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Living in Haymarket, VA

In some ways, tiny Haymarket, Virginia, is a nod to times gone by. As the town's website notes, Haymarket has always been a crossroads of sorts. These days, it offers residents a taste of life in the olden days, while still offering the comforts of modern times. Haymarket, Virginia, is located in Prince William County, about 11 miles away from Manassas and 37 miles from Washington, D.C.

Getting Out and About

The Haymarket area is a nature lover's haven. For instance, Bull Run Mountain, one of the best hiking trails around, is only a few miles west of Haymarket, Virginia. Sights that hikers get to enjoy on this trail include remnants of the formerly prosperous Chapman's Mill, which burned in 1998, while old cemeteries and the gorgeous view from High Point are other can't-miss experiences. Wineries and golf courses are two more attractions for people living in the Haymarket area.

Regional festivals include the annual Holland in Haymarket celebration, which takes place from late March to early April. It is the largest event in the United States that lets people pick their own spring flowers. In addition, the Haymarket Day festival every September features a parade and tons of entertainment for kids and adults alike.

Enjoying Life in Haymarket

Homes for sale in Haymarket include condos, townhouses, and single-family homes of both newer and older construction. For a small town, Haymarket offers a good range of housing selections. One popular Haymarket neighborhood is the area surrounding the Dominion Valley Country Club, which offers golf, tennis, and aquatics, among other amenities.

One of the first things any new Haymarket real estate owner should do is check out the Haymarket Museum, since admission is free and you can learn about the history of your new town. Union forces nearly destroyed Haymarket, VA, in 1862 by setting the majority of homes on fire. Needless to say, the town rebuilt and is thriving.

Haymarket, Virginia, offers the charm of life in the past mixed with all of the amenities of today. The area enjoys a wide variety of entertainment, and Haymarket residents don't need to travel far to get to Washington, D.C. Talk about the best of both worlds!


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  • Nature lovers love to explore Bull Run Mountain, a natural area preserve that features the best hiking trails and magnificent views.
  • Regional festivals, like Haymarket Day, feature lively parades, arts and craft vendors, delicious foods, and family-friendly entertainment. Another annual festival, Holland in Haymarket, celebrates spring and lets people pick their own bouquet of flowers.
  • History buffs who want to learn more about the area visit the Haymarket Museum, which tells the tale of the city and how it was nearly burnt down by Union forces in 1862.


Haymarket Real Estate at a Glance

  • 94 Homes Sold*
  • 52 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $775,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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