SOLD!! Building Lot on the Waters Edge of Lake Anna in Louisa County, Virginia!
A "Million Dollar View" comes with this beautiful wooded 1 acre lot on the vast acreage of Lake Anna and less than an hour from downtown Richmond!
Gorgeous waterfront lot on the private side of Lake Anna on historic Jerdone Island. Beautifully wooded lot with gentle slopes to the lake and 162 feet of water frontage. Over a mile of unobstructed view of the lake from the shore of this lot which could soon be the back porch of your dream home. Enjoy million dollar views all day every day. Close to the common area where you can rent a boat slip, or why not just build your own pier at the waters edge. Just take an easy walk down to the lake and hop in your boat at your own slip. From there you can enjoy, fishing, all water sports, or just cruise around the 17,000 acre lake.$200 annual HOA fees. Less than an hour to downtown Richmond and only 30 minutes more from Northern VA.
Lake Anna is one of the largest freshwater inland reservoirs in Virginia, covering an area of 13,000 acres and located 72 miles south of Washington, D.C. in Louisa and Spotsylvania counties . The lake is easily accessible from Fredericksburg, Richmond, Charlottesville, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C. and is one of the most popular recreational lakes in the state. Va State Parks offer great access and the fishing and boating are practically endless.
Prior to colonial settlement, the area comprising Louisa County was occupied by several indigenous peoples including the Tutelo, the Monacan, and the Manahoac peoples, who eventually fled to join the Cayuga Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) people in New York state under pressure from English settlers. Louisa County was established in 1742 from Hanover County. The county is named for Princess Louise of Great Britain, youngest daughter of King George II, and wife of King Frederick V of Denmark. Patrick Henry lived for some time in Louisa County on Roundabout Creek in 1764. Henry was being mentored at that time by the Louisa County magnate Thomas Johnson the representative of Louisa County in the House of Burgesses. In 1765, Patrick Henry won his first election to represent Louisa County in the House of Burgesses. At the end of the eighteenth century and in the early nineteenth century, numerous free mixed-race families migrated together from here to Kentucky, where neighbors began to identify them as Melungeon.
The Virginia Central Railroad was completed through Louisa County in 1838-1840. During the Civil War, it was an important supply line for the Confederate armies. As a result, several significant cavalry actions took place in the county, particularly one fought at Trevilians in 1864.
Come and see. Call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059 or email him at email@example.com to discuss or set up a time to see.
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