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1 acre
292 Hall Road South Hill VA 23950  |  Mecklenburg County
#5439-If you are looking for a log cabin that is warm, cozy and private look no further. This one room log cabin sets back off the road for your privacy. It is surrounded by trees and wild life. This ...
Bill Baker, United Country Virginia Realty
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7.47 acres
Belfield Road South Hill VA 23970  |  Mecklenburg County
#5419-Secluded country home site with hunting potential. A 7.47 /- acre tract of wooded land comprised of mostly planted pines with a creek at the rear of the property. Come build your home, cabin, or...
Bill Baker, United Country Virginia Realty
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2.45 acres
208 Clayton Rd. South Hill VA 23970  |  Mecklenburg County
Magnificent custom built brick home beautifully constructed with attention to detail in every room. Hardwood floors crown molding, chair railing, ceramic tile baths, are just a few of the outstanding ...

5 Acres in Mecklenburg County, Virginia

5 acres
Lot 10 Clearview Drive South Hill VA 23970  |  Mecklenburg County
Great build site for home, modular and double wides allowed. Zoned farm no restrictions good for horses. 75.00 a year for road maintenance. Quiet area just minutes from town of South Hill. 15 minutes ...


1.23 acres
101 Piney Creek Road South Hill VA 23970  |  Mecklenburg County
Nearly new construction! Split plan has private master on one end & two bedrooms & full bath on the other! Open concept has kitchen open to dining room & family room. Conveniently located just outside...

South Hill, 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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