Charlottesville Farms $1M to $2M
0 MONTFORD RD, MONTPELIER STATION, Virginia 22957
133 acres of gently rolling, rich farmland in historic Somerset. An estate caliber property currently in 4 tax map parcels. Great views of the Blue Ridge and excellent soils. Across from the back entrance of Montpelier. Excellent candidate for conservation easement. Please do not drive on fields.
570 CHAMPE PLAIN RD, ETLAN, Virginia 22719
Champe Plain Farm offers the best of country living with 360 degree views of Old Rag Mountain, Double Top, and the nearby countryside. A lovely warm and inviting circa 1920 restored 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath Virginia-style farmhouse offering all the modern amenities. The land consists of 107.7+- acres of predominantly open rolling fertile pastures, hay land and a bold mountain stream.
1932 S SEMINOLE TRL, MADISON, Virginia 22727
Currently operating as a crop farm along Route 29 South of Madison, these beautiful 85+/- acres provide a great location for starting an agri-tourism/winery/brewery business. The south-facing fields could make for a good vineyard site. If you are looking toward future investment, this property is in the direct line of growth along the US 29 corridor between northern Virginia and Charlottesville.
MOORE ROAD, RUCKERSVILLE, Virginia 22968
Beautiful agricultural property with +/- 115 acres. The land is gently rolling with spring fed creek, approximately 55 acres of open farmland and 60acres of hardwoods. The property is located one mile from Ruckersville with approx. 2,100 feet of road frontage, +/- 24 by-right division rights and public water alongMoore Road.
0 MOORE RD, RUCKERSVILLE, Virginia 22968
Beautiful agricultural property with +/- 115 acres. The land is gently rolling with spring fed creek, approximately 55 acres of open farmland and 60 acres of hardwoods. The property is located one mile from Ruckersville with approx. 2,100 feet of road frontage, +/- 24 by-right division rights and public water along Moore Road.
18234 LOVERS LN, GORDONSVILLE, Virginia 22942
In a private valley of the Madison-Barbour Rural Historic District near Somerset and James Madison's Montpelier, Cowherd Mtn Farm enjoys fertile soil and beautiful views Revolutionary War Vet Francis Cowherd purchased from James Madison and left his name on the mountain and the farm. Approximately 1/2 is established pasture with the balance in mature forest.