Beautiful Homesite location beside a gorgeous small pond and quiet creek in Beautiful North East VA. Right next to the Rappahannock River where you have fishing, boating, hunting, and quiet country living in rural Farnham Va.
1.5 acres of Residential Land for Sale in Richmond County VA. Quiet country living at its finest. You'll feel right at home with the beautiful drive in to this great homesite location in Farnham VA. As the Fall colors are starting to change, you can breath deep and relax your soul as you take the turn onto Mothershed Neck Rd. Gorgeous Oaks and Pines on both sides of the road providing a lush combination of colors and decor for your new yard. What a pristine location to sit on the front porch with a cup of coffee in the mornings listening to the birds sing and the breeze rustle the leaves.
These Lots combine for 320+/- feet of road frontage. The Western boundary has a creek that has turned into a small pond right next door to the property that contains multiple species of aquatic life and fish. Nothing like letting the frogs sing you to sleep at night. Between these two lots you should be able to find a suitable homesite and have a great back or front yard. A perc test is recommended to be completed prior to closing to confirm soil suitability.
You'll love living in Richmond County VA. It's a place where the morning coffee comes with a view of eagles and osprey and where tonight's seafood special is whatever takes your bait. It's a place where history lives in the bricks and mortar and where traditions are more important than trends. It's a place where rush hour is a hay baler crossing the highway, where passing motorists smile and wave, a place where you're always welcome. It's Richmond County. For the weekend or forever. And don't forget about the mighty Rappahannock River. Some historians believe the Rappahannock may have served as a possible boundary between the North and the South during the Civil War. It is certain that it was the site of early settlements in the Virginia Colony and was later a volatile battle theater during the Civil War. The Battle of Fredericksburg and the Battle at Rappahannock Station both took place along the river, in 1862. Also if you love the outdoors, don't forget about the great fishing opportunities on this great water system. Multiple fish species are available for your catching and dining pleasure in either direction on the river. The upper Rappahannock river holds great small mouth and largemouth bass fishing as well as multiple sunfish and a variety of other fun game fish. The lower tidal portions of the river tend to favor catfish, bass, and seasonal coastal fish coming in from the ocean to spawn and feed such as Striped Bass and Hickory shad.
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