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Land for sale including Farms in Prince George County Virginia

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$286,000 78.64 acres
S Crater Rd, Petersburg, VA 23805 - Prince George County

78.64-acre Farm in Prince George

Total of 78.64 Acres made up of the following tax parcels - 430-0A-00-106-0, 430-0A-00-035-0, 430-13-00-00B-0. Mostly wooded with almost 11 acres of cropland and long frontage on Route 301 (South Crater Road). Additional access off of Eagle Rock Road and Timber Road. Most of the property is zoned R-1 with a small portion zoned B-1. Even though the property is zoned, it is undevelopable due to the county requirement for public sewer and water which is not available in the area at this time. In meantime, it's an awesome farm and/or long-term investment located just off of Interstate 95.
William G. Grant GRANT MASSIE LAND CO.
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Auction - Jun 22, 2017 at 12:00 PM 3,885.85 acres
1800 Flowerdew Hundred Road, Hopewell, VA 23860 - Prince George County

Own a Piece of History: Three Historic Properties in Virginia

Own a Piece of History: Three Historic Properties in Virginia For Auction on June 22 ----------------- FLOWERDEW HUNDRED 1800 Flowerdew Hundred Road, Hopewell, VA 1322.92 Acres Premiere Estates, in conjunction with Richard Buckingham of Engel & Volkers Richmond Realty, is proud to present Flowerdew Hundred, 1322.92 Acres located at 1800 Flowerdew Hundred Rd. Hopewell, VA. This gorgeous, expansive plantation is situated on top-producing soil, and is located on historically significant land in the beautiful state of Virginia. This is a unique property with long frontage on the James River in Prince George County. In 1618, Flowerdew Hundred was granted to Gov. George Yeardley who named the property for his wife, Temperance Flowerdew
Michael Schwartz Premiere Estates Auction Company
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$1,675,000 1,155 acres
Petersburg, VA 23842 - Prince George County

1,155 acres Petersburg, VA

This property is an excellent combination of well-managed timber land with an opportunity for future residential development. It is located within an easy commute distance to Hopewell and Petersburg. The tract has a conservation easement on approximately 1,100 acres, with the following restrictions: 142 + acres Natural Heritage Buffer – no harvesting 29 + acres Secondary Buffer – limited harvesting 926 + acres covered by the easement with forestry allowed per the management plan The balance of the tract, being 58 + acres, is not included in the conservation easement and is suitable for residential development. A proposed development plan is available upon request. General Timber Types are as follows: 58 acresCutover
David Anderton, Principal Broker (AR & VA), Broker-In-Charge (NC & MD) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$465,500 132.47 acres
Griffin Road, Petersburg, VA 23805 - Prince George County

Farm - 132.47 Acres In Prince George

Beautiful farm that's convenient to I-95, Route 301 and I-295. About 65 acres of openland with around 52 Acres +/- of pine and hardwood woodland with some timber value. There is a 11-acre +/- main pond and the southern portion of a smaller pond along the north boundary. Adjacent Properties Available, subject to availability.
William G. Grant GRANT MASSIE LAND CO.
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$110,000 22.31 acres
16615 Templeton Road, Disputanta, VA 23842 - Prince George County

22 Acres of Land for Sale in Prince George County VA!

Amazing hardwoods and open paths large enough to put in food plots. This property is in a prime location and is the perfect place to put your home. Bring horses, livestock, four wheelers, hiking boots and all. Prince George County was formed in 1703 in the Virginia Colony from the portion of Charles City County that was south of the James River. It was named in honor of Prince George of Denmark, husband of Anne, Queen of Great Britain. In 1619, "Charles Cittie" [sic] was one of four "boroughs" or "incorporations" created by the Virginia Company. The first Charles City County courthouses were located along the James River at Westover Plantation on the north side and City Point on the south side. The Virginia Company lost its charter in
Broker Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia