SOLD – For Sale: 53± Acres of Vacant Land Close to Lynchburg
53± Acres of vacant land close to Lynchburg. Just off Hwy 29 & an easy commute with privacy. Right-of-way road dissects the property. County water is on Galts Mill Rd. If you are looking for country living, but still close to town, this is your place. Small portion of Juniper Creek crosses the property. Timber has been harvested. Survey, topo, and aerial in documents. Property is in land use & receives discounted taxes. Make sure to look at the topo map, although it’s thick, the topography is nice.
Tax ID: 157-A-152A
Annual Taxes: $130.54
Madison Heights Elementary
Galts Mill Rd. to Right on Juniper Farm Rd., then proceed to sign. Put Juniper Farm Rd., Madison Heights, VA in your phone & look for signs.
SOLD – For Sale: 41.15 Acres -Privacy, Mountain Views, Adjoins Jefferson National Forest
This large 41.146 acre tract offers a great ridgetop build site, which would provide views of surrounding mountains such as McAfee Knob, Purgatory Mountain, & other notable mountain ranges. Enjoy the seclusion this property offers while still being within minutes of two different interstate exits & just 35 minutes from Lexington & 30 minutes from Downtown Roanoke. Successful Perc test for 4 Bedroom house at potential build site. Road frontage along Lithia Rd & Fringer Trl. Don’t miss the opportunity to build your dream home or own a great recreational property with hunting, biking along the 76 Bicycle Route (Lithia Rd), Jefferson National Forest right across the street, & much more. Property is in Land Use.
Tax ID: 76-76
Annual Taxes: $935
Manufactured Allowed: Yes
Elementary School: Buchanan
Middle School: Central Academy
High School: James River
Take I-81 N to Exit 156, then R on Brughs Mill Rd. In 0.4mi turn L on Rte.11. In 2.4mi, turn R on Blue Ridge Tpke. At stop sign, keep L to Lithia Rd. Go R in 3.3mi on Fringer Trl & property on L.
SOLD – For Sale: 75.6± Wooded Acres with Creek
Beautifully wooded 75.6± acres with creek, mature timber, and state road frontage.
Tax ID: 117.00-01-30.00-0000
Annual Taxes: $1,552
Manufactured Allowed: Yes
Elementary School: Back Creek
Middle School: Cave Spring
High School: Cave Spring
221-S to top of Bent Mtn., turn R on Rt. 616 at Bent Mtn. Fire Station. Turn L on Rt. 711/Tinsley Ln. After 8/10mi, turn R on Rt. 607/Bottom Creek Rd. After 2.4mi. bear L at fork, then property on R.
SOLD – For Sale: Rare 2 Acre Site Fronting on Little River
Rare 2 Acre site fronting on Little River with old 1950’s fallen down cabin. On site electric. Recent survey, outstanding unrestricted tract. Camp, RV, or build.
Tax ID: 30-52
Annual Taxes: $51
Elementary School: Floyd
High School: Floyd County
From Floyd: take 221 N, then Left on Bethlehem Church Rd. Take Left on Red Oak Grove, then Left on Dobbins Farm Rd. 6mi to Old Rt. 683, to Left at bottom of hill via Old Timber Rd to Property.
SOLD – For Sale: Timberneck Farm
Our vision is to develop Timberneck Farm as a preservation development blending the historical, agricultural, recreational, ecological, marine and wildlife resources into a low-density community that will replicate rural farm life on the Virginia Middle Peninsula by surrounding active farmland with architecturally controlled waterfront and waterview homesites.
Located in Gloucester County on the northern banks of the York river, Timberneck encompasses 644± acres within 10 minutes of historic Yorktown and 30 minutes from Williamsburg via the Colonial parkway. Gloucester County’s history actually dates from just after the 1607 settlement of Jamestown when settlers explored the Virginia Peninsula and crossed the York into what is now the county. Chief Powhatan’s fortress was located very near Timberneck Farm and more likely than not he frequently traversed the land. Gloucester Point, just a short boat ride down river and just across the river from Yorktown, is the site of the “Second Surrender” by General Charles Lord Cornwallis to General George Washington in 1781.
Timberneck Farm’s development encompasses the spirit of the Gloucester’s current motto of “The land of the life worth living” and as proclaimed by Captain John Smith “Heaven and Earth never framed a better place for man’s habitation”. Rising quickly above and overlooking more than 400 acres of perpetually protected islands and marshland adjacent to the York and Poplar Creek known as the Catlett Islands, the highland of Timberneck Farm is bounded on the east by Timberneck Creek. Located around the perimeter of the highland outside of the rural farm road on naturally created points and banks are a limited number of wooded waterview and waterfront homesites, as well as open and wooded walking trails and observation decks overseeing portions of the Catlett Islands and beautiful sunsets.
The broad expanse of the York River shapes the very identity of Timberneck Farm. The York and its tributaries bound the Farm on three sides, providing a spectacular yet profoundly peaceful backdrop for a limited number of waterfront and waterview homesites.
One of America’s most historic waterways, the York today is an ecological jewel that is home to a rich collection of wildlife living in hundreds of acres of perpetually protected islands and marshlands adjacent to the property.
The development plan of Timberneck Farm embraces its waterfront through careful and respectful planning. A private boat landing will exit on Timberneck Creek, providing easy passage to the York River. In addition, many of the homesites are eligible for private boat docks, providing residents with their own access to this great American river.
Timberneck Farm presents a rare opportunity to live amidst the preserved and protected lands adjacent to Virginia’s York River. Residents enjoy both the responsibility and the privilege of securing a place within the stunning riverscape and farmland of the historic peninsula.