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Paris VA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Paris, VA is $735,000. This is higher than the county median home value of $402,500. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Paris, VA is $735,000. Approximately 69% of Paris homes are owned, compared to 15% rented, while 15% are vacant. Paris real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Paris real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
2
Baths:
1 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,600
Status:
Active
MLS#:
VAFQ2005594
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
3.62 Acres
Year built:
1795
Courtesy: Thomas and Talbot Estate Properties, Inc.
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Welcome to historic La Grange. Now offered on 3.6239 acres. This is the first and only opportunity in a century to own this storied property, steeped in history. The charming 18th century two-story brick home has 4 large rooms in the authentic Federal Style. There are original pine floors, ten foot ceilings and large porch overlooking the majestic view of the Paris Valley. There is a 19th Century bank barn with a stone foundation, in good condition, suitable for creative uses. The home was built by Peter Glascock, the architect of Punkin'ville, Virginia, now Paris, Virginia. Glascock was a sea captain who settled in Virginia after serving alongside the Marquis de Lafayette in the Revolutionary War. Lafayette visited Glascock in this house after the war. It was Lafayette who renamed the village "Paris", and then chose the name La Grange after his own Chateau de la Grange outside of Paris, France. LaGrange is perched on a high site commanding views of Paris and Ovoka Farm's conserved lands in an area where thousands of acres are protected by conservation easements. The offering price is well below appraisal. Repairs and improvements just completed. This parcel of 3.6239 acres was created recently by administrative subdivision of record in Fauquier County land records at Deed Book 1735, Page 594 (8/29/22) . The new assigned PIN: 6035-71-6560-000. Also available from the seller are the adjacent 146.75 acres. See separate listing, VALO2037206 with plat and relevant documents attached. Property enjoys high speed broadband internet service.

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