Spotsylvania County Real Estate & Information

Spotsylvania County Real Estate & Information

Part of the Washington Metropolitan Area, Spotsylvania County was established in 1721 and named for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Alexander Spotswood. Its current population is 90,395 and it is the 84th fastest growing county in the nation. Its vital combination of historical significance, proximity to the metropolitan hub of Washington D.C., and well-maintained public services, make Spotsylvania County real estate a valuable commodity and a good choice for relocation.

Shopping and Dining
Spotsylvania County has a wide variety of restaurants that cater to every pallet and budget. The independent city of Fredericksburg is a popular destination for its eclectic, home-style restaurants whose names and décor often pay homage to notable civil war battles and events. Because of the rich history of the area, the shopping experience in Spotsylvania County can be both enjoyable and enriching. The Old Town Fredericksburg Historic District is a popular place to take in the history and vibrant commerce of the area. Once a colonial marketplace and trade center, the over 100 small businesses here exemplify the friendly, personalized interactions of past times.

Parks and Recreation
Surrounded by the natural splendor of northern Virginia, there are countless opportunities for outdoor relaxation and fun. With 2,058 acres and 8 1/2 miles of shoreline, Lake Anna State Park is a favorite destination for fishing, swimming and picnicking. The park is equipped with a boat launch, visitor’s center, and well-maintained nature trails. Spotsylvania County Parks and Recreation maintains 9 other parks with sporting facilities, picnic shelters and playgrounds. Every summer, the Spotsylvania Film Festival features outdoor-themed films presented on a 20’ by 40’ inflatable movie screen. For the history buff there are plenty of guided walking tours and visitor centers in Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg, as well as audio-visual presentations and museum exhibits, to help interpret the four historic battlefields of the area.

Living
Spotsylvania County is a community that thrives, capitalizing on its ideal location and rich history. Equipped with an environment well-suited for business development and a thriving tourist industry, Spotsylvania has a healthy, vibrant economy. Its access to I-95, major airports, commuter railroad lines and a productive and well-educated labor force ensure that Spotsylvania County has staying power. While there are a lot of factors that contribute to the Spotsylvania County Advantage, relocating to Spotsylvania County also means joining a community with a conscience and the values that helped shape this country.

Schools, Health, Transportation
The Spotsylvania County School District is dedicated to providing residents with quality facilities and educators. Consisting of 17 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, and 5 high schools, the total enrollment of over 24,000 students is a testament to this dedication. The Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center provides the county with state of the art, innovative health services. The center has shown itself to be on the leading edge for everything from emergency services, to women’s health, cancer care, and imaging services. The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) commuter rail service connects Spotsylvania to Union Station in Washington, D.C. via the Fredericksburg Line, providing the county with one of the most efficient modes of transportation in the country.

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Stafford VA 22554
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