A relatively small city, Charles Town, West Virginia is home to around 5,957 residents in historic Jefferson County. Nestled between southern Maryland and northern Virginia, inland from the Chesapeake Bay, along the Potomac River, this remarkable city is found in the 25414 zip code. Charles Town is a great option for homebuyers desiring to live in a small town with easy access to big city amenities in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria metro area.
Charles Town is home to four constituent neighborhoods and several other unincorporated communities. Among its most noteworthy neighborhoods is Spruce Hill and its sister community, Spruce Hill North. Spruce Hill is home to numerous single family homes, each resting on a one acre home site. Along with Spruce Hill North, the two have over 100 homes, and are conveniently located within walking distance of the local elementary school and Washington High School.
Residents of Spruce Hill enjoy easy access to I-270 and the MARC Train which make commuting a breeze. Homes for sale in Spruce Hill vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, style, location and special features. The median home price in Charles Town is around $270,000, That said, there are more expansive and luxurious properties found in Charles Town, some costing as much as $2.8 million. Homes in Spruce Hill have a median price of about $432,000 in 2018.