Farmhouse on 10 acres with barn and creek!
3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath farmhouse on 10 acres with barn and creek. Close to 1500 sq ft. Built in 1948. Oil heat, electric baseboard and wood stove. Window AC. Beautiful hardwood floors. Remodeled eat-in kitchen(with pantry) and bath. New stove and refrigerator. Big living room with fireplace/woodstove, den, dining room, mud/laundry/back porch room and bonus room perfect for office/home business. Dining room and/or den could be used for downstairs bedroom. Home is completely handicap accessible with entrance ramp, wide doorways, shower with seat. Big basement for storage.
Attached 1-car carport. Covered front porch. Private well and septic. Corner lot with frontage on 2 roads. Nice gravel drive comes in on both Christianna Highway(Rt 46) and on Connell Road. Mostly open land, pasture with a few trees. Suited for crops or livestock, especially horses. Nice creek borders one side of property. Big old barn at entrance on Connell Road. Shed behind house. Quiet rural neighborhood in Brunswick County. Great country location, minutes from Lake Gaston and convenient to South Hill, I-85, I-95, Route 1 and 58.
Good value! Priced to sell!
Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – November 18, 2016
In Lake Gaston striped bass are being caught by anglers trolling bucktails and shad around the dam.
Crappie are holding in 8-10 feet of water over brushpiles and around boat docks. They are hitting jigs and live minnows.
Largemouth bass are taking jig ‘n pig baits, but are also being caught on live shad by striper fishermen. Better areas include quiet coves adjacent to deep water and secondary points. Rattling crankbaits and slow-rolled spinnerbaits are also taking a good number of fish.
Anglers should be aware that it is much colder on the water than the temperature would indicate. Please dress for the weather. Many layers of warm clothing with a windbreaking outer shell is best. Also remember to leave a float plan….where you are going, when you expect to get back and take along a working cell phone.
Due to impending surgery, there will be no fishing report next week. Depending on recovery, the Fishing Report should return on December 2, 2016.
Charlie Taylor writes about fishing in Virginia for several publications. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
His full Virginia fishing report can be found here. And his report for Kerr Lake can be found here.
Charlie also moderates a popular online forum for area fishermen (and fisherwomen). It can be found here.
He has a recent article about fishing guide Rick Morris here
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