Marshall was founded in 1797 as Salem, and later changed to Marshall. It is surrounded by horse country, wineries, farms and fine estates. This is a small rural town with a peaceful setting and relaxing atmosphere. Marshall has been considered a great place for writers, actors, politicians and other well-known people to live quietly.
With over 25 beautiful wineries nearby and lots of established local farms, Marshall is also home to the oldest operating Ford dealership in the U.S. Along Main Street and throughout town, you'll find some locally owned businesses such as Field & Main, Marshall Diner, Red Truck Bakery, The Whole Ox, Gentle Harvest, Old Salem Cafe and Cordial Coffee Co.
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Marshall is located in Fauquier County, nestled in the heart of Virginia’s Piedmont countryside. It is centered along Route US-55 and right off I-66. It’s located approximately 30 minutes from Dulles Airport and about an hour from Washington, D.C.
The median home estimate is $393,300. In 2019, Van Metre homes developed a new residential community of single-family homes and townhouses names Heritage at Marshall. This wonderful town has a variety of houses to suit anyone needs. Browse the newest real estate listings in Marshall, VA.
Schools in Marshall include W.G. Coleman Elementary School, Marshall Middle School, Fauquier High School. Several private schools are available in the area as well. Find homes in Marshall by school district.
Marshall is situated right off I-66 and along Route 55 which makes it great for commuters. Route 17 and Route 50 are within close proximity making Marshall a great location for those that commute.
In Marshall, there are numerous places to visit. The award-winning Northern Fauquier Community Park—located on the outskirts of Marshall—is where people can exercise, jog, bike, picnic, and enjoy the park surroundings. The Fauquier Heritage and Preservation Foundation, Inc., was established in 1993 to encourage the citizens of Fauquier County to become more familiar with the rich heritage of the area. Schoolhouse #18 was built in 1887 as a result of the provision of free public education and is the only surviving unmodified one-room schoolhouse in Fauquier County.
Just a quick drive down the road is Great Meadow, which is a 380-acre field events center and has become a valued member of the Virginia charitable and national equestrian sports communities. It is also home to the annual Virginia Gold Cup. Marshall hosts a Christmas Parade along Main Street, and numerous events are scheduled at Great Meadow for equestrian enthusiasts.
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