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The median home value in Washington, VA is $502,500. This is higher than the county median home value of $269,000. The national median home value is $231,815. The average price of homes sold in Washington, VA is $502,500. Approximately 52% of Washington homes are owned, compared to 24% rented, while 22% are vacant. Washington 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 Washington real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
4
Baths:
3 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
5,663
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
VARP107444
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Washington Virginia
Lot size:
68 Acres
Year built:
1994
Contact:
Alex Sharp, alexsharp@thorntonriver.us, 540-219-4425
Courtesy: Thornton River. LLC
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Vista Blue is a grand custom built home up on the hill near Little Washington. The views from the open living room are dramatic. The farm extends from Hunters road to Tiger valley road and has Rush river frontage and rolling hills grazed by Angus cattle. The home and guest house complex is built with attention to detail. With terra cotta tile floors and a winding staircase the downstairs flow is perfect for entertaining and includes multiple fully private spaces. The home is offered with all of the main furnishings, many built out of maple by Peter Kramer a well known local master furniture maker. If you are looking for easy country living near Washington Virginia you must take time to see this property. Appointment required.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,170
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
VARP107448
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Keyser Run
Lot size:
53 Acres
Year built:
2001
Contact:
Alan Zuschlag, alan@farms-estates.com, 540-270-8150
Courtesy: Washington Fine Properties, LLC
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Imagine the serenity of a Zen inspired retreat melded with a sense of quiet luxury at every turn, and you have a fairly good idea of what awaits you at Keyser Run Retreat. This deceptively simple house in the woods has a wonderful presence both indoors and out.Conceived as a quiet and calming weekend retreat for a busy DC professional couple, this house on the Keyser Run achieves its goal spectacularly. The outstanding design by noted architect Michael Holt perfectly captures the subtle interplay of luxurious comfort and natural simplicity. A muted color palette and natural elements of stone and wood are combined with urbane sophistication to bring the outdoors inside as much as possible.The great room is the central focus of the house and provides most of the interior living space. Kitchen and dining areas as well as living and seating areas flow seamlessly from one end of the room to the other. Bedrooms are located at one end of the house for greater privacy.Keyser Run Retreat is very private and respectful of the natural surroundings. Landscaping has purposefully been kept to a minimum to afford a better integration of natural elements into this property. The house is located at the confluence of two small streams where plantings merge seamlessly with the native woodland. Trails radiate out from the house and parking area and are designed for hiking and horseback riding. The meadow is a large open space that is ideal for family games, picnics, or quiet contemplation. The bulk of the property is wooded and includes low lying areas with streams, rolling hillsides, and higher land on the western slope of Keyser Mountain. There are outstanding view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah National Park from almost anywhere on the property. The Little Devils~ Staircase hiking trail can be accessed just a short distance from the property.

Beds:
3
Baths:
3 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,349
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107396
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
0.5 Acres
Year built:
1900
Contact:
Amy Timbers, amy@amytimbers.com, 540-987-8668
Courtesy: Washington Fine Properties, LLC
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The Alexander-Jackson House, circa 1860, is a wonderful, sun drenched, farmhouse that's had some updates. It has the best porches--one in front for the views over the neighbor's pastures and into the Blue Ridge/Shenandoah National Park while the side porch is two stories. Granite counters, a professional gas stove (underground propane tank), grace the kitchen plus there's room for breakfast table. Pantry space and a utility/sun room (perfect to start seedlings in) are also off the kitchen. The front stairs are were built in a local, classic Hawkins Style while the back stairs are not as grand and in an older style. The Main Bedroom Suite has a jetted tub, ample storage and old wide-plank flooring that looks like wormy chestnut, as do the other bedrooms. There are two more full baths, one on each level with the laundry centrally located on the upper level. Working from home should be easy enough with most cell phones having service and good internet via Comcast, but the views might provide a distraction. With a choice of doors into the house via the porches, there is a lot of flexibility as to how the house is used. There have been several repairs and upgrades made by the present owners that while not visible, were important costly items like upgrading the HVAC, insulation, roofing and more. Little space is wasted either as there are storage areas hidden throughout the house. The yard has mature landscaping, raised beds for gardening and herbs, and two large sheds and there's still lots of room for a larger garden. There is always a perfect porch no matter the weather, with views from the side porch best for viewing the Town of Washington. The half-acre lot is on a dead-end street but is close enough to easily walk to all the Town has to offer. With a location that is quite and feels private, the property shares a back property line with some of The Inn at Little Washington's gardens.

