Vesta Property Management is the solution to any struggles you're having with managing your vacation rental properties. Virginia has a ton of historic towns that are great locations for investing in short-term rental properties, but managing those properties can be an entirely different story. Partner with Vesta Property Management and let us take care of the day-to-day responsibilities so you can get back to enjoying your free time.
Vesta is co-owned by a licensed contractor, so you know maintenance issues will be a priority and will get taken care of by professionals. We also handle everything else, from marketing to bookkeping to tenant turnover. We are a full-service property management company offering our vacation rental resources to property owners in the following areas.
Areas We Serve
Berryville is a small city in Clarke County, just 60 miles west of Washington, D.C. The town was originally chartered in 1798 and its downtown district has worked to maintain historic buildings and sites from that era. Visitors to Berryville can enjoy its quiet charm and natural beauty, with tons of events happening every month. Come for the Clarke County Fair and stay for a beautiful hike through the Appalachian Mountains.
Front Royal is the county seat of Warren County and the county's only incorporated city. With about 15,000 residents, this small town has a ton to offer visitors and residents alike. Located close to Shenandoah National Park, locals refer to it as "a town for all seasons." You can enjoy a winter wonderland in the colder months or wait for the summer and go hiking, canoeing, swimming, or fishing. If you're looking for local art and good food, you can find that in Front Royal, too! A must-visit destination in Virginia, to be sure.
Come to Hume for the history and stay for the culture! Virginia is a great place for visitors interested in learning about Colonial and Civil War-era America. The Hume Historic District is home to 59 buildings that all tell a part of Hume's story. Barbee's Tavern is one of the most well-known and oldest buildings in the district, built in 1787 and still standing today.
Luray is a great destination for anyone who wants access to the wonders of the natural world. The city is famous for the Luray Caverns, the largest natural caverns in the northern US with some ceiling heights reaching over 10 stories high. There are also a ton of historic attractions near the Luray Caverns and you and your family can enjoy the Car and Carriage Caravan Museum, the Shenandoah Heritage Village, and Toy Town Junction.
Marshall is located 50 miles east of Washington, D.C. and is another destination with tons of history to offer. It was established in 1797 as Salem, Virginia and was renamed Marshall after fourth US chief justice John Marshall in 1881. Marshall is a gorgeous, quaint town that is a wonderful place to visit, and it's local farms support the town's wonderful farmer's markets and farm-to-table restaurants. Despite having a small population, this town has tons of activities to offers its visitors.
Middletown is called the "official gateway to Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park." Like other cities in Virginia, this town can offer you good food, beautiful scenery, and lots of history. You can wander through the Middletown Historic District or visit a number of other locations included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Rappahannock is a county in the northern Piedmont region of Virginia, adjacent to Shenandoah National Park. A gorgeous location nestled in the a small mountain range in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Being a county, this destination has tons to offer tourists, from local events to hikes of varying difficulties. Visit in spring or summer and enjoy outdoor concerts, parades, and celebrations.
Stephens City is located in the Shenandoah Valley, nestled in between the stunning Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains. Escape the city life in this quaint town and enjoy the Colonial architecture. Newtown Commons, Bel Air Street Park, and Sherando Park are all wonderful locations for a winter walk, spring picnic or summer barbecue. You can visit over Memorial Day weekend for the Newtown Heritage Festival that celebrates the town's history and contemporary culture.
Strasburg is located in the northern Shenandoah Valley. This small city has experienced rapid growth in recent years thanks to its proximity to Washington, D.C. This up-and-coming town has recently taken on the Creative Communities Partnership Grant that funds artists in the area and is making efforts to revitalize its historic downtown district. Each month there are markets and events hosted by the city for visitors and residents to partake in.
Warrenton is a small town surrounded by horse farms and wineries. It's a bright and welcoming community. Even in the winter, this town offers a thriving weekend farmer's market. Like many of the other areas we serve, Warrenton offers a historic district with gorgeous architecture, fun shopping destinations, and wonderful restaurants. The city is home to Fauquier Springs, a former mineral spring resort turned country club. Another popular destination of days' past was the Warren Green Hotel. Although no longer functioning as a hotel, it is a preserved historical building.
Visting Winchester can feel like travelling back in time. Visit Old Town Winchester and enjoy one of the city's many monthly events, pop into a restaurant or local shop, or take a historic walking tour of the area. You can also visit impressive sites while in Winchester like the Patsy Cline Historic House, George Washington's Office Museum, or the Handley Regional Library.
Woodstock is the county seat for Shenandoah County. There are wineries, caverns, and hiking trails to explore nearby and even hot air balloon rides to take. The town has multiple shopping districts and parks to explore. Spring and summer in Woodstock bring plenty of family-friendly outdoor events.