Ragged Mountain Farm
Just off of Route 64 on scenic Dick Woods Road, Ragged Mountain Farm is the site of some of the most unsurpassable views anywhere in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The farm is named for the nearby chain of forested hills at the foot of the Blue Ridge. The area was immortalized in Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “A Tale of Ragged Mountains”.
Space to Stretch and to Build
Ragged Mountain Farm contains forty estate parcels and four preservation tracts. While some of the estate parcels are nearly 100 acres, most are in the 3-to-6-acre range. In addition to views of the Blue Ridge, many of the parcels contain views of Ivy Valley, the Ivy Creek, and the original farm and its large pond. The lots for sale at Ragged Mountain Farm are perfect for building spacious single-family homes, and many of the best custom home builders in the area have designed and built architecturally stunning homes on previously unoccupied lots.
World-Class Amenities Just Down the Road
Ragged Mountain Farm is a short drive away from many of the best amenities the Commonwealth of Virginia has to offer. To the east is Boar’s Head Resort, a AAA/four-diamond country resort that features a Sports Club, a spa, several fine dining establishments, and a Golf Course that is currently undergoing a redesign led by PGA Hall of Famer Davis Love III. Diagonally across the street is Farmington Country Club, a full-service private club that features 28 holes of golf and a clubhouse boasting a room designed by Thomas Jefferson. The University of Virginia, one of the premier research universities in the world and home to the top-ranked hospital in the commonwealth, is just over the Ivy/Charlottesville border. The proximity of Interstate 64 makes Ragged Mountain convenient to Barracks Road Shopping Center in Charlottesville and the Blue Ridge Shopping Center in Crozet.