Whether you are shopping for real estate, selling your home, or a local resident, Sager Real Estate wants to be your partner in getting the most out of the Shenandoah Valley lifestyle. Locally owned and operated, we have proudly served our community for over 40 years.
When selling your home, you need global exposure in addition to the strong marketing expertise we deliver locally. As a Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® affiliate, we have the resources to market your property to the highest possible number of potential buyers.
Truly a Shenandoah Valley Gem! Enjoy your 2 House 248ac Farm (one is rental) with Studio, Barn, Shop, and Outbuildings. Have horses or cows on approximately 30 fenced acres of pasture with the rest wooded to the top of Little North Mt. Hike/ride/hunt trails will lead you the the mountain top to see and hear sounds of nature. Outstanding views across the Valley to Signal Knob and Massannutten Mt.
History and Tranquility all in one. Circa 1896 Home and 1860's School House on 38 acres bordering the GW National Forrest with Secret Passage Creek running through the property. The home and School House have been renovated with modern conveniences but still have the authentic look and feel. The School House has been transformed into a 1 BR Suite with a full Bath on the main level
Custom built Craftsman w/views,in private subdivision, close to kayak/canoe/tubing. Open floor plan w/impressive master suite, tile shower, garden tub. Great room w/stone fp, accent wall; hardwood.Gourmet kitchen w/island, large mud room/laundry room.Bonus room is framed for future living space! LP SmartSide Siding, stone foundation, Large deck/covered front porch. You will not be disappointed
Come take a look at this beautiful Cape Cod that's nestled in the heart of Shenandoah Valley on 7+ acres. This 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath house has so much to offer such as a heated in ground pool, fenced in backyard, Corian countertops, hardwood/tiled floors, 4 car detached garage with 1200 sq ft of unfinished potential, in-law suite, heated 2 car garage and much more. Give me a call today!
3 Master suites! magnificent views from wrap around porch/relax in screened in porch Entertain on the outdoor patio with stone FP. Relax in the master suite w/fireplace and upgraded walk in tile shower/tub! 9+ acres with stream & pasture./gourmet kitchen Bring your horses! Close to parks/Shenandoah River!!home warranty & preferred lender/seller incentives. Lots of upgrades/shows well!
Gorgeous Country Colonial under construction just about complete. Just minutes to town, schools & shopping. Offers 3.84 acres with 4+ bedrooms, 3-1/2 Baths. Two Master Bedrooms,(One on each Level) One bath is Jack & Jill. Spacious Bright Custom Kitchen. Beautiful Hardwoods & Ceramic throughout the Home. Gas Stone Fireplace, Wonderful Views from the Back or Front Covered Trex Porches.
This cedar sided Chalet located on a 3 acre lot with a state maintained road offers an open floor plan, a main level Master Bedroom, cathedral tongue & groove ceiling, hardwood flooring, stone gas log fireplace, freshly painted, deck with new decking boards and rails, patio w/BBQ pit, 28 x 30 garage, a whole house 17 KW generator and a pond to enjoy the visiting wildlife.
From an ancient Native American legend, the Shenandoah Valley is called “Daughter of the Stars” for the jewel-like sparkle in our beautiful Shenandoah River. Unparalleled natural beauty—bringing with it a unique quality of life—remains the defining attribute of this uniquely wonderful part of Virginia. Cherished by those who have already chosen this as their home—just far enough and just close enough to the city amenities of Washington, DC—the Shenandoah Valley remains a vibrant region with rich cultural and recreational opportunities, friendly and welcoming residents, and ever-expanding economic opportunities. Technology and communications make it possible to live and work anywhere, so why not choose a place you’ll love? Once you move here, of course you’ll have family and friends come to visit. We’ve prepared this part of our website to answer the question, “What is there to do in the northern Shenandoah Valley?”