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Prince William County

  • 1.125 Property tax*
  • Known for its Civil War battlefields, historical museums, rich outdoor spaces, vines, steins & moonshine trail
  • Popular cities include Gainesville, Haymarket, Manassas, Bristow, Dumfries, and Woodbridge
  • Sought after neighborhoods/PUDs include Dominion Valley, Potomac Shores, Braemar, Ashland, Winding Creek Estates, and Morris Farm
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Frederick County

  • .49 Property Tax*
  • It is the northernmost county in Virginia with predominantly agricultural and blue-collar job across most of the county
  • Neighboring counties, Shenandoah and Loudoun County, along with Frederick County, provide a wonderful wine experience with plentiful hiking opportunities through the Appalachian trail (which spans from Georgia to Maine)
  • Independent city, Winchester, is known for its rich Civil War history and charming downtown featuring eclectic shopping and restaurants-
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Clarke County

  • About 25 percent of Clarke County is mountain land. Almost 75 percent of the county is west of the Shenandoah River.
  • Clarke County’s seat, Berryville, sits at the intersection of U.S. 340 (Lord Fairfax Highway) and Va. 7 (Harry Byrd Highway). Berryville is the center of commercial, residential, institutional, and industrial activity for the county. Settled in 1775 and incorporated in 1798, it was originally called Battletown.
  • The county’s only other incorporated town is Boyce. Unincorporated villages are Bluemont (partly in Loudoun County as well), Millwood, Pine Grove, and White Post. Other communities known by locals include Browntown, Double Tollgate, Frogtown, Gaylord, Old Chapel, Swimley, Wadesville, Waterloo, Webbtown, Wickliffe, and more than two dozen other almost-forgotten crossroad communities.
  • A rich, mountain oasis that I encourage you to learn more about here:

Fauquier County

  • Famous for its horse farms and beautiful rolling land at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, today Fauquier County is known for being at the heart of hunt and wine country.
  • Popular cities are Warrenton, Delaplane, The Plains, and Remington
  • How did it get its unique name? Legend has it that it was named for Francis Fauquier, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia at the time, who won the land in a poker game.
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