Located in the northern area of the Shenandoah Valley near the West Virginia border and just two hours west of the Metro-DC area, the Bryce Resort area is extremely attractive to home buyers. This well-established community offers residents a wide variety of home designs and plenty of local amenities.
Bryce Resort offers a huge array of activities, from boating and golfing to zip-lining and skiing. The area is composed of 52 miles of private roads that are home to many gorgeous houses with mountain views. Whether you're seeking a quiet and peaceful place to call home, or an area full of things to do, you'll find exactly what you're looking for here.
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With a population of approximately 1,250, Bryce Resort offers residents a small-town feel. The demographics here are mostly white (95.7%), black (1.6%), Asian (0.8%) and Hispanic (0.8%). The median age is 51 and 41 percent of the population is college-educated. The median home sale price is $258,454. Eighty-three percent of residents in Bryce Resort own their homes while 17 percent rent. The median monthly rent is $751.
The Sky Bryce Homeowner's Association provides residents with roving security patrol, road maintenance, trash pick-up, and snow removal. The area also has high-speed internet, cable TV, and public water and sewer service. Thanks to the underground utilities, local residents typically see far fewer outages than residents of the Metro DC area. Most Bryce Resort homes don't have lawns. Instead, they're nestled within the woods and offer plenty of space and privacy from neighbors. Browse the newest real estate listings in Bryce Resort.
Area schools have an 85 percent graduation rate, which is 3 percent higher than the United States average and one percent higher than the state of Virginia. The top public schools in Bryce Resort are Stonewall Jackson High School, North Fork Middle School, Shenandoah County Public Schools, and Ashby Lee Elementary School.
The median household income in Bryce Resort is $40,587. The cost of living is approximately 6 percent lower than the U.S. average, and the unemployment rate is currently 3 percent. The top industries in Bryce Resort are public administration, accommodation / food services, construction, and educational services.
There's no shortage of things to do in the Bryce Resort area. The resort itself offers activities including hiking, golf, rock climbing, bungee jumping, and more. There's also fine and casual dining, a sports complex, lodge, and a members lounge.
The area is also home to two lakes where residents can rent pontoons, kayaks, and pedal boats, lounge on the beach, or go fishing. Hunting in-season with a permit is allowed in nearby George Washington National Forest. Residents also enjoy spending time at the all-volunteer library. Other nearby attractions includes the Shenandoah Valley Kids Trail, Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail, and the Shenandoah Valley Spirits Trail.