Nestled between Washington D.C. and Richmond, Virginia, is the booming region including the City of Fredericksburg, and the Counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline and Westmoreland. The reasons so many call this area “home” are limitless. Whether you enjoy the area’s rich history, parks and rivers, festivals, the many opportunities for businesses, and affordable cost of living, our region is ideal for many reasons!
Here, the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers provide ample space for water sports enthusiasts. The area’s rich history includes George Washington’s birthplace (Westmoreland County) and childhood home (Ferry Farm), Mary Washington’s home and monument (downtown Fredericksburg). The region was the site of many Civil War battles, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Courthouse. National Parks on these sites miles of provide trails for biking, hiking and learning.
Downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia includes 40 block Fredericksburg Historic District showcases buildings dating to the 18th and 19th centuries. Here you will find William Street’s “Restaurant Row” and a number of new developments adding to the urban environment.
Stafford County is home to the Marine Corps Quantico, and is the 11th highest income-earning county in the U.S., according to Forbes Magazine. Art lovers can take in a performance at the Riverside Center Theater and observe the many pieces at Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont. Hartwood and Potomac Point Wineries offer terrific wine selections and tours.
In historic Spotsylvania County, water sports enthusiasts take in the amazing Lake Anna, as well as other parks and marinas. The area’s large shopping centers, including Central Park and Spotsylvania Towne Centre, offer a wide variety of retail and dining options. You can also take in a historic reenactment at one of the area’s battlefields!
Our team is intimately familiar with Fredericksburg and the surrounding counties, and we look forward to helping you find the ideal location for you and your family to call “home”.