Madison County Real Estate

Written by Serena Berger
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Madison County real estate is as fine as any in central Virginia. Offering something for every price range and a wide variety of tastes, Madison Country real estate is worth looking into. Both private homes and beautiful farms are the hallmarks of Madison County.

Madison County was formed in 1792 and named for the family of future president James Madison, who operated a mill at the site now known as Madison Mills. The county has had virtually no changes to its geography since then, except for the establishment of Shenandoah National Park. This world-famous landmark park now forms the western boundary of the county. A great deal of Madison County real estate gains value from the proximity of Shenandoah.

Geographical Features of Madison County Real Estate

The Hughes, the Robinson, the Rapidan, and the Conway Rivers all pass through Madison County. Fishing and riding along these riverbeds makes for a lovely pastime. The nearby Blue Ridge Mountains provide superb hiking and climbing.

Farms in Madison County are suitable for a number of crops or animals. Beef and dairy products and grains are two of the most common, and some properties are suitable for growing orchards. World-class wineries can be found on choice sections of Madison County real estate, as well as simple, cozy private homes.


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