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If you’ve ever found yourself fantasizing about owning a waterfront home, but worried that it’s out of your price range, consider a Shenandoah Valley waterfront property. The Shenandoah Valley offers a range of waterfront homes to fit any budget and lifestyle for those looking for a tranquil escape in an area with history, a unique culture, and a strong community.
Nestled in the lush valley between the famous Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains, the Shenandoah Valley has long been one of Virginia’s most beautiful and prized regions. When you combine the dramatic and sublime views of rolling pastures, the sparkling clear water of the Shenandoah River, and the backdrop of ancient mountain peaks, it’s no surprise that many who come to the Shenandoah Valley make it their home for generations. While it’s impossible to miss the valley’s beauty, there’s no better way to experience the true spirit of the Shenandoah Valley than to gaze out at the mountains across a pristine waterfront. While the region is high in demand, we’re proud to offer a quality selection of Shenandoah Valley waterfront properties.
Long considered one of Virginia’s foremost agricultural areas, the Shenandoah Valley has a unique geology that makes it particularly fertile. Cool mountain breezes from the two mountain ranges that flank the valley as well as the abundance of water sources – the Shenandoah River, Sherando Lake, and dozens of smaller lakes and ponds – provide a useful moderating force for the temperatures in the Shenandoah Valley. Those interested in personal gardening, larger-scale farming, or raising livestock should consider Shenandoah Valley waterfront real estate due to the fertility of the soil and cooler temperatures.
Beautiful Shenandoah Valley
In fact, the Shenandoah Valley’s unique agricultural advantages have helped define its history. Ever since early American settlement, farming communities have been the backbone of the region. Because of all these geological factors, the land has been incredibly productive, and even made the Shenandoah Valley a critical strategic area during the Civil War – the region would be called “the Breadbasket of the Confederacy” for this reason. The agricultural lifestyle has also given rise to a unique culture distinct from both their West Virginian and Central Virginian neighbors – an exciting legacy to discover throughout the Shenandoah Valley’s beautiful small towns.
The Shenandoah Valley is the perfect spot for families to relocate or for a serene vacation home because of the wealth of recreational activities. Residents and visitors from near and far enjoy hiking and biking in Shenandoah National Park and The George Washington National Forest. One of the best parts of the Shenandoah Valley, though, is its abundance of clean, peaceful lakes and ponds to enjoy. Shenandoah Valley’s largest lake, Sherando Lake, is located within The George Washington National Forest and is the perfect spot for an afternoon of canoeing, kayaking, fishing, or relaxing on the beach. For those who want to enjoy those activities closer to home, we offer many Shenandoah Valley waterfront homes to bring them to your backyard. Contact us today to discuss our listings and schedule a viewing!