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29.38 Acres of Recreational And Hun

Watoga Road : Dillwyn, VA 23936

Buckingham County, Virginia

29.38 Acres
$130,000 USD
$4,425 / ac
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Open Pasture Land - Walton Creek Borders Approx. 2,200 Feet of the Property - Mixed Woods With Trail System - Electric Outlets On Site for Camper Hookup Along the Shaded Creeks Edge.

Mossy Oak Properties is please to present to you the ideal getaway property for recreation or hunting within 2 hours from Charlottesville, Richmond, and Farmville. This 29.83-Acre parcel of land in Ransons, Buckingham County, Virginia is located off Watoga Rd, with approximately 600 feet of frontage along the road.

The property consists of approximately 9-acres of lush, flat pasture land that borders Walton Creek - an ideal corridor for wildlife with visible crossings along the creek. The open pasture, with electrical line running through the middle would be ideal for hay production, a dove field, food plots, or running ATVs. The electrical service was installed by the current owners to allow for camper hook-ups along the shaded creeks edge where you will feel at peace in the park-like setting. Across Walton Creek, the property elevates towards the back property line which was timbered 18+ years ago, however, consists of some mature hardwood and pine trees making perfect locations for ground blinds and tree stands. A seasonal creek bottom, with mature hardwoods borders the southern property line while what appears to be a spring fed creek borders a portion of the north property line before it empties into Walton Creek. The owners even had a swimming hole in the creek to cool off on those hot summer days. This property truly offers everything from easy access, open land, an ATV trail that follows the property line through the woods, a mix of young and mature trees, and two creeks creating the perfect recreational or hunting parcel.

Buckingham County, lying south of the James River at the geographic center of the state, was established in 1761 from the southeastern portion of Albemarle County. The origin of the county name comes from the Duke of Buckingham Buckinghamshire, England. This is the only Buckingham County in the United States. Large tracts of land are held by companies such as WestRock, which sell pulpwood and other timber products to the paper mills and wood product producers. It is still largely rural, with areas devoted to recreation such as fishing and hunting. The County is home to families who can trace their ancestry to the early colonial history of Virginia. Many families still live on tracts of land that were granted to their ancestors in that period.

There are various things to do in Buckingham County. Hatton Ferry is located here, a poled cable ferry located 5.5 miles west of Scottsville, Virginia on the James River. It is the last poled ferry in the United States. The ferry crosses the river upstream of Scottsville between Albemarle County and Buckingham County. Horsepen State Wildlife Management Area is a 2,910-Acre Wildlife Management Area in Buckingham County, Virginia. It sits at about 500 feet above sea level on the southeastern part of the drainage area of the Slate River. The area includes small streams, beaver ponds, and forests of pine, oak, and hickory. The 18-acre Horsepen Lake is also located on the property. Horsepen Lake Wildlife Management Area is owned and maintained by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. The area is open to the public for hunting, trapping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, boating, and primitive camping. Improvements include numerous parking areas, a boat launch, and a picnic shelter. Holiday Lake is where you can rent jon boats, paddle boats and canoes to go fishing or boating. Cumberland State Forest isn't far away. Cumberland State Forest is a Virginia state forest located in the piedmont of the state, in Cumberland County. The 16,233-Acre forest borders the Willis River. Within its confines may be found Bear Creek Lake State Park.

Farmville - home to both Longwood University and Hampden-Sydney College - is a distinctive place where college town vibe meets small town charm. The result is a friendly, welcoming atmosphere with unique shopping and dining opportunities and a vibrant arts and culture scene. It's also a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs alike. In other words, a wonderful place to come and spend some time.

The area is also great for history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. High Bridge Trail State Park and Sailor's Creek Battlefield Historical State Park commemorate two of the final battles of the Civil War. The R.R. Moton Museum tells the story of a 1951 student strike that helped ignite the Civil Rights era. And the many nearby lakes, rivers, trails and state parks beckon lovers of outdoor fun and adventure.

Links of interest Buckingham County -

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For more information on this and other land for sale in Buckingham County, contact Jacob Oliver at or by email at or visit Land & Farms Realty

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