Shepherdstown

Shepherdstown

As West Virginia's oldest town, Shepherdstown has been a focal point of the state's rich heritage since it was chartered in 1762 and was still part of Virginia. Today, Shepherdstown provides homebuyers with plenty of history to match a friendly, small-town atmosphere and incredible real estate options.

History

Fewer than 2,000 residents currently call Shepherdstown their home and the town's tranquil lifestyle is enhanced by its location in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle along the Potomac River in Jefferson County. Charm and history are seamlessly entwined in Shepherdstown, where many of the buildings were constructed before the Revolutionary War and provided the basis to have the entire town added to The National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Residents and visitors alike enjoy walks down Shepherdstown's German Street to visit the businesses, restaurants and shops that continue to operate from these historic buildings.

Attractions

But while history is a huge part of Shepherdstown's character and ambiance, the town continues to be a vibrant place for homebuyers. Shepherd University gives Shepherdstown residents an inspirational pivot point for the arts and academia as many artists, theatre groups and musicians associated with the institution routinely host performances throughout the year in an array of establishments. Shepherdstown residents also enjoy a variety of social events that include Shepherdstown Music and Dance's monthly contra dances, the Contemporary American Theater Festival, and a plethora of other holiday parades, arts festivals and celebrations. The Shepherdstown Farmers Market held every Sunday beginning in spring brings out families, friends and neighbors to socialize and to buy the best in local produce, meats, deserts and more.

Recreation

Shepherdstown's location in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle means residents have plenty of ways to experience the great outdoors. The Potomac River is perfect for fishing and hiking and biking trails are located along the river. The more adventurous among us have access to river rafting excursions in Harpers Ferry and snow skiing in nearby resorts. Golfers delight at the many incredible courses located throughout the area, too. For big city attractions, Shepherdstown residents can easily travel to Washington, D.C. or Baltimore. With these cities only an hour-and-a-half drive away, day trips and weekend getaways are easy to arrange when you buy a home in Shepherdstown.

Living

To discover Shepherdstown's fantastic real estate opportunities, be sure to contact The Butch Cazin Team. As experts in the Shepherdstown real estate market, The Butch Cazin Team carefully monitors what homes for sale are currently listed and can help you find the right Shepherdstown home for sale for you and your family's needs.

Shepherdstown Homes for Sale

Looking for Shepherdstown homes for sale? Search our local listings database for access to listings in Shepherdstown and surrounding areas. Whether you want to buy or sell Shepherdstown, West Virginia real estate, you can browse through properties or find a wide variety of real estate resources available on this website.

Shepherdstown Real Estate Agent

If you are looking for a Shepherdstown REALTOR®, choose The Butch Cazin Team! As your Shepherdstown real estate agent, The Butch Cazin Team can assist you with all of your home buying and selling needs. We can provide you with access to the local listings database and offer our experience and knowledge to make the home buying or selling process easier for you and your family. Contact The Butch Cazin Team today to get your home search started!

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The Butch Cazin Team
Long & Foster Real Estate
976 Foxcroft Ave
Martinsburg WV 25401
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