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Fauquier County, Virginia Real Estate

Residents of Fauquier County are lucky to live in a friendly community with a wide variety of real estate options. Colonial-style homes, ranch-style mansions, and contemporary townhomes are found throughout this affluent community.

The average price of a three-bedroom, two-bathroom single-family home in Fauquier County is $600,000. Many of these homes are newly renovated with updated ceramic bathrooms, new state of the art kitchen appliances, brick raised hearth fireplaces, central heating, spacious porches, and wood floors. Luxurious mansions are also quite popular in Fauquier County and buyers can expect the average price for a five-bedroom, four-bathroom luxury home to range from $3 million-$5 million.

Interested homebuyers will be pleased to note that Fauquier County also offers a fine selection of contemporary townhomes for purchase. Perfect for a young couple, empty nesters, or professionals, Fauquier County's townhomes are priced starting from $250,000. Many properties feature updated amenities, such as hardwood floors and central heating.
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Fauquier County Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Virginia

Surrounded by splendid wineries and horse farms, Fauquier County and its wonderful communities of Bealeton, Marshall, The Plains, Warrenton, and Delaplane are known for their serene beauty. Nestled along the beautiful rolling land of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Fauquier County is the ideal place to live, work and play. Fauquier County is located a short drive from the bustling metropolis of Washington, D.C, thus combining the excitement of living near a major city while residing in a family-friendly community.

Fauquier County was first discovered back in 1608 when Captain John Smith settled it as part of the Jamestown colony. During 1758 to 1768, Fauquier County was officially settled and named after Frances Fauquier, Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Virginia. As the years went on, Fauquier County grew into quite a booming community and has quite a number of notable residents. Fauquier County played a major role in the Civil War where a number of small battles took place.

Today, Fauquier County is known for its arts and cultural scene, as well as its strong ties to equestrian culture. The county is also known for its strong economy where businesses continue to thrive every day.

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