The median home value in Woodleaf,
NC is $90,000.
the county median home value of $116,442.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Woodleaf,
NC is $90,000.
Approximately 70% of
Woodleaf homes are owned,
compared to 20% rented, while
10% are vacant.
Woodleaf real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Woodleaf real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Woodleaf.
Looking for that quiet country setting in the West Rowan area? This is the home for you! Located in popular Covington Heights subdivision, this home offers lots of charm & character. With 1,500 sf, this 3 BR, 2 bath home offers an open floor plan w/cozy living area opening up to Kitchen and dining. Lots of counter space/cabinets, pantry & eat in bar offered in kitchen. Dining and foyer offers hardwood flooring. Master BR offers large master closet & bath w/stand alone shower, double vanity and garden tub.
Stunning farmhouse with loads of upgrades. Nestled on 13.79 acres. This unique property offers 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. With abundant bonus space to convert to your own personal needs. The kitchen boast with stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, 42 in upper cabinetry, built ins and recessed lighting. A gorgeous master bedroom with fireplace and spa like master bathroom. This home offers ample closets and storage space throughout. Low maintenance metal roof, outbuilding and a deck.
Custom 5/4 Home, 4500+/-sqft of living space on 5 acres (addâl 400+ acreage & historic barn available w/ acceptable offer) Picturesque view off of balcony over Beaver Dam Creek. Vaulted ceilings in main living area & kitchen. Granite countertops throughout, SS appliances, gourmet gas stove on Kitchen island w/ Breakfast bar. Home for a Natural Light Lover, Extremely Spacious and built for Entertaining. Master Suite has Private Balcony, & Jetted Tub. Only the Finest for this House! (See agent only remarks)