Why live in Charlottesville?
Well, the answer is because you will never run out of things to do! The list goes on and on from exploring nature to touring the homes of some of the Founding Fathers to visiting a wealth of restaurants to attending sporting events at the University of Virginia. The fun will never stop.
The job market also allows people of various talents to find a place to work. The technology world has become a big part of the local economy as Charlottesville is home to WillowTree Apps and SNL Financial. Young professionals can experience having a great, well-paying career while also benefiting from the quaint feel of this great city. The music scene has really taken off here, too, as many well-known musicians perform at UVA’s John Paul Jones Arena or smaller venues such as The Jefferson, The Paramount, and The Southern. Charlottesville is the hometown of Dave Matthews, too!
Are you a craft beer lover? The local area can certainly supply you with you fill. You can visit any number of countless breweries including Devils Backbone, Wild Wolf, Blue Mountain Brewery, South Street, Three Notch’d, and Starr Hill.
If you are better suited for wine, the same rings true for wineries such as Pippin Hill, Veritas, Blenheim, Jefferson Vineyards, Stinson, and Barboursville. There are too many to count so don’t think the list ends there.
Also, Charlottesville is located just over 100 miles from Washington, D.C. Are you needing a weekend trip to enjoy our nation’s capital? You can be there in only 2 hours. Charlottesville is only 2 hours from Norfolk and Virginia Beach and only 3 hours from Raleigh/Durham. You could say that Charlottesville is the gateway to the east coast!
Why live in Charlottesville? The answer is pretty clear!