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Castleton VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Castleton, VA is $552,000. This is higher than the county median home value of $310,750. The national median home value is $266,648. The average price of homes sold in Castleton, VA is $552,000. Approximately 65% of Castleton homes are owned, compared to 17% rented, while 18% are vacant. Castleton 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 Castleton real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
3
Baths:
4 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
4,790
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
VARP107944
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Aaron Mountain
Lot size:
8 Acres
Year built:
2007
Courtesy: Washington Fine Properties, LLC
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Some properties just feel like a place apart â enhanced and different from its neighbors. One of those special places is the Price Farm. Artfully sited on its 8.4 acres is a large modern farmhouse with tremendous mountain views, outbuildings devoted to each one of your hobby farm desires, pleasant pastures, a burbling stream or two, and a charming woodland ramble. In short, Price farm punches well above its weight and creates its own environment. For someone seeking a little bit of everything in a hobby farm in a delightful setting, Price farm is a rare instance where you can have it all. The 2008 built house is a modernized version of a traditional farm house. Instead of a center hall there is a central two story great room which provides a dramatic focal point. A large eat-in kitchen is a wonderful gathering place for cooks and guests. The mountain views are beautifully captured by walls of windows in rooms designed to appear like enclosed porches on the main and upper levels. Each of the three bedrooms is its own suite and offers privacy to owners and guests. A recently finished basement provides additional living space for a growing family, or rooms for hobbies and other activities. One of the great assets of Price farm is the wonderful stock of outbuildings. Not only is every type of structure youâd require already in place, but they are also wonderfully sited and attractive structures for your livestock and other hobbies. Everything is set up for easy access from the house, but just far enough away that they arenât in the way. The magic of Price Farm is not the outstanding mountain views (though they help), rather it is the ability of its eight acres to seem much, much larger than they are. In part this is due to the narrowness of the lot, but itâs also a reflection of the artful way that outbuildings have been positioned in the property to create a sense of destination as one travels from one end to the other. The property entrance is over an old roadbed which creates a sense of privacy and separation from the entrance on Aaron Mountain Road. Once inside the gates, the house takes a commanding position on the left surrounded by a hydrangea hedge, while the farm lane continues straight ahead. To the right is a well fenced garden area ideal for all sorts of vegetables. A charming garden shed sits in the middle of this productive garden. Water is provided by a frost-free yard hydrant. Just below the garden area are several outbuildings clustered together. These provide parking areas for farm and lawn vehicles and storage and workshop areas. Below this the farm path begins to meander and provide scenic vistas of a neighboring pond and the mountains beyond. Tucked in a pine grove are the goat barn and chicken coop. Further along is a small fenced paddock and the donkey barn, followed by a fenced pasture suitable for livestock. Beyond this field is a bold stream that is spring fed along its way. On its banks is a picnic area centered around the stream pavilion. Further along a lane is the beekeepers barn. A handsome wooden bridge takes one across the stream into a woodland ramble. The woods are a mix of hardwoods and pines and rise up on a small bluff. Here a network of trails branch off to create a loop with various seating areas and sculptural elements to catch the eye. Itâs amazing how far away the house and the rest of the world feels from this vantage point.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,234
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107862
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
6 Acres
Year built:
1979
Courtesy: Virginia Living Real Estate, LLC
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Brick Rambler on six wooded and open acres offering privacy, yet easy access. House offers a huge recreation room with supplemental heating. Lovely family room with wood burning fireplace. Country kitchen. Three bedrooms and one full bath on main level. Sunny floorplan. Exterior offers privacy with no restrictions . Outbuildings and detached carport. Currently mostly wooded to enjoy an abundance of nature. Potential farmette by clearing land. Full partially finished basement offers side entry with windows, full bath, laundry area, storage room, and plenty space to finish to suite your needs.

Beds:
4
Baths:
3 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
3,056
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACU144070
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Solitude Farms
Lot size:
10.02 Acres
Year built:
2004
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
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Welcome to "Daffodil Hill" - Pride of ownership definitely shines in this one owner home. Meticulously built by the owner in 2004 with top quality materials and workmanship. Situated on 10 wooded acres with stream & spring, plus thousands of daffodil bulbs that bloom brightly in the spring - the ultimate property boasting peace and tranquility. The home has hardwood floors on main level, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, plus a powder room, not to mention the family room w/stone hearth/wall gas fireplace and TV, as well as kitchen w/breakfast nook, formal dining room and unfinished basement to expand. Outside entertaining on the wrap around front porch or covered rear deck is a breeze!

