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Land for sale in Carson Virginia

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$55,000 7.5 acres
Off Buckskin Ln, Carson, VA 23830 - Dinwiddie County

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

Beautiful lot in a very private setting! Build your dream home or use this as a family getaway! Beautiful 7.5 acre lot in Prince George County Virginia. Large trees, small creek and quiet setting. Horses permitted, hunting and recreational or build a single home on this lovely property. 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 1703, all of the original area of Charles City County south of the James River was severed to form Prince George County. As population increased, portions were divided and organized as several additional counties. City
Broker Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia
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$55,000 7.7 acres
Off Buckskin Ln, Carson, VA 23830 - Prince George County

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

Magnificent nearly 8 acre lot in a nice subdivision, with the added plus of privacy. This lot shares an access with a 7.5 acre lot and sits in a very private setting. Nice large trees and the quiet of a small stream make this a dream lot. 8 Acres of land for sale in Prince George County Virginia. Horses permitted, hunting, recreation or build single family home on this beautiful property. 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 1703, all of the original area of Charles City County south of the James River was severed to form Prince George Co
Broker Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia