The median home value in Bremo Bluff,
VA is $345,000.
the county median home value of $275,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Bremo Bluff,
VA is $345,000.
Approximately 65% of
Bremo Bluff homes are owned,
compared to 22% rented, while
13% are vacant.
Bremo Bluff real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Bremo Bluff real estate agent to arrange a tour
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Nestled in a private, park-like setting, this expansive 90.25-acre property offers a perfect blend of wooded and open spaces. Ideal for hunting and outdoor enthusiasts, its diverse topography features rolling landscapes and lush hardwoodsâWhite & Red oaks, Beech, Maples, Tulip tree, Dogwood, Black Walnut, and thriving blackberries. Serenity reigns as wildlife thrives in its natural habitat. Convenience meets seclusion, just 5 minutes from Fork Union. Nearby James River and Bremo Bluff (5 mins), Palmyra (15 mins), Scottsville (20 mins), Zion Crossroads & I-64 (25 mins). Charlottesville sits just a 40-minute drive, and Short Pump is 50 minutes. This parcel sits amidst a cluster of local vineyards/wineries, perfect for wine connoisseurs. A former lake transformed into a picturesque stream meanders to Holman Creek and the James River, adding a water element. The historical earthen dam, now decommissioned, offers a breathtaking vista over open grassland. No HOAs, covenants, or restrictionsâa canvas for your dream retreat home or private getaway. Embrace the endless possibilities in this tranquil haven!
The potential uses for this property are truly endless, making it an exciting investment opportunity. Whether you're looking for a timber investment, a private hunting property, hobby farm, family subdivision, or even a possible division into two lots, this property has great potential for all of these options. The property boasts 934.71 feet of road frontage, according to a survey conducted in July 2005. It has a mainly flat topography, making it easy to navigate and develop. The property is zoned residential, making it a great option for those looking to build a home on acreage. Recreational activities abound on this property, with options ranging from hunting to ATVs, horseback riding, camping, and shooting. The property has great food plot locations and an abundance of wildlife sign, including heavily worn game trails and tracks with the potential for deer, turkey, bear, and predators. Judy Creek runs through the western end of the land and it also offers approximately 8 1/2 acres of open tillable field. Located in a convenient and well-sought-after location. Call today to schedule a private showing and take the first step toward making this property your own.