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Fredericksburg - Town vs. County Stats

Fredericksburg - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Fredericksburg: $396,400 / County Avg $476,700

42%

Avg Taxes in Fredericksburg: $2,000 / County Avg $2,400

41%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Fredericksburg: 3,021 / County Avg 2,956

51%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Fredericksburg: $131 / County Avg $161

81%

Avg Walkscore in Fredericksburg: 22 / County Avg 50

23%

Avg Year Built in Fredericksburg: 1992 / County Avg 1963

51%

Avg Days on Website in Fredericksburg: 71 / County Avg 108

33%

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Fredericksburg Virginia is a charming town with an elaborate history. Located in Northern Virginia just 47 miles south of Washington, D.C. and 53 miles north of Richmond, Fredericksburg real estate is always in demand. Combined with Spotsylvania County by the Bureau of Economic Analysis for statistical purposes, the area experiences a four-season humid subtropical climate with warm summers and cool winters. Fredericksburg homes always look exceptionally stunning in the fall when the colorful leaves start to make their way down. The history left behind in this city has generated a significant amount of tourism. It actually brings in about 1.5-million visitors per year, so it has become a major part of the economy in Fredericksburg.

Fredericksburg real estate has a significant amount of single-family homes. There are historic properties from the 18th and 19th centuries on generous lots of land. Fredericksburg has a great deal of colonial-style homes in particular. This style is very common for the area considering the history, so the town is filled with old-world charm. Modern homes and newer construction are also available most commonly in residential tracts. Both historic and modern homes come with their own unique features and extraordinary finds. One of the most marveled over Fredericksburg properties for sale on the market right now is an 1830’s four-story brick mansion. It has six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, an elevator to three stories, 9,000 square feet of space and elegance, and it is located right in the heart of historic Fredericksburg. This home is the epitome of too good to be true. It has 1800’s crown molding and the interior detailing of the estate is bewitching. This home is out of reach for many, but its meticulous and enchanting nature is a great example of the unique properties that can be found in this town.

The history of Fredericksburg dates back to the early 1600’s when John Smith arrived to initiate the Jamestown Settlement. The inhabitants at the time were the Siouan-speaking Manahoac Indians. The Virginia General Assembly established a fort on the Rappahannock River in 1676, just below present day Fredericksburg. In 1714, Germanna, a German settlement, was sponsored by Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood on the Rapidan River. This led an expedition to go westward past the Blue Ridge Mountains two years later. A new county was formed in 1720 as interests grew, and it was named Spotsylvania after Alexander Spotswood. Fredericksburg was then established as the port for the county in 1728. Fredericksburg was named after Frederick, the Prince of Wales, who was the son of King George II. In 1781, Fredericksburg was incorporated as a town, and in 1879, it received its charter as a city. However, during that time, the town underwent the Battle of Fredericksburg in 1862. Then the Second Battle of Fredericksburg happened in 1863. This was all part of the American Civil War. Separating from Spotsylvania County, Fredericksburg adopted its own form of government in 1911. In the past and today, Fredericksburg serves and has served as a bedroom community for Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Public schools in Fredericksburg run independent of the surrounding counties in their own district. The public schools include James Monroe High School, Walker Grant Middle School, Hugh Mercer Elementary School and Lafayette Upper Elementary School. Private Schools include Fredericksburg Academy, Fredericksburg Christian School, Saint Michael the Archangel High School and Lighthouse Academy. Last, but surely not least is the higher education. The University of Mary Washington, a four-year public university established in 1908, focuses on undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences.
Fredericksburg’s prime location along the Rappahannock River provides residents with an assortment of lakeside amenities including trails, parks, nature programs and more to promote an active and healthy lifestyle. It’s always a good idea to unplug and connect with nature especially in a place with such an abundance of natural beauty. You can also enjoy nature at the 800-acre Motts Run Reservoir Recreation Area, a common spot for hiking, picnics, fishing, kayaking and canoeing. More opportunities to stay active and healthy are at Fredericksburg’s parks and recreation department which provides athletic, dance and fitness classes for all age ranges and skill levels to try out. There are also town events held throughout the year such as the annual Christmas parade, Heritage Festival, Antique Auto Show, Oktoberfest, and a soapbox derby.

