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Land for sale in Mckenney Virginia

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$279,900 8.26 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 2692 sqft
7704 Quail Hollow Road, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Remodeled Farm House on 8.26 Acres in McKenney, VA

Situated in a beautiful country setting surrounded by large oak trees and stunning views. Home with 2692 sf of space includes 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, very nice large kitchen, family room with French doors to deck and much more. The propery also has a 1400 sf 2-bay garage with upstairs living quarters with 2 bedrooms, bath and kitchen.
Nena Dunnavant United Country Landmark
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$110,000 43.64 acres
26101 Ridge Road, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

PENDING! 43.64 Acres of Residential Land For in Dinwiddie County!

Beautiful Rural Property with Tons of Potential! Property has mid aged timber, some crop fields, and tremendous possibility for hunting. Beaver pond and some creek areas help create the perfect property for hunting, recreation, home site, horses and more. Property is not far out at all and offers an opportunity in an up and coming county. The first inhabitants of the area were Paleo-Indians, prior to 8000 BC. They are believed to have been nomadic hunter-gatherers following animal migrations. Early stone tools have been discovered in various fields within the county. At the time of European contact, Native Americans had territory in the region. Dinwiddie County was formed May 1, 1752, from Prince George County. The county is named fo
Broker Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia
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$102,000 0.42 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1200 sqft
10908 Bethel Drive, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Nice Home Reasonbly Priced in McKenney

Nice brick-front ranch style home in town of McKenney. Family room addition in the back connects to kitchen for open concept living. Location is convenient to US#! and I-85. Home is kept with side yard fenced in for pets. Two sheds in back for storage. Bathroom recently updated with tile in tub and shower area. Paved drive and wood fence across front yard.
Nena Dunnavant United Country Landmark
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$45,000 1.81 acres
Rives Avenue, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Building Lots in Town of McKenney

Lots in town of McKenney convenient to post office, bank and town hall. Mostly open near street and rest planted in pines. Pretty holly tree near street.
Nena Dunnavant United Country Landmark
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$27,000 8.2 acres
Harpers Road, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Beautiful 8.2 acre Building Lot Close to McKenney

Very pretty building site wooded with mixed stand of mature pines and hardwoods. Elevated with good views of surrounding property and in site of Nottoway River only 1/10 of a mile away. Half way between Colonial Heights and South Hill, and close to I-85. Long frontage on Beaver Pond Creek
Nena Dunnavant United Country Landmark
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$25,000 1.21 acres
Rives Avenue, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Building Lots in McKenney

Lots on Rives Ave in the town of McKenney. Additional lots available that adjoin this parcel Cleared toward street with at least half planted in pines. Convenient to bank, post office and town office. McKenney is town of approximately 350 people located in southern end of Dinwiddie County. Close to US#1 and I-85. About half way between Colonial Hghts/Petersburg and South Hill.
Nena Dunnavant United Country Landmark
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$295,000 162 acres
19516 Depot Road, Mckenney, VA 23872 - Dinwiddie County

Little Timberland

The 162.63 acres has a great 7 acre open space being used for hay production and the balance of the acreage is a combination of 4 ages of pine plantation. 34 acres harvested in 1995 and 28 acres harvested a year later and both areas are ready for a thinning or clear cutting. The remaining acres were harvested 8+- years and 4+- years ago. This provides a new owner with a great periodic timber income over the next 20 years. The soils appear to be that great red clay known for growing pines and logging in wet periods of the year when prices are higher. Great hunting and only minutes from McKenney or I 85.
Johnny Robertson Hometown Realty