In the rolling countryside between Charlottesville and Richmond lay almost 200 acres of fertile and beautiful land. Perfect for creating your own self sustaining family estate, retreat, hunting sanctuary, or development. About 30 minutes from Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia and under 15 minutes to Zion Crossroads Shopping Mall. Around 2 hours to DC and many other historic attractions. Just 5 miles to Lake Monticello and water recreation. Plenty of room for large development, horses, cattle, crops, and already well-stocked with valuable plantation timber and wild game. Bordered by Kent Branch Creek, State Highway 631, private farms, and hundreds of acres of conservation land that will never be developed. Previously approved by Fluvanna County for subdivision with around 90 homes. Top tier white tail deer and turkey hunting managed by The Virginia Sports Club.
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