Marshall, VA was established in 1797. It was originally called Salem, but was renamed in 1882 to Marshall in honor of John Marshall, the fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Marshall is centered off Route 55 and in between exits 27 and 28 of I-66.
Marshall is a desirable area because it maintains the feel of its origin as an agricultural community, yet it's only a few exits from what the Northern Virginia metro area has to offer. The area provides country views by being surrounded by wineries, farms, and horse properties. The county also provides plenty of activities at the Marshall Community Center.
For those looking to have a property with acreage, Marshall is an ideal area to look. It's not uncommon to find turn-of-the-century homes fully renovated or waiting for your touches. For those looking for in-town living, the town of Marshall offers homes at more affordable prices.
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