Farmington Homes For Sale – Charlottesville VA
Farmington VA real estate is my all-around pick for those moving to Charlottesville.
While ungated, the property surrounding the Farmington Country Club is a magnificent park-like setting, full of early American history, and breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountain views.
There are 123 homes in Farmington, the majority of which were built between 1950-1980, and sit on 1.5 to 6 acres.
Recent Solds: Since Jan 1, 2023, there have been 3 homes for sale in Farmington, all of which sold within a 6-day median timeline.
The Median Price of a home in Farmington was $2,300,000. The lowest price paid was for 105 Finders Way for $1,065,000. 610 Ivy Lane was a private sale and sold for $4,850,000. The high was 260 Farmington Dr for $6,650,000.
Median days on the Market (before they went under contract) were 11.
How old are the homes in Farmington? There is the original plantation house, Farmington circa 1780, then 4 homes were built in the 1920s, 12 in the 30s, 9 in the 40s, 31 in the 50s, 26 in the 60s, 25 in the 70s, 7 in the 80s, 4 in the 1990s, and 7 in the 2000s.
Who buys Farmington VA real estate? The majority of club members today are from New York City, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Florida, (Richmond) Virginia, and California.
My Thoughts: Living in Farmington is a luxury and the grounds are marvelous. This is Piedmont, Virginia at its finest. The city of Charlottesville is nearby and offers everything a small, cosmopolitan, University city can offer.
Note – You do not have to join Farmington Country Club to live in Farmington; however, most homeowners do.
Note – We did not include the sale of Gallison Hall (375 Farmington Dr) since it sits on 43 acres. Gallison Hall circa 1931 was sold in 2022 for $7,900,000 which was the highest price.