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  • Final Balance at Sage Release with Last Chance to Personalize!

The popular Sage community located in Livermore, California, has seen tremendous success since opening in 2016. Sage by Shea Homes® recently received 6 awards from the Building Industry Association, and with good reason – the Sage community is already a wonderful and relaxing place to call home. Over 200 homes are now sold at Sage, and community facilities and amenities […]

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  • Coming Soon: Waterline on San Francisco Bay

Where can you find peace, tranquility and awe-inspiring views in the Bay Area?  Waterline. 60 homes in Point Richmond just minutes from Marin, Berkeley and The City. Located on the San Francisco Bay, Waterline will feature 8 distinct home plans designed for how you live today, including flats and townhomes. The 8 spacious floorplans offer sophisticated design, luxury finishes, […]

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Here's what makes Northern Virginia a great place for your new home!

Beautiful Northern Virginia is not only a superior place to call home, it is also a historical center filled with wonderful attractions. Whether you enjoy touring stately historic homes and museums, wandering through art galleries, dining at the finest restaurants or hiking and biking, this area has you covered.

Treat yourself to the latest high-end fashions and five-star eateries or browse almost endless antique galleries, where you’ll find treasures dating back to the country’s earliest days.

Continue your journey back in time when you visit Mount Vernon, the riverside estate of George Washington. The Smithsonian Air and Space Center will turn your thoughts skyward, with riveting displays and stories of aviation and space history.

With the Shenandoah valley located at your fingertips, you’ll find more than 30,000 acres of outdoor adventures in several lush county parks, ensuring you will never run short of breathtaking vistas and quiet nature trails. The region is also considered horse country and there is an abundance of equestrian-related activities, such as steeplechase, horse shows and riding opportunities.

There’s a very good reason they say Virginia is for lovers—once you’ve spent some timehere, you are simply going to fall in love.

 

 

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