Wondering if it would be better to rent your home or sell your home? Are you unsure which is option is better for you? That is a legitimate question and one you should consider carefully. We are big proponents of education and it is large part of what we love to do here at VHS Property Management. As local property experts, we like helping people understand what their options are in terms of renting versus selling. We like this aspect of our job so much that we are happy to come out and help you understand your options, at no charge. We do it all the time! A lot of owners like us because we are down-to-earth, honest local folks who will give it to you straight--and what you decide to do from there is up to you. We are that confident in our award winning services!
At VHS Property Management, we manage properties in a number of areas including Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Gainesville, Locust Grove, Madison, Orange, Spotsylvania, Stafford, and Warrenton—to name a few. We are best known in Culpeper because that is where we started, but we have steadily grown our presence in and around Warrenton with the recent opening of our new Warrenton office.
While we manage properties in many neighborhoods, below are a few of our local Culpeper favorites. Below we outline why these are attractive neighborhoods to own rental property.
Lakeview of Culpeper
Lakeview of Culpeper is an excellent place to own property because it has great proximity to the historic town of Culpeper and features stunning views of Lake Pelham and the eastern base of the Blue Ridge Mountains Blue Ridge Mountains. This strong community consists of single family and townhomes. Lake Pelham covers approximately 255 acres and offers great fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and paddle boat rentals, and even allows electric boats--all in a peaceful country setting. Lakeview of Culpeper also features numerous amenities for residents including a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, playground and walking trails, which are attractive features to renters.
Highpoint of Culpeper
Highpoint of Culpeper is a popular community for families in Culpeper and is minutes from historic downtown Culpeper. A relatively new neighborhood built in 2004, this community features a number of ranch-style single family homes, semi-detached homes, and townhouses. This neighborhood is appealing to renters because it is close to an Amtrak station and is within easy striking distance of dozens of charming local boutiques, dining options, a movie theater and much more. The community also features a playground and gazebo, is near the Country Club of Culpeper, and surrounded by picturesque farms and parks.
Three Flags of Culpeper
Located just outside of Culpeper right off Route 29 South, Three Flags is a charming community known for its friendly neighbors. A dog-friendly neighborhood, locals in this community enjoy larger homes, are partial to Shawn's Smokehouse BBQ Co., enjoy quick trips to Amissville to visit Gray Ghost Vineyards or Magnolia Winery, ham from Calhoun’s Country Hams, ice cream from Scoop on Davis, and enjoy many community amenities including an outdoor pool, basketball and tennis courts, walking trails, clubhouse and playgrounds.
This beautiful quiet community features spacious homes on large wooded homesites close to downtown Culpeper and a variety of shops, galleries, and restaurants. Residents enjoy access to Lake Pelham and can often be found enjoying live music at Oldhouse Vineyards, visiting Moving Meadows Farm for a bakery treat, or spending an afternoon at Mountain Run Winery. Residents also enjoy the nearby lush Piedmont horse country with breath-taking views of the Rappahannock countryside. This community also offers an easy drive up to Virginia’s Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Pelhams Reach is a newer home community featuring quality homes by K. Hovnanian Homes. A desirable and private community with fantastic properties, residents here enjoy a well-established amenity filled community. Situated with great proximity to Culpeper residents interested in Civil War history are a stone’s throw from a tour trip covering several significant battlefields of the Civil War, including the Battles of Brandy Station, Cedar Mountain, Kelly’s Ford, Chancellorsville, Wilderness and Fredericksburg.
Meadows of Culpeper
Meadows of Culpeper is a great neighborhood featuring nice sized homes. Another well-established community, this neighborhood is a great place for families and close access to all of Culpeper’s best shops and restaurants. Renters can enjoy a drive out to Belmont Distillery, coffee at 18 Grams Coffee Lab, bowling at the Mountain Run Bowling Center, ice cream at the Country Creamery, or a craft brew at Old House Brewing Co.
If you would like to learn more about renting versus selling today, give us a call for a free consultation and market analysis of your property. And not to worry, we are not here to push you into property management as we also have a real estate arm as well (The Real Estate Store Inc.), thus we understand both sides of the spectrum and want to help you make the best educated decision for your needs. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook @vhsmanagement for news, tips, updates and more.