Originally founded back in 1786, Charles Town, West Virginia is a truly remarkable city and the county seat of historic Jefferson County. Served by the Jefferson County School District, Charles Town is home to around 5,516 residents in the 25414 zip code. Nestled along the Potomac River, inland from Chesapeake Bay, Charles Town sits between northern Virginia and southern Maryland. Residents of Charles Town enjoy its close proximity to other popular destinations. For example, Charles Town is only 75 miles from Baltimore, Maryland and 60 miles from Washington, D.C. Charles Town is also only 35 minutes from Frederick, Maryland and Leesburg, Virginia.
Charles Town is home to four constituent communities and several other unincorporated communities and subdivisions. One of those noteworthy communities is known as Crosswinds. Crosswinds is a subdivision of around 150 single family homes. Homes in the Crosswinds subdivision are typically found on 0.15 acre lots. This family-friendly community is close to the Norborne-Glebe subdivision, as well as being conveniently close to Charles Town Middle School. Crosswinds is less than two miles away from downtown Charles Town, which affords residents easy access to great shopping and dining.
For homebuyers wanting to live outside the city but still have easy access to great shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation, Crosswinds in Charles Town, West Virginia is a wonderful place to buy a home. Homes for sale in Crosswinds vary depending upon the home’s size, age, architectural style, location and special features. The highest listing price for a home in Charles Town is in the ballpark of $2.8 million. The average listing price for a single family home in Charles Town is closer to $324,000.
If you would like more information regarding homes for sale in Crosswinds of Charles Town, West Virginia, or you have questions regarding real estate options in other Jefferson County communities, please do not hesitate to contact us today.