The town of Edinburg is located in central Shenandoah County. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this quaint and historic town offers residents a small-town feel. With its beautiful Victorian homes and distinctive architecture, the area has managed to retain much of its 19th-century charm.
Here, you'll find plenty of antique stores, family-owned restaurants, art galleries, and gift shops. With low crime rates and a cozy, quiet vibe, Edinburg is an excellent place to call home. Start shopping for homes for sale in Edinburg, VA.
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With a population of just 1,337, Edinburg is ideal for those who enjoy small-town living. Demographics here are mostly white (94.6%) and Hispanic (10.9%). The median age is 37, and most residents tend to lean conservative.
The median home value in Edinburg is $160,000. Fifty-eight percent of residents own their homes and those who don't pay an average monthly rent of $618. Crime rates are 65 percent lower than the U.S. average and 52 percent lower than the state of Virginia. Browse the newest real estate listings in Edinburg, VA.
Edinburg has a 75 percent high school graduation rate. The area's top public schools include Central High School, Peter Muhlenberg Middle School, and W.W. Robinson Elementary School. Find homes in Edinburg by school district.
The average household income in Edinburg is $39,271 and the average per capita income is $20,786. The cost of living is 7 percent lower than the national average. The most common industries are food services, construction, healthcare, and educational services.
During the summer, locals enjoy spending time at the public park and pool areas where they enjoy tennis courts, playgrounds, a ball field, and a basketball court. Other local attractions include the Shenandoah Valley Cultural Heritage Museum at Edinburg Mill, Theater Shenandoah, Heritage Mill Wines, and The Edinburg Mill Restaurant.
During the third weekend of September every year, the town proudly hosts the Edinburg Ole’ Time Festival. It also holds the honor of being home to the county's tallest live Christmas tree, which holds over 5,000 lights. They host an annual holiday celebration on the first Thursday of December. Edinburg is also close to other popular attractions including the Shenandoah Wine Trail, Shenandoah Spirits Trail, and Bryce Resort.
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