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Staunton, VA Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Staunton - Living In Shenandoah's Queen City

Living in Staunton offers unique benefits that can be challenging to find outside of Augusta County. With a combination of attractive outdoor destinations to watch a sunset or enjoy a nice day outside, top of the line cuisine, and a wealth of history for residents to spend time exploring, Staunton truly lives up to its nickname: “The Queen City of the Shenandoah Valley.” Staunton Virginia real estate will be a great fit for the type of person that likes adventure, new experiences, and has an appreciation for history.

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Spending Time Outdoors in Staunton

The city of Staunton itself is home to the Gypsy Hill Golf Club and a number of public parks, including Montgomery Hall and Betsy Bell. Outside of Staunton proper, residents can enjoy the wonders of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, which have 40 different species of trees, 200 species of birds, and 60 species of mammals. Walnut Hills Campground offers a variety of cabins and RV sites as well as group picnic areas, hay wagon rides, and fishing.

Staunton’s Historical Significance

Not only is Staunton home to some fun outdoor activities, it also has a great historical significance. Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, was born in Staunton in 1856. The town is also home to many historical markers including Trinity Church, where the Virginia General Assembly met in June of 1781 to prevent confrontation from the British Raiders, as well as the Virginia School For The Deaf And Blind, a state school founded in 1838. Staunton Virginia real estate also offers easy access to top quality museums, such as the Antique Fire Engine Museum or the Camera Heritage Museum, the biggest privately-owned camera museum on the East Coast that is free of charge to access.

Delicious Dining

Staunton Virginia real estate is in close proximity to some of the best dining options in the Shenandoah Valley. Emilio’s Italian Restaurant provides authentic Italian cuisine and live entertainment at a reasonable price. The Clocktower Restaurant & Bar offers a great selection of sandwiches, paninis, desserts, and more. Those with exotic tastes may prefer the Hibachi grill style of Hassaki or the European flair offered at Aioli Mediterranean Tapas.

Old Dominion Realty for Information about Living in Staunton, Virginia

Staunton is a city with something for everyone. To pick the perfect Staunton Virginia real estate, contact Old Dominion Realty. The specialists at Old Dominion pride themselves on matching people with the right Staunton property.