Living in Warrenton, VA

Cozy Warrenton, Virginia, is four square miles of small-town charm located just 47 miles from Washington, D.C. The town and surrounding neighborhoods are the epicenter of Virginia's horse country, and the locals embrace this, as well as the long history and natural beauty of horse shows and organized hunts that date back as far as 1883. The Old Town portion of Warrenton is like stepping back in time, as residents mingle not only with each other, but also with the town's history as they chat in the shadows of buildings that have stood for hundreds of years.

street corner with flower shop in Warrenton, VA

Things to Do

Living in Warrenton, VA, and among its idyllic surroundings, you have no choice but to celebrate the natural splendor and history that lurks around every corner. Those who like to get out and explore their surroundings are rewarded when visiting Rady Park, as well as finding the freshest fruit, veggies, and other goodies at the farmer's market, which is now in its 40th season. Even though the town may not have the nightlife found in nearby D.C., there are plenty of opportunities to appreciate locally made libations at any of the town's Irish pubs or other watering holes.

The best way to truly be immersed in the local history is to stroll aroundOld Town Warrenton. There are properties for sale in Warrenton just mere blocks from the historic town center, which contains houses and businesses dating as far back as the mid-18th century—the old jail and the courthouse are just a few of the highlights. To get a taste of Warrenton, head to one of the area's many wineries to sample some of the local-made reds and whites. Vineyards and wineries in the outer Warrenton neighborhoods, like New Baltimore and Opal, give Napa and Sonoma a run for their money. The Fauquier County Wine Trail will lead you to the wineries of Warrenton and beyond.

Woman crossing street in Warrenton, VA

Warrenton Housing

Warrenton real estate consists mostly of single-family homes, but homes vary greatly in size. The closer to the city center the homes are, the larger they tend to be, lying on spacious lots with multi-car garages and large porches. There are also more affordable options for living in Warrenton, such as apartments and row homes. Though it may appear unassuming, Warrenton, VA, has plenty to offer those who are lucky enough to call it home—and those who are about to call it home.


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  • Old Town Warrenton is home to many historical buildings and artifacts that’s sure to please even the most knowledgeable history buff, including an old jail and courthouse building.
  • For the freshest foods and produce, health conscious consumers swing by the Warrenton Farmer’s Market, going strong for 40 seasons.
  • Wine lovers follow the Fauquier County Wine Trail in search of the next great bottle of red or white wine in Warrenton and beyond.

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Warrenton Real Estate at a Glance

  • 103 Homes Sold*
  • 98 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $456,500 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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