UNDER CONTRACT! 10 Acres of Residential Timberland Land with Home in Brunswick County VA!

Fixer upper on 10 acres in the country! Great opportunity for investment and still enjoy hunting and recreation in the country!

Here is a great opportunity on this fixer upper located on 10 acres. This cute country home is in need of some TLC. Use as weekend getaway while you enjoy the 7 acres of timber to hunt, camp or go 4 wheeling. 3 acres of well maintained field surrounds very comfortable home site. Small 2 BR home with a large kitchen and 1 bath is still pretty solid buts needs a little suring up here and there. It would make a great rental property with a small investment. It could even be that weekend getaway you have been thinking about. Well and septic were working just a few months ago when there was a tenant living there. Absentee owner says it is time to sell. 7 acres of 15-20 year old timber makes a great place to do some hunting or 4 wheeling. Great investment whether used as rental property or a flip. 20 minutes north of South Hill, VA and only 1 mile from I85. This property is being sold “as is-where is”.

Brunswick County was established in 1720 from Prince George County. The county is named for the former Duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg in Germany. One of the titles carried by Britain’s Hanoverian kings was Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg. In 1732 the county received more land from parts of Surry and Isle of Wight counties. Brunswick County reached the Blue Ridge Mountains until 1745, when increasing population in the region resulted in the formation of a series of new counties, and Brunswick’s current western border was established.

Brunswick County is best known as the origin place for Brunswick stew. The original Brunswick stew, according to Brunswick County historians, was created in 1828 by an African-American chef, Mr. Jimmy Matthews, also referred to as “Uncle” by some locals. As the story goes, Dr. Creed Haskins of Mount Donum on the Nottoway River, a member of the Virginia State Legislature, took several friends on a hunting expedition. While the group hunted, Mr. Matthews, Haskin’s enslaved camp cook, hunted squirrel for the evening meal. Mr. Matthews slowly stewed the squirrels in butter, with onions, stale bread and seasoning in a large iron pot. When the hunting party returned, they were reluctant to try the new, thick concoction, but one taste convinced them to ask for more.

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For more information on this and other Residential Timberland Land with Home For Sale in Brunswick County VA, contact Danny Graham at 757-613-6059, by email at dgraham@mossyoakproperties.com, or visit our website at mopva.com.