REDUCED!! 47 Acres on Deep Water Tidal Waters in Isle of Wight County Virginia!

Large acreage on the shores of Jones Creek only minutes to the Jame River. Build you dream home, enjoy a private boat ramp as well as an expansive “million dollar” view.

Great opportunity to buy on the beautiful tidal waters of Jones Creek just a short distance to the mouth of Pagan Creek and the James River. 2 separate tracts totaling 47 acres with a breathtaking expansive view overlooking up & down, the wide-open creek and marsh lands. Views approaching a half a mile with 350 feet to 1,00o feet of water from the shores of this unique offering. Watch Eagles & Ospreys soar while waterfowl float and fish jump. 24 acres of well-drained soil will make a great custom home site on the bluff overlooking the flowing tidal waters. Soil Map indicates good possibility for underground septic system. Great tract for a family to consider. You can build a pier, bring your boat, and then take leisurely boat rides up and down the creek whenever your schedule allows. Marina and local restaurant a couple of minutes downstream. A few more minutes and you can be at the mouth of the Pagan River which empties at that point into the historic James River. Upstream offers beautiful views in calm and quiet waters .The property has a boat ramp that needs a little upgrading and is at a great location for the pier. A 15′ wide easement provides access to this property from a paved state roadway. Minutes to historic Smithfield or Carrolton and a few more minutes and you will be across the James River Bridge and on the Peninsula. There are few like this one left out there, call now. Call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059 to discuss or set up a time to see or just email me at [Email listed above].

Isle of Wight County is a county located in the Hampton Roads region of the U.S. state of Virginia. It was named after the Isle of Wight, in the English Channel, from where many of its early colonists had come. As of the 2010 census, the population was 35,270. Its county seat is Isle of Wight. Isle of Wight County features two incorporated towns, Smithfield and Windsor. The first courthouse for the county was built in Smithfield in 1750. The original courthouse and its associated tavern (The Smithfield Inn) are still standing.

Smithfield, first colonized in 1634, is located on the Pagan River, south of Jamestown and on the south side of the James River. The Native Americans knew this area as Warascoyak, also spelled Warrosquoyacke, meaning “point of land.” As a river town, its life and growth were dependent on the river. “Wharf Hill” was the waterfront location of the beginning of the industries of Smithfield. They eventually included peanuts and the raising of pork as commodities, leading to the city claiming the titles of “Peanut Capital of the World” and “Ham Capital of the World.”

For more information on this and other land for sale in Isle of Wight County, contact Danny Graham at (757) 613-6059 or by email at dgraham@ or visit