The median home value in Monterey, VA is $151,600.
the county median home value of $143,900.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Monterey, VA is $151,600.
Approximately 54.69% of Monterey homes are owned,
compared to 13.28% rented, while
32.03% are vacant.
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This Townhouse is located in a meadow in Town of Monterey. The finishes in the house include warm golden oak flooring, solid oak wood doors, tongue/groove wood on accent walls, ceramic tile flooring in the laundry room, kitchen, and bath rooms. Fresh paint throughout the interior, upgrades to kitchen and bathrooms, wood flooring free from damage, an appealing open floor plan, cathedral ceilings, all make this house ready to move-in for the family looking for a special place in Town at an excellent price. The outdoor decking, porch, patio areas provide enjoyment from spring to fall.
Looking for the perfect "getaway'? Listen to the birds, smell the wind, see the stars without any light pollution and RELAX without cell service! Super desirable cabin with all the peace and quiet you are looking for. Features, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath, large kitchen, hand stacked stone fireplace, hardwood floors. Enjoy the front and back porch all the hours of the day or night. You will also find a separate pavilion with fire pit, horseshoe pits etc. Must have 4X4 or high clearance vehicle to access property. Do not go while snow is on ground or coming down.
This cedar sided house has one bedroom, full bath, open floor plan from the kitchen, dining, sitting room all open to the warm flickering of the wood burning fireplace on the ground floor. A few steps to a master bedroom w/ a walk in closet and second roomy closet and full bathroom. Master bedroom is located over the full sized garage. The garage also has heat, half bath, with poured concrete flooring. The house has an oil fired furnace and a second wood fueled furnace outside, either method the house stays cozy and warm. The fireplace has a wood insert for now that could return to an open fire.
317 acre grazing farm with a well preserved 1800s Highland County farmhouse with beautiful oak and chestnut woodwork. The main level of the home has the typical twin parlor design with fireplaces in each living room: one for guest, the other for family use. There is a large dining room with built-in china cabinets, a den or ground level bedroom, and a full bath. The kitchen has a large pantry and cold storage room on the north side. Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms and a full bath. One of the bedrooms is a large master with views over the orchard below the house. The home has several small dependencies set up for additional sleeping accommodations, two barns, equipment shed and cinderblock shop and office. The home site was chosen because it r
Home would make a excellent HUNTING CLUB/CAMP, weekend retreat or year round home with plenty of hunting and fishing. Located in a conservation easement with some marketable timber. Approximately 100 ares of open land and 767 acres wooded on Little Mountain. 60'x36' lodge and 23.6'x36' garage with heat and ac and 2 over sized garage doors 12'x10' and automatic opener. Garage is finished and insulated except floor with 12' high ceiling, counter with cabinets, shelves and sink. Gravel entrance driveway. Must Ford the river but easy to do unless water is up. Utility room with work counter, concrete patio with view of mountains, no maintenance metal home with metal roof. Stone fireplace with gas logs and place to mount TV.
Custom built home located in the peaceful secluded area of Big Valley in Highland County. Custom cherry sap wood cabinets, locust flooring, built in oven, microwave, refrigerator, drawer style dishwasher, electric stove top in island, solid Corian surfaces, pantry. Living room has vaulted ceilings and locust flooring. Open floor plan, dining room couples as a TV room w/locust wood flooring, small built in wood stove surrounded by stone and steel wood box. 520 sq. ft. outdoor decking. Water treatment system, oil fired furnace, wood furnace, extra bedroom in basement 30 species of trees, bushes, perennials in the yard. Nearly 20 acres of forest.
This classic Victorian has fondly been named the "painted lady" following the carefully placed paint variations on the house, garage, fence, and bridge. Color is a wonderful addition to this 1907 house which has added distinction and character to the property. Inside you will findÂ nicely maintained vintage decor. The large rooms easily accommodate family and friends. Â The kitchen is large, handy to the laundry room/pantry. With extensive cabinetry, stainless appliances, laminate flooring, updated lighting this kitchen is large enough for two cooks. The family room w/full bath, was added later with skylights, vaulted ceiling, fireplace, doors that open to the large relaxing deck. The sun room has floor to ceiling glass sliding doors.
Nice small mid-sized property that can be hard to find in Highland County. Close to town for convenience but out in the country enough for some privacy. Enough rooms for you to roam around a bit or for pets and a few animals. Neighbor has active small horse farm. Nice pond, views. House is roomy but not huge.
