The median home value in Glasgow, VA is $359,000.
the county median home value of $180,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Glasgow, VA is $359,000.
Approximately 53.78% of Glasgow homes are owned,
compared to 33.27% rented, while
12.95% are vacant.
Glasgow real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Picturesque Five Chimneys encompasses 187 acres of rolling pastures and a long ,peaceful stretch of Pogue Run Creek.Five Chimneys is a working cattle/horse farm located just minutes from historic Lexington. Solid brick historic home in excellent condition features Flemish bond masonry, three bedrooms, two and a half baths,a bonus room in the english style basement,two bedroom tenant house,and a restorable 1800's hand hewn log cabin. In addition the farm has a four stall stable and or two broodmare stalls with large overhangs ,riding ring,three bay equipment/machine shop, five paddocks nicely fenced with loafing sheds & water access and a three bay shed/garage located near the residence.Additional 75 acres available.
Welcome to your cottage in the hills. Just minutes from 81 with views of the mountains and surrounded by quiet forest. This 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms home boasts features like: covered porches on the front and rear, cedar lined closets, a claw foot bath tub, an amazing work space/showroom/studio with 2 adjoining offices which could double as a library, garden, storage, fireplace, landscaped, relaxing fish ponds and so much more. This home is a treasure waiting to be claimed. Elementary School is Natural bridge, Middle is Maury River and High is Rockbridge Co.
This historic Federal Style home known as Fancy Hill is located in southern Rockbridge County, Va. and has been meticulously maintained by the current owners. According to the National Register of Historic Places, it's likely that a dwelling existed on this land prior to the 1780s but the first recorded building was a five-bay brick home completed ca. 1782 . Fancy Hill is one of the seven fine brick mansions known as The Seven Hills of Rockbridge. Over the years the home has also served as a Classics school and Inn. The main level consists of 2 entry halls, Formal Living Room, Formal Din. Room, Music Room, Large EIK, Keeping Room, Enclosed Porch, and 2 Half baths. The upper level consist of 4 Bedrooms, all with Fireplaces, enclosed porch, balcony and two full baths.
Historic, Victorian Farmhouse built in 1895 by John Link, great-grandfather to current owner, Lisa Aulbach. Called The Link-Aulbach Homeplace'', the land includes @ 13 acres of gently rolling fenced pastures; a 100 X 200 riding ring, 36 X 36 stable w/4 stalls, tack rm, wash stall, 12 ft center aisle, hay loft, rubber mats, drainage stone. Gardens, shrubs and flowering trees. Pastoral views. Beautiful, wrap around porch and front entrance features the carved ''fern'', trademark of the builder's family. Re-finished original hardwood floors; pre-Civil War Era beams in the family room; original trim, much original glass. Stately rock retaining walls, stone patio and brick walkways. Significant renovations were done from 1984-1987 by the Aulbach
BIRNAM FARM, c. 1790-1810, is one of the region's earliest brick homes, well-preserved with many original features. Situated on over 57 gently rolling acres along a quiet country road only 8 mi. from Historic Lexington, Birnam Farm has been meticulously restored with original pine floors, numerous fireplaces, and detailed mill work. Setting offers dramatic Blue Ridge mountain views, mature landscaping, and period outbuildings renovated as guest quarters and office. Gorgeous board fenced pastures provide rich forage for horses and livestock with 9 total paddocks, 3 sheds, riding ring, and a large log horse barn. Gourmet kitchen and addition were completed in 2010. Adjoining 97 acre parcel available for sale.
BIRNAM FARM, c. 1790-1810, is one of the region's earliest brick homes, well-preserved with many original features. Situated on over 57 gently rolling acres along a quiet country road only 8 mi. from Historic Lexington, Birnam Farm has been meticulously restored with original pine floors, numerous fireplaces, and detailed mill work.