The median home value in Warm Springs,
VA is $249,000.
the county median home value of $179,900.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Warm Springs,
VA is $249,000.
Approximately 43% of
Warm Springs homes are owned,
compared to 19% rented, while
36% are vacant.
Warm Springs real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Warm Springs real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Warm Springs
The charming and cozy cottage at 16090 Sam Snead Hwy. has been renovated and sits just off the hwy. with a view of the mountains in the back. The roof was replaced in 2020. The .892 acre lot is open, a great place for children to play or plant a sunny garden. The outdoor living space has a fire pit to enjoy evenings under the starry skies.
2159 LITTLE BACK CREEK ROAD The first level is in the final stages of construction. The tile for the floor has been purchased and is stored in the closet but the flooring needs to be laid. The tile ceiling needs to be hung, mounting strips have been purchased , but ceiling tile has not. The window and door trim needs to be completed. The house began as a Lindal Cedar Home with post and beam construction. The original plans are for three stories. The roof is flat and covered with '*Mule Hide" roofing material. Options for completion of the house are to either build a roof, or add one or two stories. There is another small home, 1 bedroom, 2 baths with beautiful mountain views. There is a spring, dog house and shed also located on this property. Property adjoins National Forest.
Homestead Preserve offers the best land in the Hot Springs Valley with the additional security of surrounding conservation easements and the 11,000 acre Nature Conservancy Preserve as the primary neighbor. The Homestead Preserve development plan was designed to offer owners beautiful mountain views in a design that minimizes views of nearby homes. High Grove does all of this from a private setting with direct trail access to The Nature Conservancy above. The home is located close to the Old Dairy amenity with pool, gym, spa and meeting features reserved for Preserve owners. The High Grove home has many custom feature such as an elevator to all 3 levels, a beautiful glass conservatory, expansive patio and fireplace for outside dining. Please see the extensive videos.
Bath County offers some of Virginia's finest mountain habitat and a vibrant community built around the famous Homestead Resort in Hot Springs. With more than 50% of the County being National Forest, there are unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation. Turtle Brook has two cottages each with one bedroom and full bath, stabling facility and riding ring. The property has easy trail access into the 18,000 acre Hidden Valley section of the George Washington National Forest with 7 miles of the Jackson River. The owners take frequent horseback rides into the National Forest to the old train grade that follows the river and leads to numerous other connecting trails. The Turtle Brook stream runs through the center of the property below the cabins and there are two good pond sites. The Cabins have a successful rental history and base of returning clients if additional income is desired. The property is served by public water and high speed internet.