Welcome to beautiful Berryville, VA and the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Our family moved to Berryville in 2003 after living in Loudoun County for 10 years. After many weekend trips to Winchester, we developed a fondness for the picturesque farm lands and charming town of Berryville. While there are always plenty of activities available for enjoyment in the Berryville area, the pace of life is somewhat slower than Northern Virginia which made it a perfect fit for us. If you are considering making Berryville your home, give me a call. I’d love to show you around.
Berryville Quick Facts:
• Berryville is located 60 miles west of Washington, D.C. and 12 miles east of Winchester at the junction of US Route 340 and VA Route 7.
• The Town of Berryville was chartered on January 15, 1798.
• Berryville became the county seat of the newly-formed Clarke County in 1836.
• During the Civil War, General Robert E. Lee camped in Berryville while en route to Gettysburg, PA.
• The arrival of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad in 1879 brought economic prosperity to Berryville along with a building boom that lasted until the 1930s.
• The Berryville Historic District is listed by the National Park Service as a Virginia Main Street Community.
• As of the 2010 Census, there were 4,185 residents in Berryville.
• Newsweek Magazine has repeatedly ranked Clarke County High School in Berryville among the top 100 of America’s Best High Schools.
• Barns of Rose Hill is a performing arts venue and gallery located in Berryville adjacent to Rose Hill Park.
Walk Score for Berryville
Berryville School Data
- Berryville Primary School
- PK-2, public
- Johnson-Williams Middle School
- 6-8, public
- D G Cooley Elementary School
- PK-5, public
- Clarke County High School
- 9-12, public
- Keystone Christian Academy
- PK-12, private
Posted on January 5, 2014 at 2:18 pm by Gina Chatham