The median home value in Champlain,
VA is $137,500.
the county median home value of $225,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Champlain,
VA is $137,500.
Approximately 69% of
Champlain homes are owned,
compared to 17% rented, while
14% are vacant.
Champlain real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Champlain real estate agent to arrange a tour
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This beautifully maintained and preserved 2 1/2 story side-hall Federal is built upon a high English basement and sited in the midst of 204 pastoral acres, in the Occupacia Historic District. This vast area, north of Tappahannock, contains numerous historic farms and estates comprising some of the most beautiful and iconic properties in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Linden is ideally suited for use as a single family home, bed and breakfast or wedding-event venue. The main house circa 1735 (according to Essex County records) features original pine floors, staircases, moldings, mantels and more. The addition of columned exterior porches with pediemented porticos, in the 20th century, adds to the sublime elegance that is Linden. Linden is similar to Ben Lomond's original house which was constructed circa 1730 with an addition in the 1840's. The brickwork at Linden is consistent with other historic side hall manor houses built during the early and mid-18th century in Essex County, Virginia. The main house is flanked on one side by a three-bay brick carriage house which contains a large guest suite with fireplace, full bath, other amenities and two additional guest suites above. Cottage gardens, towering ancient trees, terraced lawns complete with pergola and gazeobo provide lots of options for outdoor living and celebrations. A well appointed event venue flanks the other side of the main house with apartment above.