Fredericksburg NEIGHBORHOODS

Whether you’ve spent a lifetime in Fredericksburg or you are thinking about relocating, our team of real estate experts can help you with buying or selling your home.  Whether you are a recent college graduate to a retiring empty-nester, Fredericksburg offers diverse housing options to help you find the home of your dreams. The team at United Real Estate Premier will work with you to find housing that matches your needs, wherever it may be located.  Here are a few areas we specialize in:


Historic downtown was established in the early 1700’s as a thriving port city, still thrives today rich with history having four major Civil War Battles fought in the area.  Home to George Washington’s boyhood home and the University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg offers lots of small town charm with culinary artists, boutique inns and fine independent shops.  The area has an abundance of historic homes, starter homes and everything in between to find your dream home.  Standing midway between Washington D.C. and Richmond it is located near where the Rappahannock River crosses the Fall Line. The region offers many paths to adventure, whether it’s retracing dramatic moments from history or the pursuit of fresh air and natural beauty.


The county contains a mix of beautiful rural landscape alongside an energetic, growing community.  It is one of VA’s fastest growing counties, largely because of its desirable location along Interstate 95. Known as the “Crossroads of the Civil War” Spotsylvania County is rich in natural resources, home of the Battlefield National Military Park, historic Courthouse, Old Jail and Spotsylvania County Museum.   Lake Anna and Lake Anna State Park offers many surrounding lake living communities, swimming, sailing, water-skiing and sport fishing.  In addition, enjoy picnicking, horseback riding, bicycling, hiking trails and camping.   The county has community gathering places for sports, music and other outdoor activities which includes the county’s award winning Patriot Park and the popular Loriella Park with its lighted sports fields and swimming pool.   A great place to live, work, play and shop.

King George

A county steeped in history and one that places high priority on quality of life through the protection of natural, cultural and historical resources.  You will enjoy acres of unspoiled beauty to include Caledon, a natural landmark with one of the greatest concentrations of bald eagles on the East Coast. Residents and visitors of King George experience the 131 miles of shoreline on the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, cultural diversities and historic wealth.

Orange County

Is one of the most outstanding and desirable locations in which to live, work and visit in Virginia, making it a true hidden gem.  Its plentiful and diverse natural resources fuel many of its industries as well as inspire and cultivate many of the recreations and arts.  Its rich history is proudly displayed and celebrated throughout the county.  There are myriad facets that appeal to Orange county residents and those considering relocation to the area.  Most often they attribute their satisfaction to Orange’s quiet way of life and friendly hometown feel with its balance of modern amenities, easy accessibility to work, health and public services, education, recreation, and points of interest – locally and regionally.

Caroline County

A rural county with an abundance of farm land located within 30 miles of the Richmond metro area. Caroline County is home to Virginia’s State Fair with two historic towns, Bowling Green and Port Royal.   Excellent opportunities to buy and rent individual houses and apartments.  Low cost of living and affordable housing make Caroline County an ideal place to live and work.  Housing choices range from developments such as Lake Caroline and Lake Land’Or to condominiums, townhomes and delightful farm homes.

Stafford County

Stafford County is a dynamic and fast-growing suburban community.  The County is proud of its heritage and looks to the future with energy and enthusiasm.    The growth is driven by its close proximity to Washington DC and Richmond areas, has a high presence of leading companies and provides lower cost of living and affordable housing compared to other Northern Virginia communities.  Stafford offers the option for “rural living” and larger home sites, all just minutes away from Interstate 95 and with the new Express Lanes.  You will find the county rich in history, recreational, and cultural activities or the convenience of reaching Virginia’s mountains or beaches within a drive or two hours or less.   Stafford offers something for everyone, and our residents seem to be satisfied with the accessibility, services, amenities, and other benefits the community provides.