SOLD!! Beautiful Tall Timber Tract in Northampton Co on the Eastern Shore of Virginia!
This tract has just about everything! Seclusion, planted pines, mature hardwoods, trails, food plot areas cleared, a pond, and it is in Big Buck Country!
Great opportunity for a mostly wooded tract in Northampton County on the Eastern Shore! Towering 25 year old lob-lolly pine timber with random acres of mature hardwoods intertwined in numerous areas. It has a pond also. With trails and cleared areas awaiting your food plot selection, this is a great recreational property in Big Buck Country! Only still hunting is allowed in this county. This is a great property for that weekend getaway where you can hunt, camp, shoot, go 4 wheeling and just hang out and watch the abundant wildlife meander through. Lots of cropland and timber tracts surround this one and it is conveniently located just off the Rte 13 between Cape Charles and the town of Eastville. This one is less than an hour to almost all of Hampton Roads. It can't get much more convenient than that and still be able to enjoy the rock-solid country atmosphere that this property gives. Priced below county assessment.
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.
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- big game
- small game
- whitetail deer