Luxury Afton VA Homes For Sale


Recently Sold Luxury Afton VA Homes

This to-be-built James on lot 3A in the brand-new Stockton Creek community features an open landscape and a plan designed to take advantage of the exceptional mountain views.  Soak in the amazing sunrise from your back porch with unobstructed views.  This two-acre property is just a moments' drive from some of the best breweries and wineries in Western Albemarle county.  Sitting directly at the base of Afton Mountain you can be on the Blue Ridge Parkway or Skyline drive in just minutes.  This nearly level lot provides the homeowners endless possibilities for outdoor entertaining or play. $1,324,563 Pending


4 Beds 3.5 Baths 3,678 SqFt 2.070 Acres

Well built and maintained custom home on 23 acres in popular and convenient Batesville. Privacy abounds in the hardwood forested setting, with bold Blue Ridge Mountain views and long Mechums River frontage. The well maintained home has just been updated with newly remodeled bathrooms, new paint, new LVP flooring, new windows/slider. The kitchen features newer stainless appliances and granite counters, and opens to the living area and rear deck which is perfect for family togetherness and entertaining. Custom brick Finnish fireplace designed to retain and disperse heat. Comfortable master suite with large walk-in closet and built-ins. Additional large outbuilding is a wonderful workshop area with 30 & 50 amp RV service, or it could be converted for guest/rental accommodation. Other property features are animal shed with fenced in area and an additional large underground fence system. 1G Firefly fiber optic internet available. Minutes to the Batesville Store, Western Schools, and Crozet shopping. Numerous area breweries, wineries, cideries and outdoor attractions. An ideal Western Albemarle location for a primary or weekend home! Arrange for a visit today! $800,000 Sold


4 Beds 2.5 Baths 2,641 SqFt 23.150 Acres

A Nelson County Gem!  This unique recently Updated and Freshly Painted 3 Bedroom 2 1/2 Bath Home is waiting for you. Sassafras Farm consists of 74.5 acres, a 200 year old chestnut log cabin was tastefully integrated into a two story farmhouse built in 1990.  Walk into the Living Room and see the beautiful Stone Hearth and add your own Wood Stove.  Bright New Kitchen with Exposed Beams include white granite Counters, SS Appliances and Range Hood, new cabinets and flooring.  Original cabin exposed walls and beams extend through out the House.  Laundry Room with new Tile Flooring.  Extensive stonework, multiple porches and decks, dramatic views.  2-Stall Horse Barn. $895,000 Sold


3 Beds 2.5 Baths 2,800 SqFt 74.500 Acres

Brand new custom home built on owners lot! Respected local builder who offers great attention to detail and thoughtfully designed living spaces with high end finishes throughout.  Main floor bedroom with full bath.  Standard features include 2 x 6 exterior walls, Pella windows, open concept home with high ceilings and sunlit rooms, beautiful bathrooms with unique tile work and fixtures and fabulous kitchens with quartz counters, beautiful cabinetry, stainless KitchenAid appliances and walk in pantry with utility kitchen!  Call to discuss building your home or one that meets your needs anywhere in central VA.  Plans can be customized and pricing may be subject to change due to material price increases. $904,500 Sold

170 HATTIES LN AFTON, Virginia

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,850 SqFt 4.100 Acres

An amazing one of a kind contemporary home with great mountain views, cedar tongue and grove paneling with Black Walnut trim and doors, hickory floors, Great room with stone fireplace, first floor master suite with gas fireplace and remodeled master bathroom, large remodeled eat-in kitchen leading to screened porch, formal dining room, terrace level recreation room with full bath and kitchenette, multi-purpose room or large office, house generator, tankless LP gas hot water heater, cypress siding, fishing pond with dock and more!   Call your Realtor today!    Don't miss the Visual Tour of this beautiful property! $925,000 Sold

153 ORCHARD PL AFTON, Virginia

4 Beds 4.5 Baths 3,773 SqFt 11.520 Acres

Colonial-style estate nestled on over 8 acres of lush, wooded land. This property boasts a classic English garden, and outdoor fireplace perfect for entertaining guests. With 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 5429 square feet, this magnificent home, accompanied by a studio apartment guest house, offers an unparalleled living experience for you and your loved ones. If you require more space the exercise room downstairs can be converted into a 6th bedroom.  Outside, revel in relaxation and outdoor recreation. The sprawling patio provides an idyllic setting for social gatherings or serene evenings spent appreciating the picturesque surroundings. Enjoy an evening in the hot tub or a movie on the projector in your in-home theater room with stadium seating.  Conveniently located mere minutes away from acclaimed wineries, breweries, and renowned attractions such as the Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah National Park, this residence serves as the ideal home base for exploring the diverse range of local tasting experiences, culinary delights, and outdoor adventures in the area. $925,000 Sold

