct access to the Capital Beltway making the area an attractive housing alternative for those employed in and around Washington D.C. In fact, the region is now one of the nation’s fastest growing, most dynamic new homebuilding markets!

Rich in history, western Prince William County is just a few miles west of Manassas Battlefield Park, site of the Civil War’s first battle. Originally located at the junction of the Manassas Gap Railroad and the Fauquier-Alexandria Turnpike, Gainesville was a changing point for stagecoach horses and is named after Thomas Gaines, the town's first postmaster. In the 1940’s, Gainesville was merely a gas station, a few houses and stores. Through the 1970’s, it was a metal manufacturing center and a cattle shipping hub. In the 1980’s and 1990’s, Centreville, Virginia was known as the Interstate corridor’s new home market value. Today, urban sprawl has turned several miles westward to Gainesville, Haymarket and Bristow. These “boom towns” are bustling with new businesses, housing developments, gas stations and restaurants. In August of 2002, Prince William County addressed traffic congestion and approved major expansion plans for I-66 and Route 29.

Home to thousands of new residents and an impressive array of current and projected housing developments, Gainesville, Bristow and Haymarket now compete with America’s second strongest new home market, Loudoun County’s Ashburn and Leesburg. Prince William is generally more affordable, a welcome relief for those searching for reasonably priced housing opportunities. New home communities such as Lake Manassas, Piedmont, Dominion Valley Country Club and Virginia Oaks offer golf enthusiasts a variety of championship courses. Braemar and award winning Victory Lakes make the region a favorite with families seeking planned urban developments flush with sporting facilities.

More History

The city of Bristow is not only close to our nation's capital, it is also located in one of the state's most fascinating and historic counties. In 1608, Captain John Smith and his men became the first non-Native Americans to set foot in the wilderness now known as Prince William County. The county includes the entire range of mid-Atlantic ecosystems, providing its residents and visitors with plentiful recreational opportunities. Residents of Bristow have access to thousands of acres of open space and parkland as well as 48 miles of shoreline. Any activity is within reach including horseback riding, bird watching, wildlife viewing, biking, camping, canoeing, fishing, boating and hiking. Golfers will find plenty of opportunities to hone their skills on the acclaimed Broad Run and Bristow Manor courses. Also located in Bristow is the host of numerous Presidents Cup tournaments - the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club. Bristow residents also enjoy access to Prince William County's top-notch schools. Several post-high school educational opportunities are available in the area. Real estate in Bristow is diverse and affordable. Lovely condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes are available throughout numerous safe, quiet neighborhoods. In the community of Bristow, you and your family will have access to the absolute best in life!

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