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Named after the nation’s third president, Jefferson County is located in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia and bounded by the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. Residents here always have outdoor activities on their to-do lists, from hiking and biking along the C & O Canal to boating and fishing along the rivers. Many of the early structures built in the 1800s still stand against the backdrop of the county’s beautiful natural scenery. Pristine examples of Victorian architecture are evident throughout this county where main streets take you back in time.

The Charles Town Races & Slots attracts people from all over the Mid-Atlantic every year. Historic Charles Town, the county seat, was recently designated as a Preserve America community by the White House. Cultural heritage is also seen in Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. Over at Jefferson Orchards, featuring 600 acres of fruit, you can pick your own peaches in the summer or apples in the fall.

With close proximity to Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, Jefferson County is the perfect location for your next home.

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Known as the gateway to the Shenandoah Valley, Berkeley County is the second oldest county in West Virginia. Many Civil War relics and historic buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries still stand in Berkeley County. War Memorial Park offers a variety of festivals and fairs throughout the year that celebrate the area’s heritage.
 
The Main Street program in Martinsburg, the county seat, has attracted many new residents and businesses to the revitalized downtown area. The Arts Centre in Martinsburg hosts the popular West Virginia Wine and Arts Festival. The Apollo Civic Theatre opened in 1913 and continues to serve county residents and visitors with wonderful plays and musicals.
 
Berkeley County is growing and leads the state in population growth. The historical sites and festive events may initially attract people to the area, but the delightful people and rich cultural traditions bring visitors back to stay.
 
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Situated equal distance between the nation’s capital and Pittsburgh, Morgan County is the westernmost county in West Virginia’s panhandle region. Historical sites here include the Morgan County Public Library which is housed in a Victorian home built in the 1800s. Don’t let the county’s small town atmosphere fool you though. Many big city amenities are available in this charming area.
 
The county’s signature Ice House was built in 1910 as a storage facility. Today it is home to the Morgan Arts Council and attracts a variety of artists and community programs throughout the year. Morgan County is also home to Berkeley Springs, known for its natural springs and dubbed the country’s first spa. Over at Cacapon State Park, a golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones is a main attraction for residents and visitors alike.
 
Morgan County, located less than two hours from several major cities including Baltimore and Washington, D.C., offers the perfect balance of charm and convenience. A low crime rate and low real estate prices attract new residents to the area every year.
 
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Mineral County is situated in West Virginia’s Potomac Highlands, just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Minerals, timber, and other natural resources are plentiful in the area. Residents enjoy fishing along the Potomac River in the summer and skiing in the winter.
 
Mineral County has several unique attractions. Jennings Randolph Lake is home to the distinctively pattered “waffle rock.” Just off Route 50 locals have a clear view of a mountain that dips in the middle and is aptly called Saddle Mountain. Nearby Blackwater Falls, named for its dark water, is a popular destination for outdoor photographers. Mineral County is also home to Fort Ashby, the only remaining structure in a chain of forts established by George Washington in West Virginia.
 
Education is important in Mineral County. The public school system has a very low dropout rate, and Potomac State College of West Virginia University offers a small college atmosphere with the prestige of a larger university.
 
Whether you are searching for your first home or your dream home, Mineral County has something to offer every homebuyer.
 
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