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Louisa County, Virginia Real Estate

Louisa County, located in the heart of Virginia features glorious Lake Anna, other plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities, a rich culture and history, and a wonderful community should you be looking to settle down here. If so, our local Louisa County Realtors are eager to use their experience and knowledge to help you find the perfect home or property and guide you step-by-step through the real estate purchasing process.

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Living in Louisa County

      Centrally located between Charlottesville and Richmond for an easy commute to both cities. Steeped in history, Louisa County was created 1742. Named after Princess Louise of Great Britain. Once the home to Patrick Henry (“Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”) who was elected in 1765 to represent Louisa in the House of Burgesses. During the Civil War, Louisa County was known for the Battle Of Trevillian Station that was fought for 2 days, in 1864.

     Louisa is the home of Lake Anna which encompasses 13,000 acres, ideal for boating, fishing or relaxing along its tranquil shores. Also, Louisa is graced with many rivers and creeks.

  • Zion Crossroads started development in the early 2000’s and has grown into a major business and retail center.
  • Spring Creek is a gated, golf course community and is located just 20 minutes from Charlottesville. It offers single family and attached homes, some with golf course frontage and/or water frontage.
  • The countryside offers an abundance of horse, cattle, sheep, alpaca and general agricultural farms and estates, large and small.
  • Louisa County boasts many vineyards and wineries and that number is growing every year.
  • Louisa County offers country living at it’s best and at an affordable price range.

More Great Reasons to Buy a Home in Louisa County Virginia

     Situated East of Albemarle and Charlottesville and North of Richmond, Louisa County offers a cornucopia of living opportunities. If you love golf, Golf Digest magazine rated the local Spring Creek community as the No.1 Best New Affordable Golf Course in 2007.

     Located in the Zion Crossroads area, there are several other great planned neighborhoods worth checking out. Twin Oaks Community is one of the country’s oldest secular communes and still draws individuals and families looking to “get back to the land” and live in more simple ways based in the community.

     And of course, spectacular Lake Anna offers some of the most beautiful, affordable vacation and year-round home-buying opportunities in the nation. There are also many farms, estates, and tucked-away cottages if you want a way of life that guarantees serenity and peace

FAQ – Louisa County, Virginia Real Estate

What is Louisa County, Virginia known for?

According to the Louisa County website, “the county is rich in Revolutionary and Civil war history.” Patrick Henry lived in Louisa County and represented Louisa in government. The Virginia Central Railroad runs through Louisa and was instrumental in the Civil War, carrying supplies to the Confederate army. 

How big is Louisa County?

Louisa County spans 517 square miles which consists of historic farms, wooded areas, open pastures and residential areas. 

Is Louisa County a good place to live?

Located just 15 miles west of Richmond and 15 miles east of Charlottesville, Louisa County is an excellent place to live if you enjoy the peace and quiet of having a home in a rural area but want to be close to the amenities that a city can provide. 

Is Louisa County a safe place to live?

According to Sperling’s Best Places, the Louisa County violent crime rate is 9.4, substantially lower than the U.S. average of 22.7. 

Does Louisa County have personal property tax?

Louisacounty.com states there is an annual personal property tax due each year in Louisa County. Taxes are due December 5th of each year. There’s a 10% penalty applied on December 6 for late taxes and you begin accruing 10% interest on your property tax if not paid before January 1st.