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Manassas, Virginia, 20109
1 Bedroom$1,145 - $1,175
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Fairfax, Virginia, 22030
1 Bedroom$1,400 - $1,690
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Fairfax, Virginia, 22033
1 Bedroom$1,344 - $1,598
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Fairfax, Virginia, 22033
1 Bedroom$1,199 - $1,743
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3 Bedrooms$1,739 - $2,682
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Finding a cute new apartment in Centreville is simple, among Centreville's lovely and sprawling neighborhoods you will find the ideal apartment for you and your family. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find pet friendly Centreville apartments with the perfect amenities for you - whether you want a short term lease or a high Walkscore.
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Centreville is located twenty miles due west of Washington, D.C. and has a population of 49,000 people. Once an important Colonial village and later the scene of Civil War battles, it is today an upscale residential suburb that also has a concentration of high tech companies. It is a comfortable city of townhomes, residential housing, and modern amenities. When beginning the search for your Centreville apartment, do know that is a car centric area and parking will be important.
Wolf Trap Picnics
Culturally, the Fairfax County area is rich in things to do. Wolf Trap National Park for the performing arts is located in nearby Vienna and can fill many expectations for music events, theatre and more. There are a number of cross county trails for biking and hiking, and plenty of golf courses too. The outdoor enthusiast will find more than enough venues to keep them happy. And, with Washington so nearby, you have access to many world class cultural venues and performing arts too. Your Centreville apartment will be in the center of it all.
Dining out in Centreville is casual and practical. Breweries and pubs combine with good food to make eating out easy. Sweetwater Tavern is one such place. It's a little noisy, has big screen televisions and doubles as a sports bar, but it is alot of fun with good food. Sino's is great for Chinese food, and the Bonefish Grill serves up some good seafood. Payne's is a dependable 50s style diner where you can get breakfast, lunch or dinner, and the Ashton Avenue diner is also good especially for their home fries. There are two good places for steak: Alto Plaza and the Lone Star Steakhouse. Neither will disappoint! Once in your Centreville apartment, you can explore some of the neighboring towns restaurants, but get to know this gem of a city first.
At Ned Devine's pub, the clientele alone can be fun watching. You just never know who will be there, but the vibe is always fun. Cafe Martini is a sports bar during the week but on weekends, it goes more upscale so dress nicely. Afterlife 360 is sort of a dive bar and music venue which is fun, and Lulu's is the karaoke place in town. With all the posh clubs and bars in D.C., your Centreville apartment will be close to the small places that will be the most fun.
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Centreville Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Centreville have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In December the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Centreville apartment cost $1,378. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Centreville apartment was $1,653 in December. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Centreville rentals listed below.
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Is Centreville a good place for families?
Located just 20 miles south of DC, Centreville is a wonderful place to raise a family. A relatively wealthy city of 50,000 residents, Centreville features luxury town homes as well as large housing developments, a rich history, and an array of amenities including strip malls, a movie theater, and several renowned eating establishments. Employment is available with one of the many technological companies that have moved to the area since the early 1990's. For some family fun check out one of the entertaining shows at the Wolf Trap Park for the Performing Arts or take an educational trip to the Claude Moore Colonial Farms, where they showcase old-fashioned farming tools and techniques from the Revolutionary War period.
What neighborhoods in Centreville are good for eating out?
Centreville Crest Lane, located in the heart of Centreville, features some of the best eats around town. Cuisines include Indian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Mexican, as well as pizza and burger joints, delis and bakeries. Patrons drive from near and far for a taste of the acclaimed Ciro's New York Pizza, with their authentic thin crust NYC-style pizza, calzones, subs, salads, and pasta dishes. Shilla Bakery features Asian treats like bubble tea and sweet potato cake in a hip Asian-inspired atmosphere. Try the famous bingsoo- a unique but unquestionably delicious concoction of shaved ice, ice cream, condensed milk, fruit, rice cakes, and other toppings of your choice including green tea, cornflakes, or even red beans!
What's the weather like in Centreville?
Centerville's climate features very hot summers and cool winters; summer temperatures tend to be in the 80s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 40s. The average high temperature in July, the warmest month of the year, is 92 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month of the year, is 35 degrees Fahrenheit. On average Centerville receives 45 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, with the wettest month of the year being January.
How much are utilities in Centreville?
Since Centreville has a climate that varies month by month, utilities will change accordingly. Naturally, heating will drive the gas bill up in the winter, just as the use of air conditioning will raise the electric bill in the summer months. On average, however, gas and electric should not exceed $280 per month for a family of five. The water bill should amount to about $30 a month.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Centreville?
A full 89% of Centreville's workforce is employed by white-collar occupations, meaning the bulk of jobs will be of that ilk. On the whole, Centreville is a city of professionals, sales and office workers, and managers. By far the leading industry in Centreville is professional, scientific, and technical services, which employs 17% of workers in Centreville, followed by retail (10%), and public service (9%). After that comes information technology (8%), healthcare (8%), education (7%), construction (6%), accommodation (6%), finance (5%), transportation (4%), manufacturing (4%), administration (3%), and real estate (2%).