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Living in Central Virginia

Central Virginia is a triangular shaped region including the Shenandoah Valley and the east side of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This area encompasses cities and towns as Southwest as Roanoke, as North as Charlottesville and Fredericksburg and as Southeast as Petersburg and Southampton. The region's rivers and foothills, and the scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, make this part of Virginia an ideal place to live. The presence of Virginia's great historical figures and founders are felt all over which makes the area a very enriching place to live. With four distinct seasons, it is rare for this area to get extremely hot in the summer or very cold in the winter. Summers in the Richmond area are regularly humid, however; given the close proximity to Virginia Beach, and other local rivers and lakes, it is convenient to seek refreshment by the region's cool watersides.

In addition to the attractive climate and combination of coastal waters and rolling mountain hills, central Virginia has some of the least traffic times than other cities along the East Coast. With top ranked medical facilities, school systems, and a vast job market, this beautiful area in Virginia is a booming area to reside. Families who relocate to the area or professionals transferred here are extremely pleased.

Buying a Home in Central Virginia

With the combination of our current real estate market and economic state, buying a home may cause both anticipation and apprehension. However, the market is in favor of buyers and even first time home buyers are receiving a tax credit towards the purchase of a home. Therefore, buying a home right now is considered a smart move. Central Virginia is full of different regions and opportunities for real estate purchases. In addition to plenty of undeveloped land ready to be purchased to build a custom home. Since Virginia real estate as a whole is currently experiencing a buyer's market many people are taking the opportunity to seek out all the great options the area has to offer.

Virginia's unmatched mountain scenery, infinite outdoor entertainment options, lovely homes, friendly neighborhoods make for an ideal place to call home. Cities such as Richmond and Williamsburg offer the best in cosmopolitan living, but you can still find tranquility in the small villages, seaside towns and foothill communities.

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Lifestyle Builders is a leading home builder and developer of custom homes in Richmond, Virginia
Our homes are built in such neighborhoods and communities as Sanctuary at Watermill and Harpers Mill in Chesterfield County's Southside, Brickshire in New Kent County, Stone Mill in Henrico County's West End, Hawthorne Village in Midlothian's Charter Colony, Westlake at Millmount in historical Powhatan County, and many more admired regions throughout the Richmond area.

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This article was published on 2010/04/03