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September
21

Fall Bakeries

It's almost time once again to enjoy the wonderful flavors of fall, and you won't have to travel far to find delicious fall treats in the Shenandoah Valley. From festive drinks to pastries, pies, and all of your other favorite fall foods, you're sure to find a place near Shenandoah County homes for sale to satisfy your craving for all things fall. Our real estate agents have all of the delectable details on some of the best places in the Shenandoah Valley to order seasonal treats this fall.

  • Valley Pike Farm Market – 3494 Lee Hwy., Weyers Cave, VA 24486
    Need to pick up ingredients for your own fall treats at a location near Weyers Cave homes for sale? Then simply head to the Valley Pike Farm Market, where you can find the fruits of the fall harvest. This market also stocks one of the largest selections of craft beer and wine in the Shenandoah Valley, with more than 300 options to choose from, including some flavors created especially for fall.

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September
12

Autumn Shenandoah Valley

Autumn is around the corner, and it's one of the best times to explore all that the Shenandoah Valley has to offer. Whether you're in the mood for art, culture, outdoor adventures, or family fun, there are countless attractions to enjoy around Shenandoah Valley communities this fall. Our real estate agents have all of the exciting details on 7 places in the Shenandoah Valley where you can enjoy autumn adventures for all ages.

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September
6

Augusta County

Augusta County has fun things to do in any season, but the fall months are extra special. With so many fall events to look forward to, your calendar is sure to be full of fall fun. Watch for our real estate agents at these entertaining activities around Augusta County. 

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July
18

Beerwerks Trail

If you've been looking at Augusta or Rockingham County homes for sale recently, odds are good you've learned about one of the many things that makes our area special: The flourishing craft brewery scene. Nowhere is that more evident than on the local Beerwerks Trail here in the Shenandoah Valley.

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June
13

Augusta County

Shhh! Don't tell the kids, but learning can be fun. Our real estate agents love to combine culture and entertainment at these impressive historical attractions near Augusta County homes for sale.

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April
25

Kitchen Island

Whether your goal is to increase your amount of counter space, add more seating, or expand your storage options, a kitchen island is an excellent addition to your home. Our real estate agents know that a kitchen island is an adaptable feature that many potential homebuyers find highly appealing. Check out these design and style ideas for making the most of your home's kitchen island. 

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April
4

Tree Planting

Trees provide some much-needed shade in the summer and can even attract beautiful birds to your land. The right trees may also increase the value of your property as they improve your home's curb appeal. If you've been looking for the perfect time to add a new tree to your landscape, that time has come. Spring is the best season for tree planting. To help ensure your trees grow strong and healthy, our real estate agents have some helpful tips to share.

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February
7

Staunton Arts

Staunton is home to a thriving arts community that is worth celebrating all year round. 

Consider stopping by this February and spend a romantic Valentine's Day with your significant other viewing classic and contemporary art at these incredible galleries, museums, and shops around Staunton homes for sale

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January
17

Wedding Venues

Our real estate agents know many people are excited about all the things 2022 has in store. For some, that means exploring the best Augusta County homes for sale. Others will be taking big steps in different ways. If wedding bells are ringing, Augusta County has plenty of options for you.

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December
27

Sell Home in 2022

If your plans for 2022 involve selling your home and purchasing a different property, now is the perfect time to start your planning. Accomplish your New Year's resolution of selling your home! Here are some tips our real estate agents recommend in 2022 to help you streamline the selling process. 

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December
20

Candy Shops Shenandoah Valley

When our real estate agents crave sweets, they fill up at these wonderful candy shops around the Shenandoah Valley. These local shops are great stops at any point in the year, but during the holiday season, they make great options for stocking stuffers. Find something sweet at these candy shops!  

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December
13

Holiday Giving

Local non-profit organizations work hard to provide needed services and support throughout our area. The holiday season is the perfect time to show those organizations some love by giving back through a donation or volunteering your time to lend a helping hand. This is an especially busy time of year for non-profits, so your support makes a big difference. Our real estate agents have all of the details on 7 local non-profits where you can lend a helping hand this holiday season.

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December
6

Holiday Light Displays

The holidays are a wonderful time in Staunton, with local businesses, homeowners, and community organizations going all out to put on some amazing holiday displays. Touring the light displays around Staunton is a great way to enjoy some quality time with your family and get everyone in the holiday spirit. Staunton's Celebration of Holiday Lights is the biggest light display near Staunton, with a variety of ways to get involved yourself or simply drive through and enjoy the show. Our real estate agents have all of the festive details on the best holiday light displays near Staunton this year.

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August
9

Summer Rain GardenA rain garden is one of the most attractive and effective ways to handle runoff on your property, protect groundwater, filter impurities, and improve landscaping aesthetics. Our real estate agents have seen beautifully designed rain gardens in Shenandoah County homes for sale and thought it'd be great to put together a beginner's guide to creating a rain garden.

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July
26

Back to School Shopping

While it might not qualify as retail therapy, back-to-school shopping is an annual summer ritual. Our real estate agents will be getting their kids ready to hit the books with some strategic shopping at these malls and markets around the Shenandoah Valley.

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July
12

Summer Vegetables

It's easy to eat healthy during summer, whether you shop for fruits and vegetables at the great farmers markets around Shenandoah County homes for sale or grow your own. Our real estate agents share some of their favorite recipes that put vegetables front and center.

Yellow Zucchini

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July
5

Boating Safety Virginia

With so many beautiful lakes in Northern Virginia, it's no surprise that recreational boating is a popular summer pastime. Boating is one of the most relaxing and fun ways to spend time with friends and family. It's also an excellent way to meet new people. If boating is something you enjoy, it may be worth checking out these Augusta County homes for sale, which are within driving distance of some amazing lakes. 

