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1.2 Acres RAW LAND on Tallie Ln Tax Map 06B-001-025 (Isle of Wight County)
Description: If you have ever wanted to live close to the bay, this is the property for you. This parcel is over an acre of land, level and mostly wooded, with road access to both Tallie Lane and Tillery Lane. The volunteer fire department is right around the corner. Burwell Bay is about a half mile from the property. The well known town of Smithfield is a 13 minute drive away. There are also a number of tourist destinations nearby, including Chippokes Plantation State Park, Smith’s Fort Plantation and Bacons Castle, which are century-old places of historic note.
Smithfield’s Historic District boasts over 70 buildings of exceptional architectural importance, including residences of the Colonial, Federal and Victorian periods. Chippokes Plantation State Park is one of the oldest working farms in the United States. Attractions include the Jones-Stewart Mansion, the Farm and Forestry Museum, a visitor center, swimming complex, camping area, picnic areas, formal English gardens, and biking and hiking trails. Smith’s Fort Plantation stands on land given as a Dower tract by Powhatan to John Rolfe upon the occasion of his marriage to Pocahontas. Bacon’s Castle is the oldest brick house in North America.
Isle of Wight County is strategically located just minutes from one of the Country’s busiest transportation hubs, which includes the port of Hampton Roads, interstates, airports and railways. It’s a perfect environment for success. Located in Southeastern Virginia, it has a rich historic heritage. The Isle of Wight Museum, Boykins Tavern, Fort Boykin, Historic St. Luke’s Church, and other notable attractions within the County highlight the history of the area throughout many exhibits of early settlement artifacts.
Isle of Wight boasts the restored Historic District of the Town of Smithfield, with streets lined with specialty and antiques shops and various local eateries that offer temptations to please even the most discerning palate. Of course, the Smithfield Ham may be found on any menu.
Amidst the many shops and restaurants is an expansive collection of Colonial, Federal and Victorian homes. Their individual histories, stories of Victorian elegance and a time fraught by women pacing the widow’s walk while waiting for their husbands to return home can be discovered on an Old Towne Walking Tour.
Busch Gardens and Water County U.S.A. are located less than one hour away in Williamsburg. Jamestown, the site of the first permanent English settlement; Williamsburg, the Colonial Capital of Virginia; and Yorktown, where the British surrendered to end the Revolutionary War, are also within an hour of Isle of Wight County. And, the County’s close proximity to the Norfolk-Virgina Beach-Newport News metropolitan areas enable residents and visitors to enjoy the numerous sporting events, concerts, theater productions, lectures, and art exhibitions that the Region has to offer.
DIRECTIONS: From Petersburg, take E Washington St and continue onto VA-36 E/Oaklawn Blvd. Continue to follow VA-36 E. Continue onto Winston Churchill Dr. Turn right onto VA-10 E/E Randolph Rd. Continue to follow VA-10 E. Turn left onto VA-10 E/Colonial Trail W. Turn left onto VA-10 E/VA-31 N/Rolfe Hwy. Turn right onto VA-10 E/Colonial Trail E. Continue to follow VA-10 E. Turn right onto State Route 624/Track Ln. Take the 1st left onto Tallie Ln. Travel about 400 feet and you will find the property on your right immediately after the house at 5342 Tallie Lane.
OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 13,900!!, Flexible Down Payment, Low Monthly Payments.
CASH PRICE: 7,900!! (You get this Discount Price of 7,900 if you have all Cash!!)
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2.18 Acres RAW LAND on Red Level Church Rd Tax Map 4426-028739 (Halifax County)
Description: This is a nice property, a home friendly couple of acres conveniently located on a side street right off of Highway 360. It is just a mile from the Staunton River, an excellent resource for families and outdoor enthusiasts. South Boston and the town of Halifax are just over a twenty minute drive from the property. Equidistant is the north end of Kerr Lake, the Staunton River State Park and Staunton River Battlefield State Park. Closer to home you will find the towns of Clover and Scottsburg, along with endless woodlands and fond rural memories.
