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River Falls On The Occoquan-Beautiful Homes And Wonderful Community Amenities

If you are a buyer looking for an affordable luxury home in Prince William County you need to take a tour of River Falls on The OccoquanThis upscale community is located just off of the Prince William Parkway in Woodbridge.  As you drive into the community you notice the wide boulevard entrance way, the greens of the Old Hickory Golf Club and the treed lots. 

Home size and lot sizes in the community vary.  Closer to Old Hickory Golf course you will find homes on smaller lots of 1/5 of an acre.  As you move further back in the community the homes are larger and lots go up to ten acres.  It is hard to suggest that there is an "average" price for homes in River Falls.  In 2011 there have been 12 home sales.  Prices have ranged from $615,000 for a home with 3400 finished square feet on a 1/4 acre lot to a 7000 square foot home on a 10 acre lot that sold for $859,000. 

Even though a good portion of the community is built around the golf course, non-golfers were not forgotten. Spread out over 280 acres the community features a pool, tennis & basketball courts, tot lots and plenty of walking paths.   During the summer months River Falls owners can take in a Potomac Nationals game at nearby Pfitzner Stadium or a concert at the Sean Connaughton Plaza at the Prince William County Government Center.

Commuting to DC is not a problem with multiple options including the Woodbridge VRE station, PRTC Commuter Bus , Slug lines and access to I-95 North and South.  If you work in western Prince William County you are only minutes from the Prince William County Parkway heading towards Innovation Technology Park and the Northern Virginia FBI Regional Office and George Mason Enterprise Center.

Worried about shopping? Only a few miles outside the River Falls neighborhood are multiple shopping centers including a Harris Teeter Grocery Store Starbucks, TGI Fridays, Panera Bread other essential services.  If you are interested in learning more about Old Bridge Estates in Woodbridge VA give Cindy Jones and CJ Realty Group at 703-346-2213 to discuss your options for a new home in River Falls on the Occoquan.

Take a Quick Tour of River Falls in Woodbridge VA.

 

River Falls Homes for Sale.

 

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If you are interested in learning more about the Northern Virginia Real Estate market including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties give Cindy Jones and Integrity Real Estate Group a call at 703-346-2213.

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