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May
17

Disc Golf Shenandoah Valley

Spring is a beautiful time to be out enjoying the fresh air and sunshine in the Shenandoah Valley. Our real estate agents love springtime in Virginia for a lot of reasons, and one of those reasons is that our favorite disc golf courses are finally open again. 

In fairness, many of these places are open year-round. But if you've ever thrown a disc around during the soggy winter months, you know that it's just not the same. So now that summer is practically at our doorstep, be sure to enjoy some of these awesome disc golf courses in the Shenandoah Valley!

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May
3

Staunton Bakeries

If food is love, then what better way to celebrate mom on her special day than with some delicious, fresh-made cakes, pastries, and baked goods? Whether mom is a fan of sweet or savory, you'll find the perfect treats at these wonderful bakeries around Staunton recommended by our real estate agents

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April
12

Staunton Architecture

Nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, Staunton, Virginia, is a beautiful city with a rich history that goes back at least as far as the history of the United States itself. Our real estate agents are lucky to live in a place with such an amazing variety of historic homes. 

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March
15

St Patty's Day Drinks

You've heard that everyone's a little bit Irish on St. Patrick's Day. While we don't know if this is really true, we do know that Americans have been celebrating the Irish saint since 1737 in Colonial Boston. The pub crawls of yesterday have given way to smaller gatherings at home. Mix up one of these cocktails to celebrate this year! 

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March
9

Among Virginia homes for sale, there are plenty of desirable options. Shenandoah County homes for sale have an extra something more for amateur astronomers of all kinds: Access to unique Shenandoah National Park and its unparalleled night sky.

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February
22

Historic Staunton

What's it like to live in a community where history waits for you around every corner? Historic Staunton is such a unique place to call home, with countless historic sites, beloved local small businesses, and family-friendly attractions to explore. Historic preservation has long been a focus for the diverse collection of residents who call the community home. The rewards of all of that preservation work are evident every day when you explore the city. The past and present blend together in harmony in Staunton, which is one reason why people shopping for Virginia homes for sale so often fall in love with the community. Our real estate agents have narrowed the list down to 7 of the things that we love most about historic Staunton.

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January
18

Augusta County Cheese ShopsEvery once in a while, a holiday comes along that our real estate agents can really get behind. Case in point: National Cheese Lovers Day is coming right up on January 20th!

If you happen to be in Virginia looking for Augusta County homes for sale, then you're in luck. Our neck of the woods happens to be home to some amazing local cheese shops, creameries, and farmers markets, and we're thrilled to give a shout-out to some of our favorites in honor of the upcoming holiday!

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December
14

Shenandoah Valley Wineries

The holidays are upon us, and there's a good chance you have at least one hard-to-shop-for individual left on your list. As always, our real estate agents are all about lending a helping hand. And if we get to give a shout-out to some great local businesses in the Shenandoah Valley region, so much the better! 

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November
16

Local Candles Staunton

Fall and winter are seasons filled with lovely scents, from the sweet smell of cookies baking to the warm, familiar comfort of a crackling flame in the fireplace. Local candle makers around Staunton do an amazing job of capturing your favorite scents and creating candles that look just as great as they smell. This is the perfect time to shop for candles to give as holiday gifts and to add a little something extra to your own home while you enjoy the season. Our real estate agents have delightful details on where to pick up locally made candles near Staunton this year.

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November
4

Dog Park Shenandoah Valley

With most of us spending more time at home this year, we've gotten used to having our furry friends around us all the time. As you start to venture out again, you might even feel a little bit guilty about leaving them behind. 

Luckily, there are many dog-friendly destinations in Shenandoah Valley. This makes it easy to take your dog with you when you head out for your next adventure! Our real estate agents love taking their dogs out on their days off. Here are a few places they recommend. 

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August
1

Staunton, Virginia is a beautiful, modern area which still retains its historic charm – Southern Living calls Staunton "one of the prettiest and most progressive towns in the South" – and there are plenty of homes for sale in the area at all price levels. Staunton is a strong area for arts and theater, is eco-conscious, offers strong education, is close to both Richmond and Washington, DC, and offers excellent restaurant choices. Here are a few more benefits of Staunton for the potential home-buyer to consider:

  • Beautiful Architecture, New and Old – Throughout Staunton's history, many architectural trends were embraced by local architects and builders, leading to a great variety of homes in both design and aesthetic beauty. Whether the home-buyer is looking for the simplicity of the Early Vernacular style, the sturdy attractiveness of the brick-heavy Federal style, or the classic Southern beauty of Folk Victorian style, Staunton has homes for sale to offer.
  • A Price to Fit any Budget – No matter what price range one is shopping within, there is a home available in Staunton City or its suburbs to suit the home-buyer's needs. Staunton offers upscale, historic homes in both city and suburbs, along with affordable contemporary construction in all manner of styles. The historic look and feel doesn't have to come with a high price-tag, either, as there are classic homes available which fit any budget. For reference, the average home price in Staunton is less than half of that in Washington, DC.
  • Close to Action, Close to Nature – Staunton is a highly walkable city with a spectacular array of architecture and culinary delights. The city also boasts a thriving arts and music scene, which combined with its historic beauty makes it an ideal place to live for artists and art-lovers alike. For a change of pace, Staunton is also a short drive from the mountains, and homes in the suburbs offer the tree-lined beauty of nature at one's doorstep.
  • Business-Friendly – In 2012, CNBC rated Virginia as the number three state in which to do business. Staunton offers incentives and programs designed to help new business owners develop and implement fresh ideas.

No matter what the home-buyer is searching for, chances are they will find it in Staunton. The start of one's search for a new or historic homes for sale in Staunton is just a few clicks away.

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