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Outstanding recreational or hunting property- Dissected by 18 foot wide Cunningham Creek- Loaded with game!
Thirty-Two Acres of beautiful wooded rolling hills with an abundance of bottom lands, springs and streams. The beautiful 16-20-foot-wide Cunningham Creek dissects the back of the property. An abundance of mixed hardwoods makes up the majority of the property. Large sycamores, oaks and dogwoods dot the landscape. The Creek bottom is a nature lovers dream, laced with ferns, wildflowers and huge wild grape vines.
Cunningham creek is a beautiful wide flowing creek that is the center piece of this little piece of heaven. Rippling, twisting and churning throughout the lowland, its about as tranquil as it gets. An abundance of wildlife roams the property, including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys and likely an occasional Black Bear. Wild birds including Hawks, Woodpeckers, Owls and our state bird the Red Cardinal all make this diverse land their home.
Build your family estate or erect your hunting hideaway on one of the beautiful knolls overlooking Cunningham Creek. A rocky fern and moss laden spring mountain stream boards the highest knoll. The property offers a multitude of rolling sloping hillsides, but is very walkable. Elevation change of nearly 40 feet.
All of this paradise located in historic Fluvanna County and just a few minutes form the County seat of Palmyra.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the same sites from a different perspective, kayaking the James or Rivanna,Rivers hiking miles of wilderness trails or pedaling miles of bike trails and quiet country roads where farmers work land that's been in their families for generations.
Centrally located in the heart of Virginia, Fluvanna County is about 25 miles east of Charlottesville, 60 miles west of Richmond, 120 miles south of Washington, D.C., and within 45 miles of the scenic Skyline Drive, Fluvanna County's south boundary is the James River, which separates Fluvanna from the counties of Buckingham and Cumberland. To the west is Albemarle County; to the north, Louisa County; and to the east, Goochland County. The resulting scenic drives are unlike anywhere else in the country, with miles of gentle roads winding over hills and low mountains, opening suddenly to dramatic vistas of open space.
Fluvanna County was once part of Henrico County, one of the original shires of the Virginia Colony. Henrico was divided in 1727 and the Fluvanna County area became a part of Goochland County. In 1744 Goochland was divided and the area presently known as Fluvanna became a part of Albemarle County. Finally, in 1777, Albemarle County was divided and Fluvanna County established. The County was named for the Fluvanna River, the name given to James River west of Columbia. Fluvanna means "Annie's River" in honor of Queen Anne of England.
Fluvanna County has abundant natural resources, including the James, Hardware, and Rivanna Rivers. These waterways, along with other natural areas, provide ample opportunity for hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Within the county are the state operated 1,034 acre Hardware River Wildlife Management Area, the Rivanna Conservation Society's 100 acre Scheier Natural Area, and the Fluvanna County Heritage Trail Foundation's trails (between historic Palmyra on Rt. 15 and Pleasant Grove on Rt. 53) Just a short 5 minute Drive . Ruritan Lake is a particular favorite of outdoor enthusiasts. Palmyra and your 32 Acre slice of heaven is only 20 miles to historic Charlottesville A creative rich community around music, books and the performing arts, year after year, Charlottesville just a 20-minute drive is a thriving historic town loaded with lots of activities for everyone in the family.
A 30 foot deeded access easement will be dedicated to allow access to your secure home site.
So if you are searching for that little piece of heaven in this property is worth a hike. We are proud at Mossy Oak of bringing you the personal touch and guidance to help you find that one of a kind property. Whether for recreation, hunting, relaxation, or just sitting back in the old rocker let us help you live your dream.
For more information on this and other Hunting and Recreational Land For Sale in Fluvanna County VA, call Danny Graham at 757-613-6059.
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