- The Virginia General Assembly established the Virginia Enterprise Zone program in 1982, a program intended to join the Department of Housing and Community Development with local governments in providing incentives for investment in capital improvements and new employees. Under this program, qualifying businesses can receive grants for making real property investments and for creating permanent, full-time jobs.Page County's Enterprise Zone contains a total of 1,705 acres and spans through the Towns of Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah. The zone includes a majority of our commercial, industrial, retail, and office spaces, as well as, various unimproved properties for future development.
- I love the small-town charm of the towns of Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah.
- Luray has an abundance of quiet neighborhoods with very little cut-through traffic. Page County has a variety choices from mountaintop cottages, to country manors. It's hard to find a home that doesn't have a great view in Page County.
- Luray's location at the foot of the Shenandoah National Park means that you may want to get a Golden Eagle Pass and regularly drive the Skyline Drive.
Hello. I'm Nesbitt Realty and I like working and living in 22835 in Luray. Do you like working with small family-businesses? Then you’ll love working with a Nesbitt Realty agent. There are more than a few reasons a buyer client might like a home not unlike 262 Old Farm Rd. Price: $249,900 : 262 Old Farm Rd, Luray, VA 22835 || Beds: 4 || Baths: 2 || Half-Baths: 0 || Living Area: 1,651 || Days On Market: 27 || || Old Farms || Buyer’s Rebate From Nesbitt Realty: $741 || MLS: VAPA105836 With that in mind, this post isn't about 262 Old Farm Rd in 22835. Instead, I want to talk about the things I love Luray. Here's a number of reasons: