SOLD!! 5.00 Acres of Residential Land For Sale in Cumberland County VA!

5.00 acre wooded residential lot. Big game hunting! Bold creek! Simple country living opportunity!

Beautiful residential lot located on a quiet road and ready to build your dream home or use for recreational purposes! The mixed hardwoods are sure to provide the privacy one would appreciate with country living! There are several game trails leading to the flowing creek at the rear of the property where it is obvious local wildlife frequent for a drink. This would be a great opportunity to obtain a beautiful wooded parcel just minutes from Rt. 60 and Cumberland Village. 20-minute drive to Farmville, VA and 1 hour to Richmond! Short 10-minute drive to 16,000-acre Cumberland State Forest and Bear Creek Lake State Park where there are endless recreational opportunities including big game hunting, hiking, camping, archery and fishing and boating on the 40-acre lake! Buy now and start enjoying the life of easy country living!

Cumberland County was established in 1749 from Goochland County. The county is named for William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, second son of King George II of Great Britain.

From 1749 until the eastern portion was detached to form Powhatan County in 1777, Mosby Tavern served as the county courthouse. The tavern subsequently became known as “Old Cumberland Courthouse.” In 1778 the narrow triangular area bordering the southern bank of the James River was annexed from Buckingham County.

In 1954, the federal government deeded land to the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the Cumberland State Forest was born. Under the Virginia Department of Forestry’s management, the forest grew to its present 16,222 acres in central Virginia’s Cumberland County.

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