Walnut Grove Farm in central Virginia offers superb privacy on its 453+/- acres. Live in the existing 4 bedroom, 2 bath, brick home with lovely hardwood floors while building your dream home overlooking the pristine & private 18+/- acre lake which is perfectly positioned in the center of this expansive farm. The home could also be a guest cottage or farm manager's home. Approx. 170 acres of cropland, with the balance in forest. Spend your days hiking the trails, watching the abundant wildlife & swimming or canoeing in the lake. This beautiful & productive farm is located 45 minutes to Charlottesville, one hour to Richmond, two hours from Washington, D.C. and only minutes to the charming town of Louisa. Home is being sold "as-is".
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