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Augusta County Real Estate Scenic Shenandoah Valley

Augusta County offers scenic views, mountains and lakes, vineyards and farms, and more. As the second-largest county in Virginia, Augusta has a lot to offer both residents and visitors. Beyond the independent cities of Staunton and Waynesboro, Augusta County has many appealing small towns and communities to choose from including:

  • Churchville: A small community of about 200 people, with many of the houses being older with a charming farmhouse or historic architectural style.
  • Craigsville: Part of the Staunton-Waynesboro metro area, Craigsville is a town of about 900 people off of Route 42. The homes are modest in size with large yards or acreage and a suburban feel. Craigsville is located adjacent to the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest.
  • Fishersville: One of the largest towns in the metro area, Fishersville is located between Staunton and Waynesboro, giving its residents plenty of employment opportunities in both cities. The homes here tend to be newer construction, built since the 1990’s.
  • Stuarts Draft: Stuarts Draft’s seven warehouses/factories make it a local employment hub. Some major employers include Target, Hershey, and Little Debbie. You can find just about any type of home here, from older, farmhouse style to newly constructed luxury residences.
  • Verona: Located just outside the northern border of Staunton, this 4,000 person town welcomes residents who want convenience to Staunton or Harrisonburg and a variety of home styles, ranging from older to contemporary.
  • Western Augusta County: Located about a half-hour from Staunton, living in West Augusta or Deerfield generally means privacy, large lots, forest views, and easy access to outdoor activities. In addition to home listings, you can find land lots for sale to build your dream home.
  • Weyers Cave: Home to the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport and Blue Ridge Community College’s main campus, Weyers Cave is a small town of about 2,500 people located near Augusta County’s northern border. Home styles vary, from classic ranches to more modern designs. 

Our Best Dining Tips

Located in Fishersville, Augusta Kitchen is one of our favorite restaurants in the county. Build-your-own bowl or grab a sandwich. Everything is southern-style and affordable, around $10 per dish. Their smoked or rotisserie-style meat is absolutely delicious!

Sweet Nana Cakes Bake Shoppe features a cupcake, cookie, and cheesecake bar. Seriously, you can’t beat their sweets! 

Augusta County also features the 20+ breweries and wineries on the BeerWerks Trail. Stable Craft is one of our favorites.  Enjoy beer, cider, and cornhole while admiring the majestic mountain views, wedding venue, and a working farm. 

Our Best Shopping Tips

Augusta County is a great place for shopping! Find antiques and vintage specialty items at one of the many antique malls and treasure trove shops in the area. Alpha & Omega Antique Mall, The Factory Antique Mall, Rocky’s Gold, Silver, & Antiques, Shops at the Old Shed, Stuarts Draft Antique Mall, and Verona Antiques

Our Best Tips to Keep Active & Healthy

From community pools to parks and nature hikes, enjoy life outdoors in Augusta County!  

Our Best Tips for Culture and Entertainment
Once stretching to the Mississippi River, Augusta County has been home to Native Americans as well as pioneers headed west. Civil War battles and notable moments are marked through the Virginia Civil War Trails initiative. Inventors, entertainers, politicians, and painters have their beginnings here. Grand Caverns, America’s oldest continuously operating show cave, is underground in Augusta County. George Washington slept here. So did Thomas Jefferson, Woodrow Wilson, Cyrus McCormick, Santa Anna, Dwight Eisenhower, and Charles Lindbergh. Come explore with us!

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