All standing timber – River Frontage – Excessive Road Frontage
42 acres timberland, recreational and hunting land located about 15 minutes north of Farmville and 15 minutes south of Dillwyn. Property has approximately 2500 foot of road frontage on Plank Road and has approximately 500 feet of frontage on the Willis River. As you come down the beautiful drive way, there is a building site for a home. There is an old single-wide there. Septic system is there and a well but the well need to be replaced. There are varied species of hardwood and softwood trees throughout the property, The owner had a timber cruise on and that is between $32,000 and $45,000 depending on the wood market at the time. The property is abundant with wildlife from turkeys, whitetail deer, black bear, small game and the Willis River provides a little fishing.
Buckingham County is a model of planned residential and business development that ensures sufficient managed economic growth to enhance the quality of life of its residents, attracts desired socially responsible new businesses, and ensures a fiscally sound County government that is responsive to the needs of its residents and businesses while maintaining tax rates at a responsible level and while preserving the desired rural characteristics of the County.
Buckingham County, lying south of the James River at the geographic center of the state, was established in 1761 from the southeastern portion of Albemarle County. The origin of the county name comes from the Duke of Buckingham (Buckinghamshire, England). This is the only Buckingham County in the United States.
Farmville – home to both Longwood University and Hampden-Sydney College – is a distinctive place where college town vibe meets small town charm. The result is a friendly, welcoming atmosphere with unique shopping and dining opportunities and a vibrant arts and culture scene. It’s also a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs alike. In other words, a wonderful place to come and spend some time.
The area is also great for history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. High Bridge Trail State Park and Sailor’s Creek Battlefield Historical State Park commemorate two of the final battles of the Civil War. The R.R. Moton Museum tells the story of a 1951 student strike that helped ignite the Civil Rights era. And the many nearby lakes, rivers, trails and state parks beckon lovers of outdoor fun and adventure.
Links of interest:
Buckingham County – http://www.buckinghamcountyva.org/
Prince Edward – http://www.co.prince-edward.va.us/
Farmville – https://farmvilleva.com/