Sperryville VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Sperryville, VA is $1,225,000.
the county median home value of $356,600.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Sperryville, VA is $1,225,000.
Approximately 44.02% of Sperryville homes are owned,
compared to 25% rented, while
30.98% are vacant.
Sperryville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Village Living - Original house built in 1875 and moved to current location. two story farmhouse with 4 bdrms, 2 bths. Front Porch. Large lot for yard/garden. Garage/Shed gives this property commercial area. Have your business and home all at one location. Property is zoned highway commercial. Residential use is grandfathered.
Terrific hillside location facing west to the Blue Ridge. Beautiful view and very private location just a few minutes drive south of Sperryville in the F T Valley. Big living room with a large and handsome stone fireplace and matching bookshelves. Large eat-in kitchen adjoins the sun room. Nice porch. Primary bedroom upstairs with bath and study area. Second bedroom downstairs with full bath. Basement for shop, storage etc. Large (tall) crawl with standard door access from basement is under other half... potential wine storage? Property is in Conservation Easement for permanently reduced tax assessment and low real estate taxes.
This 100 acre Classic Revival Mansion of Mountain View, ca. 1910, is nestled in the Francis Thornton Valley of Rappahannock County. Surrounded by the tranquility of fields at the base of mountains, the views can be seen from each of the rooms. Custom designed and built for George Miller by Charlie Hawkins, this builder and home were the subject of a beautifully written article in Fine Homebuilding Magazine, Dec. 94/Jan. 1995. A few excepts from the article, state: âUsing state of the art construction methods, this 3 story home took 3 years to build and was originally equipped with gas lights and gravity-fed water, which flowed continuously through a concrete sink in the pantry from a covered spring. All framing, siding and trim was cut from timber on the property and kiln dried on siteâ. This spectacular estate features 3 staircases, and 7 bedrooms with rough-in plumbing for 6 full and 2 half baths. The woodwork, including the original wood flooring, paneled wainscoting and stairwells, and extensive trim is in spectacular shape and just needs to be refinished. From the front of the estate, the columned portico opens into a grand foyer, which houses the front staircase and side hall leading to the side porch and first floor bedroom. The number and size of the rooms on the main level is ideal for hosting large gatherings. To the left of the foyer is a sitting room perfect for a home office or library. To the right of the foyer a spacious living room which opens into the banquet size dining room with bay window. Next, one enters the kitchen with butlers pantry and beyond the kitchen is the family room. Two powder rooms are accessed from a hallway between the family room and the first floor en-suite bedroom. On the second level are 5 en-suite bedrooms, 2 bedrooms, which share a bath, and the laundry room. The primary bedroom suite occupies most of the right side of the 2nd floor and can be accessed from the hallway into a private sitting room or directly into the bedroom. On the third level, in lieu of the original ballroom is a private bedroom with bath. This space is ideal for an upstairs family room or bunkroom for slumber parties. Substantial investment has been made to restore this stately 7,000 sq. ft. home, including the beginnings of a geothermal system to provide the heating and cooling, and updated wiring and plumbing lines have been installed. Except for the kitchen, each of the rooms on the main level has a wood burning fireplace which has been rebuilt and lined. Insulation has been added to exterior walls and the attic and drywall has been installed. Much of the expensive and time consuming restoration has been done. This property is waiting for someone with the eye for interior finishes to bring it to life. This Estate is just minutes from the charming villages of Sperryville and Washington, Virginia and enjoys convenient proximity to Culpeper with Culpeper Regional Airport and Warrenton with Warrenton-Fauquier Airport.
This opportunity doesn't come often. Perfect opportunity to finish a very unique 1700s log home exactly how you wish. Cabin shell is erect with huge logs, good roof and solid foundation. Cabin was relocated from PA in the 90s. Very rare to find a log home of this era with 2100 sq.ft. and 3 full floors under roof. Gorgeous clear lot that is fully fenced and looks out at Old Rag Mtn towering above you. Property was previously perked for a 3 bedroom but will need reissuing of permit. Electric is on the property but not run to the cabin. Magnificent clean slate to make this property perfectly yours!
