This property abuts Mint Springs Park. The barn is not on the property. Trails, swimming and fishing lakes are within several hundred feet. The property is allowed two (2) dwellings by easement agreement with Albemarle County; however, the property may not be subdivided. Power line touches one corner of property. Great retreat site or B&B location close to vineyard and brewery country. Mad Run Creek runs through the property. Great opportunity for a small family compound, build two dwellings live in one rent the other. Call for additional details. County easement information in Documents. Access needs gravel improvement. There are several old apple trees remaining from past Wayland's orchard. Great site for private getaway.
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