Why? Because it was an estate sale and sold as-is. The listing price was $695,000. This proves that a good home inspector will save you $1,000s.
Here’s the listing agent’s description: Charming stone home on beautiful 10 partially-fenced acres, Earlysville. A fairytale property, with a sweet fenced front yard, a driveway lined with glorious white Azaleas, and garden surprises with every step. In the winter months, while the rest of the garden, enjoy a surprise view of the Blue Ridge. There is an attached open garage and two stalls with a loft area. The home is beautifully constructed with rich wood and stone finishes. Owners’ bedroom and attached bath on Main Level, along with an office and 2nd full bath. Upstairs, two bedrooms with the home’s third full bath. The wide-open Great Room is comprised of a large fireplace in the gathering area and a dining room area, all of which opens to a lovely courtyard. Spacious eat-in kitchen with special architectural touches and loads of storage. The screened porch is a delightful space for solitude, and the pool and gazebo offer that “something extra” you may not be expecting. Completing the picture are a spacious gardening shed and attached pole barn.
Here’s a virtual tour of this Earlysville Va home that just sold. https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=G89Fb4sBi86&mls=1
Always use a savvy Charlottesville realtor (since 2003) and get the correct comps when you decide to make an offer on any Charlottesville homes.
Toby Beavers Charlottesville Realtor