Champlain VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Champlain, VA is $85,000. This is lower than the county median home value of $157,000. The national median home value is $231,815. The average price of homes sold in Champlain, VA is $85,000. Approximately 68% of Champlain homes are owned, compared to 17% rented, while 15% are vacant. Champlain real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Champlain real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
5
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,760
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
VAES100930
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
9.8 Acres
Year built:
1946
Contact:
Tracey Bilodeau, [email protected], 540-273-1695
Courtesy: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Select Realty
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Many of us long for simpler times, the lost ways of decades past, and the freedom to raise our own crops and or animals for food, business, or pleasure. This home stood through the years of world war and Korean conflict, and may well have welcomed service members home to its large screened in porch and shelter from the rain, or embraced family gatherings in the dining room and chats in the heart of the home, the cozy galley kitchen. This home has been largely renovated, painted, enlarged, re-floored, had electrical and plumbing work done, as well as updating fixtures, closets, baths and kitchen. Its still a simple home that whispers yesteryear to you, but in a lovely country and southwest style decor! Custom wood and tile work is everywhere, but so are the old touches we love like antique doors and knobs, the warmth of real flame heaters, a gorgeous old decorative fireplace, and yes... the narrow stairs that you loved in Grandma's house! Though the house is ducted for central AC, the current owner chose the old ways of heating and cooling... along with 5 ceiling fans, the method is quite effective! For those seeking the farm experience or just more space from neighbors, you'll inherit the romantic roses, the fruit orchard, and the sacred space of a memory garden. With multiple fenced paddocks for livestock, a hay barn, machine/tractor/implement shed, large barn with multiple stalls, sheep/goat/swine shed and pen, plus a fenced kennel area for dogs... You'll quickly find that this farm/horse property is the only one like it, available, lovingly renovated and restored for under $500k in Essex County or surrounding areas. Don't delay coming to see it! By the way, we already had it inspected, and we'll gladly share the report!

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,300
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VAES100714
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
4.47 Acres
Year built:
1976
Courtesy: RE/MAX Supercenter
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WATER FRONT CONTEMPORY 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME ON 4.47 ACRES WITH 450 FEET OF WATERFRONT! Waterfront living with magnificent views and rich history is waiting for you at Belle Meade Farm on the Rappahannock River! You'll be hooked on river life when you relax on the contemporary home that sits on almost 8 acres of grassland. Every room features a window with a river view. A National barn was added in 2007 to provide storage for boats, water toys, tractors, or ATVs. The yard itself is protected on all sides by rows of oak, silver maple, and white pine trees. Crab apple trees, day lilies, and azalea bushes bring additional color. The huge weeping willow tree sets off the front of the home and the walkway to the river is highlighted by a towering magnolia. The water is fresh and deep enough for docking boats. This spot on the river is tranquil. Drake~s Marsh prevents any future building across the Rappahannock. It is a piece of prime land with beautiful views from a home that is a must see. The rich history of Belle Meade Farm dates all the way back to the 1800s when is was purchased by the Waring family in 1809. Thomas Waring was prominent in the early development of Virginia and served as a member of the House of Burgesses and a Justice in Essex County. His son Francis Waring served on the Legislature in Williamsburg. Francis' son, William served as a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. William's son Henry Waring served as a Captain in the War of 1812. Keeping in the family tradition of serving our county, Henry's son, Patrick Waring, was appointed by President Buchanan to explore and map the wilderness territory. Patrick Waring also served with Lee's army in 1862 and fought in all major battles. Upon the conclusion of fulfilling service career, Patrick returned to Belle Meade Farm to farm and served as Essex's County Representative in the House of Delegates from 1899-1901. The history of the family who lived on Belle Meade Farm had an impact on Virginia's heritage and walking the property and looking out over the Rappahannock River you can feel the rich history of Belle Meade Farm. ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AND WATERFRONT AVAILABLE! All lots are pending final subdivision recording.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,300
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VAES100712
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
133 Acres
Year built:
1976
Courtesy: RE/MAX Supercenter
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MULTI-PARCEL WATER FRONT ESTATE 132 ACRES! 4.47 ACRE RESIDENCE WITH 450 FEET OF WATERFRONT AND AN ADDITIONAL 125 ACRES WITH 842 FEET OF WATER FRONT!! Additional waterfront parcels available. Waterfront living with magnificent views and rich history is waiting for you at Belle Meade Farm on the Rappahannock River! You'll be hooked on river life when you relax on the contemporary home that sits on almost 8 acres of grassland. Every room features a window with a river view. A National barn was added in 2007 to provide storage for boats, water toys, tractors, or ATVs. The yard itself is protected on all sides by rows of oak, silver maple, and white pine trees. Crab apple trees, day lilies, and azalea bushes bring additional color. The huge weeping willow tree sets off the front of the home and the walkway to the river is highlighted by a towering magnolia. The water is fresh and deep enough for docking boats. This spot on the river is tranquil. Drake~s Marsh prevents any future building across the Rappahannock. It is a piece of prime land with beautiful views from a home that is a must see. This listing includes two parcels of land. Parcel 1, 2300 sqft. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom tri-level home on 7.9 waterfront AC. Parcel 2 is 125 acre waterfront lot with 842 feet of waterfront. The rich history of Belle Meade Farm dates all the way back to the 1800s when is was purchased by the Waring family in 1809. Thomas Waring was prominent in the early development of Virginia. He served as a member of the House of Burgesses and a Justice in Essex County. His son Francis Waring served on the Legislature in Williamsburg. Francis' son, William Waring served as a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. William's son Henry Waring served as a Captain in the War of 1812. Keeping in the family tradition of serving our county, Henry's son, Patrick Waring, was appointed by President Buchanan to explore and map the wilderness territory. Patrick Waring also served with Lee's army in 1862 and fought in all major battles. Upon the conclusion of a fulfilling service career, Patrick returned to Belle Meade Farm to serve as Essex County's Representative in the House of Delegates from 1899-1901. The history of the family who lived on Belle Meade Farm had an impact on Virginia's heritage and walking the property and looking out over the Rappahannock River you can feel the rich history of Belle Meade Farm. All lots are pending final subdivision recording.

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