Just minutes from the mountains or the museums.
This beautiful upscale 300-acre community is perfectly located just one mile from Historic Staunton in Augusta County. Spring Lakes provides an idyllic residential environment for anyone – from first-time homeowners to empty nesters and retirees. With convenient access to the intersection of 1-81 and 1-64, shopping, medical facilities, colleges, and universities are just a short drive away.
Spring Lakes embodies the ultimate living experience – amenities, comfort, and elegance surrounded by the beauty the Central Shenandoah Valley naturally provides.
Originally born and raised in the northern part of New Jersey, Suzanne ventured down to Virginia to attend James Madison University and achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree. After pursuing a successful career working in New York City and traveling all across the world, Suzanne decided to make the move to the Shenandoah Valley, where she married and started her family. She now lives in Augusta County with her husband Brian, and three children.
Suzanne has over 17 years of experience in the marketing and sales of homes, including 14 years of specializing in new home sales. She has worked with three different builders/developers and in 10 residential communities. Suzanne also works with first time home buyers, student investments and housing within the rental market and also has knowledge in specialty properties used for vacation or fly fishing adventures.
Suzanne has previously been a part of North River’s PTB as Secretary, Treasurer, and President. She was a member of the board for Bridgewater Pre-school and on the development committee for the Harrisonburg Children’s Museum. She also has a background working as a choreographer for Broadway HS, Turner Ashby, and Eastern Mennonite School for their musical seasons.
Suzanne is also involved with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing and supports the Mossy Creek Invitational each year. She is an active board member for the Foxhill Subdivision in Harrisonburg.