For Sale

3.06 Acres | Located in Mecklenburg County, VA

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Discounted Cash Price

$16,950 $24,200
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Owner Financing Price

$320 For 60 Months
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Description

3.06-acre level wooded lot off Hwy 47. Nice secluded lot for your new home out in the country. Site built, mobile or tiny home allowed. RVs are not allowed. This lot has a perpetual deeded easement to access the property. Easy access for commute to surrounding towns for employment, hospital, and shopping. Across the street is Mecklenburg Country Club featuring a 9-hole golf course with terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Occoneechee State Park is approximately 30 minutes South. Chase City is less than 5 miles away. Fort Pickett in Blackstone VA is less than an hour’s drive. Utilities will need to be installed. Owner financing available. Valued at $24,200 get it for $16,950 cash.

Property Information

Parcel Size

3.06 Acres

State

Virginia

County

Mecklenburg

Nearest Cities

South Hill

Parcel #

022000_02_00_005

Address

HIGHWAY FORTY SEVEN CHASE CITY, VA 23924

Legal Description

LOT 5 – BURTON

Property Taxes

$132.11

Features

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Acres

3.06

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County

Mecklenburg

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Access

Deeded Easement

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Power

Needs installed

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Water

Well and Septic needs installed

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Coordinates

36.813782,-78.380633

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Zoning

AG

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Elevation

505 FT

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Topography

Level

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Clarksville, VAOcconeechee State Park

Occoneechee State Park is on Virginia’s largest lake, Buggs Island Lake, also known as John H. Kerr Reservoir. The park features 3.1 miles of walking trails which allow the guest to experience the history of the Occoneechee Indians and plantation life in the 1800s. Buggs Island Lake is the main attraction at Occoneechee, and you could spend a whole afternoon (or two) boating or fishing on the serene water. If you prefer to keep your feet planted on solid ground, there are over 20 miles of trails available to hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. During the warm summer months, you can cool off at the Splash Splay Ground, or hunker down at one of the shaded picnic shelters.

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