The median home value in Wardensville, WV is $350,000.
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 $350,000.
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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This charming 3BR, 3BA riverfront chalet property on the banks of Lost River is truly unique. Brandon's Bunkhouse is a popular Airbnb and will make a great income producing property but you may just want to keep it all to yourself for a private getaway that can't be beat. Fish, kayak or hike up the side of the mountain and enjoy the relaxation of the river and the trees. The floor to ceiling windows in the living room let you enjoy the view and there's easy access to the deck that's perfect for entertaining friends. Plenty of space for everyone with two spacious bedrooms on the main floor and upstairs is a private retreat with the primary bedroom, bath, dressing room and bonus room. The primary bedroom has it's own private balcony the leads out to a trail that takes you up to explore the forest . Primary bath includes walk in shower and jacuzzi tub that lets you watch the deer and squirrels. All this only 2 hours from DC, near National Forest, Trout Pond Recreation Area, Warden Lake and Lost River State Park. Nearby Wardensville and Lost River provide restaurants and shopping for your convenience. GIS is not accurate for the location and boundaries of this property. Please use plats in documents.
This is a 3 bedroom 1 bath Mobile Home in a Mobile Home Park. There is a Town Park across the road with a play ground for kids and a walking path. We require 1st & Last Month Rent and Deposit. Credit Check on each adult is $25.00. Credit score must be at least 600 on one of the applicants.
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.
WARDENSVILLE: Perfect business opportunity! In the heart of one of the fastest growing towns in the Great State of West Virginia, you will find this rare gem. A building with "character", charm and an interesting past. The main room has an exceptionally high ceiling covered in the original decorative tin from the early 1900's and a mural painted by a local artist from the 1970's. This diversified property allows for multiple opportunities to increase its income potential. In the past the ground floor has been a restaurant and unique gift shop. The second floor contains four occupied apartments that provide a steady income, There are additional areas for office space or other income-producing activities. Large deck for outdoor seating and entertainment, parking area for tenants, separate storage building, and a grand view of the river that runs along the back border of this approximate 1/2 acre of prime real estate.
Welcome to 546 Sandfield Road - A charming 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom home on a corner lot. Large yard, for gardening or play! Lots of recent upgrades, new flooring, fresh paint, and updated fixtures. Public Water/Sewer. High Speed Fiber Optic Available. Right outside the Town of Wardensville, close to Restaurants and Stores. 30 Minutes to Winchester, VA. Less than 2 hours to DC. Schedule your showing today!
Come see this wooded corner lot in a serene residential neighborhood. With electric, public water and public sewer hookups already in place, this lot simplifies the process of building your ideal home. Nestled just outside the charming town of Wardensville, you'll enjoy easy access to delightful amenities, including cozy coffee shops, a quaint bookstore, vibrant farmers markets, and a variety of restaurants. Only 30 minutes from Winchester, VA and 100 minutes from Washington, DC.
Locally owned business for sale! Owned by current owners successfully for 10 years. High speed fiber optic internet available. Convenient to downtown Wardensville which includes shops, restaurants, groceries, and post office. 1.82 acres plus current salvage. Listing incudes inventory of 250 vehicles valued at approx $1,000 each. Owner happy to meet with any potential buyers to discuss transfer of business and current operations. Possible additional opportunities include recycling center. Make an appointment to see this opportunity today! *Hardy County Planning Office is a good source for any questions regarding zoning, land use, etc. Salvage business license information can be obtained from WV Division of Highways. See contact information for both in Agent Remarks.
Step into this inviting split-level 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. Basement with garage access, the backyard is fenced in for added privacy. This property is able to give you the blank canvas, to add your own creative touch! This property has the convenience of high-speed fiber optic internet. Located just moments away from the charming Town of Wardensville. Positioned less than 30 minutes from Winchester, Virginia, and under two hours from Washington, DC. Schedule your showing today! *Property is being sold AS-IS.
