The perfectly sized building lot you've been looking for is finally affordable. Check it out. This 0.46-acre lot is waiting for you in Ruther Glen, VA. The property has power lines available less than ¼ mile away, city water, as well as paved road access. Septic is needed. It's within the Lake Land'Or Property Owner Association. The Lake Land'Or POA is split into two neighborhoods, the Heritage half and the Lake Land'Or half. This half-acre property is in the Lake Land'Or portion. Lake Land'Or Community offers diverse recreation like parks, beaches, swimming pools, archery ranges, skeet shooting ranges, clubhouses, and more. The Lake itself stretches 87-Acres and has two boating ramps. The community even has its own small cemetery. This lot would be ideal for a small lake-side home; possibly a vacation home, weekend hideaway, rental property, or a final decision in your empty-nest downsizing. Modular homes are a great option for this space as well.
Just three months ago, a member of the community said “Very good security and neighbors, easy to put people on guest lists, friendly staff. I'm happy to live here.”
Ruther Glen, Virginia
Ruther Glen is a small city within Caroline County, Virginia. The town sits only 40 minutes from Richmond, VA, and only 1 hour 25 minutes from Washington DC. A day trip to Richmond could include the Metro Richmond Zoo, a brewery tour, and a walk through the American Civil War Museum. Or you could head North to Washington D.C. You could fill a weeks' schedule with the attractions in Dc. The Lincoln Memorial, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, any of the Smithsonian Museums are all worthy adventures. Although Ruther Glen itself is not a bustling city, it still offers plenty of entertainment nearby. Staying local, you could visit Sassafrass Shade Vineyard for a wine tasting or witness a history lesson at the Historic Jericho School. We can't forget the recreation that comes with Lake Life. Boating, swimming, kayaking, and fishing are welcomed at Lake Land'Or. Ruther Glen prides itself on small-town togetherness.