Welcome to our little corner of the world, a small piece of heaven and certainly one of the best places to live in the world. We admit to not being particularly objective in this matter, but one visit to Charlottesville, Virginia and you will agree with The New York Times article that extols Charlottesville as the place where “privacy is respected, where Southern gentility, even chivalry still thrives, and perhaps above all, where the land rolls away toward the mountains in the west with a beauty that snatches the breath at the top of each crest and the bottom of each vale.”
No matter what you’re looking for in a city, Charlottesville can exceed your highest expectations. Enjoy a polo match at King Family Vineyard in the afternoon then catch your favorite band at the Jefferson Theatre at night. Thinking about dinner? Explore the countless award winning restaurants that Charlottesville has to offer! It’s what we call home. Join us here for a tour of our diverse and charming community. We hope to see you soon for a more personalized journey into your future here in beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia.
Welcome to Charlottesville and Albemarle County
Along the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlottesville and Albemarle County offer a unique experience in a picturesque setting!
Delight in the finest restaurants, attend endless events, stroll the brick-lined Downtown Mall or taste fruits and vino at the 30+ local orchards and vineyards.
Nestled amid the foothills of the magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains and about a hundred miles South of Washington, D.C., the greater Charlottesville region offers visitors a thriving community and vanguard of arts and culture that’s both boldly innovative and grounded in rich tradition. Just beyond city lines, quiet rolling hills and family farms complement city life within Albemarle County’s more than 700 square miles of vibrant natural beauty, including Shenandoah National Park’s Skyline Drive and abundant history and heritage.
Thinking of moving to Charlottesville? View our agents’ relocation page to learn more about the transition.