30 Acres of Land in Accomac- Great for Hunting – Excellent for Farming – Ideal for a Residence
30 acres of mostly tillable cropland and a corner section of the woods now available in Accomac County on the Eastern Shore. Located just a handful of minutes away from Accomac itself off of Parsons Rd. This land is actively being farmed and can continuously do so, if you desire.
An excellent tract for hunting as well. Great whitetail and turkey population in the area. Also a spot for migrating geese to hit the field.
If you’re looking to build yourself a home on the eastern shore, then this is an ideal spot as well. No official perc test has been conducted, but the soil map indicates that there are plenty of sites that would work for a homesite.
Located on the northernmost portion of Virginia’s scenic Eastern Shore, Accomack County covers approximately 476 square miles of rich farmland, undisturbed beaches, expanses of marsh and forest, and small towns rich in history and culture. The county has a total area of 1,310 square miles, of which 455 square miles is land and 855 square miles (65.25%) is water. It has miles of shoreline on both the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, constituting one of the largest unspoiled wetlands habitats in the world. Accomack County’s picturesque small towns and villages offer a modern-day refuge to those who seek the serenity of streets lined with Colonial- and Victorian-era homes and storefronts. The towns of Accomac and Onancock are designated State Historic Districts that feature restored Colonial architecture. Recreational opportunities attract fishermen, boaters, and beach-lovers to Accomack County and its pristine barrier islands.