MARKET INDICATOR REPORT First Quarter 2022 "888 homes were sold in the CAAR region during the first quarter. The number of sales was 17% lower than a year ago, reflecting 177 fewer sales. This is the third quarter in a row of year-over-year sales declines in the region. Home prices continued to rise quickly in the CAAR area. In the first quarter, the median sales price was $389,900, up 13% over a year ago, a gain of nearly $45,000. Inventory continued to fall in the CAAR region but at a slower pace. There were 472 active listings across the CAAR footprint at the end of the first quarter, which is just 3% fewer listings than this time last year. In addition, supply expanded in some local markets around the region."
This equine training center has everything you need on 67.50 acres in Cumberland, Virginia. The farm enjoys green pastures, streams, miles of reading trails, and rolling land. Thoughtfully built as a training center with a 100’x200 heated indoor arena with sprinkler system.Read More
MARKET INDICATOR REPORT FOR DECEMBER 2021 "Sales activity continues to moderate in the CAAR housing market. There were 415 sales in the region in December, 33 fewer sales than a year ago, which is a 7.4% decrease. Sales have been slowing down five out of the last six months in the CAAR market. There were some local markets that had sales growth, notably Charlottesville (+31.0%) and Albemarle County (+10.5%). The sharpest drop in sales occurred in Nelson County (-49.2%)."
Mill Hill includes an ensemble of domestic and agricultural buildings reflecting Nelson County’s farm practices from the antebellum period. The house retains hand-carved mantels, grained doors, and interior trim showing the integrity of design, artistry, and materials as a Greek Revival house built by a prosperous owner.Read More
SOLD! Cedar Glen Farm has a new owner! A gorgeous working farm with spectacular views located in Bedford County.
Gaited Meadows Farm is now under contract! A wonderful turnkey horse property located in Fluvanna County!
Gaited Meadows is a 21-acre horse farm gently tucked into the Fluvanna countryside. The tree-lined driveway will capture your interest and lead you on a gravel driveway along the pasture to the house. As the house comes into view, you can glimpse the barn and back pasture through the trees. The farm's layout is thoughtful and practical, with privacy and functionality in mind.Read More
"Sales activity was flat in the CAAR region compared to last November. There were 377 sales across the CAAR footprint in November, 1 fewer sale than a year ago, inching down less than 1%. The CAAR housing market has cooled down compared to the red-hot growth earlier this year and last year. Locally, sales activity slowed down in Nelson County (-32.8%) and Albemarle County (-13.3%) from last year. November sales were up year-over-year in Greene County (+60.0%) and Louisa County (+36.8%)."Read More
Legend has it that George Washington once stayed at Cedar Glen while on a surveying trip to Bedford County. As you stand in front of the circa 1760 home, time stands still. It is easy to imagine horse and rider galloping through the 124.9 acres of rolling farmland in need of an overnight stay.Read More
CharlottesvilleEquestrianEstates.com is a website focused on horse farms in the Central Virginia area. Visit this site to find equestrian homes for sale.
VirginiaHistoricEstates.com is a website for historic properties. Find historic homes in Central Virginia. Visit this site if you are looking for a home built prior to 1930.
CharlottesvilleCountryEstates.com is where we started. It was one of the first websites in the area to focus on country estates in Charlottesville.