The median home value in Hot Springs, VA is $173,000.
the county median home value of $148,200.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Hot Springs, VA is $173,000.
Approximately 28.85% of Hot Springs homes are owned,
compared to 24.19% rented, while
46.95% are vacant.
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Nice 3 Bed/2 Bath Home conviently located near Hot Springs and the Homestead.Home features include new roof, new HVAC, Plumbing and Electric upgrades.Spacious living area with new Kitchen Cabinets,refinished Hardwoods, and main floor laundry,Garage offers a bonus room above, outbuilding with cellar area below, and a small orchard with producing apple and chestnut trees. A lot of home to offer new owners.owner/agent
Cottage on 4.41 acres 10 minutes from Hot Springs. Cottage has large kitchen with updated cabinets and appliances, some new replacement windows, wood stove, newer heat pump and well pump. Living room, kitchen, room with wood stove good for dining or den, bedrooms and full bath/laundry combo with shower and single vanity. Cottage can use some TLC - would make a good local rental property or camp. Area on ridge may be nice building spot for cabin. Several outbuildings for kennel, chickens or garden storage. Well and Septic.
This is a gracious Virginia estate of 21.2 acres. The property offers an 8,000 sq. ft. manor home of brick, resurfaced with marble chip stucco. It was originally a turn of the century farm house transformed by Thomas Fortune Ryan in 1922. Nestled in the mountains at an elevation of 2,500 ft., Maple Ridge sits adjacent to The Homestead Resort, 90 miles from Charlottesville and 160 miles from Washington, D.C. The home is surrounded by 8 acres of lawn and gardens. Amenities include a pool house, garden house, 3 car garage, with the remaining acreage in woodlands. The surrounding portion of the original estate has covenants designed to preserve the farm set- ting and designate where only three future homes could be built on the adjoining 80 ac
Home dates back to 1893, but the home has been updated in every way from double pane windows to central HVAC. Living Room has a large brick hearth with a wood stove. The ground level has porcelain tile floors from the front hallway through the kitchen and rear mudroom entrance. Other rooms are carpeted. The mudroom has four large closets for plenty of storage. The ground floor master bedroom has remodeled bath with separate tub and tiled shower with steam. Kitchen has dark granite countertops and tiled backsplash that enhances the natural beauty of the cherry cabinets. The kitchen has a central island with double stainless steel sinks and a bar top counter open to the dining room.
Beautifully restored this log home was originally built circa 1780-1810 and expanded upon in 2004. This private retreat spans more than 30 pristine acres while the property borders a 9,000 acre Nature Conservancy and the George Washington National Forest. Repositioned from one end of Bath County to its current location atop Warm Springs Mountain, this structure also underwent an extensive restoration. Since completed, the home retained its original limestone foundation, hand-hewn logs, ceiling beams and stone chimney. In addition to the revival of the original home, a separate home was built aside it to expand and complement the historic log home. The two homes were thoughtfully and harmoniously designed, to become one. This home features a vintage style kitchen, family room, dining room, plus two more bedrooms, two stone fireplaces, one and half baths plus an outdoor shower and additional great room. Multiple outdoor/screen porches and spaces for relaxing and stargazing with friends and family. Just a short drive away is the Village of Hot Springs and the Omni Homestead Resort which offers year-round activities at your doorstep.
North Ridge is a private community of 50 homes built by The Homestead Hotel along their Old Course gold course on the hotel's grounds in Hot Springs. The monthly dues covers all grounds and road maintenance, and snow removal. The homeowner is responsible for the home exterior. The HOA owns and maintains the garage for the homeowners deeded use.
The owners of Maple Ridge Farm cut off a private corner of the farm for a sister. This is that spot: close to town, but totally unseen. The elevated eastern exposure gives the house a beautiful view across and north up the Warm Springs Valley where most of the view is perpetually protected as The Nature Conservancy's 11,000 acre Warm Springs Mountain Preserve. The home offers easy use and low maintenance requirements. Perfect four season second home or full time residence.
This home is unseen from the road, but easy to access by a paved drive. The hilltop location offers a 360 degree view of a 4000' mountain that is forever protected from development by The Nature Conservancy. To the west the mountain is protected by a Virginia Outdoors Foundation easement preventing any development. Total privacy and a protected view. The location looks north to The Homestead Resort property 1/4 mile away. The home was designed to be very simple to utilize for weekend use or as a primary residence. All of The Homestead's amenities are close at hand and available for public use, or an enhanced access by Homestead Golf & Tennis Club membership available with this property.; two golf courses, tennis, ski slope, pools, spa, etc
In 2007 this home underwent a complete renovation that included the addition of the best appliances, trim and window selections. Beautiful marble for all counter tops. All new kitchen cabinets, beautiful interior stone work added to several walls. Dining room expansion that opens into a living room with 16 tall windows bringing the scenic outdoors inside. Fireplaces were added to the breakfast area and living room: there are fireplaces in the dining room and master bedroom as well.
Distinguished home faces The Homestead south lawn presents an impressive mix of tradition & innovation, over 5300 SF on 4 finished levels. The 1925 3-story brick presents original woodwork, wide staircase, oak floors & thick plaster walls. An extensive 1991 addition produced a gourmet kitchen, family room, deluxe 1000 SF Master Suite on the second floor + a private basement apartment. Finished attic w/ 3 rooms for recreation and storage. Updates have continued over the years including NEW state of the art new heat pumps, propane fireplace inserts & major appliances plus painting and caulking the exterior. Attached garage & 2 huge carports, 2 spaces together offer parking for up to 9 vehicles and boats. Fully fenced back yard.