With its border completed as of 1790, Augusta County is the second largest county size wise in Virginia. Touching West Virginia, that county surrounds two independent cities, Staunton and Waynesboro which are very popular tourist destinations as well as cities to live in.
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Stay and Play Local
Encompassing over nine hundred and seventy miles, Augusta County locals live most of their lives outdoors. With its temperate climate and multiple outdoor activities to partake in, it’s an easy choice for nature lovers. You can hike the Blue Ridge Mountains, fish Mossy Creek, or take a break and enjoy one of the numerous wineries and breweries that dot the countryside. There are no wrong choices to be had!
History and Farming
Steeped in Civil War history as well as the beginning of the United States, Augusta County is rich in history. There is also the Grand Caverns, discovered in 1804, the oldest continually operating show cave in the United States and a National Natural Landmark. With more farm acreage than any other county in Virginia, Augusta County ranks first in the state for the production of beef cattle, lambs, and sheep. Other mainstay farms include horticulture, wood products, and cash grain.
Interested in Buying in Augusta County?
Augusta County with its size has what you need, whatever those are! We have a vast amount of expertise available to you and a long-standing dedication to land stewardship and look forward to assisting you in finding the right farm. Please call us at 877-646-8800 if you are interested in buying and starting your future today!