An incredibly beautiful, estate quality property in an area of large, historic farms and estates. Beautiful building sites, spectacular views. Be sure to click the Virtual Tours link to see a aerial drone video. The entire property is meticulously maintained. Approximately one mile of excellent gravel road winds through elevated meadows and mature forest to three outstanding building sites.
An additional mile of well planned, grass trails are perfect for riding, hunting and nature walks. Many fruit and decorative trees and shrubs have been planted by owner. Wildlife abounds, incl. many deer and turkey. More unusual animals - woodcock, grouse, weasel and bear- are sometimes seen. Occasionally, a South American warbler visits in early spring.
The open land is planted in well established and maintained orchard grass, suitable for pasture or hay production. Excellent potential for equestrian estate. Small, never dry steam, good pond site. Your choice of building sites -- ridge top or elevated, upland meadow site.
The property is approximately 40 to 45 minutes to Lynchburg, Roanoke and Lexington. For equestrians, the Virginia Horse Center is convenient, and also the Bedford and Rockbridge Hunts.
This property is limited by covenant to 3 divisions only.
From Big Island, take Rt 122 (Big Island Hwy)to Sedalia. Look for Sedalia Country Store. Hurricane Creek is about one mile past store on the left. Property begins at drive.
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