SOLD!! 20.88 acres of Hunting / Homesite Land for Sale in Accomack County VA

20.88 Acres of big timber / high ground / road frontage on paved road / deer & turkey / this is a great place to build a home or take your family to enjoy the outdoors.

20.88 acres in on Accomack County Virginia. This property features BIG timber! Pines with mixed hardwoods, a crop field to the right side and a cut-over behind the property. It is located in a area with well kept properties around it. Stone House Road is a paved road, and the property has a load of road frontage, 850 ft. + /- It’s a large rectangle shaped property with the properties boundaries well defined. As soon as I entered the property to take some pictures. I saw a giant buck rub. The owner tells me that they see a large number of deer and turkey here. It is common knowledge that Accomack County has very large white tail deer.

Also, the area has always had great seafood, it is one of the seafood capitals of the world. There are many state owned boat ramps close by. The property is located about 3 miles from HWY 13 on the ocean side. This is a great value on this property. It is very affordable. The timber value helps with that.

It was planted about thirty years ago for timber and at that time the loggers would win-row the under growth. Take a look at the overhead view and it very clearly shows that. These rows are great bedding for the deer.

Please give me a call if you would like to take a look at this or any properties you may have any interest in. Any listing you see I can help you with. Just give me a call or email. Keep in mind you get my services for free the seller pays the sales commission.
John Drames Jr. 757-435-6612

The Eastern Shore of Virginia was known as Accomac Shire, until it was renamed Northampton County in 1642. The present Accomack County was created from Northampton County in 1663. Members of an English voyage of exploration landed in the area in 1603, four years before the founding of the Jamestown Colony. Captain John Smith visited the region in 1608. The county and the original shire were named for the Accawmack Indians, who resided in the area when the English first explored it in 1603. The Accawmack nation at the time numbered around 2000, and were governed by Debedeavon, a paramount chief called by the English the Laughing King. He became a staunch ally of the English newcomers, granting them several large areas for their own use. Accomac Shire was established in 1634 as one of the eight original shires of Virginia. The name comes from the native word Accawmack, which meant on the other side.

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