The median home value in Free Union,
VA is $355,000.
the county median home value of $312,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Free Union,
VA is $355,000.
Approximately 69% of
Free Union homes are owned,
compared to 19% rented, while
9% are vacant.
Free Union real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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You're going to love all that this property has to offer! The main home is 4BR/2.5BA with home office and full, unfinished basement. The metal roof is only 4 years old and the HVAC is brand new! There is also a 3BR/2 BA log cabin with a full, unfinished basement that overlooks the pond. This is perfect for guests, Air BNB or a long term rental. There are open pastures that would be perfect for your animals or growing grapes! If you don't want to use the land, you could easily rent it out. There is so much potential for this property to be income producing immediately! Enjoy all that the Free Union area has to offer with the taxes of Greene County!
Exceptionally charming cottage-style home with wonderful open spaces nestled on 25+ acres in the heart of Free Union's finest estate properties. With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, this energy efficient home is surrounded by its acreage with a lovely view and delightful setting. Geothermal heating & solar panels for electricity make this home efficient and inexpensive to own. The stable has 6 stalls, wash rack, feed and tack room with 1/2 bath and hay storage. Additional equipment shed nearby along with a natural gas whole-house generator.
Gorgeous vistas surround this original Farmhouse (built in 1878) in Western Albemarle county on 100 spectacularly scenic acres. The farmhouse, framed by mature hardwoods and perched to maximize strong Blue Ridge Mountain views, has been restored to embellish its original charm with exposed beams and original heart pine floors. Kitchen and baths have been updated and an apartment added to be used for guests. Second home is a 2006 Cape Cod with wraparound porch on a knoll at the foothill of Buck Mountain. This special property offers endless possibilities with multiple home sites, barn, silo, 2 separate dwellings and an apartment, mature hardwoods and rolling pastureland. Just 3 miles from downtown Free Union.
Elim Farm is 65 acres of quintessential W Albemarle, nestled on a knoll overlooking expansive Blue Ridge Mountain vistas. The wrap-around front porch of this Cape Cod flaunts 360-degree views of the surrounding land. Buck Mountain is the backdrop for this picturesque property, along w 2 small ponds, pasture and mature hardwoods to the rear of the property. The home was built in 2006, when several craftsman gathered materials from the area to capture the historical and cultural essence of the area. There are local pine floors throughout the 1st & 2nd levels, & fireplace/mantel crafted from an orig building on the property. Outdoor spaces maximize the SPECTACULAR views from the screened in porch, sunroom, & front porch. Multiple Division Rts
Remarkably beautiful farm at the base of the Blue Ridge in northwestern Albemarle Co. Spectacular views from multiple spots on the property, including an elevated building site with the potential for 270 degree panoramic views of the National Park and surrounding countryside. The property is improved by a stylishly rustic 3BR farmhouse with copper roof, gourmet kitchen, and original antique wood flooring, beams, and walls. There is a large and sturdy barn with 3 oversized stalls, hay storage, and potential for an apartment upstairs. Fenced for horses, there are miles of riding and hiking trails on the property. A stocked fishing pond occupies the center of the farm, and is surrounded by pasture. A very private and tranquil mtn retreat.
NEW PRICE! Absolutely magical, one-of-a-kind custom home designed for Willie Drake (Owner/Founder of Mountain Lumber) & built by Shelter with a focus on extraordinary craftsmanship + reclaimed materials including massive beams from the Studebaker Bldg No. 48. Master Suite is sunny & spacious plus enjoys mountain views from inside and from both porches. One is a private rooftop sanctuary while the second is screened - perfect as a Sleeping Porch and/or for your Peloton. Loft is a splendid get-away/home office accessed by ladder. Extraordinary built-ins throughout, hand-made brick fireplaces, Weather-shield windows, spacious laundry rm. Backyard is private yet sunny. Playhouse, Shed w/ power + concrete pond. Aggressively priced to sell now!
The Cabin at Turtle Creek is a beautiful country home set on 39.6 private acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The main house has a well-designed floor plan, including a gracious entryway, formal and informal living rooms, conservatory, library, and a spacious master suite. The grounds feature beautiful gardens, a pond, and wide mountain views. The property also includes a three-bay utility room and a circa 1790 cabin which has been meticulously restored into a 1 bedroom guest house.
Wildair Farm- A 52 acre farm set in the heart of one of Western Albemarle's most beautiful pastoral enclaves. Incredible mountain views in every direction. The rolling mix of productive pasture, towering, mature hardwoods, a bold stream and a large pond offers a diversity rarely found on a farm of this size. Owners have taken meticulous care of the land and it shows. The charming farmhouse is in good condition as are the numerous farm buildings, riding ring (100 x 200) and fencing. A rare find only 12 miles from Charlottesville and in the heart of Farmington Hunt Country with trails and excellent ride-out. Farm generates significant income through lease.
A 126 ac farm in one of Western Albemarle~s most beautiful pastoral enclave. Incredible mountain views. The rolling mix of productive pasture, towering, mature hardwoods, a bold stream, two large ponds offers a diversity rarely found on a farm of this size. The farmhouse is in good condition as are the numerous farm buildings, riding ring, fencing. A rare find only 11 miles from Charlottesville.