67 Acre Mixed Timber and Farm Tract. The Possibilities Are Endless!
67 acres in Sussex County VA. Many possibilities: investment, recreation or custom home site. 13 acres are cleared and currently being cultivated, and the remainder of the property is timber. A tributary of Hunting Quarter Swamp defines the back-boundary line. Great hunting tract! Wildlife abounds! Big bucks and turkeys ramble among the mature cedar trees to their way to the croplands.
The parcel is conveniently located between Rt. 40 and I 95. The property is less than an hour from the Petersburg and Greater Richmond area. If you’re looking to build your dream home in the country, the soil maps indicate conditions suitable for an underground septic system. Plenty of road frontage and subdivision potential is per the county.
Sussex is a considered part of Virginia’s gateway region between the capital and the Hampton Roads area. Still quite rural, it allows for a quite country get away within distance of the major metropolitan areas of southeastern VA. Sussex County was established from nearby Surry County in 1754 and named after Sussex, England. It includes the towns of Waverly, Wakefield, Stoney Creek and Yale.
Located in the coastal plains region its gently rolling terrain and drainage areas are provided by the meandering Nottoway and Blackwater Rivers, as well as Stoney Creek. The area is steeped in history and it is believed that the Native American artifacts found at Cactus Hill, along the Nottoway River, pre-date the earliest finds from Clovis, New Mexico.
This is an amazing opportunity to own a 67 acre farm in this serene and historic area of Virginia! Let the experts at Mossy Oak Properties connect you with the right piece of property that will fill your dreams and inspire your imagination.