Amy Sloane Timbers is
an associate real estate broker with Washington
Fine Properties, LLC, who specializes in customer service in
the greater Rappahannock County Area. She has been helping sellers and
buyers with their real estate needs since 1998. Rappahannock County is her
specialty but Fauquier, Madison and Culpeper are all a part of her covered
area. Amy has also been known to search for her buyers as far as north as
Clark County, south to Fluvanna County and east to Washington DC and west
to the state line.
Her knowledge, experience and dedication speak
Amy has long standing ties to Rappahannock County.
Her grandmother was one of the first weekender and summer home owners when
she purchased an old farmhouse in the 1950's. After many changes, like
adding electricity, phone and running water, her parents now proudly
reside on the estate. Her husband, David, is a Woodville native; he has
had the pleasure of having moved less than one mile in his life. Amy has
not been as lucky-she’s good at packing. After
graduating from Mary Washington College, now the University
of Mary Washington, she roamed in New Hampshire and New York
before returning home to Rappahannock.
To ensure Amy is busy, in
addition to being a full time real estate agent, she and her husband have
a commercial cow/calf herd plus her community activities. The community
actives include being on the board of the Rappahannock Association for the Arts and the Community and
the former projectionist for the movies. She is also active at The
Theater at Washington Virginia.
Her office in Washington
a boutique real estate company handling all types of property at all price
ranges. Small in town lots, townhouses near the beltway or large hunt
estates are part of what they handle. Nothing is too large or small,
expensive or affordable for Amy to tackle.
Rappahannock County is a very rural county only 75 miles or so
west of Washington D.C. next to Shenandoah National Park. We are proud of
the fact there are fewer than 7000 residents, no stop lights, no train
rails, no fast food franchises, no big box stores or even a traditional
grocery store. There are a number of small locally owned and run grocery
stores, gas stations and restaurants to fill most needs.
Rappahannock also has the tightest zoning in the state with 95% of the
county at 25 acre density. The process was started in the 1960's and has
some minor revisions along the way. Rappahannock County has one of the
highest percentage of land in conservation easements in the state of VA.
They boast of have more cows in the county than people with the
main revenue streams being farming- cattle and wine, and tourism.
To accommodate the tourism there are several restaurants, wineries, Inns
and many Bed and Breakfasts.
Check the links page
for a long list of exclusively Rappahannock things to see and do and links
to other local attractions.
For so few people, there is more than enough to do!
Please let Amy Sloane
Timbers know what she can do to help you with your real estate needs.