Making Blacksburg your home is an easy decision when you consider everything the town and surrounding region has to offer. Of course the availability of quality, affordable homes ranks at the top of those considerations.  In Blacksburg you’ll find a variety of housing options including starter homes in older neighborhoods, low to moderate income energy efficient homes, classic historic architecture and custom-built houses in the newest neighborhoods. While each neighborhood is unique in its own way, all are within a short walk or drive to downtown and many of them have walking trails, parks and playgrounds.

Airport Acres

Featuring classic bungalows and cottages, this is located walking distance to Virginia Tech and Margaret Beeks elemntary school.

Ashford Court

Ashford Court has beautiful homes, many on cul-de-sacs, with walking paths and playgrounds.

Blacksburg Country Club

A club community with golf, swimming pool, and clubhouse, located toward the Catawba Valley just minutes from town.

Bennett Hill/Progress Neighborhood

An up-and-coming area with small starter homes and newer energy star rated homes for low to moderate income individuals. Located near Wong Park and Harding Avenue Elementary.

Brittany Meadows at Maple Ridge 

Brittany Meadows at Maple Ridge is located just one mile from downtown Blacksburg and boasts a community pool, mountain views and walking trails. 

Brush Mountain Estates

Brush Mountain Estates is located off Route 460 driving toward Giles, but is within minutes to the town. It has homes with larger wooded lots and beautiful views.


Deercroft overlooks the Ellett Valley. There is an abundance of wildlife which roams throughout the subdivision.

Fiddler's Green

This new community offers gorgeous mountain view and is only a few minutes outside of town. 


Hethwood is the first master planned community developed by HHHunt in 1971. The Hethwood community is comprised of houses and townhomes on 316 wooded acres. Five neighborhoods make up the Hethwood Community. Amenities include volleyball courts, tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pools and more.

Historic Draper Preston Neighborhood

Traditional, vintage and Craftsman style homes situated along tree-lined streets in downtown.

Laurel Ridge

Lauren Ridge homes rest on wooded acreage with access to tennis courts, town water and private streets.

Madison Crest at the Villages of Maple Ridge

Madison Crest is located in the Maple Ridge neighborhood. It has a community club house and walking paths and sits on the north end of town.

The Meadows at Northside Park

The Meadows are newer homes located on the North side of Blacksburg.

Mountain View

This neighborhood is located near the Historic 16 Squares of Downtown.

Mt. Tabor Meadows 

This neighborhood is centrally located and features homes built within the last 5 years. 

Oak Manor

A highly desirable townhome community that enjoys proximity to many walking and biking paths, both to the VT campus and through adjacent neighborhoods.

The Orchards Townhomes

Features open floor plans and is located just outside the Blacksburg town limits.

Preston Forest

Preston Forest features home lots ranging from 2.5 to 11 acres. It is connected to the Jefferson National Forest, which provides a serene, private lifestyle.

Slushers Farm

Located just south of downtown Blacksburg, Slushers Farm has beautiful homes in a small neighborhood setting. 

Strouble’s Mill

Strouble’s Mill is within walking distance to schools and grocery stores. The neighborhood has amenities such as a swimming pool and walking trails.

The Village at Tom’s Creek

A quaint community, with tree-lined streets, walking paths, green space and a future retail section.


Woodbine is a wonderful older neighborhood surrounded by old-growth trees and beautiful homes. It’s located on the north end of town and has neighborhood amenities including walking paths and playground areas.

Wyatt Farm

Wyatt Farm is a community with custom-built homes that features walking trails and a community pond.

Did You Know?

Blacksburg was voted "Best Place in the U.S. to Raise Kids" by Bloomberg's Businessweek in 2011.