Wilmington II subdivision—4 lots between 15 and 22 acres, located on a state maintained road in central Fluvanna County. Lots are mostly cleared and ready for your new home. Bring your own builder, this is an excellent opportunity for large-lot home sites in a quiet and rural location easily commutable to Charlottesville. Multiple lots could be bundled together to create an ideal hunting or recreation tract. All lots already perc’d for 3BR septic. Sensible covenants and restrictions protect the land and your investment. Located just a few minutes east of Palmyra. All information believed accurate but buyers should independently verify schools, internet, and anything else of specific importance.
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