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Nestled against the West Virginia and Virginia border, Clarke County is a beautiful oasis with expansive country views, verdant grass, tall trees, and open skies. The Shenandoah River flows through the county, offering kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and other water fun for residents.
Clarke County’s biggest towns are Berryville, which is the county seat with about 4,000 residents, and Boyce, which has about 500 residents.
Rolling fields and sweeping landscapes provide the perfect equestrian home. During the Clarke County Fair in the late summer, a variety of performances like the 4-H Horse & Pony Show and Ruritan Horse Show take place. Horse farms dot the area, and there are ample opportunities for horseback riding, lessons, and boarding services.
Roots in History
Clarke County is also a historical area. There are dozens of homes still standing which date back to the 1700s, with many from the 1810s. During the Civil War, the Battle of Cool Spring and the Battle of Berryville were fought in Clarke County.
Local Culture and History on Display
Whether you're exploring the Shenandoah River area or digging deep into Clarke County's history, there's something for every visitor and resident to experience.
In Berryville, the Rose Hill barns have been revitalized and transformed into community spaces. Participate in Clarke County's cultural heritage with live music on weekends, local beer and wine, film screenings, workshops, and a variety of other performances. Berryville also hosts a Main Street summer crafts market and farmers market.
The Burwell-Morgan Mill in Millwood is a National Historic Landmark. When it was built in the 1780s, this grist mill was the center of community life. Now it is a monumental structure that displays the history of Millwood and the Clarke County area. Visit the Art at the Mill event every fall and spring to enjoy locally produced art, or picnic in the park surrounding the mil.
The Clarke County region also has wineries, camping grounds, and historic farms.
Clarke County, VA Real Estate
There are a variety of homes in Clarke County to fit your lifestyle. You can find single-family homes on large plots of land or horse farms for sale in this beautiful community.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Clarke County, view the local listings or search for a home within your price range and by your desired features. Request a relocation package or a home buying guide, or let us know how we can assist you.
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