Centreville, VA is located 20 miles to the West of downtown Washington, DC and offers it’s over 75,000 residents a prime location at the junction of I-66 and US-29. The town of Centreville was established in 1792 on a turnpike road by the Virginia General Assembly because it was centrally located between Alexandria and Leesburg. Centreville has a fascinating history, including being used as a hideout for John S. Mosby’s confederate raiders in the local farms and hillsides. Today, you’ll find a mix of condos, townhomes and single family homes as well as ample shopping and restaurants including a Cinemark movie theatre. You’ll also find plenty of dining options at Sully Station, Centrewood Plaza and Pickwick Square. Located only a few miles from Bull Run National Park and flanked by Ellanor C. Lawrence Park and Cub Run Stream Valley Park, Centreville provides numerous opportunities for running, biking, picnicking and historical exploration.