With 26 wooded acres and 3 cleared, this property would make a superb rural – residential property, hunting lodge, recreational or equestrian tract!
29.25 acres. This beautiful piece of land lies in King and Queen Co. and the unincorporated community of Little Plymouth, just outside Shacklefords VA. This tract would make a superb rural – residential property, hunting lodge, recreational or equestrian tract! Soil survey indicates well drained soils, suitable for a conventional septic system. The parcel has an existing well from a previous homesite, that is not currently in use.
Located approximately 2 miles from Dragon Run State Forest and its watershed and Allen’s Mill Pond. This property is surrounded by dense woodland and is a safe- haven for the abundant whitetail and other wildlife. A Hunter’s Dream! Approximately, 20+ years of natural regeneration cover the back 26 acres of the parcel. Three acres have been cleared, along the 1500ft+ road frontage, and are currently being used for crop cultivation.
This serene property is sandwiched between the York and Rappahannock Rivers which flow into the nearby Chesapeake Bay. Located in the Middle Peninsula, Tappahannock and Urbanna are 30 minutes away. 2.5 hours to Washington D.C. and 1.5 hours to Fredericksburg. An hour east to Richmond and a half hour to Williamsburg. This area provides all the rural beauty of the quaint, quiet countryside without being too far removed. The King and Queen Elementary school is right down the road.
Close to the Rappahannock River and the Chesapeake Bay, the area is known for its delicious oysters! The Urbanna Oyster Festival takes place in the fall of the year and is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary. King and Queen Co. was established in 1691. It was named after King William III and Queen Mary II of England. Rich in history, President James Madison resided here in 1762 where he attended school at the Innes Plantation. During the American Civil War, King and Queen Co. saw a Confederate Victory at the Battle of Walkerton in 1864. If you are looking for a rare, untouched, rural, rustic piece of land on the Eastern Sea Board, look no further.