South Boston is a town that provides the richness of small town life with big city amenities close by. It is small enough to provide a feeling of belonging, yet progressive enough to provide the facilities, services and conveniences that are necessary to make a community feel like home to its citizens. It is a town full of history, character, and charm with large urban areas including Richmond, Raleigh, Roanoke and Charlottesville, all within a two-hour drive. Access to some of the world’s best medical facilities are a mere 70 mile drive south. Crime rate here is one of the lowest in the state.
South Boston is a Main Street Community. For race fans, nearby VIRginia International Raceway’s 3.27 mile natural terrain road course has become a premier motorsports facility in America. Each season brings an abundance of events, vintage cars and motorcycles. Race car drivers battle their way to the finish line on Saturday nights at “America’s Hometown Track”, a NASCAR-sanctioned, 4/10 mile asphalt oval track.
Halifax County is home to The Dan, Staunton and Banister rivers, which provide endless recreational facilities and numerous amenities. There are plenty of trails; hiking, Civil War, Civil Rights and Wine Trails. Within the county you’ll also find the Berry Hill Estate, a number of museums, The Prizery, Mountain Road Historic District, unique shops, the Bob Cage Sculpture Farm, Civil Rights trails, Edmonds Park, Buggs Island Lake, The Art Guild, etc.
The Town of Halifax is a source of outstanding architecture. Halifax’s crafts, curiosities and fine jewelry stores compliment the walking tour of magnificent homes and stops along Virginia’s Civil War and Civil Rights trails. The Halifax County Courthouse, a classical revival built in 1838, and neighboring Halifax War Memorial commemorate the history of Halifax and its heroes for many generations. Located directly across from the Courthouse is the Molasses Grill, a fine dining experience offering Southern cuisine. Shop nearby by Toots Creek Antiques and you will not leave empty handed.
DIRECTIONS: From Lynchburg, take US-29 BUS S/Lynchburg Expy. Slight right to merge onto US-460 BUS E/ US-501 BUS S/Kemper St. Slight left onto Campbell Ave. Turn right onto US-501 S/VA-24 W. Continue to follow US-501 S. Turn right onto US-501 S/Lusardi Dr. Continue to follow US-501 S. Turn left onto VA-360 E/Bethel Rd. Turn left onto US-360 E/James D Hagood Hwy. Turn left onto State Route 715/Red Level Church Rd. Travel 0.2 miles and you will find the property on your left behind the house at 1049 Red Level Church Road in Scottsburg, Virginia.
OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 9,900!! Down Payment of 197, Payments of 146.72/month (Doesn’t Include taxes), 9.9% Interest, 96 Month Term.
CASH PRICE: 5,900!! (You get this Discount Price of 5,900 if you have all Cash!!)
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21 Acres RAW LAND on Dolittle Ln Tax Map 10-2A (Amelia County)
Description: Are you looking for a bargain on large tract of land perfectly suited for hunting & investment? This property boasts over 20 acres for less than $1,000 an acre. This is relatively level land 20 minutes from Amelia Court House. The land features plenty of road frontage giving many possible options for development. The property is mostly wooded with a stream running through making it a perfect spot for game. Truly the hunter’s paradise, bargain priced, making for a great long-term investment.
If you are looking to visit the property and want to experience Amelia County, the best time to visit will be May 11 (unless this property sells before then). A countywide festival called Amelia Day is held each May on the Saturday before Mother’s Day. This festival started in the 1980s to celebrate Amelia’s birthday. Vendors, local clubs and citizens come out to enjoy music, dancing and socializing.
Amelia County was named for Princess Amelia Sophia of Great Britain, daughter of King George II. Just 35 miles southwest of Richmond, Virginia has access to all the resources of a large urban center, while offering the benefits of a small community. Amelia is known for its minerals, including the nation’s best supply of Amazonite found at the Morefield mine.
Amelia is one of the last great undiscovered treasures of the Commonwealth. It is part of the historic Commonwealth or “Heartland” Region of Virginia with a long and storied history of agriculture, self-reliance and deep rooted family values, which are venerated, fostered and flourish in the community to this day. It is a rural haven within a quickly developing metropolitan area, and a community where agriculture and forestry remain important components of the economy. Breathtaking sunsets, rolling hills, awe-inspiring forests, rural farmlands, friendly and welcoming citizens, the charming village of Amelia Court House and the stately Appomattox River all can be found here.
