201 Acres Recreational & Residential Land For Sale in Nottoway Co VA!

201 Acres of Hunting, Recreational, or Residential land for sale in Nottoway and Amelia County; Multiple home sites possible on this parcel; Potential for development in an area that is growing!

This beautiful 201-acre property presents the best of hunting, recreation, or development potential of any property in the area. The property is a hunters dream with deer, turkey, and small game present in abundance. The entire tract consists of two parcels running along the Nottoway & Amelia County line, the Southern side borders Namozine Road, the Eastern side borders Knotty Mill Road and the Knotty Mill Development, and the entire northern border runs along West Creek providing strong water for game. The property is maintains a great amount of privacy through its sheer size. The parcels are contiguous and are being sold as one, providing a robust trail structure throughout the property for ATV enthusiast, equestrians, hunters, or recreation seekers. The pines on both parcels were cut between 7-12 years ago. The wooded parcel offers excellent potential homes sites and investment potential through development. Currently, there is a trailer on the parcel that is used as a hunting cabin with well, septic, power, A/C and heat. The parcel is located just 15 minutes from Amelia Courthouse, 18 minutes from Blackstone (Fort Pickett/FAST-C) and one hour from Richmond VA. If you are looking for additional hunting and/or recreational opportunities nearby look no further than the Amelia Wildlife Management Area (WMA) or Ft. Pickett offering public hunting and several lakes for fishing.

Nottoway County thrives through its unique diversification and proximity to Federal Installations (Fort Pickett and Fort Lee) and larger cities. Today, the county continues to enjoy a healthy diversity of people and economic interests. Small business has thrived, as evidenced by the vitality of its three towns. Nottoway manufacturing facilities produce a wide variety of goods. Amelia County is a United States county located just west of Richmond in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The county is included in the Greater Richmond Region, and its county seat is Amelia Courthouse. Amelia County was created in 1735 from parts of Prince George and Brunswick counties, and it was named in honor of Princess Amelia of Great Britain. Parts of the county were later carved out to create Prince Edward and Nottoway counties. As of the 2010 census, the county population was 12,690, which is an increase of more than 44 percent from the 1990 census.

Links of interest:
Nottoway County: http://nottoway.org/
Amelia County: http://www.powhatanva.gov/
Blackstone: https://www.townofblackstoneva.com/
Fort Pickett: https://militarybases.com/virginia/fort-pickett/
Fort Lee: http://www.lee.army.mil/about/welcome.aspx

For more information on this and other Residential or Recreational Land For Sale in Nottoway County, contact Rob Novak at 571-239-0995, by email at rnovak@mossyoakproperties.com, or visit our website at mopva.com.

 

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  • Property Features

    • Property State: Virginia 
    • County: Nottoway 
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    • Price: $500,000 
  • Additional Information

    • Address: 843 Namozine Road, Crewe, VA 23930 
    • Acreage: 201 
    • MOPLS ID: 48086 
  • About the Agent

    Rob Novak
  • Title:
    Salesperson
    Office Phone:
    252-480-5263
    Mobile Phone:
    571-239-0995
    Email:
    rnovak@mossyoakproperties.com
    Robs introduction to the outdoors began with a love of fishing on Beech Lake near Jackson, Tennessee. Later, Rob grew his interest in nature and learned to hunt and fish in the ponds, rivers, forests, and fields across multiple states, including: Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and now Virginia. Additionally, having grown up in small towns across the Midwest, Rob developed a love for farming. All of these experiences led Rob to pursue a job in the US Army that kept him in the field, working with equipment, people (from multiple nations), and animals. Rob initially joined the United States Army Reserve when he was 17 and went on active duty with the US Army when he was 19 years old. Rob spent the next 22 years on active duty being stationed in Germany, Fort Bragg, NC (twice), Fort Lewis, WA (twice), and Japan. Additionally, Rob experienced many other locations including countries in South America, Asia, and the Middle East. Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in strategic leadership and a master’s in strategic leadership and organizational management. Rob retired from the US Army in 2010 and worked as an Emergency Management/Continuity of Operations Specialist, with additional positions as a Project/Program manager for various US Government agencies. Following his dream, Rob left Northern Virginia and purchased a small farm in Lunenburg County Virginia where his family is raising Dexter cattle and Katahdin sheep. Rob enjoys the opportunity to be a part of the Mossy Oak team and looks forward to the learning and growth he will achieve as part of this team.
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