Zion Crossroads Land for Sale

Save Search View Map

4 Properties:

$439,934
232 Champions Pointe Terrace Zion Crossroads VA 22942  |  Virginia Beach City County
0.22 acres
Spring Creek HomeMore Detail +
  •  
  •  
  •  
JAMES DICKERSON , Re/Max Assured Properties
Must see $1,000,000 Spring Creek golf course & lake views from this 3 bedroom custom Spring Creek home w/ many upgrades (chef's kitchen, 1st level owner's suite, great room w/ fireplace & views, built...
$109,000
0 BYBEE RD ZION CROSSROADS VA 22942  |  Orange County
16 acres
Building Lots - ZION CROSSROADS, VAMore Detail +
  •  
ROBERT HEADRICK , Nest Realty
Two 8 acre R1 lots. Selling as 16 acre parcel with two existing 8 acre lots. Nicely set back from the road with 50' easement to property. Property has trees and open pasture with wooded, open pasture ...
$418,900
58 MEGHANS LN ZION CROSSROADS VA 22942  |  Orange County
3.24 acres
Queen Anne, Detached - ZION CROSSROADS, VAMore Detail +
  •  
PATRICK BURNS , PLB2 Inc.
OWNER WANTS AN OFFER! Queen Anne style home just 25 min to Charlottesville & 10 min to Zions. Enter into stunning foyer & living room w/ cathedral ceilings, hardwoods, custom Victorian trim work & ant...
$1,100,000
Sommerfield Drive Zion Crossroads VA 22942  |  Orange County
5 acres
Sommerfield Business ParkMore Detail +
  •  
Carolyn Shears , CBRE Charlottesville, Part of the CBRE affiliate network
-Build to suit -Fiber/high speed access availability -Industrial grade access road -Call Broker for sale and leasing price

Zion Crossroads, 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).

Read More +