The median home value in Wardensville, WV is $230,158.
the county median home value of $165,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Wardensville, WV is $230,158.
Approximately 48% of Wardensville homes are owned,
compared to 11% rented, while
41% are vacant.
Wardensville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Nestled on a sprawling 4-acre parcel, this charming rambler offers the perfect blend of comfort and style. Then main level boasts 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, an updated kitchen, laundry room and generous room sizes throughout, allowing natural light to fill the living spaces, creating an inviting atmosphere. The fully finished basement adds great flexibility to the home. Step outside into the fenced rear yard, where tranquility meets entertainment with a relaxing hot tub and deck. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, providing a picturesque backdrop to your daily life. This property harmoniously coexists with nature, attracting local wildlife that adds to the serenity and beauty. Privacy is paramount here, allowing you to escape the hustle and bustle while still enjoying easy access to amenities. Whether you're unwinding inside, strolling around the property, or simply gazing at the mountain views, this property offers a sanctuary to call home. Come embrace the comfort and style of this idyllic retreat.
Very Nice porch front perfect move in ready very large rancher home!!Hardwood floors gas fireplace in one family room and a electric fireplace in 2nd large family room with tons on windows and light and bright open and airy .Very nice large kitchen with huge counter and cabinet space. This upscale home also has a large office. Their is a 2nd building you can make a guest home or run a business out of or huge workshop and plant room. So much storage space and out buildings and a huge yard. Their is so much move in ready home and 2nd building for the money hurry while it lasts. Nice large yard front porch and back porch and fish pounds . Very nice quiet location where you can walk to a store down the street and go up the street to a park great locationand a Great Home!!!
Discover a remarkable piece of history in the quaint Town of Wardensville with this stunning 1861 historic farmhouse. This 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom gem, set on a charming 0.46-acre lot, gracefully combines the rustic allure of the Civil War era with modern updates and conveniences. As you step inside, you're welcomed by original hardwood floors, a majestic grand staircase, and classic fireplaces with elegant mantels, all echoing the rich past of the property. The home has been thoughtfully updated in 2016, with a new hot water heater, 200 amp electric service, kitchen appliances, and vinyl siding, while a more extensive refresh in 2021 carefully preserved the rustic and historic charm. The heart of the home is its open kitchen and dining area, featuring custom butcher block countertops, a bespoke live edge countertop breakfast bar, and a commercial stainless steel kitchen sink, perfect for culinary adventures. There are numerous closets for storage throughout the home. The property also boasts a full unfinished attic, offering potential for expansion or even more storage. Outdoor living is a delight, with a mudroom and sun porch currently set up for a hydroponic garden, a covered front porch for a breath of fresh mountain air, a stone firepit for evening gatherings, and an outdoor shower that complements the 'back to nature' vibe. Not to be missed is the original 1800s hand-dug well, adding a unique historical touch. The newly built well house, an insulated 38x14 shop with electricity, a 16x11 drive-in tool shed, and a wire-fenced backyard enhance the utility and charm of this estate. A few asphalt parking spaces accommodate multiple vehicles with ease. Located within easy reach of Wardensvilleâs unique shops and stores, this property is also a stone's throw from thousands of acres of National Forest land, ideal for recreation and hunting. Itâs conveniently close to Trout Pond, Lost River, Seneca Rocks, and the Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, making it perfect for nature enthusiasts. Plus, with Washington, DC just about 1 hour and 45 minutes away, it offers an easy commute for work or city outings. This historic farmhouse is not just a residence; it's a versatile retreat ideal as a permanent home, a weekend getaway, or a multi-room Airbnb. Experience the best of past and present in this enchanting property.