The median home value in Warrenton,
VA is $480,000.
the county median home value of $375,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Warrenton,
VA is $480,000.
Approximately 63% of
Warrenton homes are owned,
compared to 32% rented, while
5% are vacant.
Warrenton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Buyers loss. Home is back active on the market. Brand New Pricing. So many bells and whistles ! Exquisite Brick Custom built Single Family home nestled in desired Snow Hill and on a culdesac! Step in through the solid double front doors and into the stately foyer. Main Level boasts hardwood floors, crown molding, columns, and 20-foot ceilings. Living Room with gas Fireplace. Dining Room showcases shadow boxes and stunning chandeliers. Sun Room with walls of windows is spacious and could easily be a main level bedroom. Join us in the cook's dream kitchen with a tray ceiling. Commercial grade kitchen features heated floors, granite counters, GE Stainless Steel Monogram appliances to include zero radius deep double sink, wall oven that is both standard oven and convection, large refrigerator, newer dishwasher, 6 burner gas cooktop with grill and 42 inch Cherry cabinets. A separate pantry for extra storage. The over-sized island allows for the additional seating area at the island and compliments a wine fridge. Eat-in space in the kitchen with Travertine tile. Walkout to the deck with stairs leading out to the outside oasis. Family room with floor to ceiling fireplace makes for cozy entertaining. Main Level office with french doors. Laundry room with commercial washer and dryer. End the day upstairs, 3 extra-large bedroom one with a private bath and 2 to include a jack and jill bathroom. Master Bedroom opens to double doors, sitting room, hardwood floors, alcove with palladian window sitting area. Relax in your private spa bathroom with chandelier, Carrara marble heated floor, and Carrara marble countertops, rain shower, whirlpool tub, heated towel bar, this home has it all! Fully finished basement with 2 extra rooms that can be used as you desire. 1 of the basement rooms has a true window and closet along with a full bathroom with a granite countertop. Wine shelf, large rec room has LED lights and built-ins. Gym workout room and a 2nd kitchen area with full kitchen, stove, refrigerator, and sink. Basement walks out to huge oasis lot and fenced in pool area. Lots of hardscapes. HOA includes 2 ponds and tennis courts. Don't wait this home has it all!
Looking for land but want the ease of suburban living? Look no further than this property located on the DC side of Warrenton. Previously a family horse farm, the stone house is nestled within an 18 acre wooded lot located off of Route 605 near Raymond Farm with a pond at its border. The home features hardwood floors throughout with the convenience of a two car garage. The parcel is currently zoned for 1 acre lots, with a preliminary plan for a 12 lot subdivision plus a three acre residual lot with the stone house. There is potential for 16 lots on the property per zoning potential letter in additional docs. Water, gas and electric are available to the site.
Set on nearly 300 acres of lush Virginia countryside with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Elway Hall captures the timeless elegance and fairy-tale romance of a bygone era. This extraordinary, Edwardian mansion with more than 15,000 square feet was built in 1907 by prominent industrialist and railroad tycoon, Johnson Newlon Camden for his daughter Annie and son-in-law, General Baldwin Day Spilman. Her ethereal image is reflected in three-story custom Tiffany windows over the grand carved oak staircase. The estate has been home for the past two decades to internationally acclaimed interior designer and author, Barry Dixon and award-winning Washington, DC television news personality, Will Thomas. Dixon created a residence that brings the past into the present by incorporating the most modern conveniences while maintaining the timeless elegance of the Edwardian period. Renowned architect H.H. Richardson used a colorful mix of coursed-stone blocks which add pattern to the massive masonry walls accented with red tile shingles in the gables and a terra-cotta tile roof. The interiors feature approximately 13-foot ceilings, a stunning Dixon designed kitchen and eat-in butler's pantry with a built-in banquet, walk-in larder, cobbled limestone floors, 9 dedicated second floor bedrooms, 5 additional bedrooms on the third level used as offices, 7 bathrooms, 17 working wood burning fireplaces, original stone walled lower kitchen and gated wine cellar are among the long list of incredible and timeless amenities. Additional features include a custom swimming pool which blends perfectly with the landscape surrounded by stone wall ledges, a classic restored brick barn and silo with copper roof including an extraordinary second floor entertaining space. An octagonal hen house girds the entrance to vegetable and cutting gardens filled with Dahlias and Hollyhocks where a herd of Angora goats and Dolly the lama keep watch nearby. Designed for entertaining, Elway Hall is one of the most celebrated estates in the Washington region and perhaps the state of Virginia. Less than one hour to the heart of the nation's capital, 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport and 10 minutes from Warrenton Air Park often used for private jet aviation. Strength, beauty, inspiration. Elway Hall, Warrenton, Virginia.
