Old Dominion Realty specializes in real estate in western West Virginia and eastern/central Virginia from Franklin, WV to Moorefield WV, to Harrisonburg, VA, to Staunton, VA, to Rockingham, VA and the surrounding communities. View more information on the West Virginia and Virginia areas that Old Dominion Realty services.
Augusta County is a county in northwestern Virginia. According to 2006 estimates, Augusta County has a population of approximately 71,000 people. The Augusta County Public Schools services the students of Augusta County. Within the boundaries of Augusta are two independent cities: Staunton and Waynesboro. While the cities are independent both legally and politically, Staunton is the county seat. There are two towns in Augusta, Craigsville and Grottoes, as well as a number of communities such as Crimora, Mount Sidney, and Verona.
Bridgewater, Virginia is located in Rockingham County, part of the Shenandoah Valley. According to the 2000 census, Bridgewater has a population of approximately 5,200 people and occupies 2.4 square miles. Bridgewater is serviced by the Rockingham County Public Schools and is also home to Bridgewater College. Bridgewater is close to Dayton, Mt. Crawford, and Montezuma.
Broadway, Virginia is a small town in Rockingham County with a population of approximately 2,200, according to the 2000 census. Broadway occupies 1.8 square miles and has two parks: Broadway Community Park and Heritage Park. Broadway’s parks provide areas of recreation for gatherings, swimming, and sports. Broadway is part of the Shenandoah Valley and is about 12 miles north of Harrisonburg and is near Mt. Jackson, New Market, Shenandoah, and Singers Glen.
Charlottesville, Virginia is an independent city with a population of approximately 41,000, according to a 2004 estimate, and is the county seat of Albemarle County. Charlottesville is the home of President Thomas Jefferson’s famous Monticello home as well as the University of Virginia. Charlottesville was ranked in 2004 as the best place to live in the U.S. Located along the Rivanna River, Charlottesville takes up 10.3 square miles. Charlottesville is about 73 miles northwest of Richmond and 116 miles southwest of Washington DC.
Crimora, Virginia is in Augusta County. Crimora is a small area with a population of approximately 2,000, according to the 2000 census; Crimora takes up 3.1 square miles. Crimora’s most notable landmark is Turk Mountain and a large boulder which is reached by foot from The Appalachian Trail and Shenandoah National Park. Crimora is a short distance from Grottoes, Waynesboro, Staunton, and Charlottesville.
Dayton, Virginia is in Rockingham County. Dayton has a population of approximately 1,300, according to the 2000 census. Dayton occupies .8 square miles. Areas close to Dayton include Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, Montezuma, Pleasant Valley, and Mt. Crawford.
Elkton, Virginia is a town in Rockingham County with a population of approximately 2,200, according to the 2000 census. Elkton occupies 1.4 square miles and is found along the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. Elkton was known as Conrad’s Store until the years following the Civil War when it was re-christened. Elkton is home of the Miller-Kite House, headquarters to General Stonewall Jackson, and serves as a landmark and museum; tales of ghostly activity have been reported in the house. Elkton is close to Greenwood, Shenandoah, Port Republic, and Standardsville.
Franklin, West Virginia is a town in the county of Pendleton. According to the 2000 census, Franklin has a population of approximately 800 people. Franklin occupies .5 square miles. Franklin is close to Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area to the west, and George Washington National Forest to the east. Areas close to Franklin include Brandywine, Fort Seybert, Onego, Monkeytown, Riverton, Circleville, and Sugar Grove.
Grottoes, Virginia is a town that is split between two counties; the majority of Grottoes is found in Rockingham County and the remainder is in Augusta County. Grottoes has a population of approximately 2,100 people, according to the 2000 census. Grottoes is close to Grand Caverns and Shenandoah National Park as well as Port Republic and Weyers Cave.
Harrisonburg, Virginia is an independent city and the county seat of Rockingham County. According to the 2000 census, Harrisonburg has a population of approximately 44,000 people and occupies 17.6 square miles. Harrisonburg is home to James Madison University and Eastern Mennonite University. Children in Harrisonburg are serviced by the Harrisonburg City Public Schools, Eastern Mennonite School, or Redeemer Classical School. Harrisonburg is close to George Washington National Forest as well as Montezuma, Dayton, Bridgewater, Mt. Crawford, Penn Laird, Keezletown, and Massanutten.
Luray, Virginia is the county seat of Page County. According to the 2000 census, Luray is home to approximately 4,900 people and occupies 4.7 square miles. Headquarters to the Shenandoah National Park, Luray is also home to the Luray Caverns which draws a half million visitors each year to take in the naturally-formed wonders. Luray is comprised of several distinct neighborhoods which residents identify with. Luray is south of Rileyville along U.S. Route 340 and north of Stanley.
McGaheyesville, Virginia is a community in Rockingham County. Found along U.S. Route 33, between Massanutten and Shenandoah National Park, McGaheysville provides easy access to lots of outdoor recreational activities and is home to Stumps Old Town Antiques. McGaheysville has a volunteer fire department which has been helping the community since 1965.
