Here’s a look at a few beautiful mountain homes currently for sale.
When summer’s heat arrives, do you dream about escaping to the mountains for some fresh, cool air? A home in the mountains can be a place to relax, surrounded by beautiful scenery, or to enjoy outdoor adventures. Listed below are a few of our favorite mountain retreats currently for sale by Long & Foster Real Estate that offer just that and more.
This nearly 9,000 square foot home has four fireplaces, a golf simulator, exercise room, hot tub, treadmill hot tub, game room and spacious covered open patio with fire pit, koi pond and beautiful mountain views, as well as a famous owner.
This Colonial Williamsburg-style home is situated on six wooded acres with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Its hardwood floors on the main level, recently updated kitchen, overlooking a park-like back yard, and huge deck make it perfect for summer entertaining or year-round living.
Showcasing the beauty of its natural surroundings, this newly-constructed home watches over majestic South Mountain. Its modern farmhouse design combines rustic luxury with equestrian overtones. Every room of the home is bathed in natural light, creating a seamless transition from indoor living to the outdoors.
Situated on a 75-acre bluff, this over 3,300 square foot home commands gorgeous mountain views from its porch and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the home. The property includes a two-acre fenced horse pasture, with shed, hay barn and tack area surrounded by mature gardens.
A long private driveway leads you to this secluded over 6,000 square foot home on 25 acres in the Catoctin Mountain valley. The main level includes a separate wing with its own living room, dining room, full kitchen and a bedroom. Outside, a multi-level paver patio highlights the gorgeous in-ground pool with accent lighting. The horse barn with heated tack room is perfect for equestrian activities.
485 Emerald Boulevard, Christiansburg, VA. Listed for $1,700,000 by Ray Musselman of the Blacksburg, Virginia, office.
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this Victorian-style home is built with fine craftsmanship including centuries-old walnut tongue and groove wainscoting, intricate trim and a handcrafted staircase. Its stately, two-story dining room has a unique dome ceiling and two-story windows to take in the spectacular views.