Christiansburg Real Estate
Nestled among the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia, Christiansburg serves as the county seat of Montgomery County and a fine example of the exemplary real estate available for those who want to live where natural beauty and opportunity meet.
As the fourth largest town in Virginia, approximately 20,000 residents in Christiansburg enjoy a small-town atmosphere blending with the stunning scenery of the New River Valley with modern amenities. The thriving economy of the New River Valley is enhanced by business in Christiansburg, which continues to contribute to all of Montgomery County’s success by being the home of three large shopping malls, unique local shops and boutiques, numerous hotels, historic bed and breakfast establishments, and over 70 national and local restaurants.
The incredible commercial growth of Christiansburg can be attributed to many factors, including its rich history and efforts to preserve the natural beauty that has long attracted residents and visitors. Christiansburg was location where the famous Daniel Boone entered the wilderness by crossing the Continental Divide and other important historic figures like Booker T. Washington, Davy Crockett and George Washington have lived or visited. Today, the heritage of Christiansburg is celebrated in many fairs and festivals, including the annual Wilderness Trail Festival. Christiansburg is also the home of The Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center dedicated to preserve and display the culture and history of the area in what was once a Presbyterian Manse built in 1852.
Buying a home in Christiansburg will also provide you access to the other amazing places in Montgomery County. With its location near Interstate 81 and central location between Blacksburg and Radford, Christiansburg is known in the local region as “Downtown New River Valley.” Quick access to Radford University, Virginia Tech and New River Community College has attracted new residents in recent years. Christiansburg and Blacksburg are even connected via the Huckleberry Trail, a biking and walking path that is popular among residents of both communities to enjoy the local landscape and everything available in both towns. Virginia Tech’s relationship will go beyond just physical location new the future when Christiansburg state-of-the-art Aquatic Center is completed and begins hosting swim and diving meets for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Homes for sale in Christiansburg offer something for everyone. You will find single-family homes with incredibly reasonable prices available in historic neighborhoods and even in new residential developments. For all of your Christiansburg real estate needs, be sure to contact Pam and Bill Maddy, experts in the Christiansburg real estate market, who will guide you through every step of the process of buying your new home.