About Centreville, Virginia
Centreville, VA is an unincorporated community that is located in Fairfax County. It is situated 20 miles west of our nation’s capital of Washington DC. It is due south of the Dulles International Airport, which opens the Washington DC metro area to the rest of the world.
Centreville’s current population as of 2020 is just over 75,000 residents. That is a near six percent increase in population growth since 2010. With the population on the rise, the city continues to grow and residents have been quickly purchasing homes in the area that are quite valuable.
Before it became a flourishing city, Centreville was a small village in the newly founded United States. It has also seen its share of historic events over the years. It has been said that three of the Civil Wars’ major battles had taken place near Centreville, including the two battles of Manassas and the Battle of Chantilly.
Since 1943, Centreville had expanded and the population had grown exponentially. Even today with more people flocking to the DC metro area for work, Centreville is one of the more desirable communities where people can commute to and from work on a regular basis.