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Broad Street Rd

Broad Street Rd 114-acre gentleman's farm conveniently located 30-minutes from both Charlottesville and Richmond. St...

River Park

River Park River Park homestead is truly a hidden parkland with extraordinary Rockfish River frontage, and delightfu...

45 Acres on The Rockfish River

45 Acres on The Rockfish River With over 1000 feet of Rockfish River frontage, glorious mountain views, very fertile...

Pristine Waterfront Estate Parcel

Pristine Waterfront Estate Parcel Parcel 1 is an astounding waterfront property within this private community, a pea...
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Shenandoah Valley Riverfront Properties

If you’re interested in a peaceful, secluded vacation home or are looking to permanently relocate to an area that combines vibrant history and culture with stunning natural beauty, the Shenandoah Valley may be the place for you. The Shenandoah Valley stretches 200 miles between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and the Allegheny Mountains to the west. While many places in the valley are known for their incredible natural beauty, the best views are those that include the meandering Shenandoah River. Shenandoah Valley riverfront properties are perfect year-round or vacation homes for those who love history, lively small towns, great food, and outdoor recreation.

There are several different possible origin stories for Shenandoah’s namesake, one of which claims that George Washington named the key valley and its river after Skenandoa, an Oneida chief from New York who supported American rebels in the American Revolution. Though this account is unlikely to be true – land grants indicate that the name “Shenandoah” was in use decades before the war – the desire to attach such an important story is emblematic of the Shenandoah Valley and Shenandoah River’s importance in Virginia, culturally, economically, and historically.

The Shenandoah River, a tributary of the Potomac River, winds through 56 miles of the Shenandoah Valley before forking in Rockingham County. From there, the South Fork tightly meanders through Page Valley with the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and Massanutten Mountain, home to a popular ski resort, to the west. The North Fork meanders a hundred miles through the George Washington National Forest along the eastern side of Shenandoah Mountain. The geology of the Shenandoah Valley makes it one of Virginia’s top agricultural areas, as the river brings the valley cool breezes that keep temperatures moderate and rich, fertile soil.

Shenandoah Valley is the place to enjoy life

Shenandoah Valley riverfront properties are ideal for those looking for a tranquil escape who love to get outside. The Shenandoah Valley and its river are incredibly popular for their wealth of recreational activities. For the adventurous, the Shenandoah River is perfect for white-water rafting and white-water kayaking. Families can enjoy more laidback outings – for instance, a picnic on the banks of the river before canoeing or river tubing. While some opt to buy their own recreational equipment to take full advantage of their Shenandoah Valley riverfront property, there are also several companies in the area that offer rentals and tours.

Fishing enthusiasts also love the Shenandoah River because it’s one of the best smallmouth bass rivers in the eastern U.S. The river offers great fishing year-round, with some of the biggest fish found in the winter. Whether you’re looking for the perfect new home or a vacation property, the Shenandoah Valley is exciting and beautiful in every season.

Many visitors only experience the majestic Shenandoah Valley in their drive along the Skyline Drive or the Blue Ridge Parkway, but the valley contains so much more than can be seen from a car! In addition to the Shenandoah Valley riverfront’s natural beauty, the charming historic small towns add another dimension to the valley. Historic sites such as President Woodrow Wilson’s birthplace and the unique Frontier Culture Museum combine with new festivals, restaurants, and wineries that the area is increasingly known for. Whether you want a riverfront property for its privacy and serenity or its proximity to exciting activities, a Shenandoah Valley riverfront property is ideal – and we’ve got a range of properties to match your budget and lifestyle.