Page-Brooke Developments invites you home to Berkeley County and the panhandle of West Virginia. With a population of 17,227 at the 2010 census, Martinsburg is the largest city in the region and the county seat. Martinsburg’s excellent location less than 90 minutes from Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, has helped it to earn the title of “Fastest Growing City in the State.” Both the city and Berkeley County are growing steadily due to an influx of people, many of them commuters, from metropolitan areas. However, Martinsburg still retains the charm of small-town living.
Take a walk through Martinsburg and its rich past is evident in the thousands of historic homes and national landmarks listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The city offers a broad array of services to residents and businesses, and recently implemented improvements in infrastructure (water, sewer, roads) to accommodate the city’s growth. An emphasis on downtown revitalization, interstate commerce and agriculture continue to make the city attractive to visitors and relocating companies alike.
The city takes pride in offering a wide variety of parks, recreational programs, special events and outdoor adventures that meet the diverse needs of its citizens. There are year-round opportunities for the community and visitors to experience culture and arts, history and tourism, with live theater, art exhibits, heritage crafts, festivals, fairs and more. The 136-mile Washington Heritage Trail is a national scenic byway that meanders through the area.
When you come home to Fairlawn Gardens, you’ll have all this and more at your doorstep.