Augusta County, VA Real Estate News

By Pam Dent, REALTOR® - Charlottesville Virginia Homes / Horse
(Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc.)
This Waynesboro, VA is a one level living with an open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are master suites, 3 full baths, hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, ceramic tile and an exceptional laundry room. Want to relax after a hard day? The main master has a jetted tub and a sauna. Beautiful wood setting on five acres with lots of great plants, trees, and shrubbery. Enjoy relaxing by the fire pit and listening to the water cascading to the koi pond. Lots of decking. A wonderful place for entertaining inside and out!Great basement space for a woodworking shop and a finished area of which could be used as a craft room, art studio or fitness room.  SOLD! 202 Windermere Dr, Waynesboro, VA 22980 Overview Maps Photos $358,000 Single Family Home Main Features 3 Bedrooms 3 ...
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By Pam Dent, REALTOR® - Charlottesville Virginia Homes / Horse
(Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc.)
Incredible Views - 96 Ledges Ln Afton Imagine living in a home on the top of Afton Mountain with panoramic views across the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.  96 Ledges Ln offers the opportunity to enjoy a mountaintop hideaway combined with the convenience of living minutes from town.   Amazing Views Overview Maps Photos Features Description Neighborhood $310,000 Single Family Home Main Features 3 Bedrooms3 BathroomsInterior: 2,485 sqftLot: 1.54 acre(s) Location 96 Ledges LnAfton, VA 22920USA To get updates on open home dates and other property events, please click the "Like" button below: Pam Dent Montague Miller & Company(434) 960-0161pam@JumpintoGreenerPastures.com Listed by: Montague Miller & Co/Pam Dent Our recent listings Amazing ViewsBetter Than N...
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By Kai Degner
(Rocktown Realty (Harrisonburg))
Halloween is upon us, and there are dozens of activities scheduled: hayrides, haunted houses, trick-or-treating, and parades.  I'll feature a few for the next couple entries.  What are you doing for Halloween? The Staunton Lion's Club will be holding their Annual Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 30.  Participants should meet at the band stand behind City Hall at 5:30pm.  Attendance prizes will be drawn promptly at 6:00pm for all children in costume.  Immediately following the drawing the parade will begin.  The parade route will travel east on Main St, south on Laurel St and end at the Lion's Club.  Participants will be treated to Hot Dogs and Soda at the club.
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By Carol Costanzo, GRI, SFR
(Montague Miller and Company)
I went to Virginia's only art show devoted to hot glass artistry in Staunton, which is a community near Charlottesville. There were live demonstrations of glass blowing, flame working, bead making, slumping and fusing. What an interesting day spent down at the wharf of Staunton. Sunspots has live artists frequently and a wonderful selection of the artists creations. If you are looking for a wonderful way to spend an afternoon, this is an excellent choice.              
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By Kathleen Kellett
(Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate III)
       There is a rise in homes selling in The Shenandoah Valley. Although, we did not slow down as much as most areas, homes were sitting more recently than over the last couple of years. Buyers are looking, Agents are writing contracts and Homes are selling. The market is healthier than potential sellers know. Too many are afraid to list their home, because they think it will sit too long. True, there are more homes to choose from, but that should not keep anyone from listing their home, it might have exactly what a Buyer is looking for.         Want to list and sell your home for what you and your Agent think it's worth? Here are some things you can do when you have your home listed and are ready to show:Open all shades/blinds - let the light shine in Make sure all trash is disposed ...
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By Dave Shockley, Putting my clients needs first Roy Wheeler Realty
(Independent Contractor)
If you are thinking about purchasing a home this series of short lessons will provide you with some important advice.  Don't make the mistake of starting the process without taking the time to prepare.  It will make your task much easier.One of your first steps should be to run a Credit Report on yourself to be certain that there are no problems in your credit history.  There are web sites available to obtain a free credit report, and they are easily found on the internet.Next do an analysis of your current financial situation.  In other words where is your money coming from and where is it going.  While you are at it you should put together a budget based on your analysis.  More on this in a later lesson.As part of the budget process analyze how the purchase of a home will affect your ...
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