UNDER CONTRACT!! 43.18 Acres of Residential and Recreational Land in Cumberland County VA!

43.18 Acres – Residential Land – Big & Small Game Hunting – Mature Timber – Tillable Farmland – Privacy

43+ acres of mature timber and tillable farmland. Looking to escape the city life and enjoy country living? Interested in a recreational tract loaded with big and small game? How about a timber investment with immediate marketable timber? This affordable 43+-acre property is the ticket! Less than 1 hour from Richmond, VA you can be living the country lifestyle with an easy commute to the city. Large oaks litter this property. Muddy Creek boards the southeastern boundary, offering a great water source for local game. Two large openings, totaling nearly 6 acres would be a great opportunity to establish food plots for the wildlife or a potential secluded homesite. Turkey and deer are plentiful, as well as the occasional black bear. Over 550′ of road frontage, and possible subdivide opportunity (buyers verify with county planning division). Act quickly! This property is priced to sell fast!

About Cumberland County:
Cumberland County was established in 1749 from Goochland County. The county is named for William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, second son of King George II of Great Britain.

From 1749 until the eastern portion was detached to form Powhatan County in 1777, Mosby Tavern served as the county courthouse. The tavern subsequently became known as “Old Cumberland Courthouse.” In 1778 the narrow triangular area bordering the southern bank of the James River was annexed from Buckingham County.

About Cumberland State Forest:
In 1954, the federal government deeded land to the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the Cumberland State Forest was born. Under the Virginia Department of Forestry’s management, the forest grew to its present 16,222 acres in central Virginia’s Cumberland County.

Links of interest:
Cumberland County: https://www.cumberlandcounty.virginia.gov/
Cumberland State Forest: http://www.dof.virginia.gov/stateforest/list/cumberland.htm

For more information on this and other Residential and Recreational Land in Cumberland County VA, contact COREY MAUCK at 804-965-4321, by email at CMAUCK@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit or website at MOPVA.COM.

 

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    • Property State: Virginia 
    • County: Cumberland 
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    • Price: $130,000 
  • Additional Information

    • Address: Off Pinegrove Rd, Cumberland, VA 23040 
    • Acreage: 43.18 
    • MOPLS ID: 52966 
  • About the Agent

    Johnny Seamster
    Office Phone:
    844-480-5263
    Mobile Phone:
    434-294-6714
    Email:
    jseamster@mossyoakproperties.com
    Johnny Seamster is very well known throughout Southern Virginia as the “Landman.” He grew up in the hardwood timber business and has been an avid outdoorsman for over 40 years. He owned and ran a real estate company for 8 years with his longtime friend. He also owns an outfitters business, is a co-founder of Warrior Hunts of Virginia, and is on the Mossy Oak Pro-staff Turkey Team. After working a few jobs, he got settled in doing real estate in 2005, thus allowing him to get back into land and timber. His father told him growing up “you will never work a day in your life if you enjoy what you are doing.” Johnny says, “I have never worked a day since going into real estate.” He and his business partner bought out the company they started with in 2008. They had an opportunity to form a partnership with Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia in 2016. Johnny’s love for selling land and his love of the outdoors makes him a great fit to Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia.
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