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Leaf Removal Schedule Update 12/4/19

Remember, once an area is completed, they will not be returning for another pickup. Leaf pickup update today 12/4/19 Long Hawksbill and all its connector streets are completed. Red Fox Completed Plans for today include: Completing Elk, Pheasant, Piney Starting on Hopkins and the Bethel/Quail area. The order of leaf removal: PINEY MOUNTAIN ACRES – […]


Holiday Letter from the Post Office

November 15, 2019   Greetings neighbors! It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is upon us. As we go into this very busy postal season, we would like to remind you of a few ways you can help us provide the customer service you expect from the United States Postal Service.   Due to […]


Help wanted

MPOA is seeking applications for part-time Gate Attendants.  Reliable persons needed for 9PM-5AM shifts.  We are an EOE employer with competitive pay and free use of MPOA Amenities.  Interested applicants apply at  www.massanuttenvillage.com  or MPOA 3980 Massanutten Drive Massanutten VA 22840  


New Front Gate Hours

Due to budget restraints and in trying to reduce expenses, we will reduce Front Gate staffing starting December 1, 2019.  The left lane will be open evenings only from 9PM to 5AM seven days a week. All other times the outside lane will be open for operation Post expires at 12:02pm on Monday December 30th, 2019


Real Estate in Massanutten: Heading Into Fall

By Dave Cureton, Massanutten Realty Dave Cureton has been a Massanutten resident since 2004 and a Virginia real estate licensee and Realtor® since 2001. Opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of the Massanutten Property Owners Association.    My previous posting focused on the real estate in Massanutten’s residential neighborhoods being “special.” That’s […]


Real Estate in Massanutten: We’re Special!

By Dave Cureton, Massanutten Realty

Dave Cureton has been a Massanutten resident since 2004 and a Virginia real estate licensee and Realtor® since 2001. Opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of the Massanutten Property Owners Association.  

 Welcome to the MPOA Website’s inaugural posting about Massanutten real estate. I’m fortunate to be one of a few Realtors® who help people buy and sell homes and building lots in the residential neighborhoods of Massanutten that compose MPOA. The Association asked me to launch what we hope will be a continuing series of postings about various aspects of real estate “on the mountain.”

Now…about Massanutten real estate being “special:” Obviously, a mountain resort community isn’t a typical subdivision, and not only because we have bears and ski slopes. Every one of our neighborhoods features a mix of primary residences, weekend getaways and vacation rental homes. But the variety runs much deeper, and not only in sizes, styles and settings. There are homes in Massanutten that were built as long ago as 1970 while homebuilding continues nearly half a century later.

Consider the Massanutten market emerging from the July 4th holiday: A 1981 cottage with just over 1,300 square feet was among 11 homes under contract, as was a nearly 4,000 square foot 4-bedroom 3.5-bath ranch with double garage. And among the 37 Massanutten homes sold so far this year was a 2-bedroom cottage ($162,000) within walking distance of a nearly 5,600 square foot custom log home on three lots ($510,000).

Yet Realtors® still occasionally get the question, “What’s a Massanutten home going for these days?”

These days a better question would be, “Why are there so few Massanutten homes for sale?” In the wake of the July 4th holiday there were only seven! Low inventory has been a challenge for some time in the Massanutten housing market, as it has for many markets around the country. Even so, it’s rare to have only seven homes listed for sale in all of Massanutten.

The story is very different for building lots. During the same time, our MLS showed 23 Massanutten lots listed for sale at a wide range of prices, from $9,900 to $69,900. And these lots vary in location and topography as much as in price. Two other lots were under contract. Five lots had sold since the start of the year. A total of 13 Massanutten lots sold in 2018.

Of course, any of these numbers can easily change not only from day to day, sometimes even hour to hour. But they should give you general picture of Massanutten’s real estate market.

Thanks for reading!

Copyright © 2019 Dave Cureton


May 18, 2019 Election results

Congratulations to our newly elected Board of Directors! Orris Hambleton, Daryl Borgquist, Carroll James (Jim) Slye, Jana Gough and Ken Mitzkovitz. 2019-2020 Elected Board Officers are: Eric Millard, President; Michael Stockwell, Vice President; Daryl Borgquist, Secretary and Elizabeth Walker, Treasurer.