Cash Price: $14,999
Finance Price: $14,999
Down Payment: 10%, $1499
Monthly Payment: $150
Property Taxes: $30 a year
Association Fees: None
Electricity: On road
Water: By Well
Waste: By Septic, Perc test done
Access: County Road Frontage
Time-Limit To Build: None
Liens & Judgments: None
Recently surveyed country estate sized lots.
Perc tests are done on all lots.
Power is on Gary road.
The property was recently cut and not replanted.
All lots have road frontage on Gary Rd.
TERMS: Owner Financing.
The country estates are surrounded by timber land, there are 2 other houses across the street. It's located about 15 minutes from Kenbridge and about 20 minutes from South Hill. Lunenburg county has some great hunting for turkeys, deer and black bear.
Located in the beautiful countryside of South Central Virginia. Historic Lunenburg County meets all with a warm, friendly welcome. Family and community are central to the everyday lifestyle in Lunenburg County. Our purpose is to develop and maintain a society where we can enjoy our families, employment and retirement. Lunenburg County strives to provide a peaceful, safe atmosphere with plenty of family-friendly activities. Our County works together to offer business and employment opportunities, friendly service from local citizens in area businesses and various recreational attractions. We have an accredited school system, youth sports, two municipal parks, community events, low tax rates, beautiful countryside, quaint communities and friendly people. Whether you want to make Lunenburg your home, locate your business here, or spend some time visiting -- you'll be glad you came.
Historic Lunenburg County lies within the rolling terrain of the Piedmont (Southside) area of the State of Virginia which is frequently referred to as the “Mother of Counties”. Lunenburg County is proudly and historically known as the “Mother of Counties.” After being formed from Brunswick on May 1, 1746, Lunenburg went on to provide territory for the formation of nine other counties after 1753-Charlotte, Partick and Henry-hence, the title, “Mother of Counties.” The first Lunenburg Courthouse was located in what is now Mecklenburg County.