Considering that United Country has been promoting “recreational properties” in Colorado and Mississippi, here’s one from our neck of the woods. Call me at 540-229-7760 for more information. Click here for the listing.
114 acres in two separate parcels located in Virginia’s northern Piedmont. Research of the Fauquier County land records for this historic land date back to 1723 when the original patent was issued to Thomas Furr from the Lord Fairfax Estate. The western and southern boundaries are the original 1723 patent lines. The old house site, where the remnants of the chimney are today, is circa 1780. There is a significant spring, Moses Cummings Spring, that is referenced in numerous deeds located on the eastern boundary. The land been painstakingly rehabilitated it to it’s current state, with 2.5 miles of perimeter fence, several new farm out buildings. Hunting and recreational opportunities abound, deer and turkey take advantage of the fields, wooded glades and beautiful streams and springs. Close to commuting routes to Northern Virginia, including VRE in Manassas VA.