The median home value in Shenandoah,
VA is $156,250.
the county median home value of $230,000.
The national median home value is $266,648.
The average price of homes sold in Shenandoah,
VA is $156,250.
Approximately 65% of
Shenandoah homes are owned,
compared to 24% rented, while
10% are vacant.
Shenandoah real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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SPLIT LEVEL HOME WITH MOUNTAIN VIEWS in QUAINT TOWN OF SHENANDOAH! GREAT Investment Opportunity! Home Features Three Ample Sized Bedrooms w/ Fan and Lighting Fixtures, Closets & Carpeted Floors. Hallway Full Bathroom w/ Tub/Shower Combo. Family Room and Open Dining Room w/ Fan and Lighting Fixture w/ Adjacent Corner Kitchen. Huge Unfinished Walk-Out Basement w/ Endless Potential! On Great Corner Lot!
Come build your dream home, subdivide options are available with application to zoning, Very large barn with many fenced in areas, several stalls and many garage type spaces bring your cattle herd, horses or start your own automotive business or any business with the potential of frontage on Rt 340 with permits necessary thru County offices. Currently used as a very active cattle business, cross fenced , shoots and stalls all available to barn has water/well access from adjoining well, shared well agreement to convey with satisfactory contract. Mountain views to dream of surround most of this property, also small acreages of railroad property is available to rent as well as another 20 acre tract adjacent could possibly be rented as pasture fields. Can be discussed with contract terms.
Back on the market. Historic Home built at the beginning the nation's expansion westward, this home has two very large bedrooms with the original wood plank flooring. Estimated to have been constructed about 1777-78, the "Coach Stop House" was located on the Luray to Staunton Turnpike and served variously as a saloon and general public entertainment spot. During the 1860s it also was used as a stopping point for staff officers. Into story telling? Some glass pieces are embedded on portions of the outside wall to fend off "bad vibes". A long porch runs the length of the home facing west. Depending on the season, one can see the nearby George Washington National Forest. Want to get outside? Visit Catherine's "Furnace", an iron ore forge which also produced charcoal and limestone for the area and is located less than 5 minutes from the site. Skyline Drive and the Shenandoah National Park are within a twenty minute drive, Massanutten Ski slopes are nearby in the other direction. Want to be self-sufficient? There is a large garden space and storage sheds on site. Home operates on well water--so there is no city water bill, nor city taxes--County only. Heating: electric space heaters. Not ready to relocate? Home is presently rented and tenant is interested in staying. Home is being sold "AS IS." Outside: County recycling Center is within view.