Richmond County Virginia Land for Sale
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Tract A954-BK3346613.46 +/- Acres
BK3346 613 acres is located just South of Village, VA in Richmond County. This timber tract has approximately 4,200' of State Road frontage Rt 616 ( Luttrellville rd). The property lays flat with two bold creeks going through it.
The timber is 470 acres of planted Loblolly pine in five different age stands and there is 131 acres of mature hardwoods primarily bottom land. This property adjoins several farms and has good habitat for wildlife. There is an excellent interior road system to access all the property. This tract is a solid timber investment.
Tract A953-BK3327323.36 +/- Acres
BK 3327 - 323 acres near Farnham, VA in Richmond County. This tract is accessed by a deeded Right of Way off of State Rt 3. The property lays rolling with 1 mile of frontage on Farnham Creek. The timber is primarily 164 acres 1998 planted Loblolly pine, 28 acres of 2017 planted Loblolly pine and 119 acres of 1934 Natural Hardwoods. This is an excellent timber investment with very strong recreational values. The hunting opportunities are deer, turkey, ducks, geese and bear.
Tract A952-BK33231319.72 +/- Acres
BK3323 (Edge Hill Tract) 1,319 acres is located South of Robley, VA, in Richmond County.
Edge Hill is an opportunity to own one of the few remaining undeveloped large properties with water frontage available in the "Northern Neck" of Virginia. This tract has approximately 2,800' of road frontage on State Rt 3 (History Land Hwy) and approximately 2,900' frontage on State Rt 605 (Edge Hill Rd). The property lays gentle rolling with 3.7 miles of frontage on Lancaster Creek. The timber is comprised of 880 acres of planted Loblolly Pine, 335 acres premerchantable Loblolly pine established 2003-2012 and 546 acres merchantable Loblolly pine timber established 1984-2000. There are 315 acres of 1930 natural hardwood and pine primarily in bottom land and along Lancaster creek, also are 24 acres of roads and utility easements and the remaining 100 acres is primarily creeks and wetlands. The hunting opportunities are deer, turkey, ducks and geese, along with other recreational opportunities like fishing, boating and hiking. Edge Hill was originally established in 1770 as the home of Dr. John Yates Chinn, a medical doctor and who also was the Justice of Richmond County. This property is an excellent timber land investment and recreational property.