The median home value in Hot Springs,
VA is $207,500.
the county median home value of $135,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Hot Springs,
VA is $207,500.
Approximately 42% of
Hot Springs homes are owned,
compared to 24% rented, while
33% are vacant.
Hot Springs real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Private mountain retreat Nestled in beautiful, quiet and unhurried Bath County, Virginia. Adjacent to The Omni Homestead Resort, this 6,000 sq. ' 5 bedroom 5.5 bath Southern Living custom craftsman Homestead Preserve property offers breathtaking mountain views and country club living. Features include all oak hardwood flooring, a chef's kitchen with large dine-in island, first floor master wing boasting a private study and morning porch, great room with 22' stone fireplace, 3 additional fireplaces, oversized attached garage with storage and an open floor plan perfect for entertaining.
Encompassing 569ac, this property occupies the western flank of Warm Springs Mtn & has been carefully managed to enhance the natural beauty & resources of the Alleghany Highland environs. The mile drive brings you to mtn meadow at an elevation of 2,600ft & to the improvements. The views of the valley & mtns in every direction are breathtaking.The property climbs in elevation to 3,200ft, the highest point in Alleghany Co. Surrounded by large parcels & sharing a border with the George Washington National Forest, this recreational and hunting property offers privacy and protection from the outside world.It includes Warm River Cave, the largest of its type in the US. Improvements: 2BD 1BA, Cottage; 2, 2BD, 1BA cottages; 3BD,2BA home; 2 barns
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.