Moorefield, West Virginia is the county seat of Hardy County. According to the 2000 census, Moorefield has a population of approximately 2,400 people and occupies 1.6 square miles. Moorefield is situated at the convergence of the South Fork South Branch Potomac River and the South Branch Potomac River. Areas close to Moorefield include Petersburg, Purgitsville, McNeill, and Lahmansville.
Mount Crawford, Virginia is in Rockingham County; according to the 2000 census, Mount Crawford has a population of approximately 250 people and occupies .4 square miles. Mount Crawford has easy access to Interstate 81 which puts it 10.5 miles south-southwest of Harrisonburg. Other areas near Mt. Crawford include Bridgewater, Dayton, Pleasant Valley, and Weyers Cave.
Mount Sidney, Virginia is in Augusta County. Mount Sidney is sometimes referred to as “Ten-Mile Stage.” Mount Sidney has a population of approximately 1,900 people. Areas closest to Mount Sidney include Fort Defiance, Weyers Cave, and Verona.
New Market, Virginia is a town in Shenandoah County; according to the 2000 census, New Market has a population of approximately 1,600 people and occupies 2 square miles. New Market is on the western edge of the George Washington National Forest and is close to Locust Grove, Quicksburg, Mt. Jackson, Timberville, and Broadway.
Penn Laird, Virginia is an unincorporated community in Rockingham County. Penn Laird is about 6 miles southeast of Harrisonburg along U.S. Route 33. Other areas close to Penn Laird include Keezletown, Elkton, Greenwood, Port Republic, Weyers Cave, Pleasant Valley, and Mt. Crawford.
Petersburg, West Virginia is a city in the county of Grant, and is the county seat of Grant. According to the 2000 census, Petersburg has a population of approximately 2,400 people. Petersburg occupies 1.6 square miles. Areas close to Petersburg include Moorefield, Lahmansville, Maysville, Milam, and the Spruce Knobs-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
Shenandoah, Virginia, is a town in Page County. Shenandoah has a population of approximately 1,900, according to the 2000 census, and occupies 1.4 square miles. The town of Shenandoah is approximately 8 miles west of Shenandoah National Park and is located between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Massanutten Ridge, along the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. The areas closest Shenandoah include Greenwood, Elkton, McGaheysville, New Market, Stanley, and Luray.
Stanley, Virginia is a small town in Page County with a population of approximately 1,300 according to the 2000 census; Stanley occupies 1.1 square miles. Stanley is in the Shenandoah Valley area and is close to Luray, Shenandoah, New Market, and Syria.
Staunton, Virginia is an independent city as well as the county seat of Augusta County. Staunton has a population of approximately 24,000 people, according to the 2000 census. Staunton is home to five different historic districts, to many buildings with Federal and Greek Revival architecture styles, to Mary Baldwin College, to the American Shakespeare Center, and is the birthplace of President Woodrow Wilson. Staunton has three large parks: Gypsy Hill Park, Montgomery Park, and Betsy Bell Park. Staunton is about 30 miles south of Harrisonburg and 40 miles west of Charlottesville.
Timberville, Pennsylvania is a town in the county of Rockingham. According to the 2000 census, Timberville has a population of approximately 1,700 people and occupies .9 square miles. Timberville is cut in two by the North Fork of the Shenandoah River which runs west to east. Because of the Shenandoah River, a bridge had to be constructed to join the halves of the town, Timberville is well noted for its covered bridge, there have been at least five in Timberville’s history. Areas closest to Timberville include Broadway, New Market, Quicksburg, Locust Grove, Fulks Run, and Singers Glen.
Verona, Virginia is an area in August County. Verona has a population of approximately 3,600, according to the 2000 census, and occupies 7 square miles. Verona is about 5.5 miles northeast of Staunton, and is also close to Fort Defiance, Mount Sidney, New Hope, and Crimora.
Waynesboro, Virginia is an independent city within the county of Augusta. Waynesboro has a population of approximately 19,500, according to the 2000 census, and occupies 15.4 square miles. Primary education in Waynesboro is provided by the Waynesboro City Public Schools; Waynesboro is also home to the Fishburne Military School. Waynesboro is about 12 miles east-southeast of Staunton and 32 miles west of Charlottesville.
Weyers Cave, Virginia is an area in Augusta County with a population of approximately 1,200, according to the 2000 census, and occupies 6.6 square miles. Weyers Cave is the home of the first chapter of the Future Farmers of America, originally Future Farms of Virginia. Weyers Cave is close to the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, Shenandoah National Park, Grottoes, Mount Sidney, Fort Defiance, Verona, Mount Crawford, and Bridgewater.
Woodstock, Virginia is a town in the county of Shenandoah as well as the county seat of Shenandoah County. Woodstock has a population of approximately 4,000, according to the 2000 census, and occupies 3.2 square miles. Woodstock is home to the Massanutten Military Academy and national headquarters of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Woodstock is approximately 35 miles from Harrisonburg and 30 miles from Winchester.