Rural Retreat VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Rural Retreat, VA is $126,500. This is higher than the county median home value of $118,251. The national median home value is $231,815. The average price of homes sold in Rural Retreat, VA is $126,500. Approximately 72% of Rural Retreat homes are owned, compared to 19% rented, while 9% are vacant. Rural Retreat 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 Rural Retreat real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
6
Baths:
1 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,686
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VAWY100000
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
42.85 Acres
Contact:
Chad Pangle, [email protected], 540-975-3487
Courtesy: Whitetail Properties Real Estate, LLC
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***221.529 +/- acres*** Rare opportunity to own an iconic family farm in a beautiful valley surrounded by picturesque mountains. This property is teeming with wildlife, recreational assets, and facilities. SycaMoore Meadows Farm is six miles south of Interstate 81 at Exit 60 and located just outside the small town of Rural Retreat. The property is easily identifiable by the ten room yellow Queen Anne/Victorian home and the enormous red barn that sits adjacent to the home. The historic farmhouse has 6 spacious bedrooms, one full bathroom, hardwood floors, a fireplace, and a large covered porch. This property provides resources for varied enterprises including 150 highly productive tillable acres. More tillable acres are being reclaimed presently from previous Christmas tree operations. The farm has several miles of game inhabitable edges with scattered areas of available native and created wildlife food and even some acreage in CREP. Killinger Creek and the popular trout stream Cripple Creek converge on the property. Neighbors have harnessed the waters of Cripple Creek and created various commercial enterprises. SycaMoore Meadow?s contributions to Cripple Creek come from two native springs, one gushing out 2500 gpm of very cold water and the other puts out 500 gpm creating nutrient rich waters used for trout farming. In earlier times, when the farm was a 300 head beef cattle operation, a two inch water line was buried carrying water to ball type watering facilities and frost proof hydrants spaced through most of this parcel. With water, food, and cover this farm holds deer, turkey, and small game year round making for great hunting. An established road and trail system make for easy access to the entire property. Other assets of this outstanding property include several outbuildings, such as: spring house, brooder house, smoke house, wood shed, tractor shed, large equipment storage facility, milking parlor, and a pole type hay or equipment storage facility. The house, barn, and four of the outbuildings were repaired and repainted in 2010 and more thoroughly done so again in 2019. Most of the house interior had high quality decorating done in 2019 also. Higher elevations of the farm provide long vistas of the surrounding mountains of Glade, Iron, and the majestic peaks of Mount Rogers and Whitetop. These nearby peaks are all in the Jefferson National Forest and help to constitute the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. Fruit trees, Christmas trees, and a pond also dot the landscape of this magnificent farm. Don?t miss your chance to own a piece of Southwest Virginia history. ?

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