For Sale: 17± Wooded Acres

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Gently sloping up wooded tract – Approximately 1800′ road frontage. More acreage available from adjoining land owners old house site and spring.

Tax ID: 47-8A & 8B
Annual Taxes: $540

Schools

Floyd Elementary School
Floyd County High School

Directions

From Floyd – Franklin Pike – Cross the parkway – Right on Kelly’s Dr to end – Land fronts on Cypress and Radford Rd.

For Sale: Stoneridge at Bent Mountain

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Peaceful, quiet & in private setting-country living but close to city & Blue Ridge Parkway. Taxes estimated by agent. Purchaser to install well and septic

Tax ID: 111.00-04-08.00-0000
Zoning: AR
Total Acreage: 3.15± Acres
Lot 8 / Block 0 / Section 1
Annual Taxes: $915

Schools

Back Creek Elementary
Cave Spring Middle
Cave Spring High

A Little Bit of History – Bent Mountain

How Bent Mountain got its name is a matter of debate.  One theory holds the name came from two brothers, James and William Bent, surveyors from Pennsylvania who mapped land here before heading west.  Others believe the name comes from Bent’s peculiar shape.  From the air, it appears bent in the shape of a horseshoe.

The Mountain’s elevation is 3,202 feet above sea level.  It sits roughly 2,400 vertical feet above Roanoke.  Poor Mountain, just west of Bent, is higher. But not much else around Roanoke is!

Four hunters who visited what we now know as the Roanoke Valley settled Bent Mountain in the mid-1700s.  They were so impressed with the area they packed up their families in Pennsylvania and returned here around 1740.

Bent’s fertile soil was well suited to farming.  Its orchards produced sweet apples and the cabbage grows big up there.  The orchards are still producing pippins and, you can still buy the cabbage as well as other locally grown fruits and vegetables atop the mountain or at stalls in the Roanoke City Market.

Directions

From Cave Spring Corners take 221 South to top of Bent Mountain. Turn right on 2nd Tinsley Lane (right after B & S Mart). Left on Mill Creek Road to the entrance of Stoneridge.

For Sale: 8.082 Acres on North Fork of the Holston River

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Premium river front bottom land on the North Fork of the Holston River. There are a total of four lots available (lots 2-5) totaling 25.531 acres. Lots may be purchased individually or combined. Site and soil evaluation reports available. Purchaser to install well and septic. Minimal covenants and restrictions. Taxes estimated by agent.
 
POSSIBLE USE: Current Use, Farm, Hobby Farm, Mobile Home, Modular, Multi-Family, Single Family, Acreage, Other
TOPOGRAPHY: Mixed, River, Rolling, Stream
LOT DESCRIPTION: Farm Lot, Irregular, Mini Farm, Secluded, View, Water Frontage, Waterfront, Other-See Remarks
APX TOTAL ACREAGE: 8.082
COUNTY: Washington
AREA: Abingdon
WATER FRONT: River
WATER VIEW: River
ZONING: A1
LOT DIMENSIONS: irregular
LOT NUMBER: 3
DEED BOOK/INSTRUMENT: 1066
DEED PAGE: 535
LAND USE: Yes
TAX MAP #: 045-3-13
COUNTY TAXES: 410
TAX YEAR: 2019
ADDITIONAL STRUCTURES: none
WATER FRONTAGE FEET: 466
EXTRAS: Livestock Permitted, None
ACCESS: County Road, Paved, 4 Wheel Drive Recommended
FENCING: None
ELECTRIC: None
GAS: None
WATER SUPPLY: None, Other

Schools

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Greendale
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Other
HIGH SCHOOL: Abingdon

Directions

From I-81 take exit 19 and turn towards Abingdon on E Main Street. Turn right on Hutton Street. Turn left on Valley. Turn right and take White Mill Road to stop sign. Turn right onto Rich Valley Road. Take route 692/Toole Creek Road to Hampton Drive.

For Sale: 6.623 Acres on North Fork of the Holston River

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Premium river front bottom land on the North Fork of the Holston River. There are a total of four lots available (lots 2-5) totaling 25.531 acres. Lots may be purchased individually or combined. Site and soil evaluation reports available. Purchaser to install well and septic. Minimal covenants and restrictions.Taxes estimated by agent.
 
POSSIBLE USE: Current Use, Farm, Manufactured Home, Hobby Farm, Single Family, Acreage,
TOPOGRAPHY: Mixed, River
LOT DESCRIPTION: Farm Lot, Irregular, Mini Farm, View, Water Frontage, Waterfront
APX TOTAL ACREAGE: 6.623
COUNTY: Washington
AREA: Abingdon
WATER FRONT: River
WATER VIEW: River
ZONING: A1
LOT DIMENSIONS: irregular
LOT NUMBER: 4
DEED BOOK/INSTRUMENT: 1066
DEED PAGE: 535
LAND USE: Yes
TAX MAP #: 045-3-14
COUNTY TAXES: 378
TAX YEAR: 2019
ADDITIONAL STRUCTURES: none
WATER FRONTAGE FEET: 538
EXTRAS: Livestock Permitted, None
ACCESS: County Road, Paved
FENCING: None
ELECTRIC: None
GAS: None
WATER SUPPLY: None, Other

Schools

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Greendale
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Other
HIGH SCHOOL: Abingdon

Directions

From I-81 take exit 19 and turn towards Abingdon on E Main Street. Turn right on Hutton Street. Turn left on Valley. Turn right and take White Mill Road to stop sign. Turn right onto Rich Valley Road. Take route 692/Toole Creek Road to Hampton Drive.

