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Settling into Martinsburg
Ryan Homes in Martinsburg, WV, offer a small-town atmosphere in a growing city between major metro areas. With access to I-81, Rt. 340, WV-9 and a MARC train station, your commute to nearby Berkeley and its surrounding counties is a breeze. Cities like Frederick, MD, and Leesburg, VA, are just 50 and 45 minutes away respectively, while Harpers Ferry, WV; Winchester, VA; and Hagerstown, MD are each within a half hour’s drive. This central location opens up the range of government, healthcare and manufacturing positions that continue to grow in and around Martinsburg.
Enjoying Martinsburg, WV
There’s no shortage of things to do on the weekend in and around Martinsburg, WV. New homes are being built minutes away from this small town’s shops and restaurants. Just along I-81 you will find a shopping complex with a Walmart, Target, Food Lion, Applebee’s and Regal Cinemas, with even more to enjoy in nearby Shepherdstown and Charles Town. The Downtown Martinsburg Historic District has unique boutiques and eateries in addition to a thriving nightlife. You could grab a drink at neighborhood bars like the Palace Lounge and Bourbon Brew House, or perhaps catch a show at the Apollo Civic Theatre and Wonderment Puppet Theatre. Main Street also hosts a number of the town’s yearly events, including the Annual Chocolate Fest and Book Faire, where prizes are given out for unique cupcakes.
You could explore the city’s history and natural surroundings during your weekends in Martinsburg. The Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) Railroad is the biggest of these historic stops. Centered around the B&O Roundhouse, this district was originally used for industrial production of engines in the 1840s. It’s now open to tours and can be rented out for events with its rustic industrial setting. Historic homes Belle Boyd and Adam Stephen House are also worth a visit. For outdoor fun, take in the sunshine from any of the town’s numerous parks. Ambrose Park is perfect for a picnic or cookout, while P.O. Faulkner Park has several tennis courts and a baseball field for a bit of practice. The War Memorial Park is where you’ll find Martinsburg’s yearly June Jubilee, complete with an arts and crafts festival in addition to shows for custom cars and antiques. You will always find more to love when you immerse yourself in Martinsburg.
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