Sold
62± Acres
Sold
Sussex County Virginia

SOLD!! Beautiful Working Farm in Sussex County Virginia!

ID: 26304
Status: Sold
Acres: 62±
Address: 7245 General Mahone Hwy
City, State: Waverly, Virginia
County: Sussex
ZIP Code: 23890

Description

62 acres in big buck country offers a mix of fields and timber where wildlife is abundant!

Opportunity for a great farm with 36 acres of productive cropland. The remainder is in timber with 20 acres replanted in 10 year old pines. Several fields for planting and numerous hedgerows make for great movement of the wildlife! Deer and turkeys are abundant with sign all over. Convenient to Hampton Roads and the Richmond area, this farm can make a great investment as well as a recreational property for hunting, camping, shooting and anything else that the country allows. Good road frontage on RTE 460, General Mohone Hwy makes it a good investment for the future with the town of Waverly just minutes down the road and the town of Wakefield a few minutes more the other way. Call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059

When colonists arrived from England in 1607, some traveled along the Nottoway River, but when they established the first counties, James City County included both sides of the James River all the way to the North Carolina line. The south side of the James River became Surry County in 1652. Virginia's General Assembly formed Sussex County from the southwestern end of Surry County in 1754.Sussex County has maintained a predominantly agricultural economy, as well as its historic heritage for over four centuries.

At Mossy Oak Properties we understand your passion for the outdoors; it's our obsession. We believe in the heart of every human being is a desire and a connection to the land that touches our souls in a way that binds us more deeply to God's great creation. That's what makes owning your own piece of ground so fulfilling.


Additional Information

wildlife

  • big game
  • small game
  • turkey
  • whitetail deer

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