203 acres + 6500 ft of road frontage on County hard surface road- perfect for building lots – Hunting is great- maybe a family subdivision- $1,000 a acre.
The 203 acres has many possibilities. The property has 6,500 Ft. That borders the County hard surface road. The hunting is great for white tail deer, bear, quail and rabbit. The timber is mixed hard woods most of the timber is 8 years old. This is mature enough to hold many deer. Also not to large to cut trails and food plots. This farm could have many home sites. You could split of and sell some sites. Then you could keep a large portion for Hunting, or maybe a cabin getaway. How about a family farm with all your children homes also. You could raise cattle or maybe a hay farm. How about just use it for hunting and let the timber mature for future cutting and income. The farm is located in an area of Pittsylvania County were that has rolling hills, large hay fields and great soil quality. Come on for $1,000 bucks an acre with road frontage hard surface road, how can you let this pass? Give me a call as soon as you can and have another great place to hunt.
Originally “Pittsylvania” was a name suggested for an unrealized British colony to be located primarily in what is now West Virginia. Pittsylvania County would not have been within this proposed colony, subsequently known as Vandalia.
The county was formed in 1767 from Halifax County. It was named for William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, who served as Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1766 to 1768 and opposed harsh colonial policies.
In 1777 the western part of Pittsylvania County became Patrick Henry County.
The city of Danville’s history up through the antebellum period overall is an expression of the relationship between the town and the planters who influenced its development. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittsylvania_County,_Virginia )