Originally surveyed by none other than George Washington, the town of Culpeper is rich in history. In fact, the neighborhood played an important part in both the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Residents spend their free time watching a show at the State Theatre of Culpeper or taking a tour of the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center. Once hunger strikes, a variety of cuisines are available to satisfy almost any craving that the 15,000 residents of the city may have. There's everything from Mediterranean to Mexican to old-world European dishes. Let's not forget the quaint cafes that provide a more intimate atmosphere.

Although Culpeper, Virginia, is a smaller town that measures just 6.8 square miles, it is both charming and friendly. Historic Colonial and Victorian homes line the neighborhood, and the streets are easily walkable. During a stroll through the area you'll come across cute little shops, delightful restaurants and cafes, and several art galleries. Homebuyers will find single-family homes with two to five bedrooms are common as well as plenty of space in the well-manicured yards.

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