Guides

  • Fredericksburg City

    Fredericksburg Combining old and new is the hallmark of Fredericksburg. Old stone buildings, 18th and 19th century architecture. The Apothecary Shop, The Silk Mill, The Kenmore Inn and battlefields all…

  • Spotsylvania County

    Located right off of interstate 95, you’ll find age defying, 300 year old Spotsylvania that offers something for everyone. History buffs will have plenty to see, as Spotsylvania County is…

  • Stafford County

    Stafford County offers diverse living options from homes with large private lots to waterfront property. North Stafford gives residence the option of a quick commute to Washington DC or Quantico…

  • Prince William

    Located just South of DC, it’s no wonder that Prince William is the second-most populated county in Virginia. Residents of Prince William find it convenient to commute to and from…

  • King George County

    King George County is conveniently located between Fredericksburg City and The 301 Bridge to Maryland. Many buyers find the advantage to a home in King George , unlike surrounding counties,…

  • Orange / Locust Grove

    History, adventure, natural beauty, Orange County is Virginia unspoiled. Connect with the past by visiting James Madison’s home, Montpelier, or by walking the grounds where the civil war was fought.…

  • Culpeper

    Conveniently located between Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, and Washington, DC is historic Culpeper. Tracing its ancestry back to Revolutionary and Civil War times, with the Culpeper Minutemen, you can catch glimpses of…

  • Alexandria

    A stone’s throw from Washington, DC, Alexandria is located on the Potomac River. Known for its 18th century architecture Old Town Alexandria supports a walking lifestyle with access to public…

  • Lake Anna

    Just a quick drive from Fredericksburg, Lake Anna makes for the perfect weekend getaway. You’ll have no problem finding a private location for your beach chair on the 10-mile beachfront.…