New Home Construction now 100% completed and now for sale. This 3 level home with 2 master suites, eng. Hardwood throughout, Marble Counter-Tops & Vanities, over 1600 sq ...
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Bowling Green VA.is a small, quiet historic town located just 25 minutes south of Fredericksburg, VA. Searchers looking for Bowling Green homes for sale love the taste of country, yet close proximity to everything. Home styles vary from new construction to historic Victorians and everything in between. The town and surrounding area is located within one mile of Fort A.P. Hill, an active training facility for the U.S. Army. Bowling Green has been the host of the National Boy scouts Jamboree for years. The town has shops, restaurants, banks, courts, parades and festivals. Fredericksburg, VA. is the nearest location for major shopping. Get your Bowling Green, VA business directory information here.
Bowling Green History:
The Town of Bowling Green is located in a part of Virginia that is rich in history from first colony in Virginia at Jamestown in 1607 to the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. The Town sits on the Washington-Rochambeau Route and the Civil War Trail. Armies from both wars camped in and passed through Bowling Green VA. There is one home that stood the test of Father Time and made in through unscathed. That home is The Dorsey House. This home was built in the early 19thcentury. Many historical events took place there from many historical figures. It was once occupied by civil war troops from both The North and The South. This home was purchased and totally renovated by the Lunsford family. This gorgeous historical gem with steal your heart. Just Sold. You can launch a trip to Yorktown and Jamestown to the southeast or start your Civil War Battlefield Tour from the National Park’s Visitors Center in Fredericksburg. There is a lot to see and learn and one trip will peak your interest for future trips.