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Welcome to Charlottesville


Charlottesville is a beautiful, historic town in Central Virginia. It’s best known for being home to Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. You’ll find the area rich in history and can visit the homes of both presidents, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Highland. It’s also home to the University of Virginia, which allows for a hip and eclectic vibe downtown near the university grounds. Residents enjoy a trendy restaurant culture, live music venues, and many local treasures. No matter what you’re interested in, the bustling commercial area offers everything you need.

Residents of Charlottesville have a mixture of neighborhoods to choose from, ranging from the early 1920s, and in some cases older, to new construction. You’ll find older neighborhoods where homes are closer together, designed to foster a sense of community. You’ll also find newer neighborhoods with luxurious estates on extensive, wooded lots. Rugby Road features classic brick Colonials and grand estates mixed with homes that house UVA fraternities and sororities. Those who are searching for the perfect mixture of a charming neighborhood with vibrant residents will love what Charlottesville offers.



What to Love

  • Rich local history
  • A happening lifestyle
  • The Downtown Mall
  • A thriving commercial district



Local Lifestyle

Residents of Charlottesville are awarded an area steeped in rich history and ample entertainment options. Whether visiting the University of Virginia and spending the afternoon on the picturesque Lawn, the serpentine brick-walled Pavilion Gardens, or strolling the Downtown Mall, you’ll find plenty to occupy your days.

Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah National Park are short drives and offer stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. Each season provides something spectacular for residents, from the spring Dogwood Festival to the Fourth of July fireworks at McIntire Park. With stunning homes and abundant amenities, Charlottesville has something for everyone.



Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Charlottesville residents will find various restaurants, bars, shops, and live music venues at the Downtown Mall. This historic pedestrian mall comes to life in the afternoons and evenings with locals and visitors. You’ll also find the Charlottesville City Market here, open Saturdays every April through December. Stop by and shop at various local vendors, including produce, baked goods, and handmade crafts.

The incredible local food scene is another reason to love Charlottesville. Whether you prefer something quick or gourmet dining, you’ll find it here. Fleurie Restaurant is an intimate upscale restaurant that offers modern French cuisine. Patrons enjoy à la carte options as well as tasting menus.

An upscale option is Orzo Kitchen & Wine Bar. This delicious Mediterranean spot offers an inspired menu of locally-sourced ingredients. Guests can enjoy the seasonally-inspired menu year-round in their charming and friendly atmosphere.

Miller’s Downtown is an old-school pub along the Downtown Mall, best known for beginning the career of Dave Matthews Band, that offers live music and elevated Southern fare. Stop by for a bite to eat and enjoy live music and entertainment on the patio.



Things to Do

Residents of Charlottesville have many options for things to do and explore in this vibrant area. Whether you want to partake in local history or explore the Blue Ridge Mountains, you’ll never get bored.

Residents and visitors enjoy visiting Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. This stunning historic estate features several buildings and artifacts that have been renovated to maintain the home's original charm. Even the gardens have been beautifully restored to include the plants Jefferson himself grew during the 19th century. Guests can take self-guided tours or visit with a tour guide to learn the local history.

Entertainment venues are plentiful and offer several chances to enjoy live shows. The John Paul Jones Arena features some of the most famous names in the industry. In contrast, the Ting Pavilion in the Downtown Mall features a more intimate gathering space with a mixture of local and national artists.

The Tom Tom Festival is part of the Tom Tom Foundation and works to explore various ideas about the future alongside other creatives. This festival looks at innovations across different industries to develop new ways to build community. While it’s business during the day, the nights come alive with music and entertainment.




Residents of school age in Charlottesville attend Charlottesville City Public Schools.


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