The median home value in Vesuvius, VA is $219,500.
the county median home value of $180,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Vesuvius, VA is $219,500.
Approximately 59.96% of Vesuvius homes are owned,
compared to 9.51% rented, while
30.53% are vacant.
Vesuvius 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 Vesuvius real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Nestled between the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Appalachian Trail, high in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is your private, mountain paradise! 360 degree winter views. Adjacent to Nat'l Forest. Fenced for horses. Comfortable stable w/tack rm. Almost 2,400 sq feet of modern living, in a customized, light-filled home. Enjoy nearby Staton Falls, Mt. Pleasant & Cole Hiking Trails. Trout fish Pedlar River.Surrounded by fruit trees and flowering shrubs. 21.9 acres of rolling meadows and forested hills amidst the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. Cozy and efficient soapstone, wood-burning stove in the Great Room. Enjoy the views from the bay window off the dining area. Kitchen opens to the dining area and Great Room.
Rustic Log Home nested in the Blue Ridge Mountains on 11+ acres that borders the George Washington National Forest on South and Western side. The Blue Ridge Parkway can be seen from front and porches. Surrounded by a variety of wildlife and near the Appalachian Trail, Panther Falls, Buena Vista and historic Lexington. Constructed in 2009 by Old Virginia Log Home using hand hewn logs and timbers. Two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, separate claw foot tub room, sleeping loft, great room and country kitchen with Elmira Cook Stove and a full finished basement. The log home has a beautiful wood burning fireplace, wood stove, gas backup heat/HVAC system with remote internet controlled thermostat.
Spectacular location, with expansive views extending South to the end of the Shenandoah Valley. And only 10 miles from Lexington. Relax on your spacious covered, front porch for gorgeous sunset views. Trek into the George Washington National Forest from the communal access. Ride your horse on the Forest trails. If you want a horse, or your own chickens -- you have the land to keep them. You are not completely alone on the mountain: Cornwall Farms is a relaxed subdivision with other nature-loving home-owners enjoying the views and privacy, as well.
Ahhhh...Relaxing Rural Retreat. Cute cottage type home with wrap around porch, 4 vehicle car port, replacement windows, pine hardwood flooring, kitchen island, soapstone counter top, metal roof. Irish Creek runs thru property with a place to ford the creek to house as well as foot bridge over creek to house. Shed to house spring water tank. Enclosed porches.
Few properties offer the charm, privacy, peacefulness, stunning mountain views & the abundance of natural beauty as Still Ridge. The land is a mix of grazing land & hardwoods which make up a private valley. The main home is comprised of two log cabins adjoined to produce a modern home with spacious rooms yet maintains its original rustic charm. There are five fireplaces: one woodburning and four gas. There is also a woodstove located in the kitchen. In the basement there is a root cellar, that can also be used as a wine cellar. The guest cottage is found along a path winding near the orchard & through the gardens overlooking the pond. The pastures are fenced for cattle & horses. The bank barn has several stalls. Broad unobstructed Blue Ridge Mountain views. Easy 20 minute drive to both Lexington and Staunton. While close to the Interstate, you cannot see or hear it. This is a beautiful & extremely private farm!