I have no idea. Tell me about it. That means tell me about the floor plan, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the square footage, your history with the home, and any improvements that you have made. Why do you want to know the value? Is it for your own general knowledge? Are you trying to refinance? Are you thinking of selling?
There are several ways to determine a home's value. For refinancing and legal purposes, an appraisal by a professional appraiser will be required. Those vary in cost, up to around $500, depending on the property. For most other instances, you can contact your real estate professional. The real estate agent can provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). It will include recent sales in your area and current listings. It is a good idea to also see what has not sold or what has been taken off the market. This gives you valuable information about market conditions and pricing for your home.