Settled in 1790, and known as the œjewel of the Blue Grass Valley, Dividing Waters Farm is nestled between Monterey Mountain to the east and Lantz Mountain to the west. Located in Highland County, Virginia's Little Switzerland, this property rises as high as 3800+ feet with plenty of crisp, pure mountain air, and provides the perfect location for cattle and sheep farming with lush pastures and meadows. On the market for the first time in seven generations, Dividing Waters presents a rare opportunity to own a Virginia Century farm. This designation means the farm is inhabited and/or farmed by a descendant of the original owner, has been in the same family for at least 100 years.
Settled in 1790, and known as the œjewel of the Blue Grass Valley, Dividing Waters Farm encompasses 875 +/- acres of fertile valley nestled between Monterey Mountain to the east and Lantz Mountain to the west. Located in Highland County, Virginia's Little Switzerland, this property rises as high as 3800+ feet with plenty of crisp, pure mountain air, and provides the perfect location for cattle and sheep farming with lush pastures and meadows. On the market for the first time in seven generations, Dividing Waters presents a rare opportunity to own a Virginia Century farm. This designation means the farm is inhabited and/or farmed by a descendant of the original owner, has been in the same family for at least 100 years.
This 90 acre offering is one part of the historic Dividing Waters Farm in the beautiful Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia. It includes a two-unit apartment building, multiple farm buildings, fields and pasture and is located north of US 250 and west of Rt. 640. The apartment building (made of log, the oldest building on the property) is located on the corner of 250 and 640 and consists of one 3-bedroom, 2-bath unit and a second 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath unit. Additional buildings include a large horse barn with working shop, dairy barn, silo, commercial poultry house, and hay and equipment barns. There are approximately 40 acres of land that have been cultivated in corn and alfalfa since at least the 1950âs.
This 40 acre offering is one part of the historic Dividing Waters Farm in the beautiful Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia. It includes an 8 bedroom manor house with accompanying buildings, a country store, a fenced in former orchard and a large meadow with a barn, pond and creek and is located south of US 250 and west of Rt. 640. The bright, sun-filled home was constructed from 1913-1918 mostly from wood found on the farm. The manor is in excellent condition, has been well maintained, and features 15 large rooms with high ceilings, a multitude of windows including bay windows, lovely original woodwork, wood floors throughout, three fireplaces, nine original mantles, a large wraparound porch and spectacular views in all directions.
Located on Main Street in the town of Monterey, this brick ranch is within walking distance of the local banks, restaurants, post office and stores. Step out of the yard onto the local public walking trail for a mile stroll by the public swimming pool and local schools. Recent updates include refinished wood flooring, updated kitchen and full bath and fresh paint. A vinyl sided addition adds a master bedroom suite with exterior door and a carport. Full unfinished basement adds storage as well as an additional laundry hook-up. Views of the valley and mountains can be enjoyed from the back yard of this home. Move-in condition Owner/Agent
This property is conveniently located on a hill in the Town of Monterey. Walk to the bank, post office, restaurants, and public library. Meet new friends, neighbors and enjoy a daily mile walk on the community trail which skirts past the public swimming pool, schools, dollar general store, and post office. This brick ranch also has a breeze way to an over-sized two car garage. Extra storage or recreation area could be developed in the 600 sq. ft. unfinished space in the basement where another bathroom is installed. With the forest close by there is an abundance of migrating song birds, as well as neighborhood birds for your bird feeders and enjoyment. Public water/sewer, paved drive, composite shingle roof, wood burning fireplace.
PRICE REDUCED This 1904 jewel on nearly an acre of land has construction quality that will enable someone to recreate this beautiful home. A new standing seam tin roof protects her from the weather as does the stone and cinder-block foundation. Hardwood flooring, oak mill work, built in cabinetry, a stone fireplace, add character from the era. Oil fueled furnace, washer and dryer in the basement. On Spruce St. in Monterey this house is located close to the newly renovated Highland Center and within walking distance to the library, post office, courthouse and amenities of Town. Public water/sewer. Large work shop with two storage rooms.
Unspoiled mountain land, 3,700 ft. elevation at property, latitude 38.246976, longitude -79.722927,several miles on CCC road from Rt. 220. Remote location, no thru traffic travel. The long road on the property is maintained by owner. The road to the gate is shared maintenance. Heat at the cabin is furnished with wood stove. Cabin about 90% finished, has 3 bedroom septic installed. No electric service installed at this time and is about 1 mile away. No water developed. Current owner carries water to the property and has a gasoline powered generator which operates refrigerator and lights. Kitchen range/gas