8200 DICK WOODS RD AFTON, Virginia

5 Beds 4 Baths 5,793 SqFt 8.670 Acres

Beautifully landscaped and versatile furnished mountain-side property. Secluded prime location in wine country (by Veritas Vineyard), but near Charlottesville. Extensive modern expansion with native wood, granite, and modern appliances to blend country comfort with contemporary style. A successful B&B and residence, this property is ready to be a multi-family home, duplex, multiple rental, B&B, or vacation home. Also features a large 18KW solar system, backup generator, fiber internet, updated utilities, decks, paved driveway, parking, nature platform, zoned agricultural (open use), no HOA. $932,000 Sold


6 Beds 6 Baths 3,670 SqFt 21.290 Acres

If you want secluded country living you must see these two houses tucked away at the end of a scenic country lane. Main home is architect designed and sits on a knoll overlooking the Rockfish river and features the finest quality materials and craftmanship. In addition to the main residence is a separate, tastefully restored, guest cottage. A grand stone fireplace anchors the 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath main residence. Cathedral ceilings with exposed repurposed barn beams, reclaimed lumber flooring, soapstone floors, custom cabinets make this home a masterpiece. The beautifully restored bungalow style 2 bedroom guest cottage w/ kitchen, open dining and living area, full bath, laundry and large private deck complete this private oasis. Views of Ragged Mountain to the east enjoyed by both parcels. Close to Nellysford amd Wintergreen Resort Airbnb would be an option. Firefly for fiber cable and wifi. $1,038,000 Sold


2 Beds 2.5 Baths 4,488 SqFt 9.130 Acres

Sited to capture the spectacular views of the Blue Ridge and surrounding mountains from almost every window, this stunning home is nestled on just under 5 gently rolling acres. Custom built, the main level boasts 9" ceilings w/ distinctive arched entries, built-in cabinetry in the great room, and hardwood floors throughout. The bright & expansive kitchen features all new appliances, granite countertops, butcher block island & breakfast bar. Upstairs, you are greeted by a magnificent mountain view from the open study. The owners suite features a spacious bedroom w/ balcony to soak in the tranquil scenery. The second level also boasts 3 additional generous, light-filled en suite bedrooms. A breezeway connects the main house to the garage w/ a fabulous bonus room & full bath above that can be utilized a 5th bedroom, guest or in-law suite. Full walk out basement w/ french doors is plumbed & ready to be finished. Mature landscaping, streams, extensive flower beds, hot tub, shed, chick coop, fenced garden & adorable flower shed. Nearby activites abound: hike in the Shenandoah National Park, ski/golf/tennis at Wintergreen Resort, visit local orchards, wineries & breweries, & only 30 min to Charlottesville & UVA. Western Albemarle Schools $1,075,000 Sold

9051 DICK WOODS RD AFTON, Virginia

5 Beds 5.5 Baths 3,738 SqFt 4.870 Acres

This successful traditional B&B is hitting the market for the first time in 20 years! Built in 1848, this historic home is brimming with charm. The 4200+ sqft home features 5 en-suite rooms, living room, parlor, and dining room in the B&B portion. Inside the owner's quarters are a large kitchen, breakfast nook, family room, home office, master bed, & bath. You and your guests will be able to enjoy the serene property throughout the seasons with a lovely patio & fire pit as well as a refreshing in-ground pool. Your property will have the only Tesla Destination Charger in Afton! The owners have meticulously maintained the property and earned a 4.9 rating on Google for the business. Very recent maintenance includes pumping the septic in August 2022 & repainting the metal roof in August 2022. Firefly fiber optic will keep your business operations running smoothly. Located centrally on the Nelson 151 Craft Beverage Trail, this property is surrounded by numerous wineries and breweries. Minutes from Skyline Drive/Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway, and less than 30 minutes to Charlottesville, UVA, and Monticello! Please schedule an appointment to see this property soon as; at this price, it will not last long! $1,200,000 Sold


