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The median home value in Milford, VA is $232,500. This is lower than the county median home value of $234,500. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Milford, VA is $232,500. Approximately 72% of Milford homes are owned, compared to 17% rented, while 11% are vacant. Milford 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 Milford real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
5
Baths:
4 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
3,840
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACV124474
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
448 Acres
Year built:
1827
Contact:
Michelle Wilson, [email protected], 540-538-5510
Courtesy: CENTURY 21 New Millennium
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FIRST TIME IN 40 YEARS THAT THIS GOREGOUS PIECE OF HISTORY IS ON THE MARKET! Currently 200 acres of the 448 acres are being actively farmed. FIVE Star horse barn with electricity and water has five stalls, washroom, tack room, and loft that holds 100 bales of hay. There are three paddocks and a small riding ring. Riding trails throughout the grounds. The Mulberry Place, a Federal home, was built by the Woolfolks in 1827 and comes with an enormous history. Known to be the site of happenings during the Civil War, numerous artifacts have been found on the property. The home itself is stunning, decorated through-out with antique furnishings. The exterior is an all brick, Flemish bond with dog tooth dentals. Porch takes you to double doors with gorgeous center entry with an arch way and moldings leading to the four large main level rooms featuring formal living and dining rooms, sitting room and bedroom, all with wood burning fireplaces, mantles, heart pine flooring and chair railing. The dining room is spectacular with its reproduction of period wallpaper featuring peacocks and built in china cabinet. The holding kitchen located on the main level is perfect for entertaining. English walkout basement is the location of the original cooking fireplace/dining area, den with built-ins, desk area, closet with sink area, and brick flooring. A cook's kitchen has cabinet/counters galore, stainless steel sink and countertop, six burner stove with griddle, trash compactor, and tile flooring. There are four bedrooms and three full baths on the upper level with heart pine flooring. Bedroom 3 has gorgeous custom built in bookshelves and desk space. The all-season porch/room on the rear of the home with rollout windows offer you incredible views of the property. The grounds are just stunning with a total of 448 acres surrounded by trees, fields, and a backyard full of gorgeous boxwoods. One of most unique features of this property is the outbuildings, the oldest dating back to the late 18th Century. They include the original kitchen house, a Guest house (original schoolhouse) with front and rear porches, an all season porch, living room, eat in kitchen, handicap accessible full bath, large utility room, and two upper level rooms with a bath. Commercial building currently used as a dentist office has a handicap ramp and bathroom, two rooms, and upper level rooms for storage. South facing "forcing house". White pole barn is currently used for projects has an ice pit under it. Later wooden cooking house used when iron stoves were widely in use, currently used as a woodworking shop with a wood stove. There is a Smoke house, Garden house, Huge equipment barn, and a beautiful 5-acre bass pond. The scenery is simply breathtaking truly second to none. The land has access to three main roadways, and potential land subdivision. Endless possibilities.

Beds:
5
Baths:
4 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
3,840
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACV124466
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
448 Acres
Year built:
1827
Contact:
Michelle Wilson, [email protected], 540-538-5510
Courtesy: CENTURY 21 New Millennium
View additional info

FIRST TIME IN 40 YEARS THAT THIS GOREGOUS PIECE OF HISTORY IS ON THE MARKET! The Mulberry Place, a Federal home, was built by the Woolfolks in 1827 and comes with an enormous history. Known to be the site of happenings during the Civil War, numerous artifacts have been found on the property. The home itself is stunning, decorated through-out with antique furnishings. The exterior is an all brick, Flemish bond with dog tooth dentals. Porch takes you to double doors with gorgeous center entry with an arch way and moldings leading to the four large main level rooms featuring formal living and dining rooms, sitting room and bedroom, all with wood burning fireplaces, mantles, heart pine flooring and chair railing. The dining room is spectacular with its reproduction of period wallpaper featuring peacocks and built in china cabinet. The holding kitchen located on the main level is perfect for entertaining. English walkout basement is the location of the original cooking fireplace/dining area, den with built-ins, desk area, closet with sink area, and brick flooring. A cook's kitchen has cabinet/counters galore, stainless steel sink and countertop, six burner stove with griddle, trash compactor, and tile flooring. There are four bedrooms and three full baths on the upper level with heart pine flooring. Bedroom 3 has gorgeous custom built in bookshelves and desk space. The all-season porch/room on the rear of the home with rollout windows offer you incredible views of the property. The grounds are just stunning with a total of 448 acres surrounded by trees, fields, and a backyard full of gorgeous boxwoods. One of most unique features of this property is the outbuildings, the oldest dating back to the late 18th Century. They include the original kitchen house, a Guest house (original schoolhouse) with front and rear porches, an all season porch, living room, eat in kitchen, handicap accessible full bath, large utility room, and two upper level rooms with a bath. Commercial building currently used as a dentist office has a handicap ramp and bathroom, two rooms, and upper level rooms for storage. Beautiful FIVE Star horse barn with electricity and water has five stalls, washroom, tack room, and loft that holds 100 bales of hay. There are three paddocks and a small riding ring. South facing "forcing house". White pole barn is currently used for projects has an ice pit under it. Later wooden cooking house used when iron stoves were widely in use, currently used as a woodworking shop with a wood stove. There is a Smoke house, Garden house, Huge equipment barn, and a beautiful 5-acre bass pond. The scenery is simply breathtaking truly second to none. Riding trails throughout the grounds, the land is currently farmed, has access to three main roadways, and potential land subdivision. Endless possibilities.

Beds:
4
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,520
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACV124354
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
81.64 Acres
Year built:
1900
Contact:
Pam Lawrence, [email protected], 804-450-0776
Courtesy: Hometown Realty Services, Inc.
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Welcome to " THE WILLOWS " One of the Most Beautiful Farms owned by the same family for more than 300 years in Beautiful Caroline County ! This Amazing Property was the Home of Sidney E King, a renowned Artist and beloved Virginia painter. King's original Art Studio still exists on the property! This is YOUR chance to own a unique historical homeplace nestled on a knoll overlooking more than 80 acres of beautiful farmland, mixed with pines, hardwoods, an English garden and a beautiful pond stocked with fish. The home itself was built in 1900, has 2 fireplaces, a stone and vinyl exterior, stoned patio terrace and is accentuated by nature's beauty as walnut, pear and pecan trees, mature shrubs and blooming flowers surround the one-of-a-kind estate. The house has 8 rooms with some updates throughout while its original charm continues to shine through. Grab your fishing pole and take a stroll along a peaceful rolling path and across the pond bridge to fish awhile and breathe in the beautiful natural landscape that surrounds you. Wildlife are common place as you'll regularly see deer and turkey grazing in the open spaces. Perfect for animal lovers with plenty of room for dogs, horses, chickens, cows, and goats too ! 13 acres are currently leased for farming. There is a two-acre parcel that has been cleared with a road and prepped for new home construction near the pond. Septic perks for a four bedroom conventional system. Outside structures include a large barn, two chicken coops, and several storage sheds. Sidney E. King's Art Studio sits to the right of the main house and is equipped with electric, plumbing and one bathroom. This unique and storied structure could be updated and remain an artist's creative space or could be renovated for new purposes such as an in-law suite, gym, home office or guest quarters - so many possibilities! 31050 Sparta Road truly has so many features we can't fit them all here - please see the attached feature pages and reference the links below to learn more about Sidney E. King's life and artistic work. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_E._King https://sidneyekingartcenter.org https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Sidney+E.+King+Paintings&form=RESTAB&first=1&tsc=ImageBasicHover

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