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The Moyers Team, Northern Virginia Residential Real Estate Agents

Maryanne Moyers:
Associate Broker
Long & Foster Realtors (Stafford & Fredericksburg Offices)
1910 William Street
Fredericksburg, VA. 22401
Cell: 540-379-7359
Office: 540-371-5220
e-mail: maryanne.moyers@gmail.com

Dwayne Moyers:
Realtor
Long & Foster Realtors (Woodbridge Office)
13875 Hedgewood Drive
Woodbridge, VA. 22193
Cell: 540-446-6284
Office: 703-986-5857
e-mail: MoyersTeam@gmail.com

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Searching for homes in Fredericksburg, Virginia can be confusing for anyone not from the Rappahannock Region. The mailing address of homes in the City of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, and Stafford County all have a Fredericksburg, Virginia mailing address. The easiest way to keep area searches simple is using the Rappahannock River as a separating line Stafford County, the City of Fredericksburg, and Spotsylvania County, with the City of Fredericksburg sandwiched between Stafford and Spotsylvania counties.

The southern areas of Stafford County carry zip codes of 22405 and 22406. These areas are considered Falmouth and Fredericksburg (respectively). Although they are both north of the City of Fredericksburg, they have Fredericksburg mailing addresses. The same applies to searching for homes south of the City of Fredericksburg. The northern areas of Spotsylvania County carry zip codes 22407 and 22408. These areas have Fredericksburg, Virginia mailing addresses even though the Spotsylvania County Parkway, Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, and Spotsylvania Towne Centre are in these zip codes. 

The biggest considerations when searching for a home in Stafford County, Fredericksburg, or Spotsylvania County comes down to schools and commuting options. With a Virginia Railway Express commuter rail station (Fredericksburg Line) recently built near Routes 2 and 17 the commuter options (rail, commuter lots, van pools, bus service, slug lines) are less of a consideration for home buyers moving into the area. The schools are somewhat the same as well. Although Stafford County Public Schools are ranked 22 and Spotsylvania County Public Schools are ranked 58, the schools in the southern areas of Stafford County reflect nearly the same scores as schools in the northern parts of Spotsylvania County.

We thought listing some of our favorite communities, by zip codes, in the Fredericksburg area may help readers during the search phase of buying a home. The average price of homes sold in each subdivision is next to each community.

The City of Fredericksburg (22401)

Breahead Estates ($575,000), Estates of Idlewild ($666,000), Hills at Snowden ($688,000), Village of Idlewild ($345,000).

Stafford County (22405)

Brookstone ($407,000), Clearview Heights ($301,000), Deacon Road Estates ($580,000), Estates at Leeland ($350,000), Fitzhugh ($872,000), Leeland Station ($300,000-$460,000), Stafford Landing ($343,000). 

Stafford County (22406)

Ashburn Hills ($525,000), Berea Knolls ($365,000), Cardinal Forest ($340,000), Celebrate Active Adult ($362,000), Celebrate Virginia ($604,000), Celebrate Virginia North ($325,000), Chancellor Park ($385,000), Deep Run ($435,000), Falls Run Active Adult ($200,000), Lake Estates ($550,000-1,000,000), Oakley Reserve ($446,000), Richland Forest ($455,000), Southgate ($440,000), Stafford Lakes ($360,000), Stafford Lakes Village ($240,000).

Spotsylvania County (22407)

Ashby Woods ($305,000), Ashley Farms ($675,000), Chancellor Park ($385,000), Estates of Chancellorsville ($413,000), Fox Point ($226,000), Glen Haven ($560,000), Lee’s Parke ($450,000), Mineral Springs Plantation ($500,000-$1,500,000), Oaks at Chancellor ($370,000-$500,000), Pipe Run ($370,000), Salem Fields ($375,000), The Preserve ($540,000), Virginia Heritage (active adult) at Lee’s Parke ($331,000), Virginia Heritage Plantations ($448,000).

The Estates of Chancellorsville is 8.4 miles (15 minutes) from Interstate 95 exit 130 and Plank Road (Route 3). It is an award winning neighborhood with home designs reflecting Williamsburg, Virginia architecture.

This estate home is in the Estates of Chancellorsville subdivision in Spotsylvania County. American Heritage Homes has built 12 home designs in this community from the Colonial Series on 2-5 acre home sites in this private subdivision featuring mature trees next to Chancellorsville Battlefield in Spotsylvania County.

Spotsylvania County (22408)

Artillery Ridge ($389,000), Candlewood (420,000), Cavalry Ridge ($350,000), Claiborne Plantation ($470,000), Colchester Village ($353,000), Grandstaff North ($258,0000), Hamlet of Inverness ($291,000), Lansdowne ($460,000), Lee’s Hill ($270,000-$400,000), Lee’s Crossing ($270,000-$400,000), Pelham’s Crossing ($315,000-$440,000), Troon North at Lee’s Park ($280,000-$400,000)

Contact the Moyers Team for Fredericksburg Virginia real estate services. We have sold homes throughout the Rappahannock Region. We will find the right community for your next move. Contact Dwayne Moyers at 540-446-6284 if you have questions about Fredericksburg area real estate statistics, available homes (including new subdivisions), home values, and selling homes.