In 1871, developers began construction of Paeonian Springs. The new town was finally established in 1890 and advertised as a resort town for those living in Washington, D.C. It quickly became a well-known spot for people who wanted to escape the hot summers and was known for its excellent water, mountain air, and magnificent scenery. The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad played an essential role in Paeonian Springs’ growth and development for the first five decades, making eight stops a day. By the turn of the century, the small resort town had accumulated a few hotels, a thriving downtown area, a village green, a boardwalk, numerous shops. Today, the city is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Paeonian Springs Historic District is one of the most unique places in the town and comprises 58 structures, some of which include Buckhill III, Shiflett House, and the Vanderventer Inn. Many of the structures date from the 1880s to the turn of the 20th century.
They say Virginia is for lovers. It may be that Virginia is for lovers of wine since there are numerous wineries in the state. The Paeonian Springs area is home to a number of these wineries. One example is Hunters Run Winery and Tasting Barn located at 40325 Charles Town Pike in Hamilton that features sizeable equestrian-themed bar serving a wide range of wines and other liquors. Then there are The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards located at 16804 Hamilton Station Road, also in Hamilton. It’s surrounded by ten acres and features a restored old stone barn. This winery offers plenty of places to sit back, relax, and enjoy a glass of locally made wine. If you’re looking for something more, you have Washington, D.C. only one hour away via VA-267 East featuring famous attractions such as the Chevy Chase Pavilion, a chic and well-polished shopping center with big-name anchor stores such as Old Navy, H&M, J.Crew, World Market, and Starbucks. Chevy Chase Pavilion also has a luxurious Embassy Suites. Another alluring aspect of living near the D.C. area is all of the historical sites like the International Spy Museum located at 800 F St NW and Building Zone located at 401 F St NW in Washington D.C., which is an excellent place for the entire family, especially children who love spy gadgets.
Paeonian Springs offers various single-family home plans that include French Country, Craftsman, Country, Bungalow, Shingle, Ranch, Traditional, Tudor, Northwestern, Prairie, Colonial, among others. All properties for sale in Paeonian Springs differ in style depending on the architect and builder involved. Furthermore, Paeonian Springs homes offer an assortment of unique features that include mahogany wood trim, high-end appliances, wine cellars, lower-level entertainment areas, swimming pools, hot tubs, and wet bars. Available houses in Paeonian Springs vary in size from three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,588 square feet to seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and 8,689 square feet. Additionally, there is an excellent selection of apartments and condominiums on the market in Paeonian Springs offering different kinds of amenities. The same thing applies to townhomes for sale in Paeonian Springs, including pre-owned and newly constructed models. Planning on building a custom home of your choice or want to build an investment property here? You can find plenty of lots for sale in Paeonian Springs as well. Real estate in the D.C. area sells fast, so please don’t hesitate to contact us today so we may assist you.
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