Beds:
3
Baths:
3 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,500
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107320
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
50 Acres
Year built:
1972
Contact:
Rick Kohler, rick@kohlerrealtors.com, 540-522-2828
Courtesy: Real Estate III of Washington
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A HOME WITH A VIEW ~ The King Mountain House provides a bright, light-filled, expansive living space in a private, secluded setting with a view to the rising sun. It is located on Horseshoe Hollow Farm, a 400-acre organic horse farm that dominates the narrows of Horseshoe Hollow named for its horseshoe-shaped landform. The Virginia Outdoors Foundation has protected the farm and the surrounding properties, a total of 2,500 acres, from future development by placing them in Conservation Easement. This comfortable home is designed for privacy and expansive views as it sits atop the knoll of King Mountain (1000' elevation) and looks out towards Massie's Corner and beyond where the stars blanket the night sky over Rappahannock County. King Mountain provides a light-filled open living space in a private, secluded setting. It backs up to The Peak mountain and the Shenandoah National Park. Perfect for entertaining, the open floor plan, with multiple dining and sitting areas both indoors and out, is particularly suited to gatherings. There are 3 levels with bedrooms and baths on each level, large open living/dining spaces, big stone fireplaces on 2 levels, large windows and French doors that open onto a deck and a heavy timber pergola-topped patio with a megalithic stone fire pit and table. The entry level has a wheel chair accessible bedroom and bath and can easily access the living room, dining room, and kitchen. There are solar collecting, multifaceted sunrooms on 2 levels. There is a sauna on the lower level. For several years, the house has been, and continues to be, a profitable Airbnb. If so desired, this business can be transferred to new owners. There are 2 other parcels of land on the farm surrounding The King Mountain House that are available for purchase. One parcel has 50 acres to the south. The other has 65 acres to the west and adjoins the Shenandoah National Park.

Beds:
4
Baths:
4 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,200
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107382
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Little Washington
Lot size:
0.24 Acres
Year built:
1890
Contact:
Laura Farrell, lfarrell@ttrsir.com, 540-395-1680
Courtesy: TTR Sotheby's International Realty
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A Gem in the heart of Little Washington. Gracious 15-room English country home meticulously maintained and updated, mere steps away from the famous 3 Michelin star Inn at Little Washington with views of both the Inn~s kitchen and Chef~s newly-restored Victorian house. Friendly, small-town living at its finest with direct high-speed Xfinity fiber optic internet. In the historic district on a prestigious original Little Washington town lot surveyed by George Washington himself. Old section of the house dates from the 1800s and boasts of wide plank heart of pine floors, six-over-nine windows, and an antique pine mantel. Home has 2 full kitchens, 4 full bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, Jacuzzi tub in marble master bath with Waterford crystal light fixtures. Gourmet main kitchen has top-of-the-line all SS appliances including Wolf range, Bosch dishwasher, and an in-kitchen open gas fireplace. Delightful, spacious screen porch opens to the extensive, mature gardens with a profusion of peonies, roses, irises, daffodils, hydrangeas, poppies, and more. 55 boxwoods grace the property, along stone walls and a 6-foot-tall wooden privacy fence, creating a backyard oasis with flowers blooming from spring through fall. Gaze at Shenandoah National Park from the Juliet balcony with French doors opening from the master bedroom. Bursting with top-shelf AirBNB potential with 2 separate entrances and kitchens. New roof, new paint inside and out. The Shenandoah National Park trail head is 4 miles from the property. Turn-key property.