6 Beds 6.5 Baths 4,210 SqFt 9.640 Acres

Hard to believe a property with 360 degree views, 15+ acre lake, lush rolling fields of rich grass and a spectacular 5-bedroom home with tall ceilings, heart pine floors, four fireplaces, a study, garages and unparalleled views exists. Located in Greenwood, this exceptional 317-acre property is a gem; a one-of-a-kind, not to be replicated, gem. Add to all mentioned above a handsome log cabin with fireplace, stunning party barn and a two bedroom cottage. Additional acreage available. $5,900,000 Sold

7777 DICK WOODS RD AFTON, Virginia

5 Beds 4.5 Baths 5,226 SqFt 277.520 Acres

History of Afton Virginia

The naming of Afton, Virginia, was most likely influenced by the river Afton, a small river in Scotland. Robert Burn wrote a poem in 1791 about the river Afton called Sweet Afton, and this poem helped popularize the naming of this mountaintop town.

How lofty, sweet Afton, thy neighboring hills
Far mark’d with the courses of clear winding rills
How pleasant thy banks and green valleys below
Where, wild in the woodlands, the primroses blow

In June 1781, the Virginia General Assembly flees through Rockfish Gap to Staunton to escape capture by Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton and his British Dragoons.

Between August 1-4, 1818, the location of Central College (the current University of Virginia) is decided at the Rockfish Gap Tavern.

Former presidents Jefferson and Madison and President Monroe along with other dignitaries meet at the Rockfish Gap Tavern and are among those appointed to decide whether the school will be in Lexington, Staunton, or Charlottesville.

In 1837, Andrew Stephenson, American ambassador to the Court of James and Albemarle County native, presented Queen Victoria with a basket of Albemarle pippins. The queen exempts Virginia apples from import duties and Afton goes into its boom period.

1849, Claudius Crozet proposed four tunnels for a new rail line connecting the Mechums River in Albemarle County to Waynesboro in Augusta County.

Christmas Day, 1856, miners digging the Blue Ridge Tunnel from opposite sides of Afton Mountain ‘hole through’ after eight exhausting years. On April 13, 1858, The Blue Ridge Tunnel opened, beginning nearly 90 years of service.

April 1859, the village of Afton, Virginia, was established. Claudius Crozet’s miraculous construction of the Blue Ridge Tunnel linking Augusta and Albemarle Counties was the longest of its time and was primarily constructed by Scots-Irish immigrants who crossed at Rockfish Gap to settle the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains who had settled in the mid-1740s.

1861-1865, Union and Confederate forces vie to deny each other use of the Virginia Central Railroad, a vital link between the Shenandoah Valley and Richmond. The train depot is torched; most of the track is destroyed and the railroad is left bankrupt by the end of the Civil War.

September 17, 1865, General Robert E. Lee spends the night at the expanded inn, renamed the Mountain Top Inn. He is on his way to Lexington after being invited to become the president of Washington College.

In 1869, the wonderful Afton House was built to accommodate summer visitors fleeing yellow fever in the nearby cities.

In 1867-1888, transcontinental railroad magnate Collis P. Huntington incorporated the Virginia Central into his company but lost control when it went into receivership. The reorganized railway financed with Morgan and Vanderbilt money is renamed The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company, with Melvin Ingalls as president. West Virginia coalfields are opened.

On April 4th, 1909, a fire destroys the Mountain Top Inn leaving only the stone walls of the original inn.

Swannanoa, the lavish Italianate mansion atop Afton, was completed in 1913 and soon thereafter Royal Orchard, an imposing granite castle owned by the Scott family, was built.

Construction began on the Blue Ridge Parkway by the CCC on September 11th, 1935.

By the turn of the 20th century, the village of Afton was self-supporting with coopers providing barrels to the local orchards, support staff at the hotel, several general merchants, blacksmiths, and those performing repair work, all in addition to orchard and farm work, and a variety of railroad jobs.

Afton’s horizon continued to shine brightly for many decades.

Two distinctive mountaintop mansions were built nearby.

All the automobile and truck traffic across the mountain continued to pass through the village for the next 40+ years, and service stations and garages were established to accommodate the traveling public’s needs.

1948, Howard Johnson’s opens on Afton. The restaurant was later joined by Holiday Inn, now Inn at Afton. None remain open today.

December 22, 1972, Interstate 64 across Afton Mountain opens, and Waynesboro and Augusta County begin to flourish.

Today, Afton Mountain is the entry to the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Shenandoah National Park.

The Appalachian Trail, Route 250, and I-64 cross at Rockfish Gap with scenic overlooks that provide a sweeping view into the Rockfish Valley and offer wonderful orchards and vineyards.