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47.12 Acres | Located in Essex County, VA

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Enjoy endless possibilities on these 5 lots being sold as one, a total of 47.12 acres all together. Site built, manufactured homes, or tiny homes are allowed. One single family dwelling per lot, duplexes are also allowed on 2 acres on more. Driveways have been cut in leading to each parcel. Mostly cleared on all lots, sparsely treed.

Nearby shopping, medical, and educational needs can all be found less than 10 miles away in the city of Tappahannock. Richmond is one hour away, the capital of Virginia, is among America’s oldest major cities. From thrills at King’s Dominion in Doswell, to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, there is always something fun nearby. Virginia Motor Speedway and many other nearby racetracks and arenas can also be found within a short drive. Spend the day in Washington D.C. or fun and sun at Virginia Beach only 2 hours away. Power at street. Well and septic will need to be installed.

Property Information

Parcel Size

47.12 acres





Nearest Cities


Parcel #

36 60C / 36 61 / 36 66 / 36 63 / 36 63B


Church Hill Rd # RT 671, Tappahannock, VA 22560

Legal Description

SFD – Suburban – Vac

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At Street

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Well and septic will need to be installed

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A-2 Rural Agriculture Limiited

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100 FT.

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Nearby Cities / Attractions

Williamsburg, VA / Colonial Williamsburg

Today, Williamsburg is known internationally as the premier center for the preservation and interpretation of American colonial history: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; and as the home of one of the nation’s premier public universities: The College of William & Mary. Williamsburg forms the “Historic Triangle” together with Jamestown and Yorktown. Its heart is Colonial Williamsburg, a historic district and living-history museum where actors in period costume depict daily Colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops. 

Note: Located on Virginia’s Middle Peninsula, Essex County is centrally situated just outside the Washington to Norfolk urban crescent. The county’s principal town, Tappahannock, dates back to a 17th century port settlement. The historic cities of Fredericksburg (40 miles north) and Williamsburg (56 miles SE) are within an hour’s drive.

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