Steeped in history, King George County was established in 1720 when it was broken off from Richmond County. Birthplace of James Madison, its northern border is the Potomac River and its southern border the Rappahannock River, there is a good chance you’ll be able to find some amazing riverfront property in your search!
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King George County Farms
With over one-hundred and thirty miles of shoreline between the two rivers, there is an abundance of natural diversity in the land and in the soil. The county comprises of a little over one-third agricultural land and the rest is mostly forested. King George County is also very interested in the protection of its land and is pro-active about the sustainability of the farmland and forest alike.
Details on King George County
While living in King George County can be a gorgeous adventure there are other items to think about when moving. The county has a pretty strong economy with a median household income of a little over $84,000 and has an unemployment rate under the national median as well as a poverty rate one-third the national average. The county has a 93% high school graduation rate and is overall safer compared to peer counties. These are some quick facts but King George County overall is a great area to live in.
Interested in Buying in the King George County?
King George County has gorgeous land and lots of waterfront living opportunities, which make for wonderful farmland. We have a vast amount of expertise available to you and a long-standing dedication to land stewardship to assist in helping you find the right farm for you. Please call us at 877-646-8800 if you are interested in buying today.