4.64 acres– road frontage– building site!
This 4.64 acres lies just on the out skirts of Keysville on Rt 59 Merry Oaks Dr. Property has a nice house site off the road wrapped with 3.5 acres of trees and a creek. A perk has been done and a new survey as well. Great property to build a house on and have a few acres of hunting land. Rt 360 is just a few minutes away providing a good travel corridor to the south side of Richmond in approximately one hour and a few minutes and South Boston in just under an hour. And Farmville is just over thirty minutes away. Get the country life but have major towns and amenities available with in short distances.
Charlotte County is rich with history. Patrick Henry retired to Red Hill in Charlotte County and he is laid to rest there. Patric Henry (May 29, 1736 – June 6, 1799) was an American attorney, planter and politician who became known as an orator during the movement for independence in Virginia. A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia, from 1776 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786.
July 4th every year this is a Independence Day celebration at Red Hill. People come from all over to experience this festivity. Surely not an event to be missed. Please click the link showing some more of Charlotte County’s history:
Keysville, Virginia is located just off 4-lane US Hwy. 360 in Charlotte County, in the heart of Southside Virginia. Just 20 miles south of Farmville (home of Longwood University) and just over an hour from both Richmond and Lynchburg, our convenient location is the perfect place to raise a family or start a business.
We have a wonderful playground, Tower Park Playground, that Shentel Corporation has recently donated $15,000 to revitalize. A stage on Osborne Street hosts events such as concerts to raise funds for the Keysville Volunteer Fire Department.
Keysville has many merchants and is the commercial hub of Charlotte County, with a grocery store, a drugstore, and two general merchandise stores. More importantly, there are a number of locally-owned businesses that sell everything from antiques to clothes to flowers to hardware supplies.
There are also several restaurants, most of which are locally-owned. A number of services are also offered in Keysville, so you can get your hair cut while your car is being serviced. Visit our Business Directory to learn more about Keysville businesses.
The two largest employers within the town limits are Tucker Timber and Genesis Products, both in the wood products industry. Tucker Timber operates 3 sawmills on the Keysville site, with 2 of those dedicated solely to railway tie production. Genesis Products is a leading supplier of wood and laminate products for a variety of industries.
Keysville residents and businesses enjoy easy access to higher education and workforce training opportunities. J.H. Daniel Campus of Southside Community College is located on Rt. 40 just outside of town, Hampden Sydney College is only about 20 minutes away, and Longwood University is less than a half hour away.