🌊 Riverfront Farm & Lifestyle Topics

  • Fun and Adventure on the James River in Virginia 

    Thinking of buying a riverfront home in Virginia? The James River is one of the longest rivers in America that begins and ends in the same state. It is 340 miles long and covers the entire state. The river begins in the mountains and ends by flowing into the Chesapeake Bay. The James River is home to 1/3 of all Virginians and touches more Virginians than any other feature in the landscape. Living alongside this amazing river you will be able to take advantage of a variety of nature inspired activities from fishing to hiking to swimming all in your own backyard. Below are just a few examples of water sports and activities available to you on the James River. Continue reading

  • Hughes River

    My grandpa loved to drive. Raised on a farm in Madison County Virginia, he joined the Army near the end of WWII as a transport operator, was a plumber by trade, ran a side business mowing what seemed like a dozen yards, and had a room filled with bowling trophies. After he retired, he was always going somewhere, even if for no other reason than just to go and come back. Continue reading

  • Living the Riverfront Life

    Adventure and fun all in your backyard? I know I’m in! Living on a riverfront affords you something that not many can attain, a fully lived housing potential, don’t know what I’m talking about? Living on a riverfront unlocks another level of enjoying your surroundings and being able to work hard and play hard. Water has been a common source of gathering be it for building a community or building a family. Having a source of water was a very important indicator of sustainable life historically, but now more and more are seeing it as a source of luxury as well as sustainability for the land. Continue reading

  • Tranquility, Serenity, Peace

    Tranquility. That is most often the word used to describe waterfronts, and particularly riverfronts. Because some other waterways can be busy and at time noisy, there is nothing quite like the calming serene nature that is a river. Continue reading

  • Riverfront Living

    The riverfront has started to unfreeze and the water is starting to flow rapidly again. It’s time to start enjoying nature’s wonderous bloom and the water that riverfront land affords you. The land that surrounds the waterfront usually contains well-developed and well-drained soil ready to be planted in as well as many adventures and fun times to be had by family and friends alike. So, plant your gardens or fields, get your hip waders and fishing hats on, and start enjoying your time in and on the river! Continue reading

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    An Inspiring Riverfront Farm

    The sun starts to rise over the hills of Blue Ridge Mountains. While the rooster alerts that it is time to start your day. You wake up, grab your cup of coffee and watch the sun come up over the hill of your riverfront farm. The sky is 4 different colors of warm pink, turquoise blue, orange yellow and a hint of purple. Creating a rainbow of colors over the brewery that you recently finished building. Continue reading

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