The median home value in Castleton, VA is $600,000.
the county median home value of $412,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Castleton, VA is $600,000.
Approximately 64% of Castleton homes are owned,
compared to 17% rented, while
19% are vacant.
Castleton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Castle Mountain View Located in the heart of Castleton is this magical lot on 25 acres. The wooded lot is full of wonder and charm with a wonderful understory, lovely wildlife neighbors, creeks running across the property and a year-round stream. The woods provide privacy, but they are not too dense to walk through-making the property a joy to explore. There are several possible home sites, and at the highest point there are views of Castle Mountain with gentle clearing. There is a deeded right-of-way to an adjoining lot in the rear of the property that is well maintained on one side of the property. This quiet corner of Rappahannock County is protected from the road with a solid wood fence on the state maintained, paved road The world-famous Castleton Theater is around the corner for intimate classical music, opera and other performances and events. The villages of Sperryville and Washington are only 10 minutes away and are filled with shopping, art galleries, and restaurants-including the Three-Michelin Star Inn at Little Washington. The property is also convenient to Culpeper for weekly big box shopping.
Prepare to be enchanted by Rappahannock's FernGully. This 25 acre parcel claims over 1100 feet of Castleton View road frontage and encompasses a mature hardwood forest, rock outcroppings, and a modest spring. Please review the marked plat which highlights the significant features of the property and proposes the best house sites. Notes: 1)The house site surrounding the highest elevation point has the potential for scenic views. 2)There is an old hunting camp and shooting range near the back property line, as pictured. **All corners have been marked by a surveyor.