SOLD! 276 Acres of Farm and Hunting Land For Sale in Prince George County VA!

Sprawling farm in Big Buck Country with endless recreational & hunting opportunities while collecting the annual farm income! Offers great potential for a home site or family compound!

Great opportunity for an income-producing farm with 4,900 feet of road frontage on Webb Rd and additional 3,000 feet of frontage on County Dr, (Rte. 460). 166 acres of productive cropland, 69 acres of recently timbered land and another 41 acres of 15 year old pine. This property has great subdivision opportunities and well-drained soil makes for good home site(s) potential. Old home site on top of ridge overlooking a large portion of the farm would make a great place for a new custom home with mature hardwood trees already on the old home site it will make for a picture perfect location. A low lying creek that meanders through the center of the property is waiting to be dammed up and then offering good pond potential. Wildlife abounds on this tract and is in Big Buck Country! There is a nice 5-acre crop field tucked away and surrounded by timber that would make a perfect food plot to draw in all the big game in the vicinity. Priced just below assessment this tract will make a great family compound and recreational opportunities. Sell some and keep some. Convenient to all of Richmond and the surrounding areas. It is only minutes from I 95 & 295.

Prince George County was formed in 1703 in the Virginia Colony from the portion of Charles City County that was south of the James River. It was named in honor of Prince George of Denmark, husband of Anne, Queen of Great Britain.

In 1703, all of the original area of Charles City County south of the James River was severed to form Prince George County. As population increased, portions were divided and organized as several additional counties. City Point became an incorporated town in Prince George County.

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