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stonewall retreat

Beautiful Homestead in Central VA. A well-built home, sheds, storage buildings, open fields, stream, pond, mature hardwood & pine timber. Property fronts secondary and major roads for possible small business opportunities. Very private and centrally located between Charlottesville, Richmond, Farmville, and less than 2 hours from Washington D.C. & the Eastern Shore. The house is charming and well landscaped. Electricity and 2nd well still in place. Stream and pond located at the back of property. Pond is about 1 1/4 acre +/- 5 acres of open field around pond. Great for gardens & animals.

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A magnificent retreat for all recreation lovers, located on 174+/- acres in the mountains of Nelson County. The log cabin was refurbished in the 1990s and added on to along with a garage built for woodworking and storage. The carpentry is excellent and the place well-maintained. The land has some trails and an awesome small waterfall with a clear pool less than 100 yards from the front door. Beautiful timber with an abundance of wildlife and beauty! No covenants, restrictions or conservation easements. Stores close by in Lovingston, Schuyler, & Scottsville.

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**SOLD** Payne's house

This House is a Classic! Very well-built and move-in ready! 3 Bedrooms, 2 full Bath, Brick Rancher on 3.65+/- acres with lots of new upgrades. Roof, HVAC, well pump, shutters, handrails, interior and exterior paint and exterior trim work. Upgraded crawlspace with all new insulation & vapor barrier. Paved drive, big backyard for horses, small animals, & vegetable gardens. To the south are mature fruit trees. Storage shed or workshop for your hobbies. All just minutes from historic Scottsville and the James River, 25 minutes from Charlottesville.

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**SOLD** Bransford Farm

Bransford Farm is a potential paradise. A well-built brick, two-story home overlooks 100+ acres of pastures and fields, two nice ponds, and numerous farm buildings. The property is very private, located on a dead-end, state-maintained road with over 3/4 mile of road frontage. There are about 100 acres of beautiful mixed hardwood timber with trails, and old cabin, a bold stream, and great deer hunting. Bransford Farm is currently grazed by cattle and used for hay production. Several old buildings once served as workshops, stables, and barns, most of which have slate or metal roofs and lap or tin siding. Two smaller homes on site could be restored or torn down.