264 Acres - Fluvanna County, Virginia

Tract B176 Webb Tract (Pleasure Hill) - New Listing

General Description

The Webb Tract (Pleasure Hill) is located off Haden Martin Road (Route 640) in Palmyra, VA with access by deeded right-of-way.  Approximately 21 miles southwest from Charlottesville, VA.  Property lays rolling to steep with 1.4 miles of frontage on Cunningham Creek making this a terrific recreational tract. This tract has access to power making it a possible home site on this historical property.  This historical property belonged to the late John Burwell Omohundro’s, “Pleasure Hill”, which contains the grave of his first wife and five of their eleven children.  Their famous son, John Baker (“Texas Jack”) Omohundro (1846-1880).  After serving in the Civil War, “Texas Jack” went west to Texas, became a cowboy, later a U.S. Government scout, a hunting guide in the Yellowstone area for notables such as the Earl of Dunraven and in 1872 with his good friend William F. (“Buffalo Bill”) Cody started the first wild west shows in America.

Timber consist of:

  • 69 acres of 1925 bottomland mixed hardwood
  • 51.15 acres of 1930 upland mixed hardwood
  • 140 acres of 2020 Loblolly Pine

Tax ID: 30 A 27

Location/Directions

Call Carwin Owens for property showing.

Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.


264 Acres - Fluvanna County, Virginia