The median home value in Millwood,
VA is $280,000.
the county median home value of $337,300.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Millwood,
VA is $280,000.
Approximately 63% of
Millwood homes are owned,
compared to 20% rented, while
15% are vacant.
Millwood real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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A 1951 Cottage with a three-level addition built in 2006. LOTS of CUSTOM TOUCHES and EXTRAS. FULLY REMODELED. BUILT FOR A BUILDER BY A BUILDER. 6 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms. The Kitchen has a walk-in pantry, dual-fuel range w/gas cook top & electric ovens. Quartz countertops, a large deep sink. Wood flooring throughout. Bright daylight Walk-out Basement has a separate entrance and could be used as guest space or a complete granny suite as itâs fully equipped with kitchenette, bedroom, living room and closets. A custom-built garden shed at the back of the property can store tools, garden or sporting equipment. This house is designed for ENERGY EFFICIENCY and LOW OPERATING COSTS. Well insulated, low maintenance exterior, double pane windows, and uses a top of the line geothermal heat pump for heating and cooling. Main floor: Master Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom; Kitchen, Dining Room; Living Room; a Bedroom/home office; Full Bath; Den/Guest Bedroom; Laundry. The side porch opens to a Mudroom. Second floor: two Bedrooms; Full Bath; an open common area currently used as a library. WALK to Locke Store, The Buttery, Post Office, Historic Burwell Morgan Mill & Cunningham Chapel Parish. Easy access to public and private schools, shopping, wineries, breweries, and the rural lifestyle of beautiful Clarke County. Only 5 minutes to the State Arboretum of Virginia, and 10 minutes to Sky Meadows State Park. Highlights: Custom Kitchen cabinets - Alder wood; Quartz countertops; large double sink; Stainless steel appliances; side-by-side Refrigerator; Dishwasher; Jenn Air Gas Stove, Electric Double Ovens; Tambour in kitchen; Walk-in Pantry; Custom wood work over stove/oven; 82 gallon water tank; 400 amp
This 4,827 square foot 5 Bedroom Home is Impressive to say the least and is much larger than it appears from curbside first glance! The All-Brick 18 room home built in 1987, decorated with a French Colonial flair, is situated on 5.48 Acres within a dual Iron Gate Entrance, providing more than enough Individual Privacy Space and or offers Guest Entertainment at its finest. Distinctive Unique Features are carried throughout - from exposed Brick Walls, Impressive High Cathedral Open Beamed Ceilings, Four Separate Dining areas, 3 wood-burning Brick Fireplaces, a Sun-filled Solarium, an Interesting Spiral Staircase leads to a Study Loft located directly above the Grand Library / Music Hall which has enough Built-In shelving to host thousands of books, to the cozy wood paneled Family Rm just off of the Gourmet Kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances. The Laundry room is conveniently located on the main level as well as 2 half baths near garage and workshop side entrances. Upon a walk about, the graceful rolling topography and mature English Gardens seem endless. One feels like they are visiting a Virginia Historic Planation. For those with a green thumb, the quaint Garden Shed is the perfect place to start new plantings or store much needed lawn supplies. Note: All 5.48 Acres back to Conservation Land! Bring your Pets and Horses. Barn / Stable on site- 2 separate fenced paddock areas- both sides nicely shaded for those hot summer days. The over-sized attached 3 Car Garage offers additional equipment storage and auto protection from the elements. The circular asphalt driveway allows for 12+ vehicle guest parking safely off street. The Conservation Pastoral and Mountain Views are calling. Quiet and Pristine. Shenandoah/ Rec Parks nearby. Strong Internet for those who work or "teach" these days from home. This Fabulous Home and Location is second to none. A Home to take Pride In! We do ask that all take COVID Precautions and safety measures during scheduled tours of home. If you have any questions- please feel free to reach out. Listing Agent- Nan Flock with ReMax Select Properties- 703-399-1266
Set on more than 121 acres of scenic countryside, the beautiful and secluded Mt Airy Farm is the embodiment of a what a country estate should be. Located within close proximity to the Blue Ridge Hunt Point to Point, Millwood Country Club, Sky Meadows State Park, the Virginia State Arboretum, Carter Hall and many other properties of historical significance, the estate is near to the antique stores, restaurants and amazing horse riding country for which historic Millwood is known. Signaled from the road only by an elegant stone and iron gate, the farm reveals itself only from a long and winding drive. It offers a regal main home plus an income-producing stable with 14 stalls, large ring, pastures with water and run-ins, as well as two cottages and a kennel, all set among gently rolling hillsides and mature, towering hardwoods. Built in 1850, impeccably maintained, Colonial-style main residence boasts all the cherished features of historic properties such as hardwood floors, custom millwork and moldings, a gracious staircase, high ceilings and large windows with approximately 6,275 square feet. A sophisticated venue for entertaining, the stately foyer welcomes guests to a grand fireplace and leads to a large hall for dining and mingling. French doors open from every main level room to the wrap-around porch with sumptuous views of the mountains and pool. Everyday life is enhanced by a library with wood paneling and built-in shelving, a cigar lounge with wet bar, and comfortable living room and sun room. An inviting, south and east facing master suite with fireplace, generous secondary bedrooms, a circular drive and attached garage are further highlights. With ample square footage to house multiple generations of family members, as well as the potential to generate substantial monthly income, this timeless estate is a unique opportunity and a solid long-term investment. With its private, but sophisticated location and extraordinary views, the timeless value of this property is undeniable. This beautiful estate will become the iconic residence of its next owner.
Rare offering Historic "Carter Hall". This classic Southern plantation estate has been home and host to some of America's greatest citizens. Built by Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Burwell circa 1797. Owned and renovated in the 1930's by the Lambert Family. The "Flying Staircase" was built during the Lambert's time and was designed by Architect, Harrie Lindeberg. This is the third and final staircase which has become the stunning centerpiece in the Great Hall. Carter Hall was the childhood home of Rachel "Bunny" Lambert Mellon. Bunny Mellon's touches are evident throughout Carter Hall and the grounds where her greenhouse remains. Carter Hall has over 14,000 square feet of finished space on 3 levels including and commercial kitchen on the lower level. Antique touches remain throughout the manor home including a working dumb waiter in the main level service kitchen, built-in secret cupboards, brass door knobs and locks with original skeleton keys, bubble glass windows and much more. Step through the front door and step back in time. The glorious limestone manor house commands sweeping views of the Shenandoah mountains with protected view sheds. Flanked by two dependency stone buildings, one the original school house for the property, and the other served as the kitchen house. Now, both are charming guest houses. The carriage house was converted into a suite of rooms with a relaxation room and kitchenette along with 11 bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms. There are 4 stone cabins in impeccable condition, used as guest cottages. You will find a total of 14 buildings on 87 acres outlined with stacked stone walls, century old trees and timeless gardens and landscapes. Stunning architecture has been well preserved and maintained. The property, currently used for meetings and conferences, can accommodate up to 42 overnight guests. The administration building was added in the 1980's. It has 26,000 square feet on 3 levels. There is additional finished office space in the former stables. All of the historic buildings were built circa 1797. Three more small wooden outbuildings were added behind Carter Hall in the 1930's. Carter Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. Clarke County zoning allows 3 more building sites (DUR's) on the property. Current zoning is agricultural/residential with a special exception permit for the current use. A truly unique and historic opportunity.