A property that rises to the crest of Appleberry Mountain! A truly unique opportunity to own 3,300 +/- acres of pristine mountain land in Albemarle County, Virginia. The property has been used for timber and as a private hunting retreat and getaway. This mountain land is teeming with wildlife, including bears, foxes, bobcats and birds. The land is forested, and includes pine plantations with streams running throughout. There are 40 year old Loblolly pines, hardwoods, fertile soils and about 1,600 acres that could be converted to crop land, the possibilities are endless. Renowned Alberene Soapstone originates from a historic quarry on the property. Timber Cruise available.
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