Rappahannock County, Virginia Undeveloped Land Information
Along with the various outdoor attractions in Shenandoah National ParkÂ—intersected by the scenic curves of Skyline DriveÂ—Rappahannock County is home to a number of welcoming wineries, craft breweries, B&Bs and more. Notably, the town of Sperryville hosts the charming Hopkins Ordinary Bed & Breakfast, a five-room Southern-style B&B with its own alehouse in the basement. Sharp Rock Vineyards is a bucolic family-run farm and vineyard alongside the Hughes River that welcomes hikers near the trailhead for Old Rag, itself one of the area’s most popular and spectacular hikes. There were about 10 acres of undeveloped land
for sale in Virginia's Rappahannock County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of land and rural property for sale was $150,000. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Rappahannock County was 11 acres. Suggested uses for undeveloped land currently for sale in Rappahannock County include for residential, hunting, fishing and agriculture use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Rappahannock County include whitetail deer, turkey, bear, ducks and dove. Current commercial applications for commercial property for sale in Rappahannock County include for hunting, fishing, residential and agriculture use. You can also discover more undeveloped land and other rural property for sale throughout Virginia
on Land And Farm. Of the 133 counties in Virginia, Rappahannock County ranks 81st in terms of size. Rappahannock County is in Virginia's Northern region. To find more land for sale in Virginia
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