Clevenger’s Corner is identified in the recently adopted 2010 Culpeper County Comprehensive Plan as a designated village center. The Future Land Use section states that “This center reflects the influence of Rt. 211, a 4-lane arterial, and its access to Northern Virginia viaWarrenton. Factors which support development include arterial access as well as market access to Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties, natural resources including the Rappahannock River and its tributaries, the existing residential community including SouthWales, and an adequate supply of land suitable for development. The village center is focused primarily south of Rt. 211, however the is planned development to the north as well.”
In looking for development and design models from which to draw inspiration, Clevenger’s Corner is fortunate to be located in the midst of numerous small towns and villages, including Culpeper, Middleburg,Warrenton, and Little Washington. With the charm of its rural setting, Clevenger’s Corner is complemented by its convenience to the economic and cultural opportunities of the national capital area. As theWashington area grows and expands, westward, both residential growth and job creation have found their way to the Piedmont area.