The median home value in Sperryville, VA is $490,000.
the county median home value of $353,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Sperryville, VA is $490,000.
Approximately 54% of Sperryville homes are owned,
compared to 22% rented, while
24% are vacant.
Sperryville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Apsley Farms Estate 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, featuring a refrigerator and freezer. 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.
**PRICE REDUCED** Welcome to 1070 FT Valley Rd.! FULLY Renovated in 2022 and just minutes from Downtown Sperryville, no corner of this property has been left untouched or updated. This home overlooks the Shenandoah Mountains and sits on an almost 13 acre Conservation Easement. Custom built in 1978, this homestead was built to last with Kiln Dried studs, reinforced doorways, and true cedar siding. When purchased, the front door was offset from the center of the home, the living space was choppy and closed off, there was no true master bedroom, the layout was not open, and the view was not showcased as well as it could be. Since remodeling, there has been a focus on not only the form of the home, but also the function and livability. Originally only a two bedroom two full bathroom home with only 1,900 square feet of living space on two levels; the home now boasts a fully remodeled interior of roughly 2,900 square feet spread over three levels with three bedrooms-- including a main floor master--three full bathrooms and a half bath on the main floor for guests. The staircase was relocated to the living room area to accommodate a true main floor master bedroom and a second bedroom on the upper floor. The master suite now features a wood beam ceiling, a wood burning fireplace, a walk in closet, a private bathroom, a private covered deck, and a large window with a stunning view of the mountains. Upstairs you will find that the now two bedrooms share a private Jack and Jill style fully remodeled bathroom. A window was also added to the new stairwell to appreciate the view from everywhere in the home and add additional light. On the main level, the previous master bedroom was removed and walls taken down to become the new living space and allow for a more modern open floor plan. The Kitchen was completely gutted down to the studs, and the wall separating the kitchen from the sun room was converted to a half wall for an breakfast bar. Custom cabinets were added and topped with Quartz counters, and stainless steel appliances were istalled along with a kitchen island. The bay window in the kitchen was replaced with French Doors to allow access to the newly extended back deck, and a second set of French Doors was added to the new living room area to access the same. All windows were replaced with new vinyl clad Pella Windows and all the flooring throughout the home was replaced with lifetime guaranteed LVP flooring. The previously unfinished basement was completed (with a permit) to include a living space and a full bathroom to accommodate guests. Once dark and and dungeonous, the previously boarded up window was replaced, and the exit door substituted to allow more light into the new family room. The crawl space was also cleared out and a new vapor barrier added to ensure no unwanted moisture intrusion. The exterior of the home was also renovated to allow a more balanced entry and to focus on entertaining. Now centered, the front doorway features a fully covered porch which was extended to give a true country welcome. The rear deck was expanded to facilitate year round enjoyment with a gorgeous mountain backdrop. The exterior of the was newly painted along with the foundation to give the home excellent curb appeal. To enjoy a more immersive experience in the remodeling process, please feel free to scan the QR codes in each room to see what the home looked prior to the full renovation.
Thornton River Retreat is tucked away in a remote corner of the Shenandoah National Park where it borders the North Fork of the Thornton River. Sited on a bluff at the edge of the Park, the home is a timber framed, lodge-like country retreat. A large, screened porch, broad side deck and lower porch overlook a tree studded lawn as it rolls to the river. Delightful natural landscaping, fieldstone walls and two traversing mountain brooks enhance the lawn. Above the towering Sycamores, Pickeral Ridge looms on the horizon. There is no better place to look around and comprehend nature. A wide staircase leads to the screened porch and main entry. The entry foyer opens to the soaring 2-story great room with wood paneled ceilings, high dormer windows and heart-of-pine floors. At one end is an impressive floor to ceiling fieldstone fireplace bracketed by built in shelves for entertainment equipment, books, photos and objet dâart. A half bath for guests is off the living area. The opposite end of the great room is the dining area with a rustic light fixture secured from the high ceiling. Three sets of glass French doors open to the screened porch that spans almost the entire length of the home. The porch is a delightful living space that allows enjoyment of the mountain breezes, rippling of the river, wonderful views and the sounds of the night. To the side of the porch there is a broad open deck with fine views of Pickeral Ridge. Behind the dining area is a gourmet eat-in kitchen featuring top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink and plenty of cherry and maple cabinets. The primary suite is on the main level. Removed from the great room, it is a quiet cozy retreat with tall ceilings, wide windows on three walls, ample closet space and a tiled bath. The upper level includes two bedrooms accessed by an open elevated balcony overlooking the great room. There is a full bath on this level The lower level features a bedroom, living area, full bath and large storage area with built in cabinets. The living area opens to a wide covered porch surrounded by lush landscaping. There are delightful views across the front lawn and forest beyond. With a separate outside entrance, the lower level could easily become a âin-lawâ suite or separate guest apartment. The grounds feature a 4-bay drive-in garage/barn, fieldstone firepit with surrounding circular stone walls for sitting and a fieldstone wall along the driveway delineating the edge of the property. There is a handsome barn and wooden play fort near the river in a grove of sycamores and poplars. The 2-story barn is equipped with electricity and is ideal for a workshop, studio or a clubhouse for playing cards and telling tall tales. The property is accessed by a private bridge across the Thornton River and the property has long frontage along the river. Although the property borders the National Park on 1 side, it is a quick half mile walk up Hull School Road to the Thornton River Trail. This wonderful and lightly used trail follows the Thornton River for several miles and connects to an extensive network of hiking trails in the northern portion of the Park.
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.