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New Homes in Fredericksburg
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Situated between Richmond, VA, and Washington, DC, historic Fredericksburg has emerged in recent years as a vibrant bedroom community. Among the town’s 25,000 residents are many who regularly travel to jobs in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William counties via highway and rail.
New Homes in Fredericksburg Near Local Professional Opportunities
Our new homes in Fredericksburg, VA, provide access to a diversified local economy, with leading employers including Mary Washington Healthcare, the University of Mary Washington, and GEICO. With Central Park in adjacent Spotsylvania County representing one of the largest malls on the East Coast, Fredericksburg has abundant dining and shopping opportunities. Commute options include Interstate 95, as well as Virginia Railway Express trains to Washington, DC.
Fredericksburg’s Areas of Historical Interest
With a scenic location on the Rappahannock River, Fredericksburg gained recognition in the 18th century as a vital inland port town. Reflecting this strategic trade importance, the community witnessed two major conflicts during the Civil War. These battlefields are well preserved within the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, with more than 1.5 million tourists visiting the area annually. Fredericksburg is also strongly associated with George Washington, whose maternal family lived in the area. The Mary Washington House, where America’s first President’s mother spent her final years, is a major tourist attraction.
Our new Fredericksburg, VA, homes offer proximity to an extensive downtown that maintains a distinctly historical character. In excess of 350 buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries comprise the 40-block square Fredericksburg Historic District, including St. George’s Episcopal Church, which was established in the early 18th century.