Gore is an unincorporated community in western Frederick County, Virginia, United States located off the Northwestern Turnpike on Gore Road west of Winchester. The community is nestled in the Back Creek valley. It has been called Back Creek and Cross Junction. Gore serves as the western terminus of the Winchester and Western Railroad. It is home to the Gore plant of Unimin Corporation. Gore is the birthplace of the author Willa Cather and country music singer Patsy Cline.
Gore has much lower crime than average; you'll feel safe walking around in the evening.
In Gore, the average home listing price grew year-over-year, via a 4 percent increase from $197,981 to $205,875. The market grew more competitive during the same time frame, with inventory prominently dropping 27.3 percent from 11 to 8 homes on the market. There are a few homes in the area that feature tiled floors; this allows homeowners to customize and clean rooms with no hassle. You'll be able to spend plenty of quality time with your loved ones thanks to the family rooms offered in many of the homes in Gore.