Ready to build your new home? 20+ Acres of beautiful land with creek for sale in Dinwiddie County. Many recreational uses, hunting, fishing, ATV and horses permitted on this amazing property.
Folks this property is incredible and ready for your new home, recreation site, Hunting, Four Wheeling, or just an investment in timber. Nice logging road with some areas open for food plots takes you back to Sappony Creek and a large area of mixed timber. The creek is magnificent and the hunting should be amazing. Note Dinwiddie now allows rifle hunting effective this year. Property is far enough to be a getaway yet close enough to the highways for comfortable shopping. Truly a wonderful piece.
Dinwiddie County was formed May 1, 1752, from Prince George County. The county is named for Robert Dinwiddie, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, 1751–58. The county raised several militia units that would fight in the American Revolution.
Dinwiddie County was the birthplace of Elizabeth (Burwell) Hobbs Keckly, a free black dressmaker who worked for two presidents’ wives: Mrs. Jefferson Davis and later Mary Todd Lincoln. Thomas Day was also a native; he was well known later at Milton, North Carolina, as a free black cabinetmaker. Another native son was Dr. Thomas Stewart, perhaps America’s first free black 18th-century rural physician.
During the Civil War the Battle of Lewis’s Farm was fought along Quaker Road [Rt. 660]. It took place on March 29, 1865. Several other engagements were fought in Dinwiddie County, including the Battle of Dinwiddie Court House, Battle of Sutherland’s Station, and Battle of White Oak Road.
The Dinwiddie County Historical Society currently occupies the historic Dinwiddie County Court House.