Located within in the rolling foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountain valley, Smith Island Farm offers the rare opportunity to own a large tract of horse and livestock acreage in the bucolic Virginia Piedmont.
Consisting of 365 well-tended acres with excellent, fencing and plenty of water, Smith Island Farm provides the perfect environment for horse enthusiasts, cattle ranchers and agriculturalists alike. With 95 percent open land, Smith Island Farm’s wide-open spaces are the perfect setting for those who love to both work and live off the countryside. With highly productive soil, this farm offers excellent potential for crops. production.
Smith Island Farm’s lovely farmhouse and exquisite river valley views exemplify the best of the Virginia Piedmont lifestyle, far enough from the sounds and lights of the city while just 40 minutes from the restaurants and culture of historic Charlottesville, Va., home to the University of Virginia.
Here are just a few of Smith Island Farm’s offerings:
365 acres of open land, ideal for horse and livestock operation
Extensive fencing and water
Excellent potential for crop production – highly productive soil
Exquisite river valley views
Extensive road frontage
40 minutes to Charlottesville, 90 minutes to Richmond and 2 hours to Washington, D.C.
Named for the pioneering family that produced President James Madison, Madison County’s rich colonial and Civil War history retains the rich agricultural tradition and architectural heritage of 18th and 19th century. Maintained for 20 years by owners who took great care of the property with low environmental impact, Smith Island Farm represents Virginia horse and farming country at its finest.