Beds:
7
Baths:
8 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
5,182
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP107574
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
15 Acres
Year built:
1981
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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Fair Haven is an architectural tour de force that marries updated elements of neo-classical style with local materials to create a spectacular home reminiscent of an Italian villa. The seven-bedroom, 8 full bath (1 half bath) home is delightfully sited on 15 lovely landscaped acres in the heart of Rappahannock County. The broken pediment front edifice opens to a front foyer accented by stone floor, ogee crown molding with a dental frieze and arched openings at either end. Directly across from the front door, wide double-hung glass doors open to the central courtyard lined by a covered gallery on three sides. The courtyard features intricate herringbone brick floors and a hot tub. The western end of the front foyer opens to a suite of three bedrooms, each with its own luxurious bathroom and wide windows that open to the outdoors. Two of the bedrooms have fireplaces and the third has its own outside access to the rear gardens. The eastern end of the foyer opens to a large living room with random-width hardwood floors and an Italian marble fireplace surrounded by an ornate mantel. There is a private office behind the living room which is currently being used as another bedroom. Another hallway, with access to the screened porch, leads to a great room with a kitchen, a dining area and living spaces. The kitchen features gorgeous cherry cabinets and is nominally separated by a granite topped pentagonal island. An arched fieldstone fireplace with a raised hearth and slab cherry mantel designates the seating area and the wide-open dining area opens to the central courtyard. A deep, cool screened porch, a glass greenhouse and brick terraces adjoin the kitchen. Behind the kitchen is another bedroom, laundry room, a butlers pantry and access to the garage. A large addition was added beyond the butlers pantry. It includes a grand office and library on the main floor and an exercise room and another garage on the lower level. The upper level is a spacious open studio/performance space with soaring ceilings and large Palladian windows. The 15-acre lot is a mix of meadows and stands of shade trees, interspersed with woodland gardens, ferns and ornamental shrubs. It is the ideal habitat for many species of birds and other wildlife. There are excellent pastoral and mountain views from the shady front lawn. Fair Haven has potential to generate considerable income as a short term rental property.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,516
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP106964
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Castleton
Lot size:
162.06 Acres
Year built:
1940
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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A Rappahannock County working farm for many years, this bucolic 162 acre homestead, located in the desirable Castleton community, is reminiscent of times gone by. The entrance is a tree-lined driveway on the east side of Scrabble Road that curves around the large pond and up to the main house. Setting on a knoll overlooking the farm and beautiful Bessie Bell Mountain the traditional home is from the 1940~s, but it has more recently been improved by a new roof, new siding, and new windows. It contains approximately 1500 square feet on the main level. A second house sits surrounded by large shade trees, on approximately 17 acres of the farm that is located on the west side of Scrabble Road. Other farm buildings include 3200 square foot barn with silo, a 1200 square foot concrete building, a 900 square foot frame shed, and a large detached garage. The property has been most recently used for grazing cattle, as it is partly open and rolling, and partly wooded. Please close all gates behind you as you walk the property.This farm offers many possibilities for future owners. A cattle operation, an orchard, a vineyard, or other farming activities would keep it in its agricultural use. Large properties nearby are protected by conservation easement, so this one should qualify, too, providing possible Federal tax incentives as well as Virginia tax credits for anyone hoping to preserve the open space for future generations. With long road frontage on Scrabble Road it is also possible to divide the property into a few parcels and provide convenient access to separate homes in a family compound. The seventeen acres across the road can be sold separately but will not be sold until the main portion of the farm sells.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,516
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP106728
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Castleton
Lot size:
162.06 Acres
Year built:
1940
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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A Rappahannock County working farm for many years, this bucolic 162 acre homestead, located in the desirable Castleton community, is reminiscent of times gone by. The entrance is a tree-lined driveway on the east side of Scrabble Road that curves around the large pond and up to the main house. Setting on a knoll overlooking the farm and beautiful Bessie Bell Mountain the traditional home is from the 1940~s, but it has more recently been improved by a new roof, new siding, and new windows. It contains approximately 1500 square feet on the main level. A second house sits surrounded by large shade trees, on approximately 17 acres of the farm that is located on the west side of Scrabble Road. Other farm buildings include 3200 square foot barn with silo, a 1200 square foot concrete building, a 900 square foot frame shed, and a large detached garage. The property has been most recently used for grazing cattle, as it is partly open and rolling, and partly wooded. Please close all gates behind you as you walk the property.This farm offers many possibilities for future owners. A cattle operation, an orchard, a vineyard, or other farming activities would keep it in its agricultural use. Large properties nearby are protected by conservation easement, so this one should qualify, too, providing possible Federal tax incentives as well as Virginia tax credits for anyone hoping to preserve the open space for future generations. With long road frontage on Scrabble Road it is also possible to divide the property into a few parcels and provide convenient access to separate homes in a family compound. The seventeen acres across the road can be sold separately but will not be sold until the main portion of the farm sells.

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