realtor: JUST LISTED! Remarkable Custom Built Home sitting on 10.6 acres! - 01/17/19 11:34 AM
Location is the key here to this beautiful & remarkable custom built home sitting on 10.6 acres just 15 minutes from the West End and Mechanicsville. Beautiful arches, hand plastered walls, Pella windows, high ceilings, fir doors/trim and gleaming wood floors. There's a gourmet kitchen with ss app, granite, pewter back splash, custom cabinetry & butler’s pantry. The great room features a stone fireplace, wood stove & cathedral ceiling. The dining room has hand hew beams & glazed hand plastered walls. The living room leads out to a screened porch. The 1st floor master has 2 walk in closets, a sitting … (1 comments)

realtor: Your very own “Rivah Cottage” is waiting for you! - 01/03/19 04:21 PM
Your very own “Rivah Cottage” is waiting for you. Only 15 min. from the lovely town of Kilmarnock. This home has been rebuilt from the ground up. One floor living with an open floor plan of 1412 Sq. ft., a double sided gas fireplace is flanked on one side by a bookcase between the living room and family room. The kitchen features, granite counter tops, SS smudge proof appliance, breadboard back-splash and adjoin dining area. This 3 bedrooms has 2 full baths with ceramic title. Wood flooring thru out the home. Gas tankless hot water heater and mud room. Heat pump … (1 comments)

realtor: Come Build Your Dream Home! - 10/30/18 05:12 AM
Upper James City County in a wonderful location which will have you 10 min from Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William & Mary. You will find you are close to shopping, hospital and all area attractions. Gently rolling property next to Old Mill pond. Small private subdivision. Do not miss the opportunity to own 9.5 wooded acres to build your dream home or mini estate….. so let your creativity run wild. Nature is what you'll love about this beautiful parcel of land. Large hardwood trees and lush meadows are home to deer, turkey, fox, blue herons and being able to … (0 comments)

realtor: Grand Illumination in the Historic Area: Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia - 11/26/11 03:29 AM
Grand Illumination in the Historic Area: Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia
 
By: Elaine VonCannon ABR, SRES, REALTOR, Notary, Team Leader, Residential and Commercial Property Manager, Managing Partner VonCannon-Starke Commercial Division, Member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, Award Winning Agent, RE/MAX Hall of Fame, Licensed in Virginia, Member of Commercial Council VAR, Director WAAR MLS Board
 
 
A Grand Illumination is an outdoor ceremony involving the simultaneous activation of lights. The most common form of the ceremony involves turning on Christmas lights.
 
One of the older of such community events began at Colonial Williamsburg, the restored Historic District … (0 comments)

realtor: Why Do I Need a REALTOR: A Slice of Life....... - 11/26/11 02:22 AM
Why Do I Need a REALTOR:  A Slice of Life.......
 
By: Elaine VonCannon ABR, SRES, REALTOR, Notary, Team Leader, Residential and Commercial Property Manager, Managing Partner VonCannon-Starke Commercial Division, Member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, Award Winning Agent, RE/MAX Hall of Fame, Licensed in Virginia, Member of Commercial Council VAR, Director WAAR MLS Board
 
 
To all the realtors, real estate practitioners, and those who support us to do what we do…… in making the practice of real estate an honorable profession……..
 
Thanksgiving is the one Holiday my family eats out, as I need a … (4 comments)

realtor: WHERE IS ETHICS? - 09/16/08 07:02 AM
Where is the Ethics?
By: Elaine VonCannon, REALTOR, SRES, ABR, NOTARY PUBLIC, TEAM MANAGER, PROPERTY MANAGER
 
A REALTOR in Richmond Virginia has a listing on a foreclosure home. My Friend (yes the one I always blog about), had this as a listing before the 80 something young owners let it go in foreclosure.  You see the property was their son's and they had  co-signed for him to buy.  But fate stepped in and the poor son was killed in a motor cycle accident. So the nice little couple was stuck with a farmhouse.  Now, this gets even better the … (0 comments)

realtor: Relocating for Retirement? Which REALTOR Can Help You? - 06/22/08 01:00 AM
I am a native of Tidewater Virginia, which encompasses counties and towns in the Chesapeake Bay area from Virginia Beach, to Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg and New Kent County. Even before I entered the real estate profession I watched the real estate market change and evolve over many decades. The Tidewater area, which includes Greater Williamsburg, is a pleasant location for retirement mainly because of the temperate climate and convenient location on the Eastern seaboard. Many military retirees who have served much of their career in the area simply opt to stay in Southeastern Virginia when they retire.
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realtor: GREAT PRICE,GREAT LOCATION IN GLOUCESTER, VIRGINIA! - 06/20/08 02:18 PM
Gloucester County, Hayes, Virginia: Wonderful Starter or Investment Home! If you want a great price and location then this cute rancher is for you. 3 Bedrooms, 2 full Baths sitting on 0.80 acre. There is even a detached recreation room in the back that has not been sheet rocked, but has electricity & cable ready. 4 minutes from the Coleman Bridge. CLOSING COST OFFERED BY SELLER, PRICED TO SELL $219,000!
Visit my web sites to view other listings at www.voncannonrealestate.com and www.estatesinvirginia.com You will also find articles and more information on homes, the virginia real estate market and my team.
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