178 Acres of prime Whitetail Hunting Land. Excellent Genetics and potential for some of the best hunting in Virginia while the timber grows for future income.
Property is incredible and looking for someone desiring recreation, hunting, timber, farming, and so much more. While most of the timber was cut a few years ago, it has been re-planted and sprayed. There is still approximately $25,000 worth of timber remaining to be cut.
This is a great time to plan both your hunting plots and timber management so they work together. If farming is your desire, it is time to clear the fields and get started. Property offers easy access as it holds a tremendous amount of country road frontage. Quick easy paths could keep you from disturbing game as you go to your stands. Property is in a mild conservation easement and the primary restriction is you are allowed only one home on the site and that is identified on the plat. You are also allowed one “Hunting Cabin” anywhere you wish on the property. Accessory Structures are allowed on the home site as well.
If you desire to manage for whitetails, this is located in Sussex County and has some of the best genetics for trophy deer in all of Virginia. It does sit almost on the Prince George County line and is located very close to 95, hospitals, and shopping. Trails already exist throughout and will need simple maintenance to allow ease of access for hunting and recreation. Property ties into 128 acres in an additional parcel that is on the market and 56 additional acres tie into that one.
Sussex County is located in the south central region of Virginia.
The county is 45 miles southeast of the capital city Richmond, 25 miles from the tri-cities area that includes Petersburg and Hopewell. Washington D.C. and Baltimore are within a few hours drive, while Boston and Atlanta are both within a day’s drive. ( http://www.sussexcountyva.gov/ )