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Orange County, Virginia Real Estate

Orange County real estate is known for its rolling landscapes and spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains – yet it’s diversified economy has made it an increasingly popular area for individuals, families and businesses.

Virginia Estates employs local Realtors that specialize in guiding you step-by-step through the process of finding and purchasing the ideal Orange County property.

Orange County, Virginia offers a variety of home choices. Many are attracted to the towns of Orange and Gordonsville which feature great family-oriented neighborhoods, a short drive from shopping and entertainment opportunities.Others prefer to live in the rural areas affording them large private properties with beautiful views and fresh air.

The areas in and around Orange County offer some of the finest vineyards and wineries in Virginia. Just a few miles away, Barboursville area features many excellent local wineries as well as the Four County Players, the award-winning dramatic troupe.

And for those given to Sunday drives, it’s only a brief half-hour drive down scenic country roads to Charlottesville!

FAQ – Orange County, Virginia Real Estate

Is Orange County, Virginia a good place to live?

Orange, Virginia is in a perfect location just 70 miles south of Washington, DC, 60 miles north of Richmond, Va, 20 miles southwest of Charlottesville and 160 miles east of the port town of Norfolk. It has a small hometown feel with all the modern amenities and is located near many larger cities that provide opportunities to spend time in the city. 

What is there to do in Orange County, Va. 

Orange County is an agricultural region and is home to many of the 30 wineries located on the Monticello Wine Trail. The area is rich in history and has a variety of historical sites including James Madison’s Montpelier, Exchange Hotel and Civil War Museum and Barboursville Ruins. Orange County is also home to a number of golf courses as well as Lake Anna, Lake Orange and Angler’s Landing for those who prefer to spend their time outside. 

What is the city of Orange known for?

The city of Orange is the County Seat and is a historic town with an urban feel. According to the Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area, the city of Orange is home to a variety of historic buildings from the Italian Villa style courthouse to St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church (Robert E. Lee attended this church in 1863/64), The Orange Train Station as well as a variety of building in the downtown area that house art galleries, antique shops and restaurants. 

What towns are in Orange County, Virginia 

Some of the larger and better known towns in Orange County, Virginia include Orange and Lake of the Woods. Orange is a charming small town and the county seat. Outdoor activities, wineries and antiques are some of the activities that you will be able to take advantage of living here. Lake of the Woods is a beautiful planned community whose amenities include a lake, boating, walking paths, golf course, pools and an equestrian center.