Gorgeous 72 acre parcel in central Nelson County very close to Lovingston. Multiple elevated building sites overlook a beautiful stocked lake, with mountain views beyond. The lake sits at the bottom of a small valley, and the land runs towards the ridgetops on both sides. Carefully managed and maintained property is worthy of construction of an architecturally significant main dwelling. A charming tenant cottage, the core of which is an old log cabin, is already onsite, providing guest accommodations or rental income. Part of a 6 parcel rural neighborhood with common sense Covenants that protect everyone's investment. Nearby neighbors include two different working vineyards and a Nature Preserve. Private and protected, yet not isolated.
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