Manahoac is a hillside hideaway that hugs the gentle contour of an unnamed foothill of the Blue Ridge Mountains at the foot of Shenandoah National Park. The charming board-and-batten and field stone home is tucked away just off of quiet Woodward Road, south of the Village of Sperryville. The 110 acre parcel rises slowly from the Hazel River, at the lower boundary, to a small peak above the home at the upper boundary. The top of iconic Old Rag Mountain is visible from the home and Hazel Mountain and the Hazel River Trail access are just across the road, making this an idyllic location for nature lovers, hikers, and anyone who would just like to âget away from it all.â The home was cleverly sited to take advantage of the topography. The front of the home is on grade and allows for one-level living. Walking in the front door, one enters a hall with a slate tile floor that leads to the sun-filled great room. The great room looks out over the view of unbroken acres of forest and Old Rag Mountain in the distance. A field stone fireplace with an efficient wood burning insert provides ample heat for those cozy winter nights. A roomy dining area begs for big dinner parties. The kitchen has a retro vibe with loads of cabinet space. In the other direction, the light-filled main floor bedroom has an ensuite full bath. The lower level, walk-out English basement also allows plenty of light in. The family room on this level has another field stone fireplace and opens onto an on-grade tiled patio. The homeâs second bedroom is just off the family room and also features an ensuite full bath. Completing this lower level is the laundry room, lots of storage space, a root cellar, and a petite âwet barâ cleverly tucked in between. Just uphill of the home is a workshop and guest cottage. The structure has a little deck out front and a natural stone step into the guest quarters. The guest quarters are in need of renovation but there is plumbing for a full bath and a big wood stove to keep the space cozy. Both the main house and the guest quarters were built in 1965, so they are ready for some TLC. Manahoacâs 110.93 acres allow plenty of room for your own private walking trails. The old logging trails are overgrown but could be reclaimed to make for easy walking or UTV paths. A stretch of the Hazel River meanders through the lower corner of the property, just off the driveway. The upper portion of the property has another access point from Woodward Road, making it a possibility for dividing off some acreage and building another home. Rappahannock and surrounding counties offer endless recreational possibilities. Shenandoah National Park and Old Rag Mountain are nearby. The park is home to scenic Skyline Drive with its overlooks as well as many miles of trails. There are wineries and breweries, great restaurants and cafes, antique stores, farms and orchards, and much more. Looking for cultural activities? Visit one of the many art galleries, attend a play or a concert at one of the theaters, or visit the Rappahannock Historical Societyâs museum. Near Sperryville and âlittleâ Washington, and convenient to Madison and Culpeper, this property is ideally situated for full-time residents or weekenders alike. Located only two miles off of F. T. Valley Road (Rt. 231), about two hours from Washington, DC, and a little over an hour from Charlottesville, the property is within an easy driving distance for weekend getaways.
Panoramic views for days, with Old Rag Mountain as the centerpiece! This completely remodeled, renovated, and turn key beauty offers almost 5,000 sqft, five bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath. Custom built, solid brick construction on 4 private acres with something for everyone. The first floor boasts 9ft ceilings and two living areas with their own high end fireplace options. The kitchen opens to the family room featuring corian countertops, a massive center island, stainless appliances, cherry cabinets, under counter motion lighting, and newer flooring. Two main level bedrooms with a shared bath could potentially be converted to a main floor primary suite! Brand new pantry added to the spacious mudroom with main floor laundry hookups just off the kitchen that leads to the two car attached garage. Separate dining room framed with the beautiful mountaintop views. Detailed molding and trim work. All new recessed lighting installed. Upstairs you'll find two additional bedrooms, both with walk in closets and another full bathroom. The walkout basement with a private entrance has an additional 850 finished sqft with a bedroom, living room, full bath and kitchenette, making it the perfect opportunity for an in-law suite, rental potential, or home office. Another 850sqft of unfinished space for all your storage needs, or finish it out for a massive rec room! The detached 36x40 shop/garage has partial electric, a loft area, and tons of room for all your farm or gardening equipment. Rear deck with retractable Sunsetter awning provides all day enjoyment of the mostly pastured views with gardening potential galore! Large covered front porch calls you to sit and take in the Blue Ridge Mountain range. So many upgrades! All new paint throughout, all new fixtures and hardware. A full list of all improvements is available upon request. Call today to make this beauty your own!!
