Under Contract!! 9.22 Acres Of Hunting And Recreational Land In Amherst County, Va!

UNDER CONTRACT!! 9.22 acres of Hunting and Recreational Land in Amherst County, VA!


Property Types
  • Hunting Land
  • Recreational Land


For immediate assistance with this listing call Kim Edwards at 757-630-8462

29.22 acres of Hunting and Recreational Land in Amherst County, VA

What a great opportunity to own a beautiful piece of rural property in Amherst County, Va! This 9.22 acre listing has much to offer with plenty of space for building your dream home, as well as all the extra room needed for the still hunter interested in harvesting game such as deer and turkey. Walk out your back door and make your way straight to your own hunting blind or tree stand! The property is sloped up from the road with multiple options for spots on which to build. The rear area of higher elevation offers outstanding views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Build your home on that section for a landscape most only dream of, and look forward to some of the greatest sunsets you may have ever seen! Multiple large boulders throughout the property only add to its beauty and character.

Once a part of Albemarle County, Amherst was created out of it in 1761, and was named in honor of Lord Jeffrey Amherst, the "Conqueror of Canada". It is located in the Piedmont Region, geographically near the center of the State of Virginia. As population was increasing in 1807, the county was subsequently reduced in size in order to give up land to form Nelson County. Tobacco was the major cash crop of the county during its early years. Boasting a current population of approximately 33,000 people, the county continues to grow. Recreational opportunities include canoeing, kayaking and fishing on public lakes, namely Mill Creek, Otter Lake, Thrashers Lake, and Stonehouse Lake. Additionally, you'll find many parks and hiking trails throughout, as approximately 25 miles of the Appalachian Trail passes through the County within the George Washington National Forest. Mountain peaks awaiting exploration included Mount Pleasant, Cole Mountain and Tar Jacket Ridge.

For more information on this and other land for sale in Amherst County, contact Kimberly Edwards at 757-630-8462.