9.42 Acres RAW LAND on Old Mine Rd Tax Map 80B 1 A13, A13A, A14 & A15 (Page County)


9.42 Acres RAW LAND on Old Mine Rd Tax Map 80B 1 A13, A13A, A14 & A15 (Page County)


Description: This is a large and beautiful tract of land just outside the Shenandoah Valley in the Round Head Mountain Subdivision. Roundhead Mountain is a 2,156 foot mountain peak, and this tract with nearly ten acres, rests on top of it. Offered at a tremendously low price, this private, wooded sanctuary with gorgeous mountain views makes for a great investment. This is one of America’s most scenic and historic regions and there is always plenty of see and do, in every season of the year. The Town of Stanley is just ten minutes away and the Scenic and spectacular town of Luray is about 17 minutes from the property.

Page County is located in the northeast part of the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia. It is situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains on the east and the Massanutten Mountains on the west. The Shenandoah River flows northward throughout the length of the county, and the George Washington National Forest lies along its western boundary with the Shenandoah National Park, known as the Cabin Capital of Virginia, along its eastern boundary. This park has 500 miles of hiking trails encompassing over 196,000 acres of land.

Luray Caverns, the largest and most popular caverns in the east, draws a half million tourist to the area annually. Skyline Drive, built along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains is another great attraction of the county, particularly during the peak of fall foliage. This is a 106-mile historic Drive, offering magnificent panoramas to some two million visitors annually. Be sure to also visit the Luray Zoo, the Virginia Civil War Battlefields, and the wonderful Wineries in Virginia. Luray has long been a favored Virginia Vacation destination.

Excellent sport fishing and canoeing can be found on the nearby Shenandoah River, and various parks in the county provide settings for swimming, boating and hiking. Several National Historic Landmarks are found in the county, including the original courthouse, the 18th century Mauck Meeting House, Stevens cottage in Shenandoah, a nineteenth century reminder of the county’s railroad heritage, and several homes dating from the mid-1700’s.

Here in the area, you can also play golf, enjoy sweets at Luray Fudge Company, get lost in the Garden Maze, and hear rocks sing on the Great Stalacpipe Organ. Nearby is the Luray Zoo, a rescue zoo that is home to birds of prey, exotic cats, mammals, and reptiles from around the world.


DIRECTIONS: From Harrisonburg, take I-81 N. Take the exit toward W Old Cross Rd. Turn right onto W Old Cross Rd. Turn left onto N Congress St. Take the 3rd right onto US-211 E/Lee Hwy. Turn right onto US-340 S. Turn left onto US-340 BUS N. Turn right toward Park Rd. Continue straight onto Park Rd. Continue onto Judy Ln/State Route 622. Turn right onto Fire Rd/Little Roundhead Dr. Continue to follow Fire Rd. Sharp left onto Old Mine Rd and travel for about a mile. Slight right to stay on Old Mine Rd. You will find the property on your left, about 1000 feet past Highview Lane.


OWNER FINANCED PRICE: 19,900!!, 2K Down Payment, Payments of 191.26/month (Doesn’t Include taxes/hoa), 9.9% Interest, 180 Month Term.

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