The median home value in Maurertown, VA is $257,000.
the county median home value of $200,000.
The national median home value is $266,648.
The average price of homes sold in Maurertown, VA is $257,000.
Approximately 74% of Maurertown homes are owned,
compared to 17% rented, while
9% are vacant.
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ATTENTION INVESTORS!!! Well-maintained 2240 sq ft twin/semi detached home featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 half baths. Currently split into two rental units with a firewall and staircases separating them. Many upgrades including crown molding in the living rooms, water softeners, and new roof on the home and both storage sheds in 2021. Central air, water heater, and several appliances have also been recently replaced in both units. Located in Maurertown just minutes to I-81 in Toms Brook and Woodstock. Two long-term tenants occupying the rentals. Don't miss this opportunity to own a well established income producing property.
If you are looking for a getaway place by the river or some R&R then come take a look at this nice cozy cabin in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. This property has so much to offer such as access to the river, fishing, large front deck facing the water, and much more. Updated electric, new windows, new roof, new vinyl siding, new plumbing are just some of the perks of this property. This one won't last long so give me a call today! Professional photos to come.
Amazing investment opportunity! Multi Family or individual units for great rental income! Three full floors, each having their own rental unit (metered separately - electric). 1st Floor - 1 BR, 1 Full Bath - currently rented at $625/mo (Month-to-Month) plus electric (metered separately). Level walk in entry, large living area, bedroom and kitchen with dining room and plenty of storage! Newer windows. New Fridge. 2nd Floor - 2 BR, 1 Full Bath - currently rented for $800 per month plus electric. Newer windows. New lower kitchen cabs and countertops and new floor. New SS Stove & Double Door Fridge. 3rd (top floor) - 2 BR, 2 Full BA - currently rented for $850 per month plus electric (metered separately). The current owner has made many updates/upgrades to the property to include a state of the art water filtration/softening system, One New Hot Water Heater, Garage Door, many new windows. Upper & middle level units have W/D hookups. Entire property is fully rented at this time. Gorgeous back yard with majestic views! Additional lot (behind house/property) available for additional amount.
Attention Hunters, Horse Enthusiasts, Nature Lovers, etc. 5.08 acre farmette with house for sale located in beautiful Maurertown, VA. This Property adjoins the National Forest and is perfect place for a hunters retreat for someone who loves to hunt and hang out with buddies by the camp fire and enjoy making some memories with good friends. There are 2 Streams and a creek that runs through the property. The home has no septic or well and is in need of repairs but with some TLC it could become the perfect little weekend getaway after a long and stressful work week and you just need to have that peaceful little place you can go to so you can rest, relax and recharge. So if you're looking to own a little piece of heaven to connect with nature and get away from the city and all the stress in your life this may be what you've been looking for. This property would be perfect for the person or a family that would love to have and enjoy life on a farm and to own a few farm animals without having to incur the cost as well as the up keep that comes along with owning a large farm. There is an outhouse on the property and a pump located in an exterior building on the property pumps water into the house. The owner is in the process of putting up new fencing, a new horse riding ring has been erected on the property and other upgrades are being done to the property. The Property is being "SOLD AS IS WHERE IS" Any inspections will be for informational purposes only New Pictures will be uploaded to the listing as the upgrades to the property are completed. The Owner has been able to get 4 Bedroom Perk on this property
LOOKING TO GET AWAY .... look no further than North Mountain Vineyard and Winery! This winery was one of the original wineries in the state of VA and now CAN BE YOURS. What an opportunity to own this long-established, family owned vineyard and tasting room located just minutes off of I-81 in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Included in the sale are 2 parcels totaling 46.7 acres! Enjoy overseeing the winemaking from your 17 acres under grape boasting 10 varietals! Imagine living upstairs over the tasting room.... talk about a short commute to work! Or, with all the included acreage, build your dream house and convert the upstairs space to an event area. There is so much potential with this beautiful property. Enjoy brand recognition with an established customer base and did we mention that the winemaker and owner are willing to stay on and mentor the new owners if needed! Located just 90 minutes from Washington, DC this winery is a favorite for locals and out of town clients. What an opportunity to own a piece of VA wine history complete with all of the equipment to continue the legacy.
Welcome to "The Windel House" - The stately 1773-built home that's rich with history and with many stories to tell. Home Details & History Notes from the Seller: The Palatinate (Pfalz) is a state in southwestern Germany. Its from this region that Georg Windel immigrated to the American colonies in the late 18th Century. In 1772 he received a land grant from Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairfax, to settle on 141 acres of land in a place called Maurertown in the northern Shenandoah Valley. Its here that Mr. Windel built a log cabin with an adjacent carriage house which serviced mounts and carriages on the Old Valley Pike (todays Route 11) in 1773. Maurertown (Maurer is German for mason) was founded by German freemasons who were among the first European settlers in the Shenandoah Valley. The Valley had not been open to English settlers until the 1750s because of a Royal decree prohibiting settlement west of the Blue Ridge mountains. The crown was unwilling to pay for defense and stationing of troops on the then-frontier. Germans (and many Scotch-Irish) streamed into the Valley because it reminded them of home, and the rich soil fed by limestone bedrock presented fertile farming land. By 1770, 76% of the northern Shenandoah Valley was populated by Germans. The neighboring town of Woodstock was originally named Mullerstadt, but after its incorporation in 1752 was named Woodstock by George Washington who served in the House of Burgesses in Winchester 20 miles to the north. Washington was a frequent visitor to the region because of his friendship with Peter Muhlenberg, the local Presbyterian minister whose glebe house was located a half mile from the Windel House. Washington and Muhlenberg would frequently hunt and fish together and some anecdotal evidence suggests Washington may have been a guest at the Windel House owing not only to proximity but also the fact that all of these men were freemasons. When the American Revolution broke out, Muhlenberg was asked to raise a regiment comprised entirely of Germans from the Valley to help enlist Germans to the fight for independence from England. Muhlenberg enlisted 300 men to form the 8th Virginia Infantry Regiment, the first German regiment in the Continental Army. Georg Windel was among them. In its almost 250 years of existence, there have been 6 owners. Situated on .6 acres of land, the cabin and combined carriage house are now one single home totaling over 3,000 square feet on two floors. Kitchen, pub room, two full bathrooms, office, living room, library, den, master bedroom and three more bedrooms. Laundry room and utility room. There are two outbuildings including the summer kitchen (which houses the original cooking stove), and a railroad depot building which was erected in 1854 when the Manassas Gap railroad was built. There is an attic space for storage and an unfinished basement under the old carriage house section. Hardwood floors throughout the first floor have all been recently refinished. Half of the home has central air and heat, while the other half is heated by an oil furnace. Most windows, plumbing and electrical have all been upgraded. New washer and dryer. The house also includes the original land grant issued to Georg Windel. WHAT IS NEARBY: 1 Mile to Shenandoah County Park, 6.3 Miles to Walmart, 5.4 Miles to Food Lion, 3.8 Miles to I-81 Exit 291, 12.8 Miles to I-66/I-81 Interchange, 28 Miles to Winchester VA, and 90 Miles to DC. Sold As-Is.
This is a remarkably historic home/ colonial tavern on the Old Valley Pike. Features include pegged cabinets, hardwood flooring, large rooms, period details, in ground pool, barn and a beautifully restored one bedroom cottage. If you like history and older homes, don't miss this one.