2.77 acres of prime real estate in the country. Only 2.5 miles from Wardensville, WV, 16 miles from Highway 81, and just 95 miles from DC. Lot 17 has a perfect large flat area that will allow for construction of a home with an ideal south-facing view down the mountainside and easy access to the road with no steep driveways needed. Near enough to the highway and main road to allow access, even in inclement weather, yet secluded enough to get away. Nearby amenities include fishing spots, scenic hikes, farmer's markets, a variety of restaurants, and Lost River Trading Post, to name just a few. Wonderful neighbors and beautiful homes are already going up with generous space between homes on these large lots. Subdivision bylaws are very fair, HOA fees are only $300 per year, and you can rest assured this will be a space that maintains its natural beauty and serenity for many years to come. Lot has an approved percolation test for a septic system, fiber optic internet and electric service available, and a solid, wide roadway. A water well will need to be drilled to between 200-300 feet and this has been no issue for nearby lots.
Mountain Paradise adjoining West Virginia's pristine George Washington National Forest. Escape to the breathtaking beauty of West Virginia's mountains with this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own 686.10 acres of pristine land, nestled within the awe-inspiring George Washington National Forest. Surrounded by over 58,000 acres of untouched wilderness, this property offers an exceptional setting for hunting, hiking, preservation, or even subdivision for those seeking a truly unique investment. Spread across 686.10 acres, this property provides an expansive canvas for your dreams. Imagine the endless possibilities for building your dream retreat, establishing a private hunting lodge, or developing an exclusive subdivision. Experience the serene beauty of the West Virginia mountains. Towering peaks, lush valleys, and panoramic vistas await you at every turn. Discover the perfect spot to immerse yourself in nature, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Nature enthusiasts and hunters alike will relish the property's unparalleled access to the George Washington National Forest. With over 58,000 acres of protected land just beyond your doorstep, you'll have a vast playground for exploration, hiking, camping, and observing the abundant wildlife. For avid hunters, this property is a dream come true. The mountains of West Virginia are renowned for their abundant deer, bear, turkey, and small game populations. Embrace the thrill of the hunt on this never ending expanse of land. Whether you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding, this property offers endless prospects for outdoor recreation. Discover hidden trails, cascading waterfalls, and breathtaking overlooks as you navigate through the untamed wilderness. With its vast size and proximity to the George Washington National Forest, this property is an ideal candidate for preservation efforts. Imagine leaving a lasting legacy by protecting this natural wonderland for future generations to enjoy. Investors and developers will appreciate the potential for subdivision. Take advantage of the property's ample acreage to create a carefully planned community or establish private mountain retreats. The options are limitless. Don't miss your chance to own this remarkable slice of West Virginia's mountain paradise. Embrace the tranquility of nature, immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring surroundings, and create a legacy that will endure for years to come. Contact us now to seize this extraordinary opportunity and make your mountain dreams a reality!
SLATE ROCK CROSSING, LOT 34: Too much stress, too much noise, too much to do? Let it all go when you arrive at this 3 fully wooded acres of serenity. Complete with an approved percolation test for a septic system, fiber optic and electric service available, and a solid, wide roadway. Just across the WV state line, approximately 95 miles from Washington DC, this area is a premier destination. Fish in the numerous trout stocked streams, rivers, and lakes, hike the George Washington National Forest, canoe, windsurf, or row your boat in Warden Lake, Kimseyâs Run Lake or Rock Cliff Lake, find Lost River, and see the only natural body of water in the state, Trout Pond. Eat at the one of the counties many restaurants or find fresh vegetables at one of the farmerâs markets, take a day trip to the ski resorts, Cass Scenic Railroad, or Dolly Sods. West Virginia is rich in history that its many generations of folks would like to share with you. Come share the experience!
SLATE ROCK CROSSING, LOT 33: Trees make a forest, forest provides shelter for deer, squirrels, and birds. The menagerie of wildlife can be your new neighbors when you build in the forest. Room for all on this 5 wooded acres! Complete with an approved percolation test for a septic system, fiber optic and electric service available, and a solid, wide roadway. Just across the WV state line, approximately 95 miles from Washington DC, this area is a premier destination. Fish in the numerous trout stocked streams, rivers, and lakes, hike the George Washington National Forest, canoe, windsurf, or row your boat in Warden Lake, Kimseyâs Run Lake or Rock Cliff Lake, find Lost River, and see the only natural body of water in the state, Trout Pond. Eat at the one of the counties many restaurants or find fresh vegetables at one of the farmerâs markets, take a day trip to the ski resorts, Cass Scenic Railroad, or Dolly Sods. West Virginia is rich in history that its many generations of folks would like to share with you. Come share the experience!