The median home value in Monroe,
VA is $195,000.
the county median home value of $157,000.
The national median home value is $266,648.
The average price of homes sold in Monroe,
VA is $195,000.
Approximately 71% of
Monroe homes are owned,
compared to 14% rented, while
15% are vacant.
Monroe real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Monroe real estate agent to arrange a tour
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Log home located on 18 plus acres of land. Home sits on top of mountain ridge with 360 degree views. Property sold As Is Subject to court approval. Property to convey with special warranty deed. No contingency contracts will be accepted. Contents and debris, in and on the property, at settlement convey.
Don't miss the circa 1880 Log cabin that has been moved and rebuilt on a site overlooking your own 1/2 acre spring fed pond. Enjoy the pond and mountain views from your covered front porch. Complete privacy at the end of a State maintained road. 108.363 mostly wooded acres with enough open to have a horse or farm animals. Home has chimney for a wood stove. There is a detached office/studio, Poured concrete Root Cellar, Wood Shed, 12x20 storage building and a tobacco barn. The property is in Land Use and has a conservation easement.
1,292 acres located in beautiful Amherst county, with stunning mountain views. Laurel Cliff is ideal for the buyer wanting a large tract, with no conservation easement, to create a family compound, or retreat. The land is a mix of open farm land, and hardwood forest, with numerous streams, and 2 Ponds, one of which is 8 acres . The property is further enhanced by a brick manor house, two tenant houses, and numerous barns. Located one hour south of Charlottesville, and 20 minutes from Lynchburg, this property offers great privacy, with access to good roads, and proximity to two regional airports.
This is an outdoor enthusiasts dream! One of Amherst County's finest views offered to you here! At the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains is this remodeled 1927 farm house offering the characteristics of the old style with a modern efficiency added. This home is nestled on 157 acres of country paradise. Located at the corner of High Peak Rd and Matohe Rd this farm offers pasture land for cattle or horses, already fenced and ready for you. The land runs all the way from its beautiful flowing stream near the home, up the mountain to gorgeous views. There are great trails for hiking, hunting or nature riding with horses or mountain bikes. Come see the views and history for yourself!