The median home value in Sperryville, VA is $302,750.
the county median home value of $412,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Sperryville, VA is $302,750.
Approximately 52% of Sperryville homes are owned,
compared to 22% rented, while
25% are vacant.
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Welcome Home! This all Brick Rambler is priced accordingly in the highly sought after Rappahannock county! You will absolutely know your heart has found the right home situated less than 1 mile from the Town of Sperryville. The Mountain views are spectacular! Just a few miles to Old Rag, White Oak Canyon, and many other trails located in the Shenandoah National Park. Local breweries, wineries, and just a couple minutes from the Inn at little Washington. Centrally located between Culpeper, Warrenton, Luray, and Warren County, this rambler has lots of potential, just under an acre on a corner lot, with beautiful mature trees and landscaping providing just the right amount of shade for the property, truly a beautiful property with a fenced in back yard for the pets. Large attached carport, with additional exterior storage. Large partially finished basement provides plenty of room for your hobbies and games. Verizon offers high speed internet!! Bring your hammock and schedule a showing today as this property will not last long.
Willow Glen Farm is a Rappahannock treasure. For nearly 300 years this farm, tucked away at the foot of Old Rag mountain, has been an active self-sufficient farm and homestead. In the 21st century it has become a quiet retreat and the buildings that once hosted a hive of activity now provide a charming backdrop to the gardens and scenery beyond. Nestled in its own private valley, Willow Glen has the dramatic backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains centered on the imposing mass of Old Rag mountain. In the foreground pastures, ponds, streams, and wooded glens provide a more gentle view. There are miles of trails crisscrossing the woodlands and mountainside that are perfect for hiking, walking the dog, or riding your horse. The farm house is surrounded by gardens, pool, lawns and small dependencies. It is, in short, the perfect place to be removed from the world and enjoy natureâs beauty in a private setting. Offered for sale for only the second time in 200 years, Willow Glen is ready for you to put your own stamp on the property. Relax in the cozy farmhouse or gardens while enjoying the spectacular views. The farm is set up to allow for just that. But for the more hands-on buyer, itâs also an ideal place to pursue agricultural dreams, as the property is an ideal candidate for vineyard, orchard, or livestock operation in a gorgeous setting. Whatever your country desires may be, Willow Glen is the perfect place to indulge them. Built around a 1764 log cabin, the 1890s farmhouse was completely renovated and expanded in the early 21st century to include a two story great room and modern double glazed windows and energy efficient heating and cooling. The current configuration is based on a classic center hall farmhouse with a two over two configuration. The kitchen extension was renovated in 2009 to provide plentiful working space for active chefs and a spacious eat-in area. A large solar array tucked away from view is able to power the house and heat the pool. The superb energy efficiency in no way dimishes the charm that has developed in almost 300 years of habitation. Today the residence is a very comfortable home nestled amongst a grouping of outbuildings that once served as a summer kitchen and pump house and now provide a spectacular courtyard setting and additional outdoor living space for the main house. Opposite the courtyard and attached to the great room is a large pergola which shadows a generous flagstone terrace overlooking the pool and the mountains beyond. Willow Glen Farm is blessed with over a dozen outbuildings that create a hamlet feel around the house and garden. Foremost among these are the summer kitchen and the pump house which create a courtyard around the back of the farm house. Additional buildings a short step down from the main house are concentrated on a farmyard and kitchen garden area. The entire setting is one of immense charm and relaxed country living. The house is surrounded by gardens and landscaped lawns. The pool is located below a small landscaped incline below the terrace. To the right and left are landscaped paths that take one to the pea gravel courtyard which forms the center of the home area and is flanked by the main house, the great room addition, and the summer kitchen and pump house. Further down from the courtyard are terraced gardens leading to a bridge over a small stream and to the Kitchen garden. The kitchen garden is a series of raised beds which are framed by a small garage, barns, an espalied trellice of fruit trees and a green house. Nearer to the rest of the barns is a small fruit orchard. Of the 204 acres comprising Willow Glen Farm, approximately 60% is woodlands, and 40% is in open hayfields. There are views of the Blue Ridge mountains from almost every vantage point. The woodlands are mostly at the perimeter of the property and form boundaries amongst the various fields and along streambeds.
"APSLEY" Located on 16.78 acres, guests are greeted from the private drive to an iron gated entry. The wonderful county home is ready to move in and has been completely renovated. Recently fenced, this bucolic setting offers complete privacy and a private escape. The landscaping was thoughtfully designed for ease of maintenance and seasonal vibrancy. The present owners installed a beautiful pool surrounded by stunning perennials. Wide manicured hiking trails surround the wooded portion of the property and have subtle tree lighting for evening walks. The property has been meticulously maintained and updated. There are 4 large bedrooms and 3 full baths. The first floor offers potential for a primary bedroom with en-suite bathroom. This home features plenty of storage with a 2-car garage and a dog washing station on the lower level. A second building offers a potential guest house, spacious exercise studio or office space. Currently a registered dog kennel, it could also be a potential business opportunity. The building is climate-controlled fit with electricity and plumbing. This additional building also has direct access to the wooded trails through its personal back deck. The estate is located approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes from Washington, DC. This includes an additional parcel in Madison County with Tax ID: 17 6 on 3.34 acres totaling 16.78 acres.
The Manor Home, ca. 1910 with nearly 8,000 sq. ft. has gorgeous detailing, woodwork, high ceilings and spacious rooms. It has been partially remodeled including substantial investment to update plumbing lines, rough-in electrical and the beginnings of a geothermal heating and air conditioning system. However, it needs to be finished and is being sold "as is". This is the ideal home for the purchaser who wants a grand and historic manor home surrounded by gorgeous land and views and who has the desire to complete to their own specifications. Custom designed and built for George Miller by Charlie Hawkins in 1910, this builder and home were the subject of a beautifully written article in Fine Homebuilding Magazine, Dec. 94/Jan 1995. The home features 3 staircases, 7 bedrooms, and rough-in plumbing for 6 full and 2 half baths. 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. The 303 acres included with this property are in 4 separate parcels and are not in easement, but are in Land Use. #1. The manor home is on a 5 acre parcel: TM 54-28, #2. Currently the 156 Acre parcel: TM 54-28B is also listed separately for $12,000/acre*, #3. TM 48-46B with 91 acres is adjacent to the 5 acres with the manor home and has good frontage on Rt. 231, #4. TM54-1 is a 50 acre triangular lot which is mainly wooded and has a 4 room log house, "as is" *Please note: The tax parcel 54-28B does not appear accurate in size. This property will need to be surveyed prior to settlement. This parcel includes 156 acres at$12,000/ac. and will include the frontage on Rt. 231. Stayman Lane provides access to this parcel and several other parcels to the west. Seller will not be responsible for Roll-back taxes should Purchaser not continue with Land Use. Located minutes from the charming villages of Sperryville and Washington, Va, it also enjoys close proximity to Culpeper with Culpeper Regional Airport and Warrenton with Warrenton-Fauquier Airport.
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.