Triangle, Virginia is a CDP, census-designated place, in Prince William County, in Northern Virginia. It's nearest neighbors are the Marine Corps Base and town of Quantico, the town of Dumfries and Prince William Forest Park. The CDP spans 2.6 miles and has a mild subtropical climate that brings mild winters and humid hot summers. Triangle serves as a suburb of the many larger communities in the region including Qauntico and even Washington, D.C. The Triangle is primarily residential and homes here are largely of a middle class or higher nature.
According to the United States Census of 2000, the Triangle was home to 5,500 people spread across 2,196 households giving the CDP a population density of 2,088.5 people per square mile. However, according to hometownlocator.com the population as of July 2014 was 9,145 spread across 9,101 households giving the CDP a population density of 3,249 people per square mile. In 2000 the median household income in the CDP was $38,844 and the median family income was $43,811. However, hometownlocator.com reported four years later that the median household income was $61,954 and the per capita income was $27,492. These figures reveal that in four years there was marked growth both economically and in terms of population.
The Triangle is primarily residential and homes here are largely of a middle class or higher nature.
Triangle is the home of the National Museum of Marine Corps which has artifacts and exhibits dedicated too and preserving the history of the Marine Corp and their contributions to our nation. Right next door to the CDP is Prince William Forest Park which was established in 1936 as a Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Area. The park is a wonderful example of Eastern Piedmont forest as is home to countless examples of native flora and fauna. There area variety of other local attractions in both Triangle and the surrounding communities from unique shopping and dining opportunities to fascinating historic sites.
Homes for sale in Triangle range from starter homes up through two and three story homes. Most of the homes in the area are middle class or higher in design and have ample yard space. Rental options include apartments, houses and multi-family structures like duplexes for rent. Other housing options include town homes and condominiums with a variety of amenities aimed at the security and comfort of residents are available for sale or lease. Call local real estate agents for assistance in exploring all your housing options in the lively CDP of Triangle, Virginia.