A relatively small city, Charles Town, West Virginia is home to around 5,516 residents in the 25414 zip code of Jefferson County. With a great deal of its real estate being new construction, the homes for sale in Charles Town are some of the most expensive in the state. The median home price in Charles Town is around $281,500, however home prices vary depending upon a number of factors including the property’s age, size, location, architectural style and special features.
Nestled between northern Virginia and southern Maryland, Charles Town rests along the Potomac River, inland from Chesapeake Bay. In addition to abundant natural beauty, Charles Town is home to four constituent neighborhoods and several other unincorporated communities and subdivisions. One of the most noteworthy communities in Charles Town is Norborne-Glebe. Norborne-Glebe is found on the Charles Town Route 340 Bypass. Homes in this remarkable community include colonial-style homes with varying floor plans by Arcadia Homes.
Norborne-Glebe is a very attractive community with open, tree-lined streets and easy access to major thoroughfares which make commuting easy. Great shopping, excellent dining, exciting entertainment and recreation are just minutes away from this family-friendly subdivision. Residents of Norborne-Glebe enjoy all of these advantages in addition to Charles Town’s low crime rate, excellent air quality and wonderful weather with an average summer temperature around 71 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you would like to buy a home in Norborne-Glebe of Charles Town, West Virginia, or you have questions regarding other real estate options in historic Jefferson County, please do not hesitate to contact us today for more information.