Virginia Waterfront Homes for Sale


The history of America is closely tied to that of Virginia, particularly during the Colonial period, Jamestown, founded in 1607, was the first permanent English settlement in North America and slavery was introduced there in 1619. The state is called the “Mother of Presidents” because eight U.S. presidents were born there.

The climate of Virginia becomes increasingly warmer and more humid farther south and east. Seasonal extremes vary from average lows of 26 °F (−3 °C) in January to average highs of 86 °F (30 °C) in July. The Atlantic ocean has a strong effect on eastern and southeastern coastal areas of the State.

Virginia is divided into 95 counties and 39 independent cities, which both operate the same way since independent cities are considered to be county-equivalent. This method of treating cities and counties equally is unique to Virginia.

Fairfax County is the most populous locality in Virginia, with over one million residents. Neighboring Loudon County is both the fastest-growing county in Virginia and has the highest median household income ($114,204) in the USA as of 2010.  Virginia's economy is balanced, with diverse sources of income, including government and military, farming, and business. Virginia has 4.1 million civilian workers, and one-third of the jobs are in the service sector. The unemployment rate was 6.3% as of April 2011. Technology became the state's highest-grossing export in 2006, surpassing its traditional top exports of coal and tobacco combined.

Agriculture occupies 24% of the land in Virginia. As of 2007, about 357,000 Virginian jobs were in agriculture, with over 47,000 farms, averaging 171 acres (0.27 sq. mi.; 0.69 km2), in a total farmland area of 8.1 million acres (12,656 sq. mi.; 32,780 km2).

Providing horsepower in the fields and transportation for goods and people, horses were the backbone of the first Virginia Colonies. Today, the role of horses has changed dramatically, yet horses are still a vital economic factor. Some 700 equine events are held in Virginia each year, attracting over 800,000 participants and spectators who spend more than $167 million at these events. The average Virginia horse owner spends $2,969 per horse yearly. Horse owners spend $505 million in annual expenses and support approximately 20,000 jobs statewide.

2900 Feet of Waterfrontage on 25 Acres, Barn / Workshop, Boathouse, Pier, Lifts

Lanexa, New Kent County, Virginia

Jena Simpson , Long and Foster Real Estate

25.00 AC
3 BR
3.5 BA
3473 SQ FT
Spectacular Waterfront Luxury Penthouse offering Stunning Unparalleled Views !

Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Terri Abernethy , Shaheen Ruth Martin & Fonville

0.00 AC
2 BR
2.5 BA
2187 SQ FT
James River Is Calling

Columbia, Cumberland County, Virginia

Larry Atkins , State Wide Realty

54.68 AC
- BR
- BA
Waterfront In Town Home

Onancock, Accomack County, Virginia

Tammy Mason , Weichert Realtors Mason-Davis

0.76 AC
3 BR
2 BA
2032 SQ FT
Historic Bunting Place

Wachapreague, Accomack County, Virginia

Tammy Mason , Weichert Realtors Mason-Davis

96.25 AC
5 BR
2.5 BA
4162 SQ FT
Magnificent waterfront land for sale with 25 acres on Diascund Creek Reservoir!

Lanexa, New Kent County, Virginia

Lisa Langenhennig , Coldwell Banker Traditions

25.07 AC
- BR
- BA
Nandua Bay - Waterfront Lot

Painter, Accomack County, Virginia

Tammy Mason , Weichert Realtors Mason-Davis

2.00 AC
- BR
- BA


What A View

Rice, Prince Edward County, Virginia

Larry Atkins , State Wide Realty

6.43 AC
5 BR
3.5 BA
2950 SQ FT
Smith Mountain Lake Private Estate Custom Architecture Newly Remodeled Home / Dock

Moneta, Franklin County, Virginia

Thomas Lovegrove , BDC

1.00 AC
4 BR
4 BA
5000 SQ FT
A Waterfront Beauty at Lake Anna, Virginia with Endless Views!

Mineral, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Liz Wilson, Associate Broker, ABR, GRI, CSP , Long & Foster Real Estate

2.63 AC
6 BR
4.5 BA
6481 SQ FT

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