Recreational opportunities abound in Amelia County, from the hunting and fishing that is so valued in this rural paradise, to go cart racing, paintball and a full service Recreation Department and Public Library. We also celebrate our County with May’s “Amelia Day Celebration” and in August/September with the “Amelia County Fair” which we are proud to say was recently honored as the best small County Fair in Virginia. Each of these festivities is family oriented, beloved by our people and continue to be highly anticipated annual events.
Amelia is also blessed with economic opportunities including low taxes, a new industrial Park on Us Route 360, close proximity to the Richmond Metropolitan Area population, has outstanding Schools and still maintains its pastoral charm. And perhaps of greater significance to the current and future residential and business communities alike, Amelia is growing, dedicated to the protection of our natural resources, the preservation of its rich history, a commitment to be an open and inclusive community with a clear focus on a sustainable and prosperous future.
Amelia is a beautiful place to be.
DIRECTIONS: From Richmond, take I-95 S. Take exit 74A for VA-195/Downtown Expy toward I-95 N/Powhite Pkwy (toll road). Keep left to continue on VA-195 W/Downtown Expy (toll road). Keep left to continue on VA-146 W, follow signs for Powhite Pkwy/VA-150/US-60/VA-288 (toll road). Merge onto VA-76 S. Merge onto VA-76 W/Powhite Pkwy. Turn left onto VA-754/Charter Colony Pkwy. Turn right onto VA-604/Genito Rd. Turn left onto VA-604/VA-622/Dorset Rd/Genito Rd. Continue to follow VA-604/Genito Rd. Turn right onto VA-616/Genito Rd. Turn right onto Dolittle Ln. Travel 1.1 miles and you will find the property near the house at 15890 Dolittle Lane in Amelia Court House, Virginia. The property will be partially on your left with the majority on your right.
OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 37,000!!, Flexible Down Payment, Low Monthly Payments.
CASH PRICE: 19,900!! (You get this Discount Price of 19,900 if you have all Cash!!)
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2 Acres RAW LAND on Spraker Rd Tax Map 68-11A (Wythe County)
Description: Here are two acres of hilltop land at a price that leaves you wondering if we left a zero out the equation. This property is located in Southwestern Virginia, 15 minutes from Wytheville, Rural Retreat and the Interstate. There may even be a driveway already installed. Locals know this area as the “Small Town with a Big Experience, The Hub of Southwest Virginia and The Crossroads of the Blue Ridge.” With the area rich in history, outdoor activities and family orientation, this property makes for a wonderful investment.
Wytheville is one of those rare places in the U.S. with a wrong-way concurrency. As you travel South on I-81 to inspect this property (as if you really need to see an extra-ordinary opportunity like this to believe it?) Keep an eye out for I-77. According to the signs, you will be travelling both north and south, simultaneously. Another proud fact is the source of the county name. George Wythe was the first Virginian signer of the Declaration of Independence.
If you own a travel related business or restaurant, take note, the ease of access and central location along the Eastern seaboard has fueled this county’s growth. Wytheville has always been a crossroads of transportation, even becoming a supply center and stopping point for early settlers heading to the western frontier.
Tourism takes a variety of different forms here. The Civil War battles, natural mineral spas, moderate mountain climate and the beautiful mountains of the Blue Ridge contribute in part to the area’s natural appeal. Hike one of the numerous mountain trails and you are likely to discover one of the many relatively untouched areas of breathtaking forest and foliage. The 5,609 acres that comprise the Beartown Wilderness are some of the most remote in the Jefferson National Forest. Campgrounds and parks are quite plentiful.
