The median home value in Deerfield, VA is $120,000.
the county median home value of $188,600.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Deerfield, VA is $120,000.
Approximately 86.77% of Deerfield homes are owned,
compared to 0% rented, while
13.24% are vacant.
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Nice lot with well and septic installed. Keep the property as your fixer-up and make a nice full time home, weekender home or hunting camp. Or demolish the home and start over. There are many choices available. This is a HUD foreclosure, case # 541-813910, the house is FHA financing uninsurable without a 203K repair loan. All properties are sold AS IS without any guarantee or warranty by seller. Upon bid acceptance buyers and buyers agent to verify all info. for utility turn on's, approval must be granted in advance from HUDâs field service manager. In cases where plumbing deficiencies exist, approval for water turn-on maybe denied.
VINTAGE FARMHOUSE ON 1 ACRE. HAS 3 BR SEPTIC AND PUBLIC WATER. FIXER UPPER THAT WOULD MAKE A GREAT INVESTMENT OR PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR A MINI-FARM AS HAMILTONS CREEK RUNS THROUGH PROPERTY. ROOM FOR LOVESTOCK! aDDITIONAL LAND AND BARNS AVAILABLE. CALL FOR DETAILS! OWNER/AGENT
Summertime FISHING/Autumn & Winter HUNTING Cabin!!! Built in 1981 on 17+ acre parcel property that backs up to NATIONAL FOREST also has a naturally occurring SPRING, a POND & bold running STREAM (Hamilton Branch)! The cabin has 3 Bedrooms & 2 Full Bathrooms on the main level along w/open Den/Dining/Kitchen area w/stone fireplace & raised hearth. The unfinished basement has wide open space for storage & workshop along w/another Full Bathroom. Also on property are additional shelters for equipment as well as outbuildings w/electricity. Site by the Silver Building (w/elec) once housed a trailer which owner rented to hunters -just waiting for you to do the same. A WONDERFUL PROPERTY
An amazing country estate, once a Stage Coach Inn housing Stonewall Jackson and General Santa Anna among others. "Oakland" has been a working cattle farm for many years, but in recent time has been used for extensive hay production. The property boast protected mountain views, over 1 mile of National Forest frontage, 2 streams and 7 different ponds/springs one of which is stocked.
Great combination of wooded and open land - plus it borders national forest. The home is in good condition, sturdy and spacious. There are hardwood floors under the carpet and believed to be in good condition. Several outbuildings and barn provide the perfect space for all of your farm storage needs. The mature trees offer an abundance of shade and the mountain views are magnificent. Tilt in windows, split bedroom floor plan, fireplace and wood stove.
This fully furnished camp sleeps 14, and is in pristine condition. The exterior is maintenance free,and features a large deck and screened-in porch, plus a emergency generator. Inside you'll find an eat-in kitchen with all the appliances, including a washer and dryer. Next you'll find an enormous great room that is 30 x 15, with a huge stone fireplace, and 60 inch TV.The great room leads to a large screened in porch for your enjoyment. the 4 bedrooms accommodate 14 people, with 2 baths, with one having a large shower. The water is heated by a Rinnia water system. Also included with the property is a one car detached garage with walk-up attic, and a workshop, and tool bldg, all in excellent condition. Also has a stream w/native trout.
***NEW PRICE*** for a potential historical project? The "Dula House" is an amazing log structure that seller says experts are native yellow pine, many of which are 19" wide. Documentation from various sources, uncovered, seems to point to as early as 1786 when the house stood at another Deerfield location, before being moved to where it stands today. Seller says experts from the Frontier Culture Museum and from Virginia Historic Resource Office, say structural clues date the house prior to 1810. The structure logs have been well preserved and hidden for nearly 100 years with siding. Bold flowing stream runs through the property.