Charlottesville – One of the best kept secrets in Virginia!

This is one of the best kept secrets in Virginia. If you went to the University of Virginia or just passed though our city, you felt the impact. Charlottesville Virginia is located just east of the Blue Ridge mountains in central Virginia. With incredible mountain views, about 45 minutes to skiing and just a few hours to the eastern seaboard.
We are located where Thomas Jefferson decided to build his home, Monticello, a must see when touring Charlottesville.
The University of Virginia, founded in 1819 by Jefferson is in the heart of Charlottesville. Ex-presidents, Madison and Monroe also made their homes nearby.
The city of Charlottesville has a population of approximately 40 thousand which is why we have the feel of a small town. However, we also have the amenities of a big city. We have theaters, art museums and even big name shows that come to Charlottesville.
Our downtown mall is a walking brick lined mall with shops, ice skating and an outdoor theater for weekly events!
Many visitors enjoy the wineries and top off their visit with a breath-taking hot air balloon ride!
Come visit us and see why Charlottesville Virginia Real Estate is so highly rated as a preferred place to live in America.
Visit http://www.real-estate-charlottesville.com/ for new homes. For the latest in New Construction Homes visit http://www.myhomecharlottesville.com/.
For information on homes, the area and events visit My Charlottesville BLOG and enjoy my sites!
Your Broker/Agent in Charlottesville, Virginia,
Charles McDonald

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