New, significantly reduced price.
Do you envision an ideal country estate of 383 rolling acres with 1.4 miles of private creek for afternoon floats ending at Smith Mountain Lake, abundant game & wildlife, vast stands of income producing timber, phenomenal mountain vistas, & miles of open trails for fun on wheels or horse hooves?
Then come visit the Trink's Farm Tract - where recreational opportunities abound. Over 1.4 miles of Lynville creek bisects the property; all of which is considered within the shoreline of ever-popular Smith Mountain Lake and float-able by inner tube or small kayak with picnic worthy rocks and small beaches along the way. At the eastern property boundary, you'll find a stationary dock with convenient paved road access (actually a remnant of the old Hardy Road before the construction of a new bridge in the 1990'S). Drive miles of interior roads to all parts of the property; explore mountain hollers with pleasant creek, large boulders, and rhododendron thicket or a unique marsh area with cypress grove. Numerous different habitats, timber stand types, and game plots throughout the property mean that wildlife thrives and top-notch birding, hiking, forest bathing, or hunting is afforded.
Multiple large-acreage loblolly stands of various ages with expanse of native hardwood gives the opportunity to manage the land to suite your specific needs. Desire more pasture land for livestock? The land can be managed for that. Rather maximize income potential and plant more loblolly? Portions of the property are ready to be sprayed, prepped, and planted.
Use the quaint, 1900'S farmhouse & barn as base camp while building your dream multi-generational estate on one of several high knolls with panoramic Blue Ridge Mountain views. Rural privacy and seclusion 25 minutes to downtown Roanoke & 10 minutes to Westlake, well suited for luxury self-sufficient retreat, residential development, or conservation easement. Scheduled showings only.
Directions to Ranch
From Hardy Ford Bridge enter Franklin County on Hardy Road to home on left in 3 miles. Second entry on Eton Road across from 3277 Eton Road.