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Bristow Northern Virginia Information and Highlights

French windows and palace-like houses, flower pools and glittering water, bright, heavily clouded sky, fresh green plains, plantations, skyscrapers – what on earth does Bristow not offer to its residents (and visitors)?

Popularly known as Prince William County’s unincorporated community, Bristow is a neighborhood full of colors, stunning constructions, and rich American culture. From food to fashion and lifestyle, everything here is extraordinary yet affordable.

History

Included in Linton’s Ford plantation area in the 18th century, Bristow was owned by the Linton family. In the late 19th century, Sara Linton, the then owner of this piece of land, donated it to Roman Catholic Church to become a nun. The Linton Family Cemetery is located in Braemar Community and Linton family members are buried there.

Geographic Names Information System defines the historical names of Bristow as Bristow Station, Bristoe Station, Bristoe, and Briscoe. Its official name of Bristow was designated in 1906.

Battle of Bristoe

The Battle of Bristoe Station is one of the most important historical events of Bristow. The war fought on October 14, 1863, between Union Forces and Confederate Forces. The Union Forces were head by Major General Governor K. Warren and the Confederate Forces were led by Lt. Gen. AP Hill. The war was fought during the American Civil War and was won by the Union forces.

Location

Formerly, the town center of Bristow was situated on SR 619 at Norfolk Southern Railway Crossing. After the 1950s, the business center shifted across the railroad and the new town center is now located on the western side of Braemar Parkway Area.

Currently, the neighborhood is speedily absorbing the suburbs of surrounding neighborhoods including the city of Manassas. One of the most modern developments includes Bristow Station.

The Airport Virginia Railway Express station or Broad Run serves Bristow for rail transportation purposes. During different weekdays, the station also connects with the inner-suburbs of Washington DC, Virginia, and Fairfax County. For air travel, the Manassas Airport is used. There are two major highways that connect Bristow with other counties including Virginia Route 215 and Virginia Route 28.

Weather

The neighborhood offers a warm climate for people who avoid severe temperatures. Although the winters may go below 25F, the temperature remains tolerable throughout the year. The summer temperature remains between 70F to 90F. Drizzling is common in Bristow but the neighborhood also witnesses heavy rainfall during spring season.

Shopping

The neighborhood has a few shops and marketplaces but you will find everything of need and luxury in these shopping places.

Restaurants

Asian cuisine, especially Chinese, Japanese, and Afghani cuisines dominate the food market of Bristow but Mediterranean and continental foods are also equally famous here.

Nightlife

The neighborhood fully enjoys the American nightlife with a number of pubs and bars in its premises. Bars in Fairfax are also popular in Bristow.

Schools

Numerous preparatory, Elementary and High Schools are situated in Bristow.

Landmarks

Offering rich military history, there are a number of landmarks to visit here.

Conclusion

Known as an ideal destination for business, Bristow is a unique piece of land in modern America. It offers a beautiful blend of nature and technology along with environment-friendly housing. So if you are planning to move your home, make sure to visit Bristow at least once.

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