Ragged Mountain Farm Homes in Ivy, VA

There are 11 luxury homes in this attractive Ivy, VA neighborhood where the views of the Ragged Mountains and historic Ragged Mountain Farm are protected by a neighborhood preservation land trust.

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There are no amenities other than walking the neighborhood’s roads.

Median Price: Since Jan of 2o23, 2 homes have sold with a median price of $1,700,000.

Lots Sizes: 40 parcels from 3 to 100 acres with the majority in the 3-6 acres.

There are 4 preservation lots that overlook the historic Ragged Mountain Farm and their pond.

These 4 lots range in size from 92 to 106 acres and allows one primary residence.

2 of these large lots offer elevated, spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views and are accessed through the Ragged Mountain Farm neighborhood.

A 3rd parcel of 106 acres is comprised of the original Ragged Mountain Farm, complete with main house, guesthouse, barns, paddocks and other outbuildings.

The 4th lot is 92 acres enters from Taylors Gap Road and offers wooded uplands, pastureland and a four-stall barn with 2 paddocks.

All lots are sold.

Year Built: The new Ragged Mountain Farm homes were built between 2007-2024.

Builders in Ragged Mountain Farm: Evergreen Builders, MacMillan-Pace, Peak Builders, Redlands, Southland Homes, and Summit Custom Homes.

HOA Fees: $600 a year for year 2023.

Location: Ivy, Virginia off of Dick Woods Road and 15 mins to UVA.

Directions: From Charlottesville I-64 West to Exit 114/Ivy. Left on Dick Woods Rd. Travel past the entrance to The Rocks and Rosemont, to the left into Ragged Mountain Farm.

Albemarle County Public Schools that serve the Ragged Mountain Farm neighborhood are Murray Elementary, Henley Middle, and Western Albemarle High Schools.

My thoughts: Ragged Mountain Farm is very similar to both Rosemont and The Rocks. The scenic neighborhood is also far enough away that you will not hear the trucks coming and going on I-64 (you will be in The Rocks). This is a rather small neighborhood with no large parcels except the land preservation trust, which is a good thing. Since there are no amenities (pool, clubhouse, tennis, etc), I give Ragged Mountain Farm an 8 out of 10.