The median home value in Farnham, VA is $245,000.
the county median home value of $215,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Farnham, VA is $245,000.
Approximately 62% of Farnham homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
22% are vacant.
Farnham real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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This spacious 3-bedroom, 1-full bathroom home, nestled on a 1.47-acre corner lot at the intersection of Normans Corner and Canal Road. As you step inside, you'll find a freshly painted interior, refinished hardwood flooring throughout bedrooms and living room, updated kitchen featuring ample cabinet space, stainless steel appliances, new flooring, new countertops and a butcher block island. New flooring installed throughout family room, kitchen and utility rooms. With an attached garage and an additional 2-car detached garage with storage, this property caters to all your storage and hobby needs. Whether you have a growing family or simply desire more space, this ranch-style home has it all! A larger yard perfect for outdoor activities or gardening. Embrace the charm of country living while still being within easy reach of local amenities. Don't miss the opportunity to make it your own and enjoy the peaceful living you've been dreaming of.
Welcome to Mulberry Farm, this property is situated just outside of Warsaw VA, in VAâs Northern Neck Region. This 102 acre tract is located on the banks of Totuskey creek with a few minutes boat ride out to the Rappahannock River. Here you'll discover a world of unparalleled beauty, privacy and endless recreation! At the heart of Mulberry Farm the main house stands as a testament to luxury, and elegance. The kitchen is a chef's dream featuring quartz countertops, top-of-the-line Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, including a Wolf gas range and hood, dual Cove dishwashers make cleanup a breeze, allowing you to focus on your culinary creations. Other amenities include vaulted ceilings, oversized wood burning fireplace, concert stage with servers bar, tree house with 4 guest quarters, pool with sundeck pool, chipping tee box and green, pickle ball court, gas and wood burning fire pit overlooking the creek, covered boat house with pier, built in smoker and grill, gigabit internet, duck blind with WIFI, generator that powers most of the property, cigar lounge, multiple mini fridges with wet bar, pistol range, clay pigeon range, storage shed to many items to list at this luxurious oasis!
Wow! This waterfront parcel is ready for your dream home. Over 1.5 acres of cleared and level land with pier and well already installed! The view is gorgeous: looking out of Morattico Creek to The Rappahannock River. This location offers Southern exposure with amazing sunrises and sunsets. By water, close to marinas, Belle Isle State Park and access to waterfront restaurants.
Standing the test of time, Indian Banks Circa 1699 & 1728 has witnessed over three hundred years of history & the founding of a nation. An icon on Virginia's Northern Neck, Indian Banks is situated on Morattico Creek at its confluence with the Rappahannock River. In August 1608, Captain John Smith visited the Moraughtacund Native Americans at their principal village on the Northern Neck near present day Indian Banks. This site was patented in 1652 by Thomas Glasscock, who received six hundred acres of land on Morattico Creek in return for the surrender of a grant of two hundred acres on Piankatank River, (which he had received upon his emigration to America in 1643). In 1728, Captain Glasscock married Ester Ball (a cousin of George Washington) & took up residence here. Initials inscribed with a masonic symbol on one of the bricks contains the initials of George Washington, whom the engraving is attributed to. The truly captivating Manor House is distinctly English in its architecture containing Jacobean elements on the North side of the house and an Early Colonial / Georgian emphasis on the river facing side, which was always the more formal, front of the house. Flemish Bond brickwork with glazed headers and a rare Scrolled Soffit above main entrance (one of only two known examples in VA) are special special architectural features of this exquisite early Manor House with a commanding presence from the Rappahannock River and Morattico Creek. Towering ancient trees frame the view along with a boxwood walled garden and boxwood allees. Several varieties of Magnolia, iris, peonies, figs, pecan, and other ancient plantings provide interest year-round. Rivers of Daffodils in the spring! Recent upgrades include high speed internet, upgraded berber carpet in the 1st floor primary bedroom & upstairs dressing rooms. Featured multiple times on the Historic Garden Week in Virginia Tour, Indian Banks is convenient to Richmond, Washington D.C., Tappahannock, Fredericksburg & Williamsburg. The location is also ideal as far as ease of access with Kilmarnock being 17 minutes away and Warsaw, VA being a mere 15 minutes away. All of the amenities that one would associate with Northern Neck living are convenient, including world class resorts and restaurants, wineries, festivals, fresh oysters and other seafood, boat charters, movie theaters, marinas, antiques, art galleries, museums, fabulous wineries, farmers markets, historic sites and so much more. This property is in fabulous condition for a home of this period with an assortent of dependencies and out buildings including a historic cabin with full basement, guest cottage, historic and remodeled barns, chicken coops, garden sheds, glorious gardens and more. A truly remarkable find and historic treasure!