This town’s history has all but been left behind or forgotten. George Washington’s childhood home resides in Fredericksburg as well as the Civil War battlefields and the James Monroe Museum, all being preserved and available for public viewing. Old Town Fredericksburg is the heart and soul of this town. The city’s past joins forces with today’s modernism and creates a wonderful atmosphere that has become a local and tourist favorite. There are over 100 boutiques, antique shops, art galleries and restaurants in the midst of this 40-block historic district. Over 350 original 18th and 19th century properties remain standing as well as the oldest continuously running soda fountain in the United States. There’s nothing better than a small town with a historic downtown district. It’s a great place to spend time on the weekends or afternoons with friends and family and to show out-of-town visitors.


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Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg VA
-DUNNAVANT
ALTOONA
AMBER OAKS
ARGYLE HEIGHTS
ARTILLERY RIDGE
ARTILLERY RIDGE SECT 1
ARTILLERY RIDGE SECT 2
ASHBURN HILLS
ASHLEIGH PARK
ASHLEIGH PARK SOUTH
ASHLEY FARMS
ASHTON VILLAGE
BARNUM PROPERTY
BATTLEGROUND ESTATES
BEL PLAINS ESTATE
BELLE PLAINS
BELLEVUE COURT
BELLWOOD PLANTATION
BELMONT HILLS-INGLESIDE
BREEZEWOOD
BRIDLEWOOD ESTATES
BROAD CREEK ESTATES
BROADUS FAMILY
BROOKEWOOD ESTATES
BROOKEWOOD FARMS
BROOKFIELD (SALEM FIELDS
CAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE CROSSING
CAMELOT
CANDLEWOOD
CANNON KNOLLS
CANNON RIDGE
CARDINAL FOREST
CARRIAGE HILL AT FALLS
CEDAR RIDGE
CEDARBROOK
CELEBRATE
CELEBRATE VIRGINIA NORTH
CHANCELLOR GARDENS
CHANCELLOR GREEN
CHANCELLOR PARK
CHANCELLORSVILLE CROSSING
CHANCELLORSVILLE HUNT
CHAPEL HEIGHTS
CHEWNING LANE
CITY OF FREDERICKSBURG
CLEARVIEW HEIGHTS
COLCHESTER VILLAGE AT LE
COLECHESTER VILLAGE AT L
COLLEGE HEIGHTS
CONFEDERATE RIDGE
COOL RIVER
COTTAGE GREEN
COURTLAND PARK
COWAN CROSSING
CREEKSIDE
CRESCENT VALLEY
CRYSTAL LAKE
DEACON ROAD ESTATES
DEEP RUN
DEERFIELD
DENNY DAVIS
DOWNTOWN
DOWNTOWN FREDERICKSBURG
DOWNTOWN FREDERIKBURG
ELMHURST
EMBREY
ENCHANTED WOODS
ENGLAND RUN
ENGLAND RUN NORTH
ENGLISH HILLS
EPSOM
ERNEST GIBSON
ESTATES AT KINGSWOOD
ESTATES AT LEELAND
ESTATES AT ROCKY PEN
ESTATES OF CHANCELLORSVI
ESTATES OF CHANCELLORSVILLE
FALCON RIDGE
FALLS RUN
FALMOUTH
FALMOUTH VILLAGE
FERRY FARMS
FLEETWOOD FARM
FLINT HILL STATION
FOX POINT
FREDERICKSBURG CITY
FREDERICKSBURG CITY- COURTLAND HEIGHTS
GLEN HAVEN
GLENHAVEN SOUTH-B
GRAFTON VILLAGE
GRANDSTAFF WOODS AT LEES
GRANINGER
HAMILTONS CROSSING
HARTLAKE ESTATES
HARTWOOD MEADOWS
HARTWOOD VALLEY
HARTWOOD VILLAGE
HARVESTDALE
HAWTHORNE WOODS
HEARTLAND RIDGE
HERITAGE HILLS
HICKORY RIDGE