Fantastic opportunity to purchase Ivy Hill Farm. First time ever on the market. Large farm of open pasture/hay fields and wooded acreage. Old stone walls, ponds, and outstanding mountain and pastoral views. House and outbuildings sold in 'as is' condition. Wooded uplands and mountain slopes. Ideal vineyard and/or winery location with excellent slope and elevation and soil mix/drainage for grapes. Beautiful setting for weekend home(s) or full time farming venture. Ideal location near Shenanoah National Park and easy access from Hwy 211 halfway between Little Washington and Sperryville.
An ornothologistâs delight, Seven Islands Refuge is the largest private landholding on the East Coast devoted solely to waterfowl and other bird habitat. The 221 acre parcel offers an extensive trail network, stunning mountain views, dramatic lakefront vistas, and intimate ponds to explore. Two very comfortable homes on the property offer accommodations for up to 12 people, but are most ideally suited as a quiet retreat for family and friends. Seven Islands is a fantastic opportunity for a conservation-minded person looking for a country retreat with outstanding scenery, a private setting, and plenty of land to explore. A more stunning setting for a house can scarcely be imagined. Not only are there sweeping views of the lakeshore and mountains, but the house sits in the middle of the lake with views in all directions. Built on piers over the water, the house is accessed by a short drivable causeway. Decking wraps around the entire house to extend the outdoor living space and take advantage of the views. From the open great room, to the numerous glass doors and large windows, small balconies, and large surrounding deck, the house is focused on the dramatic vistas and the immediacy of wildlife on the lake and in the air. There is a large master suite and a secondary bedroom, in addition to the great room, kitchen and other spaces. Existing indoor living space can easily be expanded without changing the footprint of the house over the water. A large open space âbreezewayâ between the house and the garage could easily be enclosed. The garage below the master suite can likewise be converted to interior living space without much effort at all. The 1970âs âAâ Frame Guest House is a classic. It s its own destination with trail networks radiating from the house that head to higher elevations for incomparable views. The house comes with its own garage/storage barn. While the âAâ frame construction is solid, the house is being conveyed âas is.â This means the new owners will probably want to re-do the exterior decking, and do some work on the stone fireplace flashing to ensure a safe and comfortable home. The stunning beauty of Seven Islands is a hidden secret. An entry drive forms a two mile loop around the 50 acre lake. Beautiful views of the water and the mountains are found at every turn. Radiating from this central drive/lane are trails that meander off up the mountainside and along the ponds. The centerpiece of the property is, without question, the 50 acre lake. This large body of water is surrounded by woodlands and fields against a stunning backdrop of the Blue Ridge. It is a private landscape that is also an expansive one. The lake is navigable by boat, and is also set up for swimming, but the primary focus is on wildlife, specifically waterfowl and other bird species. The lake was carefully designed to appear as natural as possible while playing up the aesthetics of the setting, and at the same time maintaining the best possible nesting sites for water birds and other avian species at every turn. Care was taken to stock the pond with the appropriate fish species to provide wildlife and humans with great fishing opportunities. The lake is fed from streams, springs, and mountain land run-off and maintains a healthy balance year round. Surrounding the lake are six ponds. Four cascading ponds on the lower slope of Fielding mountain. These ponds are surrounded by a trail network and provide great habitat for birds and amphibians that need calmer water. The guest house is wonderfully sited above its own pond, complete with swimming dock. The bulk of the property is wooded hillsides. Trails wander throughout the property and there is scope to expand this trail network further to create scenic vistas from higher elevations. There are several lawn and meadow areas which can be expanded for gardens. The overall effect is a private valley centered on a lake and surrounded
Piedmont Farm â 400-plus acres of rolling Rappahannock farm land surrounded by a 360 degree mountain view. Exquisite estate comprised of a grand French Provincial manor house, two 18th century restored log cabin guesthouses, a farm managerâs house, a caretakerâs cottage, six-bay garage with additional storage, barn, stables and modern cattle production facility. The main house overlooks a beautiful spring fed pond on one side with a pool on the other. The property is replete with wooded mountain trails for horses or ATVs, fenced fields, streams and enjoys frontage on the Hazel River. An unrivaled opportunity within a stone's throw of the Shenandoah National Park and nearby the town of Sperryville, Virginia. VOF Easement.
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