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There's a name you might remember from your history classes. But this is not "the" Bunker Hill of the Revolutionary War, though it played its own role in that other, subsequent war, the Civil War. Bunker Hill these days is a lot quieter than it used to be-- no more Confederate troops marching in to conquer a small but strategically-important area. Nowadays the Bunker Hill area is only "strategically valuable" because it affords a good commute to anyone working in the northern D.C. region, especially Martinsburg and Winchester.
To get to know your new hometown's long and storied past, start at the Mill Creek Historic District. The main attraction is the actual mill, built in 1738. The presence of the mill testifies to a very simple fact: Bunker Hill is old. One of the oldest towns in the state, in fact. Long before Washington D.C. was the nation's capital-- long before the United States was even a nation-- brave pioneers were settling this, the first great American frontier. Also worth a visit in the historic district are Bunker Hill's churches including a Presbyterian church from 1854. Once you move here, you'll have to explore other curious local haunts like the Bunny Man Bridge.
Even after all this time, Bunker Hill has always managed to preserve the best aspects of itself, that drew people here in the first place. Today the town remains a quiet, rural haven that can give families like yours an excellent quality of life, without breaking the bank. Rumor has it that the D.C. area is expensive, and if that's even true, Bunker Hill is the exception to the rule.
One of the area's strengths is simple-- the food! Something about Bunker Hill seems to attract culinary talent. Restaurants, pubs, and cafes spring up easily here. The Flying Dog Brewery is said to offer the best local grog in town. The Blue Goose Market and Bakery has the area's most tempting treats.
If you think Bunker Hill is the town for you, let us help you get started in finding one of life's great necessities-- the perfect home.
If you are looking for new homes in Bunker Hill near Washington DC, District Of Columbia, you've come to the right place. NewHomeSource is the Internet's leading site for Bunker Hill homebuilders and their new home plans. Choose from one of the new home communities in Bunker Hill, or have a Bunker Hill custom home builder construct your dream home on your own lot in Bunker Hill. Either way, you can't go wrong with letting NewHomeSource help you get started in your Bunker Hill new home search.
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