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Does BRAC have You Fort Belvoir Bound?

Belmont Bay PavilionWith the upcoming influx of military and civilian personnel scheduled to move to Fort Belvoir, neighborhoods within 30 minutes of the post in Prince William County are gearing up for new homeowners to arrive. All of these neighborhoods offer great value in today's market and they offer a choice for buyers which include foreclosures, new homes and re-sales.

The first community you find when you cross the Occoquan River is Belmont Bay. With its waterfront location, variety of home styles and communities amenities it isn't a surprise that this community has been discovered by military families being stationed at Fort Belvoir. If you walk the waterfront paths in the community you will be greeted with a smile and hello from everyone you pass. Kids love to run on the pavilion green and watch the boats coming and going from the gazebo by the docks. Commuters appreciate the quick hop onto Route 1 to head to Fort Belvoir or the VRE station right in the neighborhood to take them into Alexandria or DC.


Potomac Club in Prince William County

As you travel a little further south on Route 1 your next stop is the award winning community of Potomac Club. The jewel of the neighborhood is the 12 million dollar community club house with both indoor and outdoor pools, rock climbing wall and business center. The townhouses and townhouse style condominiums are stacked up the hillside creating winding streets and pockets of green space. The newly opened Wegmans grocery store is within walking distance and there is easy access to either Route 1 or I-95.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Eagles Pointe
Another mile down the road and you the final two developments on this tour of Prince William County neighborhoods perfect for BRAC. The first is Eagles Pointe and enclave of detached homes with another terrific community clubhouse. The detached homes are clustered on no-through streets and are separated from other nearby developments with a stand of full growth trees. Across the street is the community of Port Potomac. With a mixture of detached homes and townhouses the development features a Williamsburg style club house, pedestrian friendly streets and walking trails. The community has been popular with families looking for a location close to shopping and public transportation.


All of these neighborhoods are close to shopping at Potomac Mills, Wegman's and recreation at numerous state and local parks in the area.

 

Brac Neighborhood Map

 

 

 

If you have orders to Fort Belvoir then give theCindy Jones team a call at 703-346-2213. Let our personal experience with military relocation help you find the right neighborhood to call home.No hassle, no pressure, just straight talk about today's real estate market and whether today is the right time for you to buy a new home.

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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.

Military Relocation Specialist serving military families relocating to and from the Pentagon, Fort Belvoir, Quantico MCB and all of the Military District of Washington installations. 

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Check out www.varealestatetalk.com and www.cjrealtygroup.com for more information.

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Comment balloon 8 commentsCindy Jones • March 07 2009 05:57AM
Does BRAC have You Fort Belvoir Bound?
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With the upcoming influx of military and civilian personnel scheduled to move to Fort Belvoir neighborhoods within 30 minutes of the post in Prince William County are gearing up for new homeowners to arrive. All of these neighborhoods offer great… more