For Sale: 7.3 Acres with Beautiful Views – Minutes from Blue Ridge Parkway

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Parcel: 79-34D

Directions:

From Buffalo Mountain Road (Rt. 758) near Buffalo Mountain Auto Repair turn onto Shelor Road SW (Rt. 600) go 0.9 mile to Shelor Road SW (Rt. 603) go 1.6 miles to Shelor Road SW (Rt. 632) go 1.1 miles, turn right onto Mat Road SW (Rt. 781) – property is in left.

For Sale: 5 Acres – Chestnut Falls

Beautiful Home Sites & Coded Entrance. All tracts have private access to the New River Trail. This scenic State Park offers 57 continuous miles of trail for your hiking, biking, and horseback riding recreation as the trail weaves its way from Galax to Pulaski along the historic New River and Chestnut Creek. An easy commute from I-77 near Galax makes this site the perfect location for your home or weekend recreational paradise. Small, spring fed streams meander through the property as well as miles of private riding and hiking trails. Bring your horses, bikes, canoes and fishing poles and enjoy the wonderful New River Trail, tumbling waterfalls and the scenic and serene Blue Ridge Mtns. of VA. Purchaser to install well & septic. More acreage available, approx. 27 total acres.

Lot: 39
Tax ID: 78 8 39
Annual Taxes: $215
Manufactured Allowed: No

Directions

From I-77, take Exit 14 (Hillsville/Galax) to west on Hwy 58 & go approx. 4.3 miles. Bear R on Glendale Rd. (Route 887), go 2.7 miles to R on Hebron Rd. (Route 635.) Go 3.6 miles to entrance on L.

For Sale: 3.78 Acres – Chestnut Falls

Beautiful Home Sites & Coded Entrance. All tracts have private access to the New River Trail. This scenic State Park offers 57 continuous miles of trail for your hiking, biking, and horseback riding recreation as the trail weaves its way from Galax to Pulaski along the historic New River and Chestnut Creek. An easy commute from I-77 near Galax makes this site the perfect location for your home or weekend recreational paradise. Small, spring fed streams meander through the property as well as miles of private riding and hiking trails. This land was developed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind. Bring your horses, bikes, canoes and fishing poles and enjoy the wonderful New River Trail, tumbling waterfalls and the scenic and serene Blue Ridge Mtns. of VA. Purchaser to install well & septic. More acreage available, approx. 27 total acres.

Lot: 43
Tax ID: 31097
Annual Taxes: $161
Manufactured Allowed: No

Directions

From I-77, take Exit 14 (Hillsville/Galax) to west on Hwy 58 & go approx. 4.3 miles. Bear R on Glendale Rd. (Route 887), go 2.7 miles to R on Hebron Rd. (Route 635.) Go 3.6 miles to entrance on L.

For Sale: Chestnut Falls

 

Beautiful Home Sites & Coded Entrance. All tracts have private access to the New River Trail. This scenic State Park offers 57 continuous miles of trail for your hiking, biking, and horseback riding recreation as the trail weaves its way from Galax to Pulaski along the historic New River and Chestnut Creek. An easy commute from I-77 near Galax makes this site the perfect location for your home or weekend recreational paradise. Small, spring fed streams meander through the property as well as miles of private riding and hiking trails. This land was developed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind. Bring your horses, bikes, canoes and fishing poles and enjoy the wonderful New River Trail, tumbling waterfalls and the scenic and serene Blue Ridge Mtns. of VA. Purchaser to install well & septic. More acreage available, approx. 27 total acres.

Available Tracts:

Tract Acreage ±  Price
39 5.000 $31,500
40 (Under Contract) 6.249 $27,000
41 (Under Contract) 6.473 $27,000
42 (Under Contract) 5.000 $27,000
43 3.780 $25,200

Directions:
From I-77, take Exit 14 (Hillsville/Galax) to west on Hwy 58 & go approx. 4.3 miles. Bear R on Glendale Rd. (Route 887), go 2.7 miles to R on Hebron Rd. (Route 635.) Go 3.6 miles to entrance on L.

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.

For Sale: 4 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath, 1 1/2 Story Home on 364 Acres

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This magnificent historic country estate is located in the picturesque section along Potts Creek Valley in Alleghany County, Virginia.  This pristine property formerly known as the “Carter Farm” and has one of the oldest farmhouses in the area (originally a log home built in 1790’s).  Property includes 364+/- acres with over 2 miles of frontage along the scenic Potts Creek. The landscape offers a good mix of rolling pastures & hardwoods moderately sloping topography & boasts four streams that traverse the property (Cast Steel Run, Blue Spring Run and Incline Hollow Run).  DGIF lists all as trout streams except Incline Hollow Run.   Improvements include 2400SF 1.5 story farmhouse renovated with 4 bedrooms & 3.5 baths. Beautiful hardwood and pine flooring throughout & new HVAC ductless systems installed. Multiple outbuildings. Abundance and variety of wildlife throughout & excellent fishing. Land protected by conservation easement.

Year Built: 1915
Total Acreage: 364.04
Tax Ids: 07100-00-000-0210, 071C0-01-000-0220, 07100-00-000-0060, 07100-00-000-0080, 071C0-02-000-0120, 07100-00-000-0090 and 07100-00-000-0120 (partial)
Annual Taxes: $2,037

Entry Above Ground Finished SF: 2,070
Upper Above Ground Finished SF: 400
Grand Total Attached SF: 2,470

Total Bedrooms: 4
Total Full Baths: 3
Total Half Baths: 1
Primary Covered Parking: Garage Detached
Basement: No – Crawl Space

Schools

Callaghan Elementary
Clifton Middle
Alleghany High School

Directions

From Covington, Take Va-18 South for appx 7 miles to right onto Llama Dr and continue a few hundred feet and first driveway to the right. Property Address: 3708 Llama DR, Covington, VA 24426