Stuart Virginia Real Estate

Welcome To Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate

We are a full-service real estate firm located in Stuart, Virginia. We specialize in mountain land and homes in Patrick County, Virginia; Floyd County, Virginia; Carroll County, Virginia; Franklin County, Virginia; and Henry County, Virginia. If you are searching for land or a home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, look no further. Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate's broker, Edd Martin, is a native of the area and has over 15 years' experience as a full-time realtor.

We sell homes, farms, undeveloped land, and both large and small tracts of real estate in the Virginia mountains. If you're interested in a horse farm, cattle farm, weekend cabin, long range view, or tract of land with streams and springs, give us a call at 276-694-5002 and our expert REALTORS will begin the search to find the right real estate in Virginia for you. We listen to your needs and take care of the smallest details to make your property search easy and fun. We won't just ride you around looking at every tract of land or home for sale; we listen to your wishes and give you the personal service you deserve without wasting your time. Patrick County and the surrounding area has some of the best schools in Virginia and one of the lowest tax rates in the state. Come let us help you find your perfect property in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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Stuart

A small, quiet town in Patrick County, Virginia, Stuart holds a population of around 1500 persons. Nestled in a hilly area, the town is located in a valley within the Blue Ridge Mountains, and through the center flows the Mayo River, a tributary of the Dan River. Stuart, Virginia real estate provides the best that traditional America has to offer.

The town is divided into an uptown and downtown area. The uptown part features the town courthouse, which was built in 1852, while the downtown section contains the Star Theatre and the local business district. Established in 1792, when it was known as Taylorsville, Stuart has an interesting history documented by a permanent collection on display at the Patrick County Historical Museum.

Stuart hosts a variety of events throughout the year, many of them with a musical focus. One of these is the annual "Hot Fun in the Summertime" beach music festival, which features on-site camping and live performances. Also of note are the free monthly concerts held at the John D. Hooker Memorial Building. Meanwhile, every July in Stuart includes the Easter Brothers' Homecoming Gospel Sing, and in October there is the Apple Dumpling Festival, showcasing the work of area artisans and craftsmen. It is worth mentioning that Stuart is part of the "Crooked Road," Virginia's heritage music trail and don't forget the world famous Wood Brothers Racing Team.

The local Farmer's Market is open on Fridays from May through October. Other notable town institutions include the weekly newspaper "The Enterprise" and the radio station WHEO, broadcasting country, bluegrass, and gospel music.


The Town of Stuart in Virginia, is  a small town at Highways 8 & 58 in the foothills of the Blue Ridge  Highlands. 

Stuart has maintained it’s  traditional hometown values thru the years. This beautiful town has an Uptown  and Downtown business district.  Uptown  is the larger and is host to the County Seat & Courthouse.

Originally named  Taylorsville in 1792, Stuart was renamed after the Civil War in honor of  Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart, The famous Calvary General, who was born and  raised a short distance from here in Ararat.

A history of  Stuart in pictures, text and artifacts is offered by the Patrick County Historical Museum at 116 W. Blue Ridge Street next to the library.

Also, plan to visit  our Historic Courthouse built in 1822 and the Historic Star Theatre on Patrick Street in downtown Stuart.

Stuart has recently  expanded it town limits and has over one thousand residents.

The Danville  & Western railroad line, fondly known as “Dick & Willie” ended in  Stuart.  There still is a Patrick County road named Dick & Willie. At the  line’s end, in downtown Stuart, the Dick & Willie had a hand operated Train  Turntable.  The Downtown area was  affectionately known as the Depot. 

Stuart’s annual spring “Strawberry Festival” is hosted  Uptown. The National Register of Historic Places lists Uptown’s N. Main Street and Blue Ridge Street in its registry.

The Downtown area host’s the Apple Dumpling Festival in the  fall.  And a Saturday early in December marks  the Annual Christmas Parade.

“The Crooked Road”: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail loops through PatrickCounty and Stuart. The PatrickCounty Music Association offers monthly free concerts at The JohnD.HookerMemorialBuilding at Rotary Field Stuart, VA.  There is music somewhere near by almost every  Friday or Saturday evening.

Comprising 486 square miles, Patrick County, Virginia is located within two of America's most distinctive geological regions, the hilly Piedmont plateau and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the latter forming the predominant part of the area. Patrick County real estate appeals to those seeking out a rustic way of life in the modern age.

The terrain throughout the county hosts a great variety of attractive flora and fauna, much of it visible from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, which runs through the region. The distinctive bluish haze of the area's mountains, which gives the Blue Ridge its name, contributes heavily to the natural beauty of Patrick County. Additional showcases of the county's splendor can be found at the 4639-acre Fairy Stone State Park, in Stuart, as well as the Mabry Mill, a restored grist in Meadow of Dan.

Patrick County holds a host of historically important sites, among them about a dozen buildings and structures that can be found on the National Register of Historic Places. These honored sites include Barnard Farm, in Ararat; the Uptown District of Stuart, Virginia; Reynolds Homestead, in Critz; and two carefully preserved covered bridges. In addition, the Patrick County Historical Society Museum and Research Center features a wealth of information about this area's fascinating past. These sites and others have made Patrick County a popular tourist destination.

The area is noted far and wide for nurturing musical talent, and an enormous number of bluegrass, country, and gospel shows are regularly held throughout Patrick County. Many artisans have found a suitable home in Patrick County, with its many shops and festivals that feature handcrafted wares. The region also contains a plethora of hiking trails for nature lovers.

Meadows of Dan

Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, Meadows of Dan is a small unincorporated community found in Patrick County, Virginia. It gets its name from the Dan River, one of the area's many natural beauties. The immediate area has a rich, vivid history, and visitors to the region can avail themselves of the informational resources provided by the nearby Blue Ridge Visitor Center. Anyone interested in country life should look into Meadows of Dan real estate.

Meadows of Dan hosts a variety of events and festivals that show off the town's traditional charms. The annual Meadows of Dan Folk Fair, held in August, features live performances, craft demonstrations, and various merchandise sold by local vendors. In a similar vein, the "Hit and Miss in the Mountains" is a yearly show featuring antique engines, while the Crafts in the Meadow fair highlights the contributions of community artisans. Musical events are common in the area, and it is for good reason that Meadows of Dan is included on the "Crooked Road" music heritage trail that wends through Virginia.

The area also features several charming shops, including the Mountain Meadow Farm and Craft Market as well as Poor Farmers Market. Greenberry House contains a variety of handmade goods and antiquarian materials for sale. For those with a sweet tooth, Nancy's Candy Company provides appealing goodies for the taste buds all year round. Also, several notable wineries operate in the region.

Meadows of Dan is dotted with an assortment of farms and markets that collectively maintain the quiet appeal of pre-modern America.

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Edd Martin - Real Estate Broker
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