Whether you are looking to buy or rent, Warren County has the perfect home for you. As you drive through Vicksburg you are certain to notice many architectural styles from a range of historic periods. You will also find new construction and several gated neighborhoods sprinkled throughout the area.
There are many Antebellum homes in the area. Some of the more spectacular homes have been converted to bed and breakfast facilities and are open for tour year-round, such as Anchuca, Cedar Grove and Belle of the Bends (please call homes to verify times) to name a few. Others are open only during spring or fall Pilgrimage events for viewing.
Still more homes are private residences. Occasionally, these beautiful homes are available for purchase—watch the real estate listings closely if you are in the market for one of these magnificent homes.
An urban renewal plan introduced in the late ‘90s has led to the renovation of the old downtown area. Loft-style apartments and homes have taken the place of the vacant buildings. Residents in the downtown area can take advantage of the shopping and dining along Washington Street and may enjoy a view of the canal from their balconies. It is an exciting place to be as revitalization efforts continue.
For those with more conventional housing needs, there are many family-friendly subdivisions and quaint neighborhoods to choose from. Prices of homes in Warren County range from $60,000 - $400,000 (and up). Rental property varies from newly constructed apartments and townhouses to corporate apartments to long-term homes for lease.
No matter what you choose, Warren County is a great place to live. You may hear it said: “Vicksburg is easy to get to, and hard to leave!”