This property has it all! A cabin, pasture and acres of hardwoods and Christmas trees! A hunters dream!
Remarkable property just outside the town of Goshen. There is nearly 52 acres that are fully fenced in. This property has a magnificent cabin with wrapped porch, bath, and small Kitchen. There is a storage shed beside the cabin. Up the hill you will find a workshop and bunkhouse for guests. The open area features pasture and approximately 3000 Christmas trees at various stages. The timber on this property is mostly hardwood and of value now. This property also ties into the National Forrest making it a hunters dream property. Why buy more land when Uncle Sam is providing it right beside you for the cost of a permit! This property is truly amazing and could be the ultimate retreat, part of a hunting guide service, a cabin rental, or that dream place to build your home.
Rockbridge County was established in October, 1777 from parts of now neighboring Augusta and Botetourt counties, and the first county elections were held in May 1778. Rockbridge County was named for Natural Bridge, a notable landmark in the southern portion of the county. Rockbridge County was formed during an act of assembly intended to reduce the amount of travel to the nearest courthouse, and to ensure trials were held fairly, and among friends rather than strangers. The first court session in Rockbridge County was held at the home of Samuel Wallace on April 7, 1778. Slaves were far fewer in Rockbridge County than in many parts of Virginia, and, thus, the anti-slavery movement was stronger in Rockbridge than in many other counties of Virginia.
To learn more about Rockbridge County visit http://www.co.rockbridge.va.us/.