100 acre Investment and Hunting Land in Sussex County, VA

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Completely wooded 100 acre property – mature pines and mixed hardwoods – several trails for hunting

This secluded property is in rural Sussex County, Va, a mile west of Interstate 95, and 3 miles north of the town of Jarratt. It is located off a private road with an easement. 100 acres and largely rectangular in shape, it is approximately 3,400 feet long, nearly 1,400 feet in width at one end, and narrowing somewhat to about 1,100 feet in width at the opposite end. Arriving at the northwest boundary, the interior is accessible by a path approximately 1,000′ long leading to an old logging deck. From this clearing, you will find a trail leading farther into the property suitable for walking or riding an ATV. Pines here were thinned roughly eight years ago, making for easy walking throughout. The property contains 84 acres of now mature pines and a 16 acre area of mixed hardwoods. If considering property for investment, a recent timber cruise places a total current value on the trees at $148,000.00. Adjacent land is wooded with similar tracts of timber or cleared for agricultural purposes. The Nottoway River flows by just a half mile away and a public boat ramp can be found in the nearby town of Jarratt. Wildlife is abundant in this area, including deer and wild turkeys, making this parcel ideal for hunting. Build a cabin here for the perfect weekend getaway destination! Do not hesitate looking at this property! This is one you don’t want to miss!.

Located in the south central region of Virginia, Sussex County is strategically located between Richmond and the Hampton Roads area of southeast Va, and encompasses an area of 496 square miles along the I-95 and US-460 corridors. Larger, more metropolitan areas such as Richmond, Northern Va, Hampton Roads, Raleigh, Charlotte and the Outer Banks of North Carolina are all within a few hours drive. It is in the Coastal Plain region of the State with slightly rolling, to level terrain. Rural in nature, the county’s economy is primarily agricultural. Local farmers grow mostly peanuts, cotton, soybeans and corn. Formed in 1754, it was named after Sussex County, England.