Located 10 minutes from Charlottesville, off Dick Woods Road, Route 637.
Convenient access to Charlottesville, UVA and beyond, via Interstate 64.
36 residential parcels from 3 to 6 acres
Four preservation tracts from 85 to 106 acres
Murray Elementary School
Henley Middle School
Western Albemarle High School
Individual wells and septic systems
Individual propane tanks
High-speed internet (DSL) with Century Link
Private paved roads to be turned over to the Commonwealth of Virginia
Zip Code 22903
Albemarle County ($0.742/$100 of assessment)
About Ragged Mountain Farm
Named for the deep-forested slopes of the Ragged Mountains which border the property, Ragged Mountain Farm is located just west of Charlottesville and minutes from the University of Virginia, Boar's Head Inn and Farmington Country Club. Forty estate parcels range in size from three to over 100 acres with the majority in the 3 to 6 acre range. The land at Ragged Mountain Farm offers spectacular sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and pastoral views of beautiful Ivy Valley.
The various parcels offer a wide range of home sites. The large preservation tracts and those that border them provide superior privacy and protection. Open parcels feature incredible Blue Ridge Mountain views while others border the pristine and beautiful Ivy Creek. Many overlook the original farm and its large pond. Take a tour and take your pick!
The four preservation tracts range in size from 92 to 106 acres. Each allows one primary residence. Two offer elevated, mountaintop home sites and are accessed through the Ragged Mountain Farm neighborhood. These two tracts provide magnificent mountain views.
A third preservation tract of 106 acres is comprised of the original Ragged Mountain Farm, complete with main house, guesthouse, barns, paddocks and other outbuildings.
The final preservation tract of 92 acres offers a private entrance fronting on Taylors Gap Road. This parcel offers wooded uplands in addition to open, fenced pastureland complete with a four-stall barn and two paddocks. The potential house site is elevated and it too provides mountain views second to none.
The home design process at Ragged Mountain Farm seeks to respect and enhance the character of the land, with a variety of architectural styles and scale welcomed. Buyers are encouraged to select their own builder. Design plans are subject to approval by the Landscape and Architectural Review Board, in order to protect the integrity of the neighborhood and its owners' investments in their home! The creators of Ragged Mountain Farm seek to merge natural and architectural beauty through careful siting, selection of colors and materials, and design considerations that extend beyond the building walls to include the entire home site.