SOLD!! 49 Acres Overlooking Little Creek Reservoir in James City Co VA!

Gorgeous views of 1,000 acres of pristine lake adjacent to tall mixed hardwood timber on rolling hills! Enjoy it all!

Great opportunity for acreage overlooking the 1,000 Acre Little Creek Reservoir. Level well drained acreage on both sides of the road with 75% being on the lake side. Beautiful views from the property lines looking out over the lake. Build your dream home, buy with family members and subdivide-county allows 9 lots on this property. Fantastic investment opportunity! Make use of the buffer strip where the mixed hardwood timber is open, tall, and on rolling ground. Newport News waterworks allows boats to be pulled up to the shore for adjacent landowners and shore fishing. Timber on property is young so clearing can be very affordable but can also be tall trees in just a few more years. Convenient to Williamsburg, Hampton Roads, and the Richmond area. Road is wide and area is quiet with homes mixed in with farms.

This 996-acre scenic park is a fisherman’s paradise! Little Creek Reservoir offers year-round fishing, boating and picnicking and features a concession facility, playground, soft mulch trail and a shelter with grills. The fishing is great! The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries recognized one Little Creek Reservoir Park patron as the 2015 Angler of the Year. The striped bass, 32 pounds and 42 inches, caught in the reservoir was the largest officially registered striped bass with the Virginia Angler Recognition Program for 2015.

Located on the Virginia Peninsula, James City County is included in the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is often associated with Williamsburg, an independent city, and Jamestown, which is within the county. As of 2007, the median household income was $70,487.

James City County is home to the Busch Gardens Williamsburg theme park, the Kingsmill Resort, and the Williamsburg Pottery Factory. The Historic Jamestown and Jamestown Settlement attractions combined with Colonial Williamsburg, are linked to Yorktown by the National Park Service’s Colonial Parkway. Tourism is a major part of the region’s economy, as is high technology. The College of William and Mary is nearby, as well as NASA, Jefferson Laboratory, and numerous defense contractors, giving the region the highest concentration of scientists and engineers per capita in the nation.

For more information on this and other Land in James City County VA, contact DANNY GRAHAM at 757-613-6059, by email at DGRAHAM@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit our website at MOPVA.COM.