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Sperryville VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Sperryville, VA is $1,952,500. This is higher than the county median home value of $412,000. The national median home value is $308,980. The average price of homes sold in Sperryville, VA is $1,952,500. Approximately 52% of Sperryville homes are owned, compared to 22% rented, while 25% are vacant. Sperryville 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 Sperryville real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
5
Baths:
6 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
4,608
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
VARP2001540
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
130.63 Acres
Year built:
1890
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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Travel back in time to bygone days. Belle Meade Farmâs restored Victorian home and 130 acres of rolling pasture and forest will take you far away from the bustle of the everyday to a more gentle, bucolic existence. Originally built in 1890, a Victorian-style addition expanded the home in about 1909. Lovingly restored and expanded again in the 1990s by the current owners, Belle Meadeâs Victorian farmhouse is a historical gem. The owners have shared this remarkable home as a popular bed and breakfast since the restoration. With seven roof gables and many bay windows, the home in its current incarnation blends the newer ownerâs quarters seamlessly with the original structure. The front portion of the home consists of a sitting room, formal dining room, and a main floor bedroom, with three additional bedrooms upstairs. The ownerâs quarters, added to the back of the home, features a great room with kitchen and dining area, a separate commercial kitchen for the bed and breakfast, and an expansive ownerâs suite upstairs. Come sit a spell on the covered front porch, perhaps with a cold glass of lemonade, and feel the slower pace of country living. Heading indoors from the cozy porch, you will find a surprisingly capacious two-story entrance hall with a grand staircase. The staircase is painted with a stunning, original faux bois finish and gracefully wends its way to the upper floor. Delightful details will meet your eye throughout the home, including original faux bois-painted doors and original moldings, mantles, and oak and heart pine floors. The high ceilings and ample windows give a light and airy feel. Each guest room has mountain views and an ensuite bath. The ownerâs quarters encompass the back half of the home with convenient access to the guest areas both upstairs and down. The main floor great room enjoys two of the glorious bay windows and has a back deck that steps down to the pool area. This open-floorplan room has a kitchen at one end with locally made, custom cabinets and beautiful hardwood counters. One of the bay windows creates the dining area and the other is the sitting area. Between the two there is a stunning soapstone tulikivi wood stove, complete with wood-fired baking oven. Around the corner from the great room is a tiled garden room with a sliding door. This door leads to a small side porch under stately shade trees. On the upper floor, the ownerâs suite mirrors the two bay windows of the great room. This abundance of windows, along with the high ceilings, creates a light and airy space. The suite looks out over the pool, pastures, and Old Rag Mountain beyond and includes a sitting area and a separate office/library. The ownerâs bath features an extra-long walk-in shower and a clawfoot tub with a view of Old Rag Mountain. The convenient upper floor laundry sits between the ownerâs quarters and the guest area of the bed and breakfast. The grounds present wonderful options for pleasant diversion, from a 60-foot swimming pool, a hot tub, and a sport court, to flower gardens, several pastures, and a riding ring. Up the hill there is a secret swimming pond complete with dock and ladder. The 130-acre parcel is approximately half open pastures and half forested. Continuing your exploration beyond the swimming pond will reveal a wooded trail leading up the mountain to a hidden spring bubbling out from between boulders. Heading back down, enjoy the expansive view from the upper pasture across Kilbyâs Creek and over Belle Meade Farmâs home, grounds, and stately old barns. This beautiful property is protected by a conservation easement, conferring peace of mind and a property tax break to its owner. The adjoining parcel - Belle Meade Schoolhouse and Cottage - is also available. Please see VARP2001452

Beds:
3
Baths:
3 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,696
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP2001526
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
18.69 Acres
Year built:
1927
Courtesy: RLAH @properties, (202) 518-8781
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Welcome to Hilltop House, so private on 18.69 acres of secluded mountainside. This property has a main house and a log cabin from the mid-1700s. The cabin has a colorful history and was the original Sperryville Pike tollhouse. Later they say it served as a brothel and was dismantled and moved to Camp Hoover as part of President Hoover's mountain getaway retreat and was dismantled again and moved to its present spot. This home is ready for your finishing touches. Only about 90 minutes from downtown DC. The town has shops, a general store, a golf course and is close to many attractions. Little Washington is a few minutes away and close to Skyline Drive and Luray and wineries, breweries and other distillers. Make this your home away from home, and explore the 18+ acres. There is a pond on the property down the power easement from the cabin and other outbuildings.

