The median home value in Pamplin,
VA is $77,000.
the county median home value of $160,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Pamplin,
VA is $77,000.
Approximately 68.5% of
Pamplin homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
14% are vacant.
Pamplin real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Pamplin real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Pamplin.
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There is great potential in this brick ranch home with a full unfinished, walkout basement set on a mature 1.321 AC lot located at the end of a state maintained road. Your handyman skills will be needed to address the damaged and neglected components such as the water heater, pressure tank/switch, oil furnace and the various cosmetic touches. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, eat in kitchen and plenty of outdoor space. Being sold AS IS, but would be a perfect candidate for a renovation type loan! Unfortunately it will not qualify for traditional financing in its current condition.
After 200 years of existence, Fort Hill still offers the same history and charm of the original days. It combines the quiet peace and gentility of early America with natural beauty in the gracious Colonial home restored in the manner of Williamsburg. Circa 1815.
The main house is an all Brick Georgian with ballast brick set in flemish bond, English box-lined walk-ways nestled in the hills of Prince Edward County minutes from Hampden-Sydney College. The 288 acre property offers multiple out buildings, a restored living quarters (hunting lodge) with two floors, a three-car garage with a guest suite above, brick smoke house, shed and horse stable.
The property is a rare hunting retreat with over fifty hunting blinds, endless types of wildlife, open fields suitable for livestock or horses, established pond with abundant fish and waterfowl. A portion of the land is planted with loblolly pine, and the balance is wooded in native pine and hardwood, making a haven for deer, turkeys and small game. A large creek and other streams meander through this history-laden plantation.