3 bedroom 3 bath brick rancher in well established neighborhood; detached garage/workshop with woodstove and air conditioner; 2 sheds; parklike setting; hardwood flooring under carpet; with a little updating this could be a like new home
Beautiful property, with 4 beds & 3/1 baths. Comes with a spacious patio for outdoor events and family get together. Fencing provides the right amount of privacy. Cu de sac creates a family friendly environment all around.
Airlie Farm, a landmark Warrenton property . Home to the storied International House which has been the home of non profit and charitable organizations throughout the years and has established county use for same. Would make an ideal corporate retreat, wellness center, etc. The house is an eclectic 13000 square feet with extraordinary features: 10 fireplaces, custom woodworking, massive rooms, pool, tennis court. Needs work. The land includes the iconic Airlie Lake and waterfall, 5 separate tax parcels comprising approximately 250 acres and the Airlie Airfield, an active private airport with a 3200 foot paved runway and hangar. Extensive frontage along Airlie Rd and approximately 1 mile from Warrenton town limits. In land use, sellers not responsible for roll back taxes, if any. PROPERTY IS PATROLLED BY SECURITY. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE PROPERTY WITHOUT LISTING AGENT AND APPOINTMENT.
Reflecting a rare architectural pedigree coupled with a breathtaking setting, Ridgelea is available for the first time in 25 years. This idylic Georgian mansion is positioned on a high knoll overlooking 210 lush acres in the heart of prime Virginia Hunt Country. Celebrated architect, Waddy Wood designed Ridgelea in 1920 and more recently, world recognized architect, Hugh Newell Jacobsen reimagined the main kitchen, butler's pantry, oversized mud and laundry rooms and a secondary kitchen. A serene, tree-lined drive leads to a sun bleached pea gravel motor court. Waddy Wood, one of Washington's most renowned architects, used a quiet pallet of stone to construct much of the home with stately white columns and shutters accented by a slate roof. The interiors are impressive from the moment you step through the front door with an expansive foyer and high ceilings flanked by symmetrical corridors with stunning, wonderfully scaled broken pediment door casings. It is no surprise the main level furnishings look like they belong in the pages of a national design magazine. Renowned interior designer and Warrenton resident, Barry Dixon is responsible for a main level refreshing seven years ago which includes Fortuny upholstery and draperies. The oversized living room, adjacent garden room, library and dining room have wood burning fireplaces. A second main level garden room adjacent to the kitchen is enhanced by a woven, green grasscloth wall covering that brings the outside inside this sitting room.The second level of Ridgelea boasts two bedroom wings. Five, ensuite bedrooms each with fireplaces are accessible from the primary corridor including two master bedroom suites with private doorways leading to a private covered veranda. A secondary corridor of rooms accessible from the second floor or the back stairwell has three bedrooms, one full bathroom and kitchen. These rooms have previously been used as quiet guest rooms and as staff quarters. A modern elevator reaches all four levels of Ridgelea including the unfinished basement and a massive attic room that could be converted into a multi-area entertaining space. The grounds of Ridgelea unfold like a resort. A recently updated swimming pool with stone surround, two large guest cottages, a picturesque pond and a nine-stall horse barn with office space and paddocks are all part of this exquisite Warrenton estate. Removed from the rest of the world but affording the conveniences of nearby dining and shopping less than ten minutes away, Ridgelea is a historic jewel with a brilliant future.
Unparalleled in its beauty and charm, this historic, circa 1776, 1,471~ acre Virginia estate is surrounded by breathtaking rural countryside, yet is less than one hour to our Nation~s Capital and 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport. The stately Georgian-style manor house is one of America~s great homes and is situated in a private park-like setting with vistas reminiscent of the English countryside. Estate dependencies include a two-story Georgian Revival-style stone carriage house, farm and equestrian improvements, a guesthouse, additional residences and a shooting preserve, all adding to the property~s unique character and distinction. Listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register, as well as under a preservation easement, this extraordinary property is in excellent condition and is a rare offering of a National treasure.
House is sold as is. While the deed states one (1) acre, it appears to be about 1.1 acres and the property is zoned R15. Town water and sewer are available. Only a few minutes to Main Street Warrenton. A great opportunity to subdivide, design and build.