SOLD!! 10 Acres for a Great Home-site or Recreation in Northampton County Virginia!
For immediate assistance on this listing, call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059.
Great opportunity on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Great site for investment, recreation, getaway, or custom home. Call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059 to schedule a showing today!
10 acre parcel with 6.5 acres cleared and in cropland. Remainder is tall timber with wildlife moving throughout. Located minutes off Hwy 13 in the town of Franktown in Northampton Co. Great tract for a custom home, getaway, or investment on the calming and slower paced Eastern Shore of Virginia where the fishing is always good. Numerous possibilities for enjoyment on the water with the Chesapeake Bay to the west and the Atlantic to the East. Northampton Co is also known for the quality deer hunting. 15 minutes to historic Cape Charles and 5 minutes to the town of Exmore with all its amenities. Only 45 minutes to Hampton Roads. Attractive price for the possibilities! Call Danny for more information on this property at 757-613-6059 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
When English colonists first arrived in the area in the early 1600s, the Virginia Eastern Shore region was governed by Debedeavon (aka "The Laughing King"), paramount chief of the Accawmacke clans who numbered around 2000 at the time. The former name of the county was Accomac Shire, one of the original eight shires of Virginia after the founding of the first settlement at Jamestown in 1607. In 1642, the name was changed to Northampton County by the English, to eliminate "heathen" names in the New World. In 1663, Northampton County was split into two counties that still exist today. The northern two-thirds took the original "Accomac" name (Accomack County), while the southern third to the Point Cape Charles remained as Northampton.
- big game
- small game
- whitetail deer