The median home value in Bassett,
VA is $71,250.
the county median home value of $79,500.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Bassett,
VA is $71,250.
Approximately 59% of
Bassett homes are owned,
compared to 25% rented, while
16% are vacant.
Bassett real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Wonderful opportunity to purchase 11.96 acres in a secluded and rural setting, yet conveniently located within close proximity to U.S. Rt. 220. Enjoy sunrise views over neighboring farmland that is protected in perpetuity by a conservation easement. Acreage located at corner of Fork Mountain Road and Country Ridge Road with over 1000 feet of road frontage. Deed restrictions include: No Double or Single-wide mobile homes, House must exceed 1,500 sq/ft for single-story and must exceed 2,000 sq/ft for two-story home.
Excellent 2.05 acre residential lot located just minutes off U.S. Route 220. Property has 190' of frontage on Country Ridge Road. The property is adjoined by land dedicated to the Blue Ridge Land Conservancy, making it an ideal lot for buyers seeking long-term privacy. Certain deed restrictions apply.
Welcome to your Deer Camp at 3119 Muddy Fork Rd. This Private 153 Acres has been developed for Hunting with every detail in mind. There are trails throughout the property, a stand of Fruit trees, and numerous Food plots attracting all types of Game including Deer, Bear, Turkey, Squirrel and Rabbit as well as Predators. The property contains 98 Acres of Mature Timberland, 40 Acres of Replanted Cut-Over land as well as a Creek. See Maps and Satellite Images of Property in photos. The Property is surrounded by large tracts of land which minimizes Hunting Pressure. The Lodge Home is a great place to relax after a day in the woods with it's Large Covered Deck overlooking Long-Range Views of the rolling hills and the city lights of Martinsville in the distance. See description for more details
This 263.5 Acres Estate has been in the same family for over 100 years. In the late 1800's and early 1900's a man by the name of M.T. Garst ran a store on this property at County Line Road. Garst was know as a ''gauger'' at the time when the IRS taxed the liquor trade. See images of the IRS certificate and photos of early gaugers. The property now known as the Smith Plantation has been managed as a cattle farm as well as a tree farm. There are plantings of loblolly, white pine and yellow pine (mainly Virginia pine) as well as hardwoods throughout. See forestry map showing the dates of various plantings. This would make a great place for a homestead with several good building sites with views of the mountains.
HUGE Brick 60' x 36' Workshop. One side workshop with Overhead door. The other side has Apartment has Unfinished Living Quarters to be completed. Full Bath is already completed. Beautiful 119 Acres comes with this Workshop, Approx. 20 Acres open land on one side of the creek and the additional 99 Wooded Acres are on the other side of the creek. Beautiful Mountain Views and lots of privacy!