In the village of Waterloo, history is rich and so are their homes. Since 1749, this village was created to serve farms along the Rappahannock River and Great Run. It also contains the second oldest bridge in Virginia which helped farmers and merchants deliver their goods to the market. Currently, the village was made into a subdivision that features colonial and Georgian style single family homes. Built between 1989 and 2017, some of these homes offer 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. These generous lots are right outside of Warrenton’s town limits but are conveniently close to schools and shopping.
The Waterloo Station Shopping Center features a Chinese cafe, a mom and pop pizza place and a 50’s themed walk-up ice cream shop along with many other Waterloo historic sites. The town is located off of Lee Highway and Route 15. It is also close to the Warrenton Village Center which has dining and shopping opportunities including Marshall’s, Panera and SunTrust Bank. When it comes to Waterloo, historic sites and large homes will make you stay.
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