The median home value in Raphine, VA is $219,000.
the county median home value of $180,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Raphine, VA is $219,000.
Approximately 59.48% of Raphine homes are owned,
compared to 15.45% rented, while
25.07% are vacant.
Raphine 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 Raphine real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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VIEWS, VIEWS, VIEWS! Sit on your back porch and soak in the beautiful mountain views! This three bedroom brick ranch features features an updated furnace with central air, new windows, and a wood burning fireplace with a wood stove insert. Just a little cosmetic updating with make this your dream home for years to come! The detached garage/shop is an extra bonus for all of your equipment and toys! Priced to sell!
Magnificent views on both sunny and rainy days, pastoral setting in Raphine waiting for you to just be amazed and content. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is a 2010 model modular home on .216 acres yet the surrounding acreage does not impede on your space. Privacy is certain. Come take a look!
This one-of-a-kind mini estate includes a quality-built custom 3,000 square foot Cape Cod style home with 3 bedrooms, 4 baths and an oversized two car attached garage. A separate barn style building has 3 stories with farm implement storage on the lower level, a 3 car Garage on the ground level and a 660 square foot furnished apartment on the 2nd floor. 38 beautiful acres of woods and pasture land are included with the house. An additional 50 acres of pasture land with seperate well and water trough is also available.
This unique property boasts two houses and one garage formerly used as a gas station and video store. Square footage and details describe the two story property. The other smaller house has 659 finished square feet with a 593 square feet unfinished basement. Both houses have previously been rented for $575 per month. The smaller one presently has a tenant who will be moving upon the sale of the property. Another detached aluminum shed could be used for storage.
Country Cottage with lots of updates!!! Nestled in the pines, this quaint home features updates too numerous to list. You must see to appreciate! Country living at its best and priced to suit nearly anyone's budged. Situated on 1 acre in Riverheads district, call today for more details!
Uniquely designed Circa 1910 home. Several ornate fireplace mantels & flues. Home has majority of its original trim and woodwork. Most woodwork is natural. 2nd floor is not used, needs remodeling. Wrap-Around porches. 2 wells. Large Bank barn w/elec. & water, 2 Stalls in lower level. Several other outbuildings. 3 paddock areas, small spring fed stream. Long road frontage. Stainless Outside Wood furnace is current heat source. Propane furnace in basement can be reconnected.
Take a step Back in time to over 100 years! A member of the famous McCormick family built this Victorian farmhouse in the mid 1800âs. John, a cousin to Cyrus, would accommodate potential European customers who would tour the nearby farm & equipment. In the European manor, each bedroom has a sink. Now the home is completely remodeled & currently used as a Bed & Breakfast. Sure to please with the gourmet kitchen, lots of living space and history! Watch the sunrise over the Blue Ridge Mountains or the lightening bugs as you walk through the gardens at twilight. Stroll beneath the shady maples and stop at one of the seating areas and take in the peacefulness of the mountains. Enjoy the in-ground pool. TRULY THE OPPORTUNITY YOU'VE BEEN SEEKING
Steeles Fort is a classic Shenandoah Valley stone farmhouse built in 1754 with additions in 1777 and 1812. With 2 foot thick stone walls, multiple fireplaces, some original woodwork and flooring intact, and an attached 18thC log cabin, this property is a worthy candidate for a high-quality restoration project. Broad front porch enjoys views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The land is nicely rolling and predominately open, with good grazing, hay, or row crop potential. There are several stunning building sites with mountain views. Transitional zoning and public utilities onsite allow for residential development. Located 20 minutes north of Lexington, 20 minutes south of Staunton, in Rockbridge Co. Priced below appraisal.
Rare find. Pre Civil War 2 Story Farm house (Circa 1850) ready for restoration. Lots of its original trim and wood work in place. Home has replacement windows, updated electric service. Original limestone foundation.