Haymarket, Virginia

Welcome to Haymarket, VA

Charming yet eclectic, the town of Haymarket, VA is a warm, welcomed escape from the busy city but close enough to make for an easy trip in for the Washington D.C. commuter. Haymarket sits at the foothills of Bull Run Mountain and is packed with rich history dating back to the 1700s.

Haymarket, VA sits conveniently at the crossroads of city and country with Virginia’s “horse country” to the West and the bustling town of Manassas to the East – all just less than an hour from the nation’s capital.

Families and business professionals flock to Haymarket for the highly rated public schools, its proximity to Washington D.C. and the overall safety of the town. A new resident can begin to quickly recognize this “suburban meets rural” feel with town activities like goat yoga and live music at the vineyard. An active student population attending college in Haymarket drives an abundance of activities, amenities and real estate options.

Where to Live in Haymarket?

It’s no surprise that Haymarket has seen significant new housing growth in recent years due to its healthy local economy, low crime rate and high standard of living. Some of the most desired neighborhoods include Bull Run Mountain Estates, Woolsey and Town Center.

Bull Run

Bull Run Estates is an ever-growing luxury golf community boasting homes that sit on large 3 to 4 acre lots. For the Haymarket resident looking for a larger home, Bull Run Estates offers floorplans with 3600-plus square feet and almost endless customizable options. It’s the perfect spot for the avid golfer looking for the extra privacy that comes with large lots and spacious homes.


Woolsey has a place for every need and budget from small single-family homes and townhomes to larger dwellings with five or more bedrooms. It’s a more recently established community with well-manicured lawns and freshly painted facades. This neighborhood with its diverse options welcomes families of all types and sizes.

Town Center

For the Haymarket resident looking for charm and aesthetic, Town Center may be the place to call home. This neighborhood is unlike any other with its row houses and that “historic feel with modern conveniences” touch. For the slightly more urban-living inclined resident, Town Center offers walkability and a close proximity to all things Haymarket. And the charm of this neighborhood will have you wanting to stay close to home, even with the easy commute to the big city.

Dominion Valley

The golf course is just the beginning of the wealth of resort-style amenities Dominion Valley Country Club has to offer! You’ll also find a newly renovated grand clubhouse, state-of-the-art sports pavilion with a fitness center, pools, tennis, golf practice range, a full calendar of social events and beautiful banquet rooms to host your very own private parties.



Regency at Dominion Valley



Things to Do in Haymarket

There is no shortage of activities to keep you busy in your new home of Haymarket. The history of this charming town brings with it both museums and historical sites while its proximity to the countryside offers wineries, farm breweries and regional parks for outdoor activities.

A weekend in Haymarket could be kicked off by popping into the Haymarket Museum located in the old Town Hall, originally built in 1883 as the town’s combined schoolhouse and town hall.

Your next stop could include visiting Prince William County’s oldest established winery for a quick tasting while admiring its 18th century manor house, La Grange.

Don’t forget to drop into Dominion Valley Country Club for an afternoon playing the Arnold Palmer signature course, a game of tennis or taking a summer swim. Stay for dinner on the patio at Palmer’s Table and Tap restaurant to enjoy craft cocktails and a world-class menu.

If you can’t get enough golf, also check out the Piedmont Club and its 18-hole championship course designed by none other than Tom Fazio. Visit for the challenging course and rolling hills, and stay for the incredible restaurants and active social calendar.

If golf isn’t your game, round out the weekend at Silver Lake Regional Park with its pristine 23-acre lake fed by the Little Bull Run. Don’t forget your fishing pole because this lake is known for its bluegill and largemouth bass. The park’s multipurpose trails can be used by equestrians and hikers to take in that fresh mountain air.

And for the socialites, there are plenty of dining, shopping and restaurant options for every mood and taste.

Real Estate in Haymarket, VA

For the smart homebuyer or real estate investor, you can rest easy knowing that Haymarket is a hot, competitive market. It offers a reasonable commute time and a high standard of living making it a desirable choice for families and business professionals.

The median home price in Haymarket is $525,000 with an average of anywhere between 4 and 28 days on the market. These homes often sell at their list price or slightly above. Many homes get multiple offers, some with waived contingencies. Most homebuyers can feel confident about their investment in a Haymarket home.




Dominion Valley Country Club






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