Rappahannock County, Virginia Land Information
Along with the various outdoor attractions in Shenandoah National ParkÂ—intersected by the scenic curves of Skyline DriveÂ—Rappahannock County is home to a number of welcoming wineries, craft breweries, B&Bs and more. Notably, the town of Sperryville hosts the charming Hopkins Ordinary Bed & Breakfast, a five-room Southern-style B&B with its own alehouse in the basement. Sharp Rock Vineyards is a bucolic family-run farm and vineyard alongside the Hughes River that welcomes hikers near the trailhead for Old Rag, itself one of the area’s most popular and spectacular hikes. About 5,300 acres of land were listed for sale in Rappahannock County recently, representing approximately $92 million in Rappahannock County land
and rural real estate for sale. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, there was a six percent change compared to April based on the number of Rappahannock County land and property listings for sale. Rappahannock County is the 81st largest county (267 square miles) in Virginia. Rappahannock County is in the Northern Virginia region of Virginia. Based on its natural assets, Rappahannock County's economy is dependent on tourism and recreation. Crops like wheat and hay are the main focus of farms located in Rappahannock County. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in Virginia
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