99 Acres of Timber – Navigable Waterfront on Lower Chippokes Creek – Overoone Mile of Water Frontage – Duck, Goose, Deer, Turkey & Small Game Hunting
Check out this incredible waterfront property in Surry County. It’s truly one-of-a-kind and a rare piece to come by nowadays. The 99 acres are filled with mature, merchantable hardwoods and pines. The terrain is mostly flat, but in a handful of areas there are gullies that create a bit of a roll to the landscape, especially as you get closer to the water. Turkey roost all along Chippokes Creek and there were right many on the property back in the spring. Nearly every visit to this property you’ll bump into some deer, they’re everywhere. Property functions as a safe haven because it’s only still-hunted and there are some nearby farms that run dogs. Since the land is technically a peninsula, the deer will jump the creek and ditch the chasing dogs to find safety on these 99 acres.
There is an underground gas line that passes directly through the middle of this property. If you mark off the gas lines, there is certainly enough room to till up some dirt and plant yourself small food plots all along the gas line. Perfect place to put a few deer stands ideal for both bow hunting and firearms.
The waterfront aspect of this property is truly remarkable; it’s got over 1 mile of water! About half of the property’s water frontage is on Lower Chippokes Creek. This is a DEEP WATER CREEK, tides most accurate with Scotland & Kingsmill tide locations. The channel is anywhere from 8′-12′ deep depending on the tide. This means you can build yourself a dock to get that beautiful fishing boat out into the James River, just one mile up Chippokes Creek and you’re there.
Each winter the creek is absolutely covered in geese. All day long they are flying back and forth between the river, nearby fields, and Chippokes Creek. You can count on geese roosting in somewhere in the creek nightly. You’re typical puddle ducks make their way through the creek as they migrate south. Woods ducks definitely the primary duck in the area, but plenty of big ducks were gunned down this past winter.
Land is just twenty minutes away from the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry. About 1 hour 15 minutes from the heart of Richmond and 1 hour from Virginia Beach.
Call Worth and go check out the land with your own eyes!