55 acres in Big Buck Country! Property features Tall Mature Timber for Hunting and a Beautiful Home Site. Located near the towns Wakefield & Surry and a few minutes more to the historic Jamestown Ferry. This tract is just waiting for a Custom Home-Your Custom Home!
Great opportunity for a home site and recreational property with big timber, rolling hills, open forest, and abundant with wildlife! Sellers have already installed an 800- foot stone driveway that winds its way to a 2-acre home site mostly cleared. It has just the right amount of mature trees remaining to give character to what could be your new custom home site. It also comes with a favorable soil analysis for an underground septic system. Here is 55 acres all to yourself at the end of a 50-foot private roadway. This is a unique property with mature hardwoods throughout. This is Big Buck Country! Also, Turkeys abound in this area. Trails in place crisscross this property and ready for hiking or 4 wheeling. Once you start strolling through this rolling tract you are going to want to stay. A small creek and then Johnchecohunk Swamp are in the back of the property establishing the property line and offering diversity and corridor edges for wildlife. It is also lying adjacent to a large cutover timber tract on the entire west side and then more big timber on the east that offers even more of the diversity that makes this property team with wildlife. Located just minutes from Rte. 10 and only 10-12 miles to the town of Surry or to Wakefield. From either location it is not far to the Petersburg/Richmond area or to historic Williamsburg and then to shopping, restaurants, & entertainment.
In 1652, Surry County was formed from the portion of James City County south of the James River. For more than 350 years, Surry County has depended on an agricultural economy. It has guarded its heritage, including many small towns and 19 sites listed on the National Register including a landmark occupied in 1676 known as Bacon's Castle and Chippokes Plantation (now a state park). The Jamestown Ferry provides easy access to Virginia's Historic Triangle, featuring Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown, linked by the National Park Service's Colonial Parkway.
The county is known for farming, curing Virginia Hams, and harvesting lumber, notably Virginia Pine.
For more information on this and other Hunting and Timber Land with Home Site in Surry County VA, contact Danny Graham at 757-613-6059.