Southampton County Virginia

Southampton County Virginia Land for Sale

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  • New Listing Tract A964 Comp 14 238.91

    The Azalea Tract Comp 14 is 238.9 acres located north of Capron, VA. This tract has road frontage on Pope Station Road and has a private road (Raccoon Creek Dr) going through it. This tract lays flat with approximately 190 acres of upland made up of prime soils, Altavista sandy loam and State sandy loam. The remaining 48 acres is primarily Three Creek , a black water creek made up of flats and bottom land. The timber is 58 acres of 2006 and 122 acres of 2016 planted Loblolly pine with 38 acres of 2007 natural hardwoods and 20 acres of 1960 pine-hardwood mix. This tract has 80% convertible land, making it an excellent long term timber investment or converting to crop land.

     

    $406,147 ($1,700/acre)

  • New Listing Tract A963 Comp 13 143.49

    Azalea Tract Comp 13 is a 143 acre tract located North of Drewyville, VA. This property is accessed by deeded Right of Way from Rivers Mill Rd (State Rt 612), the tract lays flat with Hornet Swamp running through the property. The timber consists of 110.65 acres of 2006 and  2010 planted Loblolly pine, 15.8 acres of 1953 natural pine and hardwood upland and 11 acres of 1930s hardwood bottom land. This tract has excellent soils, primarily Slagle fine sandy and Uchee loamy sand great site quality for growing timber and converting to cropland. Comp 13 is a solid timberland investment with good hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and ducks.

    $286,980 ($2,000/acre)

  • Under Contract Tract A965 Comp 15 710.08

    Azalea Comp 15 is 710 acres located North of Capron, VA Southampton County with approximately 1.5 miles of paved State road frontage on Popes Station Rd. This Tract lays gentle rolling to flat with 80 acres in prime cropland with Slagle Fine Sandy Loam as the primary soil. The timber is 409 acres of 1990 planted Loblolly Pine and 213 acres of hardwood bottom land located on Three Creeks (a blackwater creek). The crop land and merchantable timber on this tract offers a good cash flow, making this property a solid investment. This property's great wildlife habitat offers solid hunting options including deer, ducks, turkey, quail and dove. The property also has a good internal road system to access the majority of the tract. This is an excellent timber and cropland investment with great hunting opportunities. There are combination locks on the gates please call for the access numbers.

    $2,272,256 ($3,200/acre)

  • SOLD Tract A918 835 +/- acres

    The 835 acre Claud Farm Tract is located just south of Drewryville, VA. This tract has 73 acres of prime cropland, 632 acres of 1988 planted Loblolly Pine and 114 acres of mature hardwoods.  The soil types are primarily Slagle and Emporia Sandy Loam and the Loblolly site index is avg 88.  There is prescriptive access to this tract.  This tract is an excellent investment with great recreational opportunities.

  • SOLD Tract A917 324 +/- acres

    This 324 +/- acres, known as Oak Hill Farm, is located in Southampton County, Drewryville, VA.  There are 86 acres of prime cropland on this tract with 185 acres of 1991 planted Loblolly pine, 16 acres of 1999 planted Loblolly pine and 51 acres of hardwoods.  The Oak Hill Farm has approximately 2 miles of road frontage.  The tract lays level and the soils are Slagle and Emporia Loams (see included soil map).  This farm is an excellent opportunity to manage timberland and offer farm leasing for cash flow. This farm also offers good habitat for hunting deer, turkey, quail and dove.

  • SOLD Tract 207-B Pattie Harris 557.15 +/- acres

    The Pattie Harris Tract (557 acres) is located just east of Emporia fronting Hwy 58.  The access is from Hwy 58 with a good interior road system throughout the tract.  The timber on this tract is 1977, 1991, 1999, 2003 and 2008 planted Loblolly pine with approximately 161 acres of 1950 natural hardwood bottomland.  The Soils are Slagle Sandy Loam and Emporia Sandy Loam with an average site index of 85.  With 160 + acres of natural hardwoods, the Pattie Harris tract offers good hunting opportunities for deer and turkey while also providing timber income.