Beds:
2
Baths:
1 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,440
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107142
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
55.36 Acres
Year built:
1967
Contact:
Robin Garbe, RobinGarbe@gmail.com, 703-307-5092
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
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Ancient stone walls guide visitors down a scenic lane to Ash Tree Farm, a quintessential horse farm in Washington, Virginia. Towering oak trees provide a lovely canopy over the drive, leading past horses peacefully grazing in their pastures and on up to an intriguing old stone house. Believed to have been built around the time of the Civil War, local lore suggests the original house burned down leaving only the end walls and chimneys; eventually being rebuilt by local artisans using the original stones. Substantial yet modest, the farmhouse is a proud symbol of a sturdy and simple country lifestyle, which has been passed down through generations. Ash Tree Farm is ready for its next chapter! With an historic farm house, two tenant houses, 20 stalls, indoor and outdoor riding arenas, lovely mountain views, a spring fed pond, old stone walls, 55 acres, varied terrain, expansive meadows, as well as forest, it is a picture-perfect Virginia farm, with so much potential. About an hour from Washington DC, just outside of the world-famous town of Little Washington, the location is easy to get to, and within a short drive of world class restaurants, shopping, theatre, festivals, vineyards, national parks, local farm markets, and the most spectacular countryside in Virginia. WATCH THE VIDEO & Please request a detailed brochure!

Beds:
1
Baths:
1 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
2,592
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP106996
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
0.09 Acres
Year built:
1930
Contact:
Cheri Woodard, cheri@cheriwoodard.com, 540-742-0833
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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Located in Little Washington, The Ballard Building is a real treasure with one of the best commercial locations in the Town. It is one block from the main building of the Inn at Little Washington, adjacent to the White Moose Inn and just down the street from The Parsonage, the grand 1850s Victorian that houses six of the Inn~s luxurious guest rooms.The building is suitable for many commercial endeavors that cater to the steady flow of tourists generated by the Inn and the charming ambience of the Town. The Ballard Building is a turnkey property with a new roof, two new air conditioning units, freshly painted interior & exterior and a renovated 3rd floor apartment. Galleries, shops, restaurants, bakeries, breweries, wineries and offices are among the many opportunities for the building that are limited only by your imagination.The three level building was constructed around 1930. It was home to the Blue Ridge Guide, a precursor to the Rappahannock News as well as a law office and doctor~s office. Later served as a pool hall. In the 1980~s it became a retail shop and the attractive coffered ceiling was installed. The current owners have operated a popular shop and gallery for the past 22 years. The main level is a large open room with high coffered and faux painted ceilings, two show windows facing the street, warm wood floors and lots of wall space. There is a slate porch and pergola in front for welcoming outdoor displays or seating.The lower level is another open room with built-in storage, quarry tile floors and great lighting. It is ideal for displaying paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture.The upper level is a comfortable and convenient apartment that has a designer~s flair and all new appliances. It has a full kitchen, living room, dining room, one bedroom and its own access to the outside via a dedicated stairway. The apartment has beautiful mountain views to the west and it overlooks the courthouse square and town buildings to the east. The apartment affords a new owner the opportunity of living and working in the Town or it can be leased for rental income.The property includes four off street parking spaces and there is ample on street parking from and on the adjacent side streets.Washington, Virginia is the County Seat for Rappahannock County. It is a quintessential small mountain village with period homes, interesting shops, art galleries and several dinning destinations. It is home to the renowned Inn at Little Washington, one of the best inns and restaurants in the United States. It routinely receives the highest accolades and was recently awarded three Michelin stars. Further afield in Rappahannock County is an array of wineries, interesting farms, art galleries, great eateries, breweries, a distillery and an entrance to the Shenandoah National Park.

Beds:
6
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,887
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP102836
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
5 Acres
Year built:
1700
Contact:
Sam Snead, samsnead348@gmail.com, 540-987-9336
Courtesy: Sam Snead Realty
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Beautiful Historic Home with guest cottage included being offered seperate from farm with 5 acres. See video at http://www.springhousefarm.info.

Beds:
8
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,887
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP102834
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
181.9 Acres
Year built:
1700
Contact:
Sam Snead, samsnead348@gmail.com, 540-987-9336
Courtesy: Sam Snead Realty
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Farm offered two ways Main House and cottage with 5 acres $650,000 ( additional adjoining acreage available at a negotiated price ) Entire farm listed for $1,940,000 includes 3 houses . 5 division rights ( not in conservation easement ) Possible tax credits. ( see MLS listing varp102836 http;www.springhousefarm.info for video

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