The median home value in Montpelier, VA is $236,000.
the county median home value of $335,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Montpelier, VA is $236,000.
Approximately 84% of Montpelier homes are owned,
compared to 11% rented, while
5% are vacant.
Montpelier real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Gorgeous Circa 1900 Farmhouse on 3 acres in Montpelier! Wide Center Hallways upstairs and down, Large Rooms, Pocket Doors, High Ceilings and Beautiful Pine Floors throughout the home provide warmth and character that you donât typically find. Beautifully Renovated Kitchen (2018) includes granite countertops, new cabinets, farmhouse sink, and SS appliances! Kitchen was opened up to Dining Room, creating the perfect flow! Primary Bath also renovated (2021) to include a walk-in tile shower, and you will love the clawfoot tub! New Half Bath with tile floor was installed (2018). Enjoy outdoor living on your country front porch and your rear deck with built-in fish pond and the sound of trickling water. Plus, you can walk the trails of your 3 acre property & admire your fruit trees & herb beds, or you can convert the land back into pasture for your horses or livestock. Newer Roof & Windows, New Water Heater (2021), New Well Pump (2021), recently inspected and pumped Septic (2020), and a 2-10 Home Warranty allow you to move-in stress free! Internet available through CenturyLink! Conveniently located within minutes of Montpelier shopping, 15 minutes to Ashland, 20 minutes to Short Pump, & about 1 hour to Fredericksburg or Charlottesville!
A UNIQUE PROPERTY & RARE FIND FOR A SPECIAL USE. Tax parcel 7812-91-6938, 16.5 acres, being 17068 Mountain Road, Montpelier, VA 23192, Hanover County, on February 28, 1995 approved to rezone with conditions from A-1, to B-1 (1.662 acres) and B-3 (2.332 acres). This created a split zoning with B-1, B-3 portions at the front and A-1 along the rest of the front and in the rear, all jointly on the same parcel of land. The 2 commercial portions in the front, are also surveyed historic sites. The entire parcel is entirely in the Rural Village land use designation. It is fronted by over 1100 feet along U.S. Route 33, a minor collector, with a 60 foot ROW through Montpelier at a 35 mile per hour reduced traffic speed. An estimated 15,000-20,000 cars pass the property daily, providing lots of opportunity. This property had been custom zoned allowing the Hobarts to operate a hardware store, baring the same name and a heating & air conditioning business. The store, an original 1903 building has a 2700 sq ft foot print and sports loads of character for that special project. A separate & additional building NW is 25 ft by 60 ft or 1500 sq ft. and of warehouse style and construction. The property is predominately open land with several cabin foundations along the rear as part of an old wooded home site.The land is gently rolling to its appeal and opportunity with pond to the left of center.The house is of center focus and of primary value to the overall farm at present.