The median home value in Kinsale,
VA is $310,000.
the county median home value of $180,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Kinsale,
VA is $310,000.
Approximately 48% of
Kinsale homes are owned,
compared to 12% rented, while
40% are vacant.
Kinsale real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Kinsale real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Kinsale.
This charming all brick home, surrounded by trees and fields and very close to the river, is the perfect place to rejuvenate. It boasts an open floor plan with a vaulted ceiling and gleaming wood floors, enhanced by the floor to ceiling wood burning fireplace. The large primary bedroom is on the first floor and has a huge walk-in closet. It is just steps away from a full bath and laundry. Upstairs is a large second bedroom and full bath and a loft that can be used as an office or converted to a third bedroom. A sunroom, true to it~s name, has a view of the woods on three sides and is a great place to spend the morning watching the wildlife. The 1.7 acre lot gets plenty of sun and has a huge yard, perfect for gardening. A public boat ramp and pier, a short ~ mile away, is the access to the Yeocomico River and some of the best crabbing and fishing in the world. This home, located in the historic town of Kinsale, provides a perfect haven to escape to on the weekends or live in full time with quick access to DC, just 2.5 hours away or Fredericksburg, short of 90 minutes away. Kinsale, part of Virginia~s Northern Neck, was established in 1706 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A deep water harbor, it served as a port for trade for hundreds of years. 138 Greathouse Road is built on what was originally part of the Bailey property. The Bailey~s built their home, the Greathouse, in 1667 and it continues to be occupied by descendants of the Bailey family. The cemetery located nearby is the Bailey family cemetery and is still used today. The view from 138 Greathouse Road includes a view of a working grain elevator owned by Purdue Farms, Inc. During harvest season you can see the tugboats bring in the empty barges then watch as they are filled with local grains and moved again by the tugs. Kinsale is on the Chesapeake Bay Wine trail with multiple wineries within just a couple of miles. Stratford Hall, home of the Lee family including General Robert E. Lee, is approximately 25 miles away and is a fun place to spend the day. They host multiple events open to the public. Westmoreland State Park is also about 25 miles away and is a wonderful place to swim, picnic and hike and the best part of all ~ hunting for sharks teeth and fossils that wash up on the beach. Nearby towns of Kilmarnock, Reedville, and Urbana are just a short drive and in addition to having great restaurants and shopping options, they host multiple festivals throughout the year with a focus on the incredible seafood that comes from this area. Crabs abound in the waters around Kinsale and many residents take daily trips out in their boats to crab for dinner! Come enjoy the best the Northern Neck has to offer!
Welcome home to this beautiful (almost) waterfront cottage! Sitting just a few seconds walk from the water with community access and beach, this home is perfect if you are looking for a water community home or vacation rental! From the entertaining size screened in porch to the open first floor living/kitchen area, this home is perfect for everyone to enjoy. Downstairs there are 2 spacious bedrooms that are perfect to use as the master or for bunk beds. Upstairs are 2 more bedrooms and a second full bathroom. To the right of the house is a 2+ car garage, perfect for cars or boats! Community amenities include a beach and boat slip/dock. You could rent the awesome water community home out when you are not using it so don't let this opportunity pass you by!