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Isle of Wight, VA Homes For Sale
Sitting along Virginia's James River, this historic county offers residents a quaint yet modern lifestyle. Those who call Isle of Wight home cherish the area for its rich history and natural beauty. Whether you're looking for luxury homes, spacious property, or a modest family home, there is a slice of real estate heaven for every lifestyle and budget. Isle of Wight County homes for sale range widely in price from less than $10,000 for an undeveloped plot of land to more than a million for one of the luxurious waterfront estates that line the banks of the James River.
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MLS® #10254968 New Listing
614 Westminster Rch, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 3,281 Sf
Welcome Home. Walk In And See Cathedral Ceilings, Hardwood Floor, New Carpet, Fresh Paint And Open Floor Plan. This Beautiful 4 Bedroom Home Has Fo...
MLS® #10253456 New Listing
14151 Foursquare Rd, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 2 Bath • 2,661 Sf • 20.16 Acres
Wow!! This Is A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity For You To Own A 20 + Acre Dream Farm That Includes A Luxurious Home, Huge Detached Garage, Custom W...
MLS® #10254869 Under Contract
146 Spring Meadow Ln, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 2,385 Sf
The Venice. Tbb. Sold.
MLS® #10254783 New Listing
34 Days Point Ln, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 2,100 Sf
Amazing Opportunity In Beautiful And Desirable Days Point! Lovely Four Bedroom Home On 3.22 Acres. Very Spacious Open Kitchen/ Family Room Design. ...
MLS® #10254664 New Listing
121 Meadowbrook Ln, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 1 Bath • 912 Sf • 1.11 Acres
Ranch On A Quiet Cul De Sac. Convenient To Shopping, Interstate And Bases. Nice 1 Acre Lot In An Established Neighborhood.
MLS® #10254655 Under Contract
307 Spring Hill Pl, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 3 Bath • 1,801 Sf
The Sienna. Tbb. Sold.
MLS® #10254364 New Listing
112 Liberty Way, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23314
5 Bed • 4 Bath • 3,525 Sf
MLS® #10254333 Under Contract
144 Bridger Dr, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 3 Bath • 2,380 Sf
The Genoa. Sold. Tbb.
MLS® #10254271 Under Contract
130 Bridger Dr, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 3,220 Sf
The Rome. Sold. Tbb.
MLS® #10254269 Under Contract
128 Bridger Rd, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 3 Bath • 2,527 Sf
The Genoa. Sol.d. Tbb.
MLS® #10254265 Under Contract
143 Spring Meadow Ln, Isle of Wight County, VA, 23430
3 Bed • 3 Bath • 1,801 Sf
The Sienna. Sold. Tbb.
Explore Isle of Wight County Real Estate
Buyers interested in Isle of Wight County real estate opportunities will find that there is no shortage of options available to them. The county consists of eleven distinct communities, each of which has their own unique aesthetic and feel. As such, it is possible for buyers to choose to live in friendly suburbs in community-minded towns or to live on expansive rural properties where one can hardly spot their neighbors.
Popular Home Searches in Isle of Wight
Those who are just entering the local real estate market will find that prices are affordable ensuring that young families do not have difficulty purchasing a small starter home. With compact floorplans that feature two or three bedrooms, these houses can be an ideal first place to invest. Some of these houses reflect older builder styles characteristic of the 1950s and 60s while others constitute more recent construction.
On the high end of the market, buyers will find homes valued near a million dollars. Often located near the shores of the Pagan or James River, these estates offer the finest in luxury living. Many brag deep water access, ideal for those who love to dock their boat at home. Others have unique custom features such as private theaters and elegant spiral staircases.
Communities Within Isle of Wight County
Isle of Wight refers to both a county and a small unincorporated town at the heart of the county. Both the county and the community draw their name from the small pocket of land located in the English Channel where many of the early settlers originated. Today, the population of the county is more than 35,000 residents. The county measures a total of 30 miles at its widest point, and as such, residents will find that they are never more than a short drive from a variety of local amenities. Locals will find that this county encompasses two incorporated communities as well as several smaller ones. Here is a brief overview of some of the most significant communities in the region.
Located at the junction of Pagan River and James River, Smithfield is one of the largest centers in the County and is famous for the production of Smithfield ham; each year the company locally produces 20 million pounds of pork. For many in Isle of Wight County, Smithfield’s Main Street is a convenient place to enjoy dinner and a drink at one of the restaurants, bars, and wineries in the town; run errands at the bank or post office, and buy basic household supplies. Westside Elementary School, Smithfield Middle School, and Smithfield High School also offer local children a complete education close to home. When it comes to recreation, residents of Smithfield homes will find that Windsor Castle Park offers a wealth of options including:
• Pier fishing
• Mountain bike paths
• Hiking trails
• Picnic spaces
• Dog park
• Historic Castle
At the meeting place of Highways 258 and 460, the town of Windsor is the home of approximately 1,000 permanent residents. This community is a popular place for families with children to settle as the community is home to Windsor Elementary School, Georgie Tyler Middle School, and Windsor High School. With a local bank, post office, public library, and grocery store, many residents will find that all of their daily needs can be met without leaving town.
Isle of Wight
The small unincorporated town that shares a name with the larger county takes on the role of the county seat. In this community, visitors will find a local courthouse, the county treasurer, voter registration, and other public services.
On the most westerly border of the county, the town of Franklin is home to more than 8,000 residents. A community that once began as a simple railroad stop is steadily growing. By 2030, the city aims to be an economic hub with plenty of careers, education, and housing opportunities for its residents.