In the scenic Jefferson County of West Virginia, you will find a remarkable town named Shepherdstown. Shepherdstown is the oldest town in the state and in addition to boasting a plethora of historical points of interest, it also has great shopping opportunities and exquisite dining options. Nestled in the lower Shenandoah Valley, Shepherdstown is in close proximity to both the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers. This close proximity gives residents of the area easy access to an abundance of recreational options including swimming, kayaking, fishing and tubing at either of the nearby rivers.
Only 90 minutes from the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area, Shepherdstown is a great place to buy a home if you desire to live in a smaller town but want to be close to the big city and all of its amenities. Students in Shepherdstown are served by the Jefferson County School District which oversees 16 schools, all of which are highly rated. This charming small town is also a great choice for prospective homebuyers that plan to commute. Shepherdstown is only 25 minutes from Hagerstown, Maryland; 45 minutes from Frederick, Maryland; 50 minutes from Leesburg, Virginia; 80 miles from Baltimore, Maryland; and 70 miles from Washington, D.C.
Within the charming town of Shepherdstown you will find many great communities with diverse real estate options. One of the most noteworthy is Colonial Hills. Colonial Hills is home to both single family homes and townhomes in the 25443 zip code. Should you choose to buy a home in Colonial Hills you will be strategically located to enjoy all the great galleries and museums, history, architecture, culture and theatre Shepherdstown has to offer. The MARC train is just minutes from Colonial Hills, making the community ideal for commuters. Colonial Hills is also in close proximity to Shepherd University. Homes for sale in Colonial Hills of Shepherdstown, West Virginia, vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, style, location and special features.
If you would like to buy a home in Colonial Hills of Shepherdstown, West Virginia, or if you have questions regarding other real estate options in Jefferson County, please do not hesitate to contact us today.