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Nicknamed “America’s Most Historic City,” Fredericksburg is home to a legacy of historical significance with a beautiful river view. Sitting on the banks of the Rappahannock River, Fredericksburg was once a prominent port in Virginia during the colonial era and persists as a travel destination. Located roughly halfway between Richmond and Washington, D.C., Fredericksburg land and farms offer attractive locations for professionals seeking affordable homes in a more rural atmosphere. The tourism industry attracts 1.5 million people to Fredericksburg annually to visit its museums, galleries, historical sites, and boutiques. Other major industries include higher education, healthcare, and insurance. Top employers include the University of Mary Washington, Mary Washington Healthcare, and GEICO. I-95 connects the city to Richmond and Washington, D.C. and Virginia Railway Express offers an express commuter service to the nation’s capital. Amtrak offers long-distance rail service departing the Fredericksburg train station, and Reagan National and Dulles International airports provide passenger and cargo flights.
Land and farms in Fredericksburg, Virginia offer historic properties, estates of all sizes and price ranges, riverfront land, farmland, and commercial and recreational land. Fredericksburg maintains several major retail centers and industrial parks, while the city’s Economic Development office offers aid in planning and development to business developers within the city. Fredericksburg, Virginia land and farms have access to urban amenities with rural views. You can head to downtown Fredericksburg to take in a show, eat at one of the city’s many highly rated restaurants, get a drink at one of the city’s breweries, or visit a historic site or museum. To get outside, the city’s Parks and Recreation Department maintains over a dozen parks, the public Buffett Pool, and several walking and biking paths, including the Virginia Central Railway Trail, which extends 2.7 miles through the idyllic Alum Spring park.
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