This is a great rural retreat near Brookneal, VA; the home of Patrick Henry. Outdoor enthusiasts can keep themselves busy hunting this property or enjoying the Staunton River; one of the premier smallmouth bass fisheries on the east coast. Located just 6 miles northeast of Brookneal, this property has a gated entrance and an established road system. 34 acres has merchantable pine trees that were planted in 1983. Another 69 acres was planted in loblolly pine seedlings in 2006 and can provide income from thinning at about age 17. The remaining acreage is upland hardwood habitat buffering small streams, providing excellent hunting habitat. The Little Falling River forms the western property line. Electric service is available. Established road system with culverts and ditches for drainage. Town of Brookneal is just 6 miles, providing shopping, restaurants and banking. This property would make a great sportsmen’s getaway for a family or small group. In addition to hunting, fishermen will be attracted to the Staunton River in Brookneal. Nearby historical points of interests include Appomattox Courthouse and Red Hill, Patrick Henry’s home place. Hat Creek golf course is just 2 miles. This property is well-managed forestland & wildlife habitat. It also has a good road system with culverts, gates, and roads stabilized with stone. The well-established property lines are marked with orange paint.