Located near the city of Martinsburg, West Virginia is the remarkable subdivision known as The Vineyards. This brand new community contains quality craftsman inspired, single-family homes and provides residents with a safe and quiet neighborhood. However, there is no need to sacrifice convenience for peace when you buy a home at the Vineyards, as the neighborhood belongs to a city with over 17,300 residents, and easy access to Interstate 81, and as a result, access to Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland as well.
The City of Martinsburg is one of the fastest growing cities in the state of West Virginia, and is able to provide its residents with a stable economy and growing housing market. The current average home price of a new home at the Vineyards rests at a very affordable $190,000, making it a great investment for young couples and families.
The growth of cities in the Eastern Panhandle of Berkeley County ensures that shopping and dining avenues continue to expand, adding to the convenience of the included communities like the Vineyard. The revitalized Downtown of Martinsburg houses a varied collection of shops and restaurants, and community festivals and events provide entertainment for all ages. This region boasts an abundance of opportunity and vitality, and is a great place to buy a home.
If you would like more information about the community at the Vineyards, or you have questions regarding homes for sale in other Berkeley County communities, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!
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