Woodstock, VA is known as the Star on the Shenandoah offering all of the quaint, charm of small town America. From its beautiful, restored historic district to its modern amenities, Woodstock calls to its residents and visitors alike. Its location in the Northern Shenandoah Valley also makes Woodstock an ideal home base for exploring all of the Valley's natural beauty.
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With just over 5,000 residents, Woodstock retains a small town feel, while being large enough to offer your choice of amenities. With a median age of 39.2, the town offers a young, fun vibe commingled with its famed historic destinations. Nearly half of the local residents are married couples, though the town equally caters to individuals and families with children. Get more demographic information about Woodstock.
In Woodstock, the median home price is $167,700, keeping the local housing market affordable for a variety of people. The housing market features a variety of single-family homes, typically ranging from small to medium in size. More than 90% of local homes have between one and three bedrooms. Browse the latest real estate listings in Woodstock.
Students in Woodstock attend the countywide public school district, Shenandoah County Public Schools. The district operates a number of schools within Woodstock's city limits, including W.W. Robinson Elementary School, Peter Muhlenberg Middle School and Central High School. Shenandoah Public Schools earned an excellent reputation among local districts. Central High School recently earned national recognition from U.S. News and World Report.
In addition to the public school district, Woodstock and Shenandoah County are home to several private schools. Students may attend Community Christian School or the Massanutten Regional Governor's School, a research-based school for advanced students. As another alternative, Woodstock houses the Massanutten Military Academy.
Woodstock boasts an unemployment rate of 5.1% (below the national average)—pointing to a thriving, local economy. Many locals seek employment in one of Shenandoah County's top industries including—manufacturing, government, retail, health care, and food service. The top five employers in the county are the Shenandoah County School Board, George's Chicken, Bowman Andros Products, Iac Strasburg LLC, and R.R. Donnelley Sons and Company.
In Woodstock's historic downtown district, visit The Woodstock Museum of Shenandoah County. Take a tour of two 18th century homes—the Wickham House and the Marshall House. Explore the Shenandoah County Courthouse built in 1795. The courthouse is one of the oldest, continuously-operated courthouses in the nation. Take a self-guided tour to discover art galleries, churches, cemeteries and historical architecture located in the city's historic downtown area.
Woodstock also takes pride in the beautification of its town. In 2014, the town established a community garden to celebrate the work of its previous Enhancement Coordinator, Jane Beasley. Jane's Garden features a collection of sculptures all promoting a central theme—Capturing the Valley.
In addition to its historic attractions, native charm and arts culture, Woodstock offers the kind of community amenities that make a town an excellent family destination. Spend a day playing in the park or challenging your kids to a game of Marco Polo in the community pool. Discover the endless bounty of local produce and specialty foods at the Woodstock Farmer's Market.
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