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The Weather in Charlottesville
Above are the weather conditions for Charlottesville. July is the warmest month of the year in Charlottesville with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 87°. However, temperatures can go lower than 26° in Charlottesville in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Live like a president at a Charlottesville vacation home
Just south of central Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park lies charming Charlottesville. Opting for a vacation home here places you close to the state’s top sights and attractions, including Carlyle House, the Pentagon, and George Washington's River Farm.
Must-see national sights
Arlington National Cemetery is dedicated to more than 400,000 veterans of every US war, from the Revolution to Iraq. There is a bus tour to help you navigate this solemn 612-acre sea of white stones. Don't miss the Pentagon, one of the world's largest office buildings. Southwest of the structure, you’ll find 184 illuminated benches, which each represent a person killed in the September 11 attack on the Pentagon. The tour at Carlyle House in Alexandria is the best way to learn about the city's founder, John Carlyle. He built this elegant mansion in the Georgian-Palladian style, and filled it with paintings, artifacts, and period furnishings.
Visit River Farm
Kids will be thrilled by River Farm in Alexandria, where the landscapes around the Potomac are the same as they were in George Washington's time. Nearby Mount Vernon is part of his farmland. Wander through meadows, a grove named after Benjamin Franklin, and tranquil gardens. The Osage orange tree was a gift from Thomas Jefferson.
The region surrounding your vacation home is perfect for family forays into nature. Whether you bike, hike, or go horseback riding through the wilderness, you will surely be enthralled by the stunning variety of landscapes that makes Virginia so special.
A presidential island
Theodore Roosevelt Island, a nature reserve honoring the 26th US president, features a memorial plaza and statue. Located in the Potomac River, the park offers superb views of Georgetown University. Shenandoah National Park, within easy reach of your vacation home, is one of the most spectacular in the country. Wildflowers, white-tailed deer, black bears, bobcats, and wild turkeys inhabit its environs.
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