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Land for sale in Deerfield Virginia

$925,000 221 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath | 3035 sqft
2285 DEERFIELD VALLEY RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

221 acres Deerfield, VA

An amazing country estate, once a Stage Coach Inn housing Stonewall Jackson and General Santa Anna among others. "Oakland" has been a working cattle farm for many years, but in recent time has been used for extensive hay production. The property boast protected mountain views, over 1 mile of National Forest frontage, 2 streams and 7 different ponds/springs one of which is stocked. The home has freshly refinished hardwood floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, and an amazing elevated porch offering peaceful views.
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$399,900 100 acres
TBD DEERFIELD RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

100 acres Deerfield, VA

$310,500 8 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1705 sqft
3282 HITE HOLLOW RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

8 acres Deerfield, VA

This fully furnished camp sleeps 14, and is in pristine condition. The exterior is maintenance free,and features a large deck and screened-in porch, plus a emergency generator. Inside you'll find an eat-in kitchen with all the appliances, including a washer and dryer. Next you'll find an enormous great room that is 30 x 15, with a huge stone fireplace, and 60 inch TV.The great room leads to a large screened in porch for your enjoyment. the 4 bedrooms accommodate 14 people, with 2 baths, with one having a large shower. The water is heated by a Rinnia water system. Also included with the property is a one car detached garage with walk-up attic, and a workshop, and tool bldg, all in excellent condition. Also has a stream w/native trout.
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$284,900 95.79 acres
0 HITE HOLLOW RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

95.79 acres Deerfield, VA

Beautiful wooded property adjoining national forest with excellent access, and many trails throughout for horseback or ATV riding. The national forest also offers an innumerable amount of recreational possibilities including extensive horseback riding trails, hunting, fishing, camping and more. Native trout stream nearby.
$269,900 17.3 acres 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 1403 sqft
4103 DEERFIELD VALLEY RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

17.3 acres Deerfield, VA

This home has it all. 17+acres, 1400 sq ft with 3BR, 3 baths, a spring fed pond, and backs up against the National forest and is listed for $269,900! Plusit has a 2nd electrical feed to make it possible to rent the lower space as a hunting camp and then head over the bridge to the National Forest. Well insulated, a full bathroom in the basement and a garage door to park a car inside and a master suite in a camp. The basement can be easily finished off plus full bath already installed. The pond is such a great asset as you can sit on the back porch, look at the pond and the mountains. The best feature is that this can be a full time residence, or a get away. Then, walk across the suspension bridge to the miles of national forest.
$159,500 52 acres
3282 HITE HOLLOW RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

52 acres Deerfield, VA

52 acres of mountain land that adjoins Nat'l Forest, Stream on front of property. Road frontage on Hite Hollow Rd. Land is gently rolling on the front to steep in the rear. An adjoining fully furnished camp with a garage and outbuildings on 8 acres can be purchased for $310,500.
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$79,900 4.31 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath | 1834 sqft
2974 DEERFIELD VALLEY RD, Deerfield, VA 24432 - Augusta County

4.31 acres Deerfield, VA

***NEW PRICE*** for a potential historical project? The "Dula House" is an amazing log structure that seller says experts are native yellow pine, many of which are 19" wide. Documentation from various sources, uncovered, seems to point to as early as 1786 when the house stood at another Deerfield location, before being moved to where it stands today. Seller says experts from the Frontier Culture Museum and from Virginia Historic Resource Office, say structural clues date the house prior to 1810. The structure logs have been well preserved and hidden for nearly 100 years with siding. Bold flowing stream runs through the property.