The median home value in Howardsville,
VA is $219,000.
the county median home value of $111,539.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Howardsville,
VA is $219,000.
Approximately 65% of
Howardsville homes are owned,
compared to 17% rented, while
18% are vacant.
Howardsville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Over 3000 FSF Beautiful Country Ranch Home, Kitchen with Custom Ceramic Tile Floor, & Hickory Cabinets. Spacious delight for any Chef, Outfitted with Plenty of Counter Space & Built' in Breakfast Bar. Dining & Living Areas flow wonderfully together which adds Enjoyment to Entertaining of Family & Friends. Split Bedroom Design allows Privacy for Family or Guest. Basement is a full time Entertainment Center or create a space for Extended Family. Basement has Theater Room, Billiards Room, Work-out Room & Two Living Rooms as well as a 1/2 Bath. 14.95 Acres of privacy & mixed acreage. Plenty of room for Gardening & bring your Special Critters. Acreage has Blend of Wooded, Open & meandering Stream. Abundant Wildlife and Natural planting.
This impeccable 4 bedroom is on 5 acres of beautiful land in Nelson County. Gorgeous Kitchen boasts granite countertops, reclaimed wood floor, and breakfast bar- step onto the adjacent deck to enjoy mountain views! Vaulted ceilings in the open living/dining/kitchen area give the home a light and airy feel. Master bathroom has shower, granite counter, and luxurious soaking tub. Ceiling fans throughout keep the home cool in the summer. Lower level houses a fourth bedroom, huge rec room, and laundry. Enjoy the basketball court and spacious garage in the backyard. Private access to the Rockfish river for fishing and kayaking!
Sandersdale c.1749 is a delightfully charming Colonial-era home steeped in history and antiquity, yet comfortably updated and expanded for modern living. Here you will find wide pine floors, exposed brick walls, fireplaces with original mantels, clapboard siding and a standing-seam metal roof. Double-galleried porch faces the river. Local materials include Buckingham slate floors on the lower level, unique Kyanite counters and backsplash, and an Alberene soapstone hearth in the dining room. The yard is terraced and beautifully landscaped, and there is covered parking and a storage building. Located in Howardsville, at the confluence of the James and Rockfish rivers, a small village with a strong sense of history and community.