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Shenandoah Valley

Welcome to Shenandoah Valley

Surrounded by the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley is home to several charming towns offering award-winning wineries, breweries, artisans, and rich local history. With year-round scenery that offers everything from lush greenery in the summer to stunning colors in the autumn, it’s easy to see why people love living here. You’ll also find plenty of historical significance here, especially from the American Civil War. The individual towns and communities that comprise “The Valley” all have a unique and charming atmosphere. Whether you prefer a lovely and well-preserved historic downtown like Staunton or the rich history of Lexington, you’ll find it here.

 

The residential communities of Shenandoah Valley are unique, yet all offer the same natural charm and elegance. You’ll find that it’s easy to get around, so venturing from one spot to the next for amenities is easy enough. Harrisonburg offers a quaint college town with James Madison University. Homes here range from charming historic Colonials and quaint ranches to brand-new elegant estates. Downtown Staunton features classic four-square brick homes, modest ranches, and new construction, while Waynesboro and Lexington offer a healthy mixture of everything. No matter what you’re searching for, Shenandoah Valley has the perfect spot for your next home.

 

 

What to Love

  • A rich historical significance
  • Stunning natural beauty among the Blue Ridge Mountains
  • Breweries, wineries, and restaurants
  • Charming neighborhoods

 

 

Local Lifestyle

Outdoor lovers rejoice in the Valley because of its panoramic views, hiking trails, and the Shenandoah River, which offer ample recreation opportunities. Whether you’re one of many who love outdoor sports and adventures or simply want to enjoy a stunning sunset over the mountains, this is the perfect spot. It’s also home to the American Shakespeare Center and Blackfriars Playhouse, a renowned theater authentically replicated from Shakespeare’s time. With a mild climate, an abundance of festivals, live music, breweries, and restaurants, you’ll never get bored here. Those looking for a slower pace of life and a richer experience will love everything Shenandoah Valley offers.

 

 

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

With several great towns, residents enjoy ample shopping and dining. The area is ripe with breweries, wineries, restaurants, and charming boutiques. Downtown Staunton offers a charming and well-preserved spot to enjoy several local shops and vendors. Wander the cobblestone streets lined with restaurants, breweries, and shops, or visit some local favorites. 

Locals love the Staunton Farmers’ Market, where you can visit with several local vendors and farmers to purchase local products. Around the corner, not far from the historic Hotel 24 and American Shakespeare Center's Blackfriars Playhouse, is Zynodoa Restaurant. The upscale restaurant serves farm-to-table Southern food in a contemporary setting. They use fresh, locally sourced ingredients to highlight the flavors of the region and bring you delectable meals for brunch and dinner.

Harrisonburg also has a lively and vibrant downtown scene. This walkable maze of shops and restaurants was named a “culinary district” for its outstanding quality and variety. The Joshua Wilton House is a stunning historic inn located on Main that offers upscale fine dining. Call to check their menu, as it changes often, or to make reservations for your special night.

Even if you’re not looking for something quite that elaborate, you’ll find plenty of quality restaurants nearby. The Local Chop & Grill House is down the road and offers a “grill-centric” theme with fresh local meats, produce, and craft beer.

 

 

Things to Do

Shenandoah Valley residents can easily find things to do among the many towns and neighborhoods. From the football games to the breweries, you’ll never get tired. The beautiful natural scenery and delight of the Blue Ridge Mountains also award you ample outdoor recreation.

Visiting downtown Harrisonburg during the peak season will have you seeing purple and gold. Home of James Madison University, this college town loves its Dukes and is proud to show it. Even the Marching Royal Dukes band has won several awards and been nationally televised.

Also in Harrisonburg is the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum, a stunning sanctuary on the James Madison University campus. This public garden and green space are open year-round.

Those passionate about history will love everything Lexington offers, from the Jackson House Museum and its glimpse into pre-Civil War family life to Virginia Military Institute Museum and everything in the middle. Shenandoah Valley truly offers more to residents than describable, and it’s the perfect place to explore.

 

 

Schools

Depending on their particular location, residents of school age in Shenandoah Valley have several options from primary school through graduate studies.

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