Shenandoah Valley Historic Homes By Price
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Shenandoah Valley Historic Homes For Sale
Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, is the birthplace of Woodrow Wilson and has one architectural advantage over most other small southern towns: it escaped the Civil War unscathed. Many Staunton-Augusta historic homes that were built in the 18th and 19th century still stand and are wonderfully preserved.
These historic homes are readily viewable in the well-loved Downtown and Main Street areas. But almost any drive into the Augusta countryside will also reveal vistas featuring magnificent residences that have been painstakingly restored.
Staunton / Augusta Historic Homes For Sale
If you are considering purchasing a Shenandoah Valley historic home, our agents that specialize in the historic home market will be delighted to assist you in any way they can.
There are special considerations involved with purchasing a Staunton-Augusta historic home including determining structural soundness, analyzing how a potential renovation will factor into your price range, and navigating a landscape of zoning laws, permit requirements, restrictive covenants and other law associated with owning a historic home. However, buying and restoring a Staunton-Augusta historic home also offers possible benefits including funding programs, special financing, and future tax breaks which our agents can help you to understand.
Our agents have both an in-depth knowledge of the current offerings available as well as extensive experience in helping clients step-by-step through the process of determining criteria, assessing possible matches, negotiating a great deal and handling a smooth closing on a Staunton-Augusta historic home. Even if you are just beginning to mull the idea over, we’d love to help you out!