The median home value in Goshen, VA is $142,000.
the county median home value of $180,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Goshen, VA is $142,000.
Approximately 62.33% of Goshen homes are owned,
compared to 20.93% rented, while
16.74% are vacant.
Goshen real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you're interested in, contact a Goshen real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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* Quiet and serene getaway * Can be used as a short term rental property * Great hunting - deer, bear, turkeys, squirrel etc. * Many walking, hiking, 4-wheeling, or horseback riding trails * Shooting range area on property * Stream on property * Located 7.5 miles from Goshen Pass and less than 2 miles from Casta-line trout farm * Located within walking distance of state forest * Located approx. 25 miles from Historic downtown Staunton Va. - home of the Blackfriars Shakespeare Theater, many restaurants and shops. * Approximately 25 miles from Lexington, VMI, W&L and Stonewall Jackson House and many other sites. Enlisted Auctions is licensed and bonded Va Auction Firm #866
Exceptional value with plenty of room to spread out on a beautiful one acre lot. The huge family room will welcome guests and make it so easy to entertain since it is open to the kitchen. You will love the butler's pantry which offers so much storage room. The main floor master bedroom and main floor laundry are also a plus! The replacement windows have a transferable warranty, the roof is fairly new, there are several storage buildings, plus fresh paint - inside and out.
Remarkable property just outside the town of Goshen. Property is fully fenced nearly 52 acres, has a magnificent Cabin with wrapped porch, Bath, and small Kitchen. Storage shed beside. Up the hill we find a workshop and Bunkhouse for guests. Open area features pasture and approximately 3000 Christmas trees at various stages. Timber is mostly Hardwood and of value now. This property also ties into the National Forrest making it a hunters dream property. Why buy more land when Uncle Sam is providing it right beside you for the cost of a permit. This property is truly amazing and could be the ultimate retreat, part of a hunting guide service, a cabin rental, or that dream place to build your home.
Small farm with simple, comfortable home. Great mountain views! Electrical service has been upgraded to 200 amps, plus there is a generator. Fenced pasture with a spring, pond & outbuildings. Suitable for all types of livestock. Plenty of room for gardening, chickens, etc. There is a second septic system on the property (formerly used for a mobile home that has been removed). Owner financing possible; terms negotiable.
This property used to be a commercial business but it was converted into a residence. It needs a lot of TLC. It has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. There is a 42'x17' storage building, 6'x8' storage building, and a 2 car detached garage.
Castlewood Park was built with radiant heated marble and solid mahogany floors, 10 foot ceilings, and top quality features through out. The home is at the end of a half mile drive through park, with view of Little North Mountain to the East and Great North Mountain to the west. It is a half hour's drive from Staunton and Lexington and less than an hour to the Homestead and the Greenbrier. Borders million-acre George Washington National Forest. 5 miles from 4,000 acre Goshen Scout Camp with 400 acre lake.
Property has strong stream and small pond offering a good water source. Rolling open pastures. Long road frontage and adjoins National forest at rear of property offering abundant hunting area. Property has power line easement through property. Long driveway offering privacy. Located between Staunton and Lexington. Approx. 30 minutes from Virginia Horse Center.