Living in Martinsburg, WV

With its central location and historic buildings, Martinsburg, West Virginia, has played a major role in the Mountain State's colorful history. Today, the city is still a cultural hub, boasting centuries-old architecture and a thriving downtown area. Martinsburg, WV, founded in 1778 and named after Colonel Thomas Bryan Martin, is known for its small-town hospitality, vast green spaces, and big-name employers.

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Things to Do in Martinsburg

Martinsburg's historic downtown area is the community's beating heart, full of boutique stores, restaurants, and bustling bars. Main Street Martinsburg intersects downtown and is lined with 19th-century buildings in the Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, and Italianate architectural styles. Here, independent craft stores share sidewalk space with florists and beauty parlors. If you want a bite to eat after work, pull up a chair at one of the many grills that serve hearty food with a local flavor.

Built in 1913, theApollo Civic Theatre is just around the corner from Main Street. The historic auditorium hosts talent shows, beauty pageants, and magnificent musicals. 15 miles away, Charles Town is another historic West Virginia town, home to the Old Opera House, a restored theater that dates back to 1911.

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Martinsburg Real Estate

Single-family homes, apartments, and townhomes are just some of theMartinsburg real estate options. Workers are attracted to the neighborhood because of its proximity to federal government employers, such as the U.S. Coast Guard Operations Systems Center, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms, and Explosives, and the Internal Revenue Service. Large Queen Anne-style properties with bay windows and turrets are among the high-end homes for sale in Martinsburg, West Virginia.

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Transportation and Travel in Martinsburg

Local bus services will transport you to private employers in and around the Martinsburg neighborhood If you're traveling further afield, Amtrak runs daily service from Martinsburg, West Virginia, to Washington, D.C., and Chicago on the Capitol Limited line. Board the train at the city's railway station on East Martin Street. Alternatively, on weekdays catch the Maryland Rail Commuter to D.C., home to major employers such as Science Applications International Corp. and Verizon. If you prefer to explore the local area by car, Martinsburg, West Virginia, is right on Interstate 81, which serves Hagerstown, Maryland, to the north and the historic city of Winchester, Virginia to the south.


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  • With its quaint boutique shops, downtown Martinsburg is a shopaholic’s dream come true. Restaurants and bars offer delectable dining options to help replenish your energy after a day full of shopping.
  • Lovers of the performing arts head to the Apollo Civic Theatre, a historic auditorium that hosts a variety of products, including talent shows, beauty pageants, and musicals.
  • For a night out on the town, a short 15-minute drive takes you to Charles Town, where you will find Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, featuring Vegas-style games, top-notch dining options, and live entertainment.

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Martinsburg Real Estate at a Glance

  • 247 Homes Sold*
  • 103 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $209,900 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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