Dumfries, Virginia The city of Dumfries, Virginia, is part of the metropolitan Washington D.C. area that encompasses the nation's capital . Traditional, split-level houses and newly-constructed townhomes sit on the tree-lined streets of charming Prince William County. In the summer of 2015, the average cost of a home in Dumfries, Virginia, was approximately $310,000, with prices fluctuating mildly in accordance with market conditions. Picturesque neighborhoods like Montclair feed into an exceptionally premier school system and make the home prices worth every penny.
While Dumfries is strategically positioned outside of a bustling political hub, it is actually a small town of approximately only 5,000 people. The population is a well-blended assortment of office and blue-collar workers. Many people opt to utilize the area's well-developed transit system to commute between work and home. Dumfries is a diverse city with nearly a quarter of the city's inhabitants being born outside of the United States. In the unusually prestigious Montclair neighborhood, many of the children speak a foreign language at home. Montclair residents are more affluent than most of the country with income levels exceeding more than 85% of the nation's population. Citizens of this town avidly champion liberal art endeavors through attendance and financial support.
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