45 Acres of Timber and Farm Land for Sale in Charlotte County VA!
45 acres of mixed of hardwoods, pines, and tillable land – 1400 feet of road frontage allows for great access – close to US 360 and US 15.
45 acres of timber, hunting, and farm land. The property is a hunting treasure with over 30 acres of hardwoods (many red and white oaks), as well as 14 acres of former tillable fields that once raised tobacco and soybeans. This is a great opportunity for hunting, recreation, a potential home site, or investment. The property has one creek running through it connecting two holding ponds that provides game a good water source. This tract has great opportunity for whitetail and small game, with visible signs throughout the property, massive amounts of acorns, and small game abound throughout. This property has multiple potential home sites and could support immediate cultivation on the 14 tillable acres. The tract has over 1400 feet of road frontage and is conveniently located near US 15 and US 360.
The property is located in Charlotte County Virginia, sitting approximately 11 miles from Drakes Branch, 14 miles from Charlotte Courthouse. Additionally, it is conveniently located 24 miles from Clarksville, South Boston, and the John H Kerr / Buggs Island Reservoir. The Kerr Reservoir has over 50,000 acres of fresh water and 800 miles of shoreline, with five Virginia Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) that provide camping, swimming, skiing, hiking, and boat access.
Charlotte County was formed from neighboring Lunenburg County in 1764 and named for Queen Charlotte, wife of George III of England. Settlement of this new frontier began 50 years before the county was formed. Charlotte County has a deep and rich history developed by pivotal roles during the revolutionary war, civil war, and maintains a deep historic feel to this day. The Town of Drakes Branch was incorporated on April 14, 1903. As of the 2010 Census, the town’s population was 530 people.
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Links of interest: Drakes Branch: http://www.towndrakesbranch.com
Charlotte Co: http://www.charlotteva.com
South Boston: http://www.southboston.com
Kerr Lake / Buggs Island: http://kerrlake.info
For more information on this and other Timber and Farm Land For Sale in Charlotte County NC, contact Rob Novak at (571) 239-0995, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our web site at www.nclandandfarms.com.
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- Property State: Virginia
- County: Charlotte
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- Price: $175,000
- Address: 789 Mill Pond Road Saxe, VA . 23967
- Acreage: 45
- MOPLS ID: 41166
About the Agent
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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