Beds:
6
Baths:
5 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
7,821
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP2001486
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
7 Acres
Year built:
1914
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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Just like Old Rag Mountain, the historic Belle Meade Schoolhouse is an iconic part of the scenic F. T. Valley. Located just south of Sperryville, this spectacular building has graced the valley for about 110 years. What an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Rappahannock history. The schoolhouse was built in 1914 and served as a school until it closed in the late 1950s. The Francis Thornton Valley Road was changed over the decades and eventually the schoolhouse was too close to the road. The current owner bought it in 1998 and undertook the massive project of building a new foundation away from the road, moving the structure onto the foundation, and renovating. After 20 years as Belle Meade School, this historic structure is now ready to begin its next chapter. The schoolhouse is 5,231 sq.ft. of soaring ceilings, tall windows, and bright, airy spaces. The hallway upstairs has a clerestory cupola that invites in even more light. There are 4 large classrooms on the main level and 2 bathrooms. The original chalkboards are still in use and the wood floors are stunning. The classrooms on the west side have double doors leading out to the large back deck that overlooks the garden and mountains. The lower level opens to a huge room that has seen many school plays and even a wedding reception or two. Tables, seating and linens for 100, and dishes, glasses and flatware for 75 can be included with the sale. This room has multiple doors to the outside patios and large closets. Just off this event room is a kitchen with a 6-burner Wolf range, dish sanitizer, and triple sink making catering a breeze. Opposite the kitchen is the mudroom that leads out to the side patio. Down the hallway are the bathrooms and laundry. The exterior of the schoolhouse features poplar siding, metal roof, and ramp access from the parking area. The views are beautiful in all directions and include the peaks of Old Rag and Doubletop mountains. The 7 acre parcel also includes a 2,590 square foot cottage, built in 2010. The cottage is being used as part of the school, providing classrooms for the younger children. As part of the accessibility modifications, the tub was removed from the main floor bathroom and stored, and an access ramp was added to the back deck. The cottage has Hardie-plank type siding and a standing seam metal roof. There is a wrap-around deck and a patio, perfect for outdoor entertaining. The great room on the main level has 9 ft. ceilings, a 4-panel sliding door that opens to the deck, and a cozy fireplace. The kitchen adjoins the great room and has gorgeous cherry cabinets and granite counters. Just off the great room is a dining room with northwest mountain views. The main floor bedroom has 2 closets, with a stacked washer and dryer in one of them. Rounding out the main floor is a hall bath. The upper floor is a cozy suite with dormer windows that overlook the surrounding fields and mountains. The suite includes a full bath with a walk-in shower and a skylight. The expansive lower level has high ceilings, a glass door, and two sets of 4-panel sliding doors leading out to the patio and back yard. There is a full bath and a laundry room on this level. Because of the uniqueness of the property, the listing stats include cumulative numbers for both structures. Classrooms are considered bedrooms for reporting purposes and the sq.ft. is the total for both. This unusual property provides a unique opportunity for a new owner with creativity and vision. Will it remain a school? Will it be completely reinvented? Perhaps the schoolhouse will be modified to become a stunning, one-of-a-kind home. Or perhaps an event space, with a cottage for the manager. There are so many possibilities for how to use this historic building. School permits transfer to a new owner. A meeting with the Zoning Administrator is recommended. What will be written as the next chapter in the Belle Meade Schoolhouse story? Belle Meade Farm also available: VARP2001540

Beds:
6
Baths:
5 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
7,821
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP2001452
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
7 Acres
Year built:
1914
Courtesy: Cheri Woodard Realty
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Just like Old Rag Mountain, the historic Belle Meade Schoolhouse is an iconic part of the scenic F. T. Valley. Located just south of Sperryville, this spectacular building has graced the valley for about 110 years. What an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Rappahannock history. The schoolhouse was built in 1914 and served as a school until it closed in the late 1950s. The Francis Thornton Valley Road was changed over the decades and eventually the schoolhouse was too close to the road. The current owner bought it in 1998 and undertook the massive project of building a new foundation away from the road, moving the structure onto the foundation, and renovating. After 20 years as Belle Meade School, this historic structure is now ready to begin its next chapter. The schoolhouse is 5,231 sq.ft. of soaring ceilings, tall windows, and bright, airy spaces. The hallway upstairs has a clerestory cupola that invites in even more light. There are 4 large classrooms on the main level and 2 bathrooms. The original chalkboards are still in use and the wood floors are stunning. The classrooms on the west side have double doors leading out to the large back deck that overlooks the garden and mountains. The lower level opens to a huge room that has seen many school plays and even a wedding reception or two. Tables, seating and linens for 100, and dishes, glasses and flatware for 75 can be included with the sale. This room has multiple doors to the outside patios and large closets. Just off this event room is a kitchen with a 6-burner Wolf range, dish sanitizer, and triple sink making catering a breeze. Opposite the kitchen is the mudroom that leads out to the side patio. Down the hallway are the bathrooms and laundry. The exterior of the schoolhouse features poplar siding, metal roof, and ramp access from the parking area. The views are beautiful in all directions and include the peaks of Old Rag and Doubletop mountains. The 7 acre parcel also includes a 2,590 square foot cottage, built in 2010. The cottage is being used as part of the school, providing classrooms for the younger children. As part of the accessibility modifications, the tub was removed from the main floor bathroom and stored, and an access ramp was added to the back deck. The cottage has Hardie-plank type siding and a standing seam metal roof. There is a wrap-around deck and a patio, perfect for outdoor entertaining. The great room on the main level has 9 ft. ceilings, a 4-panel sliding door that opens to the deck, and a cozy fireplace. The kitchen adjoins the great room and has gorgeous cherry cabinets and granite counters. Just off the great room is a dining room with northwest mountain views. The main floor bedroom has 2 closets, with a stacked washer and dryer in one of them. Rounding out the main floor is a hall bath. The upper floor is a cozy suite with dormer windows that overlook the surrounding fields and mountains. The suite includes a full bath with a walk-in shower and a skylight. The expansive lower level has high ceilings, a glass door, and two sets of 4-panel sliding doors leading out to the patio and back yard. There is a full bath and a laundry room on this level. Because of the uniqueness of the property, the listing stats include cumulative numbers for both structures. Classrooms are considered bedrooms for reporting purposes and the sq.ft. is the total for both. This unusual property provides a unique opportunity for a new owner with creativity and vision. Will it remain a school? Will it be completely reinvented? Perhaps the schoolhouse will be modified to become a stunning, one-of-a-kind home. Or perhaps an event space, with a cottage for the manager. There are so many possibilities for how to use this historic building. School permits transfer to a new owner. A meeting with the Zoning Administrator is recommended. What will be written as the next chapter in the Belle Meade Schoolhouse story? Belle Meade Farm also available: VARP2001540

Beds:
1
Baths:
1 Full
Sq.Ft.:
n/a
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VARP2000140
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
372.32 Acres
Year built:
1860
Courtesy: Washington Fine Properties, LLC
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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.

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