The median home value in Saxe,
VA is $73,078.
the county median home value of $48,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Saxe,
VA is $73,078.
Approximately 60% of
Saxe homes are owned,
compared to 21.5% rented, while
18% are vacant.
Saxe real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Saxe real estate agent to arrange a tour
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Beautiful farm with flexible amount of acreage and two homes. Original 1890's home completely renovated in mid 1990's. Log home built in late 1990's. Main house has hardwood throughout, new HVAC, oversized attached garage, huge master with large walk in closets and master bath. Set well back off road with board fenced pastures. two large spring fed ponds. large newer barns and old original log barns. 1500sq ft log home perfect for caretaker, in-law or guests.
3.79 acres with easy commute to South Boston, Chase City, Keysville & Charlotte C.H. Out-of-state owner says "SELL". 3 bedrooms, living room w/fireplace, kitchen w/large dining area, 2 full baths & utility room. Call today for your private viewing.
Serenely situated on a rise overlooking the tiny village of Saxe on the Little Roanoke River, Sylvan Hill is a majestic, 6,880 sf Queen Anne treasure that incorporates earlier portions built in 1785 and 1890 by a prominent Virginia family. With two full floors above an English bmnt and a fanciful tower with a single chamber affording sweeping views of the countryside, the fully restored house has 5 BRs, 4 full baths and 10 FPs. The lower level, which opens to a brick terrace, has a BR, full bath, expansive eat-in kitchen, and family room. On the main floor are dining room, front and rear parlors, a second kitchen, full bath, and a central hall opening to broad front and rear porches. On the second floor are 4 BRs and 2 full baths. But, wait! What’s this? A twisted flight of steps leads to the tower, ideal for office or playroom. Above it: A floored attic for storage and evidence of the home’s evolution over 233 yrs. The 10-acre tract includes a handsome 5-car garage ornamented with a cupola and clerestory roof. From 1901-1913, Sylvan Hill was a Virginia State Test Farm. Could its next chapter include organic farming, orchards, a vineyard, B&B, wedding venue or horses?