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43 Acres of Timbe

715 White Rock Gap Rd : Covington, VA 24085

Alleghany County, Virginia

43.40 Acres
$120,000 USD
$2,765 / ac
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For immediate assistance with this listing call Danny Graham at.

Opportunity for acreage in the Mountains of Virginia, where wildlife is abundant and minutes from the National Forests. Call Danny Graham at to schedule a showing today.

Acreage in the hills of Alleghany County. Over 40 acres can make a great home site. Uninhabitable house on premises with well and septic still there. Creek running through property. Wildlife abounds in this area. Access to George Washington National Forest is close and in every direction. Country living possible and located between Covington and Clifton Forge and not far from I 64.

Alleghany County is an American county located on the far western edge of Commonwealth of Virginia. It is bordered by the Allegheny Mountains, from which the county derives its name, and it is the northernmost part of the Roanoke Region. The county seat is Covington.As of the 2020 census, the population was 15,223. The county was created in 1822 from parts of Bath County, Botetourt County, and Monroe County now in West Virginia with additional portions of Bath County and Monroe County added in 1823 and 1844, respectively.

Alleghany County was established on January 5, 1822, by an act of the Virginia General Assembly. The new county was formed from parts of Bath County, Botetourt County, and Monroe County now in West Virginia, with most of the population centered in the new county seat in Covington. Alleghany County was named for the Alleghany Mountains, which border the western edge of the county.

When the county was established, the principal export was hemp, used for rope production in Richmond. However, as hemp demand and prices declined, the farmers of Alleghany switched to grain, hay and livestock production. During the American Civil War, the iron for the CSS Virginia Merrimac came from Longdale Furnace in the county. Regiments from Alleghany County were at the surrender at Appomattox.

For more information on this and other land for sale in Alleghany County, contact Danny Graham at or by email at or visit landandfarmsrealty

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