Priced to sell – Hunting Property – Investment Property
22 acres of hunting land located off Finneywood Rd behind Finneywood Church in the north end Mecklenburg County close to Charlotte County and located about 20 minutes from Buggs Island. The parcel was cut approximately 8 years ago and it was not replanted. The trees that are growing there now are completely volunteer and is making a great hunting property. There is a railroad track in the back of the property. This is a great hunting, recreational or investment property.
Named after Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of King George III, Mecklenburg County is strategically located between Richmond, Virginia, and Raleigh, North Carolina. Points throughout the county boast access to excellent four-lane state highways and/or interstate freeways, which means you get the best of both worlds; rural lifestyle and city access. Our business climate is diverse which creates a strong location environment for prospective investors. Mecklenburg County has also taken the initiative to create several training institutions specializing in manufacturing, technology, healthcare, and computer based courses to support the current and future workforce. Chase City is located in Mecklenburg County, Virginia; formerly known as Christiansville, for generations Chase City was the largest and most prosperous town in Mecklenburg County. Chase City is located in beautiful rural Southern Virginia, only 1.5 hours from Richmond and Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina. Though we enjoy three distinct seasons, none are extreme.
Buggs Island Lake, Virginia’s largest lake with 800 miles of shoreline, John H. Kerr Dam, and Lake Gaston are within minutes of the Town.
Clarksville was the first incorporated town in the county of Mecklenburg. In 1818, the town was named after its founder, Clarke Royster. Located along the Roanoke River, these lands were originally the home to the Occoneechee Indians and several trading paths wound through the area. The Indians were driven away in 1676 by the British, led by Nathaniel Bacon. Settlers populated the area quickly because of the temperate climate and the fine tobacco soil. The damming of the Roanoke River in the early 1950’s had a tremendous impact on the area, making Clarksville the only town on the 50,000-acre body of water named after an island upstream, Buggs Island Lake. The lake has drawn many visitors and tourists to the Clarksville area for camping, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, skiing, and all other water sporting activities.
Charlotte County was formed from neighboring Lunenburg County in 1764 and named for Queen Charlotte, wife of George III of England. Settlement of this new frontier began approximately 50 years before the county was formed.
Links of interest:
Mecklenburg County: http://www.mecklenburgva.com/home.aspx
Chase City: http://chasecity.org/
Charlotte County: http://charlotteva.com/
Buggs Island/Kerr Lake: http://kerrlake.info/