Living in Centreville, VA

Twenty miles west of Washington DC, Centreville resides in Fairfax County, Virginia. It was established in 1792, when local landowners petitioned for there to be a town centrally located to other Northern Virginia cities such as Alexandria, Dumfries, Middleburg, Georgetown, Warrenton, and Leesburg. It later developed from a small town into a modernized city with a mixture of retail and residential spaces, as an influx of companies and corporations entered the area in the 1990s and 2000s. Three major roads serve Centreville: US Route 29, Virginia Route 28, and SR 620 (Braddock Road). Interstate 66 also interchanges with these routes.

Need to find things to do in Centreville? There’s Cox Farms, which has a Fall Festival, filled with family-friendly entertainment, attractions, and opportunities to learn more about agriculture and animals. There is also Bull Run Regional Park, 1,568 acres of multi-use space with waterslides at Atlantic Waterpark, picnic areas that can be booked in advance, scenic and historic hiking trails – including the trailhead for the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail, and various community events throughout the year. You and your family will not run short of activities to do in the area.

If you’re considering moving to or are already in the middle of your transition to Centreville, VA, let the team from American Moving & Storage help! For over 30 years, we’ve provided the Northern Virginia area with residential and office moving services. Schedule our movers at 703-870-7975.

Neighborhoods in Leesburg, VA

Nestled between the base of the Catoctin Mountains and the Potomac River, the town of Leesburg in Virginia is host to many historical sites, residential areas, shopping, and beautiful parks. 40 miles away from Washington DC, it’s far enough to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, while still within a reasonable distance for commuting. In this blog post, we’re going to explore three of the neighborhoods in Leesburg, VA. We hope that it gives you some insight into the area.

Popular for families, the Kincaid Forest community has a swimming pool, playgrounds, well-maintained picnic areas, single family homes, and town homes. Many homes have garages, decks, and fences. The neighborhood borders the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail, with wooded greenspaces, mature trees, and extensive pathways. It’s a short drive to downtown Leesburg and the Village at Leesburg, with nearby shopping and dining options speckled in the area.

The Beacon Hill community is a 1,100 acre reserve of homes with mountain views. The sunsets and sunrises are absolutely gorgeous here. The landscape was originally owned by 1950s radio and TV personality Arthur Godfrey. Featuring a dinner club, equestrian center, pedestrian and equestrian trails, and a golf course, the homes in this neighborhood have a variety of styles – from continental to modern. This area is perfect if one is seeking a single-family home.

The Spring Lakes community mostly features attached homes. A lot of the newer homes were constructed in 2001 – 2003. Close to grocery stores, shopping, banks, and dining – it is just a short distance away from the Village at Leesburg and the Leesburg Outlets. Family-friendly, peaceful and well-maintained, this neighborhood is a prime area in Leesburg.

We hope that our guide will help give you a peek at what living in the area of Leesburg, Virginia is like. If you’re looking into moving services in Leesburg, VA, need a local or remote move, or looking for commercial moving, let American Moving & Storage know! Schedule your move with us at 703-870-7975.

Peace of Mind During Your Move in Northern Virginia

“I recently moved my daughter and grandchildren from apartment to apartment in Northern Virginia. I spoke with American Moving & Storage about the move and since I am out of state, they made me feel comfortable that the move would be taken care of without my needing to be there. Regarding the crew, I rely on my daughter’s assessment, and she was very happy with their work and how accommodating they were. Thank you American Moving & Storage for handling what is always a very stressful life event for me and my family!” – Robert O.

We want our customers and their families to have peace of mind during the move! Schedule with American Moving & Storage at 703-996-8180.

The Right Choice for Your Moving and Storage in Centreville, VA

“CHOOSE THIS COMPANY TO MOVE YOU! From the accurate estimate of time and price to the crew wrapping & loading our furniture, storing for a week at their facility and the same crew delivering on time to our new home, this was a seamless great experience. They followed up after the move – amazing. Overall, we are over-the-top satisfied and highly recommend this company.”- Jeff G. in Centreville, VA

Looking for a moving company for your local or long distance move? Look no further than American Moving & Storage! Contact us at (703) 996-8180.

One of Our Most Unique Moves in Sterling, VA

One of our most unique projects was moving an 800 lb shuffleboard table donated to the playroom of Falcon’s Landing in Sterling, VA. The team had to navigate a double glass door, a garden gate, and up a grass slope to the American Moving van. There is truly no limit for our moving projects. Contact us today for your upcoming move!

Taking Great Care of Your Items During the Move

“The team that American Moving & Storage sent over were excellent! They were on time and knew what they were doing. They worked very well as a team. They were careful with my furniture and didn’t break anything. I put everything in storage and will use them again when I need to move in.”

– Homeowner in Alexandria, VA

If you want to ensure that your move is in the right hands, contact American Moving & Storage! We take great care in the transfer and storage of your items.