Would you like information on the Homes for Sale in Deerfield Village? Shepherdstown, West Virginia is the oldest town in the state, and a place with abundant cultural and historical points of interest. Nestled in the lower Shenandoah Valley, Shepherdstown is just 90 minutes from the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area, along the Potomac River. Home to Shepherd University, this remarkable town has excellent educational opportunities for students of all ages. The Jefferson County School District oversees the schools in the area, which are all highly rated. With its close proximity to the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, residents of Shepherdstown also enjoy an abundance of recreational options including swimming, kayaking, tubing and fishing.
There are many buildings and sites in Shepherdstown that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Shepherdstown residents also enjoy close proximity to great shopping and exquisite dining options at places like The Press Room, Bistro 112, the Green Pineapple, the award-winning Bavarian Inn and the Shepherdstown Sweet Shop Bakery. Shepherdstown is a great place for commuters to buy a home. Hagerstown, Maryland is only 25 minutes away; Frederick, Maryland is only 45 minutes away; and Leesburg, Virginia is only 50 minutes away from Shepherdstown.
In addition to all of these great features, Shepherdstown, West Virginia is also home to some remarkable communities and subdivisions with impressive real estate options. Deerfield Village is one of those communities. Deerfield Village is a community of luxurious single family homes designed by nationally recognized, award-winning home builder Brookfield Homes. Each home in this beautiful community is situated on a ¼ acre lot in a picturesque apple orchard setting. Homes in Deerfield Village can have up to 5,800 square feet of living space, and vary in price depending upon the property’s size, age, location and special features. Many homes in Deerfield Village have mountain views, that can be easily enjoyed by all residents as they stroll along the walking paths throughout the community.