Luray, VA sits in the rolling hills of Northern Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley. Situated on the south fork of the Shenandoah River, Luray is the ideal home for outdoor adventure lovers. Come experience one of Virginia's most beautiful regions in Luray.
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Much of Luray is divided into planned neighborhoods, full of beautiful, single-family homes. More than 75 percent of the town's population lives in Luray's neighborhoods. Each of the neighborhoods features a landmark, often used by residents to identify where they live. Real estate buyers in Luray, VA will find the atmosphere of comfortable family living, including a mix of blue collar and white collar workers. Search the newest real estate listings in Luray, VA.
Students in Luray attend public school in the countywide public school system, Page County Public School System (PCPS). Students in here do not have to leave the town limits to attend school. Luray Elementary, Luray Middle School and Luray High School serve all students. The Luray Middle School and Luray High School also serve as feeder schools for other Page County students. Students also have the option to attend a Christian private school, Mount Carmel Christian Academy.
In Luray and throughout Page County, the workforce has access to jobs in a variety of industries including government, food service, healthcare, retail sales, and manufacturing. Some of the area's largest employers are the Page County School Board, DNC P & R at Shenandoah, County of Page, VF Jeanswear, and Wal-Mart. More than 7,500 residents in Luray and the surrounding areas commute outside the county for work. The majority of commuters find work in nearby communities, including Harrisonburg, Shenandoah County and Rockingham County.
Experience Luray's great outdoors for yourself by exploring more than 60,000 acres of unspoiled nature at the Shenandoah National Park and the George Washington National Forest. Explore some of the most popular caves on the East Coast at Luray Caverns.
In addition, Luray features a vibrant arts, culture and historic district. In town, experience the work of local artists at Off the Beaten Path Art and River District Arts, fall in love with performance at Trackside Theater. Explore Luray history at the Page County Heritage Association's museums and annual Heritage festival.
Experience the beauty of Northern Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. Contact Old Dominion Realty to start your search for homes for sale in Luray, VA today.
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