If you've ever driven between Culpeper and Warrenton on 29 then you have driven past Brandy Station. There are many historical items here to explore. For example, the Graffiti House built in the 1850 actually pre-dates the civil war and has the autographs, inscriptions, and drawings from soldiers from both sides. You can also visit the Brandy Station battlefield which offers a short hike through time that will not disappoint.
Living here, you'll find Culpeper to be a great place to enjoy robust shopping and dining. If name brand stores are on your "needs" list you'll be happy to find these popular stores nearby: Target, Martins, Lowes, Food Lion, Kohl's, and Tractor Supply. Rest assured, if you'd like to support local small business there is no shortage of quality places to visit. Some of the place that the locals enjoy are Pepperberries, Green Roast, The Cameleer, La Bee da Loca, and so many more. If enjoying the closeness of Culpeper and the quietness of rural living is important to you, I encourage you to add Brandy Station to your possibility list.
WOW!! Nearly 8 acres of nature's beauty encircles this charming and updated 4 BR home. Multiple quality outbuildings including detached studio, 2 car garage, 3 Bay Shop w...
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