Exploring Montclair

A Prince William County Community

Montclair is a hidden gem of Northern Virginia. Located in historic Prince William County and centered around Lake Montclair, this small, friendly community gathers to celebrate holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Independence Day and ‘Montclair Day’ with events such as movies on the lake, July 4th fireworks, a Spring Easter egg hunt, Oktoberfest and many more!

Lake Montclair is complete with three beaches that residents can use year round. Each beach has a boat dock, a swim dock, a beach, and picnic areas. In the summer, lifeguards are on duty for a safe swimming experience. The beautiful Montclair Country Club is a private golf course that serves and runs throughout the community to create a peaceful, beautiful landscape.  

This community is conveniently located in the heart of Prince William County, with a close commute to Washington, D.C. as well as Fredericksburg, VA. The area has shopping centers with stores like Target, Starbucks, grocery stores, and great restaurants.

Well-respected schools encompass the area, which includes three elementary schools (Pattie, Henderson and Montclair) and there is a diverse selection of churches to choose from throughout the area.  If you are looking for a close-knit community with great amenities, great schools and a convenient commute to D.C., Montclair is for you!

If you are interested in living in the Montclair neighborhood, or in one of the great featured properties listed below (or coming soon to the market) then contact the Nellis Group at 703-348-6442 to speak to one of our Prince William County community specialists.

Featured Property

15797 Moncure Dr, Montclair, VA 22025

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