HIGHLAND HOME
HISTORIC DISTRICT
HOLLAND MEADOWS
HUNTINGTON MEADOWS
INGERSON
KENDALLWOOD EAST
KENSINGTON HILL
KINGS GRANT
KINGSWOOD
KNOTSMYTHES LANDING
LAFAYETTE ESTATES
LANCASTER GATE
LAUREL PARK
LEAVELLS CROSSING
LEE WHITE-PRITCHETT TRAC
LEELAND STATION
LEES CROSSING
LEES HILL
LEES PARKE
LEES PARKE EXECUTIVES
LEES PARKE VILLAGES
LEONARD PROPERTY
LITTLE WHIM RD.
LONG BRANCH RIDGE
LORIELLA PARK ESTATES
MANSFIELD CLUB
MANSFIELD MANOR
MAPLE GROVE
MARSH ROAD 1.015 AC
MARSH RUN ESTATES
MARSHALL-GARDNER PROPERT
MAURY COMMONS
MAYFIELD
MILBURN ESTATES
MILL GARDEN
MILL GARDEN SOUTH
MINERAL SPRINGS PLANTATI
MINERAL SPRINGS PLANTATION
MORNINGSIDE
MOUNT PLEASENT ESTATES SOUTH
MOUNT PLEASENT SOUTH
MT. PLEASANT ESTATES
NI RIVER LANDING
NO SUBDIVISION- NO HOA
NORMANDY VILLAGE
NORTH CLUB
NORTH FERRY FARMS
NR FALMOUTH
OAK GROVE TERRACE
OAKLEY FARMS
OAKMONT VILLAGE AT LEES
OAKWOOD FOREST
OVERLOOK AT HICKORY HILLS
PARKWOOD
PEACOCK STATION
PELHAMS CROSSING
PHILLIPS
PIEDMONT HILLS
PIPE RUN
POLAR VALLEY ESTATES
POPLAR FOREST AT LEES HI
POTOMAC CREEK ESTATES
POTOMAC RUN FARM
PRESERVE AT SMITH RUN
PRIVATE
QUEENS GUARD
QUEENS MILL AT SALEM STA
RAINTREE
RAPPAHANNOCK LANDING
RAPPAHANNOCK RIDGE EST
RED ROSE VILLAGE
REGENCY AT CHANCELLORSVILLE
REGENCY CHANCELLORSVILLE
RESERVE AT HARTWOOD
RETREAT AT CHANCELLORSVI
RICHLAND FOREST
RIDGE POINTE
RIVER BEND
RIVER BLUFFS
RIVER CLUB
RIVER CREEK
RIVER GLEN
RIVER JUNCTION
RIVER MEADOWS
RIVER RIDGE ESTATES
RIVER WALK
RIVERCREEK
RIVERGATE
ROCKY RUN ESTATES
ROSELAND
RUBY GLEN
RUFFINS POND
SADDLE RIDGE
SALEM FIELDS
SEDGWICK CROSSING
SHEA ESTATES
SHERATON HILLS SOUTH
SHERWOOD FOREST
SKYLINE HILLS
SMOKETREE
SOMMERSET RIDGE
SOUTH GATE
SOUTH OAKS
SOUTH WOODS
SOUTHGATE
SPOTSWOOD ESTATES
SPRING VALLEY
STAFFORD ESTATES
STAFFORD LAKES VILLAGE
STAFFORD LANDING
STILLWATER ESTATES
STONEGATE ESTATES
STONEGATE MANOR
STONEMILL
STONEWALL ESTATES
STONEWALL HEIGHTS
STRATFORD PLACE
SUMMERFIELD
SUMMERSET
SURRY WOODS
SYLVESTER REED ESTATE
THE BLAKE FARM
THE ESTATES AT LEES PARK
THE FAIRWAYS AT LEES HIL
THE FALLS AT LEES PARKE
THE HAMLET OF IVERNESS A
THE HILLS AT SNOWDEN
THE HILLS OF SNOWDEN
THE HOLLY WOODS
THE OAKS AT CHANCELLORS
THE RESERVES AT LEELAND STATION
THE TIMBERS
THE TRAILS
THE VILLAS AT FALLS RUN
THE VINTAGE
THE WILLOWS
TIMBERIDGE
TIMBERLAKE
TROON NORTH AT LEES HIL
TROON NORTH AT LEES HILL
TWIN LAKES
TYLERTOWN
VILLAGE OF IDLEWILD
VILLAGES OF SALEM STATIO
VILLAS AT WELLSPRING HILLS
VIRGINIA HERITAGE AT LEE
VIRGINIA HERITAGE AT LEE"S PARKE
VIRGINIA HERITAGE AT LEES PARKE
WALLACE FARMS
WALNUT GROVE ESTATES
WALNUT HILLS
WATFORD VILLAGE AT LEES
WELLINGTON CHASE RAPPAH
WELLSPRING HILLS
WESTBURY
WHEATLAND WOODS
WHITTAKER ESTATES
WINDSOR PLACE
WOOD LANDING ESTATES
WOODS OF ABEL LAKE-THE HAMLET
WOODSIDE