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Rixeyville VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Rixeyville, VA is $484,995. This is higher than the county median home value of $339,950. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Rixeyville, VA is $484,995. Approximately 79% of Rixeyville homes are owned, compared to 14% rented, while 6% are vacant. Rixeyville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Rixeyville real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
1,688
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACU2003750
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Annabrooke
Lot size:
32.31 Acres
Year built:
2007
Courtesy: Keller Williams Realty
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The modern rural retreat of Riverledge was designed by Architect Charles Lazor to sit quietly on the wooded ravine ledge and situate the inhabitants amongst panoramic views of the ravine and Hazel River below. Riverledge is one of the critically acclaimed FlatPak Houses, first off the boards after the architectâs own prototype FlatPak House was assembled in 2003. Commissioned in 2005 and working collaboratively with the owners, they designed a simple modernist dwelling, stripped to the fundamentals of beauty, placement and functionality. The architecture is simultaneously practical and poetic, integrated with its site, a stunning 32 forested acres and 1,600 feet of river frontage. An idyllic country retreat a stoneâs throw from DC. The long simple rectangular form of the house evokes the mid-century modern work of the heralded Case Study Houses. Itâs comprised of two faces; along the ledge top, a zen calm, highly ordered modernist facade of coated aluminum panels and glass. To the ravine side, a glass wall that suspends you amidst the tree canopy with delightful views to the river below. An expansive Port Orfort Meranti deck cantilevers you into the plummeting ravine. A truly unique architectural experience of expansive nature subtly framed by architecture. The modest footprint, strung along the ravine ledge, lives large, providing a shared living space and a loft-type quiet space, bracketed by separate âbedroom podsâ for owner and guests. The pods are attached by glass bridges, offering carefully scaled spaces for both togetherness and secluded privacy. Inside, warm, beautifully day-llit spaces welcome you for living among artwork and nature. A minimalist design aesthetic sets the tone with a limited palette of carefully selected materials chosen for order and calm. Wide face long leaf Maple floorboards ground the space amidst expansive glass, gallery white walls and select Mahogany doors. A super minimal Boffi kitchen of Gaggenau, Miele and Liebherr appliances sets the stage for cooking and enjoying meals amongst the tree tops. A Jøtul wood stove features an extra large glass front and sides. Triple glazed glass and super insulated walls, floors and roof keep you in comfort during both summer heat and winter cold. The master bath spoils with an extra deep Wetstyle soaking tub, sink and shower. Guests will delight in the Ultra Bain dry air jet spa bath. A keyed entrance to the master suite offers the opportunity to rent or loan the house to a second party. What more could you need? The FlatPak Houses were rigorously engineered, detailed and assembled to survive the worst that nature could throw at them and to endure for generations with a minimum of maintenance. Riverledge has gracefully weathered a mid-Atlantic derecho that damaged structures in the greater area, an earthquake that jolted structures as far as DC, and two 100-year floods. Riverledge has gracefully survived it all. The land was previously part of a common agreement among the owners of four contiguous plats that agreed to prohibit above-ground eyesores such as power lines and phone wires. Riverledge has extensive trenches to deliver power and copper line phone service and a satellite 200 meters from the house to deliver wifi - with no wires in sight.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,060
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACU2003150
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
298.3 Acres
Year built:
1837
Courtesy: United Country Piedmont Real Estate
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Spring Hill Farm consists of 298 acres of rolling pasture and farmland with Blue Ridge Mountain views. The driveway winds through the front fields to knoll where the historic farmhouse is located. Fenced and cross fenced, this farm has been home to cattle and horses for many years. Several streams flow through the farm to Muddy Run, a strong stream that flows through the southern portion of the farm. The distinctive white farmhouse with its red roof dates to 1837 and sits on a knoll with Blue Ridge Mountain views. Two additions have been made to the original home, one in 1940 to accommodate a growing farm family and then again in the 1994 updating systems and adding a 3-car garage. Traditional floor plan with living room, dining room, den, kitchen, breakfast room, and full bath on the main level and 3 bedrooms, study, and full bath on the second floor. Enjoy historic farmhouse charm, with advantage of modern infrastructure. The dependencies reflect a bygone farming era. The old barn that the work horses were kept in, corn crib and a log structure that is thought to be the original homestead, dating to the late 1700âÃÂÃÂs. Equipment shed, 5 stall horse barn, shop and large storage barn round out the improvements.

Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
3,060
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VACU2003148
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
298.3 Acres
Year built:
1837
Courtesy: United Country Piedmont Real Estate
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Spring Hill Farm consists of 298 acres of rolling pasture and farmland with Blue Ridge Mountain views. The driveway winds through the front fields to knoll where the historic farmhouse is located. Fenced and cross fenced, this farm has been home to cattle and horses for many years. Several streams flow through the farm to Muddy Run, a strong stream that flows through the southern portion of the farm. The distinctive white farmhouse with its red roof dates to 1837 and sits on a knoll with Blue Ridge Mountain views. Two additions have been made to the original home, one in 1940 to accommodate a growing farm family and then again in the 1994 updating systems and adding a 3-car garage. Traditional floor plan with living room, dining room, den, kitchen, breakfast room, and full bath on the main level and 3 bedrooms, study, and full bath on the second floor. Enjoy historic farmhouse charm, with advantage of modern infrastructure. The dependencies reflect a bygone farming era. The old barn that the work horses were kept in, corn crib and a log structure that is thought to be the original homestead, dating to the late 1700âÂÂs. Equipment shed, 5 stall horse barn, shop and large storage barn round out the improvements.

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