Culpeper Fauquier and Orange

Welcome to your list of homes in Culpeper, Fauquier and Orange Counties which updates as new homes are listed!  Check back often to see what’s new and if you would like a more detailed search delivered to your inbox, please send me an email with your search criteria.  Below the list of properties you’ll find information on Culpeper, Fauquier and Orange.

Culpeper County

Voted “Prettiest Town in Virginia – 2018” by Architectural Digest Magazine.

Culpeper continues to grow and develop but still retains its small town feel.  The County supports a thriving community of both agricultural and commercial interests.  Population is just under 50,000 in the County, with 18,000 residing within the town which offers a wide variety of unique shopping and restaurant choices.  It’s also home to the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation – a wonderful place to take in a free flick.  Community gatherings abound: Gnarly Hops & Barley Fest , the “Best Little Airshow in the East”, the Harvest Days Farm Tour, Downtown Mardi Gras Carnival and more.

Orange County

Established in 1734, Orange County was named in honor of William, Prince of Orange and covered an area that extended to the Mississippi River and Great Lakes. Here you can walk in the footsteps of James Madison, our nation’s fourth President and “Father of the Constitution,” at his beloved home Montpelier.  Delight in the breathtaking views, which Madison described as “a squirrel’s jump from heaven.”  The Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel located in Gordonsville is the only standing Civil War Receiving Hospital.  Early German settlers and their history can be found at the Germanna Museum.  If you visit the Barboursville Vineyard, be sure to explore the Barboursville Ruins, remnants of a home designed by Thomas Jefferson for Governor Barbour.  Great place for a splendid photo opportunity.

Stay at one of the charming bed & breakfasts, inns or hotels. Enjoy Southern hospitality and fine dining and explore award-winning wineries, historic sites and museums, adventure and outdoor recreation, quaint shops and art galleries, like the Arts Center in Orange. There is something fun for everyone in Orange, VA and the Visitor Center which is the old train station is a great place to begin your journey.

 

Whether you’re looking for a house on a lake or river or in a neighborhood, you’ll be sure to find one in Culpeper, Fauquier and Orange.