GUM SPRING Land for Sale

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4 Properties:

$3,200,000

Goochland

115 acres
4048 Broad St. Rd Gum Spring VA 23065  |  Goochland County
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Casual sophistication: 115 acre secluded and secured executive compound for private living and entertaining is reminiscent of a quaint European village. The recently renovated French Country stucco an...
Rick Walden, Virginia Estates
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$2,790,000
4048 Broad Street Rd Gum Spring VA 23065  |  Goochland County
115 acres
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Patrick W McCrerey , Keller Williams Realty, Richmond West
Casual sophistication: 115 acre secluded and secured executive compound for private living and entertaining is reminiscent of a quaint European village. The recently renovated French Country stucco an...
$575,000
THREE CHOPT ROAD GUM SPRING VA 23065  |  Goochland County
129.74 acres
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Milton Maxton , Dockside Realty
**REDUCED**ESTATE LOT WITH PLENTY OF PRIVACY ON THIS 129.74 AC. PARCEL, BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME AND HAVE LOTS OF ROOM TO PLAY OR HUNT, BUT STILL BE CLOSE TO RICHMOND OR BUY FOR A GREAT INVESTMENT PROP...
$199,000
Newline Road Gum Spring VA 23065  |  Goochland County
63.9 acres
Cherotuck Nurseries Tract - 63.9 /-acres in Goochland County, VAMore Detail +
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Hank Campbell , Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC
Former nursery site with approximately 235' of frontage along VSR619(Newline Rd.) as well as a 20' deeded easement from VSR601(Laurel Ridge Rd) to the southeast. The site is fairly level and is primar...

GUM SPRING, VA Land Info

Virginia ranks 33rd for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $2.01 billion to the Old Dominion's economy, or less than one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 33rd among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Some 64 percent of Virginia's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 36 percent comes from crops. Virginia's history as a tobacco-producing state has evolved in modern times to include agricultural staples such as broiler chickens and turkeys, cattle and various associated dairy products. The state is still responsible, however, for seven percent of the nation's tobacco crop. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 46,030 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 8.3 million acres (or the equivalent of 30 percent of the overall state land area).

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