Three bedroom townhome style condo within walking distance to shops and dining. Perfect location for commuting/close to multiple commuter routes while still maintaining ...
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Living in small town Virginia offers lots of charm and beauty, and Gainesville is one of the best places to find these. The quaint town has just under 12,000 residents, which means residents have all the amenities they want for day-to-day life, but don't have to deal with the fast pace of bigger cities. On average, the residents of Gainesville have a higher income than the state average, so living here means having nice parks, clean streets, beautiful real estate, and good local schools.
While Gainesville has many elementary and middle schools, Battlefield High School in nearby Haymarket serves the older children. This school is known for the many sports and clubs it offers, as well as the emphasis it places on advanced computer literacy and skills. Battlefield High School is known for offering students a complete and well-rounded education.
Residents of Gainesville and the surrounding area have lots of options when it comes to recreation activities for any age. The nearby Winery at La Grange offers adults beautiful mountain views while they sip wine and enjoy live music performances on the patio during the summer months. Similarly, a brewery located nearby called Old Busted Head gives tours, hosts live performances, and allows people to gather and enjoy a drink together.
Activities for children and the whole family are also abound in the Gainesville area. There is a paintball park, golf, a popular shopping street, and numerous mountain trails in the area. People in Virginia love being outdoors and taking in the scenic beauty, so the many trails and hikes are a draw for most residents in the area.
There is no shortage of real estate in Gainesville. Many houses, condos, and town homes are currently on the market, with prices that come in below the average in the state of Virginia. The prices range from the high $100,000's up to the high $800,000's for more luxurious properties. There are options for single people or families on a wide variety of budgets.