Moving to Culpeper

There are so many reasons to move to Culpeper, VA!

Voted Prettiest Town in Virginia by Architectural Digest 2018

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 film.  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.

Visit Culpeper, VA

Outdoor activities abound from horseback riding, fishing and kayaking/canoeing the many rivers that pass through the County to hiking in the Blue Ridge mountains.   You will enjoy a well-preserved and historic downtown (2012 Virginia Main Street Winner) filled with quaint boutiques, restuarants, coffee and espresso cafes, gourmet shops, and antique stores.  You will see how it earned the desgination of Prettiest Town in Virginia.  The beautiful Virginia countryside is nearby and filled with wineries, breweries, distilleries, farms and more.  This town is a great spot to embark on a tour of Virginia's Piedmont region: Monticello, Luray Caverns, Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park and more!   

Lots to learn for history lovers!  A young George Washington was the first surveyor of Culpeper. Drop in at the Museum/Visitor's Center/Amtrak Station and you will find loads of ideas to begin your adventure.  You can explore the Brandy Station, Cedar Mountain and Kelly's Ford Civil War battlefieds.  James Madison's Montpelier is nearby in Orange, VA.

After all that exploring it might be time to check out some of the local restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleriesOne establishment boasts all four!  Our area is a favorite place for weddings and family reunions with a large choice of venues to meet all tastes and budgets.

The County has six public elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools, including our brand new Career Technical Education (CTE) High School.  There are many private schools available in the County as well.  Higher education can be obtained at Germanna Community College's Daniel Technology Center.

With so much to do in the surrounding area and being in close proximity to Fredericksburg, Charlottesville and Washington, DC, it's no wonder that we have a growing population.

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Whether you're searching for a single family home, town home, farms of any size or a home with a mountain view or riverfront property, you will find it here. Areas of the County include: Amissville, Batna, Boston, Brandy Station, Catalpa, Elkwood, Jeffersonton, Lignum, Mitchells, Rapidan, Remington, Rixeyville, Stevensburg and Viewtown. See below for current listings.

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