Great tract with trails, diverse terrain, big trees, creeks, all located in Big Buck Country.
Great opportunity for a tall timber tract in historic Surry. This one is good for a home site and that custom home you have been dreaming about. It has 800 feet on Rte 10 and on Cabin Point Rd so you can choose your entry. Also makes good for future investment with great access. It can be great for a weekend getaway. It comes with trails meandering through the tall mixed timber and the wildlife is abundant. Big bucks and turkeys meandering through as well. Diversity in timber and terrain, adjacent and around other timber tracts and agriculture fields all add up to great hunting. Great for shooting, 4 wheeling, camping, hiking too. 30 minutes form the Richmond area and an hour form the Hampton Roads area. 15 minutes to the Jamestown Ferry. Priced below assessment. Call Danny Graham at or email him at to discuss or set up a time to see. In 1652, Surry County was formed from the portion of James City County south of the James River. For more than 350 years, Surry County has depended on an agricultural economy. It has guarded its heritage, including many small towns and 19 sites listed on the National Register including a landmark occupied in 1676 known as Bacon's Castle and Chippokes Plantation now a state park. The Jamestown Ferry provides easy access to Virginia's Historic Triangle, featuring Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown, linked by the National Park Service's Colonial Parkway.
The county is known for farming, curing Virginia Hams, and harvesting lumber, notably Virginia Pine.