Greene County Homes Over $500K
246 LAWSONS FARM CIR, RUCKERSVILLE, Virginia 22968
Wind down on the covered front porch and enjoy unobstructed views of the sun setting over the Blue Ridge Mountains. From the moment you enter this all brick custom home, the quality craftsmanship and pristine condition will take your breath away! Brazilian cherry hardwood floors! Locally made, custom crown molding and trim work throughout entire house. Transoms over every door.
327 LYON LN, RUCKERSVILLE, Virginia 22968
Large Beautifully maintained home. Over 2700 finished above grade. Recently renovated kitchen and bathrooms. Lovely hardwood floors. Crown moldings, large screened in porch, Heatpump with gas furnace backup. Terrace level is a delight. Billiards room, workout room, workshop, tv room, conditioned storage space,bonus room and Kitchenette... plus a full bathroom.
70 OAK RIDGE DR, STANARDSVILLE, Virginia 22973
Custom built home with the finest of materials and mesmerizing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains! This homes boasts of 4 master suites, top of the line appliances, sunroom, an oversized Butler's Pantry, Brazilian Cherry and marble floors, central vacuum, pool, 50 yr shingles, 3 zoned heating, and more.
1476 MT OLIVET RD, DYKE, Virginia 22935
Lovely 7.18 acre farmette (2 lots,2 wells). Nestled in heart of Blue Ridge Mountains adjacent to beautiful Roach River. Only 29 min to Cville. Soaking up panoramic views this easy living craftsman style ranch with full finished basement was built with multi-generational or in-law suite in mind.
200 MAPLE CREEK RD, STANARDSVILLE, Virginia 22973
Possible development opportunity - property is zoned residential and public water and sewer are available. Also could be used for Bed & Breakfast. Cottage is being renovated and could be possible rental. There are beautiful mountain views and the location offers quick and easy access to Charlottesville Airport and 2 hours to Washington, DC.
6841 SPOTSWOOD TRL, STANARDSVILLE, Virginia 22973
You want Views! This heirloom, 199-acre farm sits right at the base of the Blue Ridge mountains with long, westerly panoramas. Early 1800s homestead features a 1920s addition plus a relocated 1700s log cabin with large stone chimney on one end. Beautiful wood paneling and hand-crafted wood beams grace several rooms.