DIRECTIONS: From Roanoke, take I-581 N/US-220 N. Take the ramp onto I-581 N/US-220 N. Take exit 1S on the left to merge onto I-81 S toward Salem/Bristol for 70 miles. Take exit 73 to merge onto US-11 S/E Main St toward Wytheville. Continue to follow E Main St. Slight left onto US-21 S/Grayson Rd. Continue to follow US-21 S. Turn right onto State Route 651/Spraker Rd. Travel 1.5 miles and you will find the property on your left immediately before the house at 871 Spraker Road in Crockett, Virginia.
OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 9,900!!,Down Payment of 97, Payments of 148.23/month (Doesn’t Include taxes), 9.9% Interest, 96 Month Term.
CASH PRICE: 5,900!! (You get this Discount Price of 5,900 if you have all Cash!!)
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2 Acres RAW LAND on Mountain Hill Rd Tax Map 50 24 2 (Fluvanna County)
Description: This is a rare deal. Seldom can you find so low a price on land in Fluvanna County. This property is only three miles from the James River, where tubing and canoeing are popular pastimes. This area of Mountain Hill road has the perfect amount of development. Here you have neighbors nearby, along with plenty of privacy. The property is a wooded lot with rolling terrain about ten and fifteen minutes from Fork Union and Palmrya, respectively. Take advantage of this opportunity and pick up your phone. This location is HOT! It’s less than 40 minutes from Charlottesville, and a great place to set up camp near the river.
Fork Union is an unincorporated community known mainly as the home of Fork Union Military Academy, Fork Union Animal Clinic and Fork Union Motor Lodge, and also for having one of the few surviving drive-in theatres in Virginia (1.5 miles south of town in an area known as Weber City). Fork Union is also home to a post office, a bank, and a small grocery store.
Palmyra is the county seat of Fluvanna County. The town lies on the eastern bank of the Rivanna River along U.S. Route 15. When Palmyra was made the county seat in 1828 it quickly became a thriving town after the new courthouse was completed in 1830. While Palmyra has changed and modernized over the years, it still possesses an aura of tranquility. If you can appreciate a rural climate, this is it, with a 2010 Census of only 104 people. However, the greater Palmyra area is much more populous and includes the Charlottesville exurb of Lake Monticello.
Fluvanna County is located just southeast of Charlottesville in the Piedmont of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The county is well known in the area for its rural heritage and quiet pace of life. It has been one of Virginia’s fastest growing counties for many years, and this has brought services and conveniences to the area that could previously only be found in Charlottesville.
Fluvanna is located east of Albemarle County, 15 miles from Charlottesville and about 60 miles west of Richmond. Even as one of Virginia’s fastest growing counties, Fluvanna has managed to maintain a rural feel. Two-thirds of the county’s land is forested, with most open land devoted to farming and grazing. The largest concentration of residents may be found in Lake Monticello, Palmyra, and Fork Union. Over the last few years, many new shopping, service, and restaurant options have opened in Fluvanna, thus reducing the need to travel to Charlottesville.
Golf is popular in Fluvanna County with two public courses, Lake Monticello Golf Course and Laurel Ridge Golf Club. With its proximity between Richmond and Charlottesville, it is easy to enjoy other outdoors activities and cultural events.
The County was named for the Fluvanna River, the name given to James River west of Columbia. Fluvanna means “Annie’s River” in honor of Queen Anne of England. The county has both the James and Rivanna rivers running through it. Once an integral part of the central Virginian transportation network, the route serviced a large community of farmsteads, plantations throughout Albemarle and Fluvanna counties.
DIRECTIONS: From Charlottesville, take Avon St and turn left onto VA-20 S/Monticello Ave. Continue to follow VA-20 S. Turn left onto VA-53 E/Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on VA-53 E/Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. Turn right onto State Route 619/Ruritan Lake Rd. Take the 1st left onto State Route 660/Sclaters Ford Rd. Turn right onto State Route 640/Haden Martin Rd. Turn left onto VA-6 E/W River Rd. Turn right onto State Route 650/Mountain Hill Rd. Travel 1.4 miles and you will find the property on your right, in between the house at 2561 Mountain Hill Road and Andersonville Lane.
OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 27K!!, Flexible Down Payment, Low Monthly Payments.
CASH PRICE: 14,900!! (You get this Discount Price of 14,900 if you have all Cash!!)
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