Victory Lakes is a fantastic community situated on 580 acres in Bristow VA, developed by Miller & Smith. This community contains a mixture of single family and townhomes with several acres planned for green space. Residents enjoy access to a clubhouse, tot lots, dog park, covered picnic areas, pools, hiking/biking trails and three man-made lakes. Miller & Smith created a community that was a first in the market to contrast the traditional golf communities in the area in targeting active families with access to these amenities. Miller & Smith is known for their unique and dynamic floor plans. Other builders also helped shape and build Victory Lakes. There are offerings from Beazer, and Craftsmark as well. The townhouses in this community offer a wide variety of styles, features, and design. There are numerous designs that live more like single family homes than townhouses. There are also townhouse designs that offer detached garage options with enclosed back yards. These wide open floor plans are contemporary and very popular. I have personally sold many homes in this community and would be happy to provide personal insight regarding the diversity of floor plan options available in both new and resale opportunities.
There are many shopping and dining options near Victory Lakes. For example, the Bristow Center has a Harris Teeter and local favorite Tony’s Pizza. In addition, Victory Lakes is conveniently located in relation to Sowder Village Square as well as the Virginia Gateway Center.
Victory Lakes is located with easy access to the Virginia Rail Express (VRE), which provides commuter service to Downtown Washington DC and the Pentagon. Also, major roadways such as I-66, Route 29, Route 28, Route 15, and the Prince William County Parkway are convenient to this community.
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