Welcome to this Great Development Property consisting of 97 acres plus an additional home with 3 acres see MLS ST# 8332662 located in the Fredericskburg Stafford area. Old Soil Studies indicate a minimum of 15 Perc Sites property is next to a very nice community Queens Guard and offers many opportunities for a nice community. Appears to have adequate road frontage and line of site distance.. Possibility of Cluster type project or Estate Sites. This piece of property has lots of potential!
Gently Rolling Land with mixture of trees and open area.Property lends it self to an Estate type property offering a home on the front and building your dream home in the middle , awesome family subdivision of mulitple sites. This is a nice piece of Land located in the north west quadrant of Stafford County, borders Fauquier Line. Within minutes of major Interstate and secondary roads, Possbilities are many and a super long term Investment.
Here is a link to the Official County Website for your convience. Stafford is a census-designated place (listed as Stafford Courthouse) in and the county seat of Stafford County in the northern part of the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. The population as of the 2010 United States Census was 4,239. It lies 10 miles (16 km) north of Fredericksburg, approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of metropolitan Washington, D.C., and about 60 miles (97 km) north of Richmond, the Commonwealth capital (Connor, 2003). The Marine Corps Base Quantico is located north of the community. Stafford Courthouse is located at the intersections of U.S. Highway 1, and Courthouse Road. History hoop boy copy_thumb.jpg Stafford has been a crossroads for many important events and travelers in history. From Pocahontas and Captain John Smith, to George Washington and his famous fabled “chopping of the cherry tree,” to the countless Civil War soldiers encampments and hospitals, Stafford has centuries of tales to tell. Staffords history spans millions of years. Prehistoric animals, such as the Sauroposeidon (the longest dinosaur in Virginia), lived in Stafford. Native Americans of the Patawomeck and Manahoac tribes lived here in substantial numbers. European explorer Captain John Smith sailed up the Potomac from Jamestown to present-day Stafford and set foot on its shores. Powhatan Indian princess, Pocahontas, was kidnapped from Staffords Indian Point. All of this took place before Stafford County was formally established in 1664.
There are many things to do in Stafford County. Stafford parks, Recreation and community facilities offers an array of activivites, faciliites, and services to meet the varied recreational needs and interest of our county’s diverse population.
This parcel has plenty to offfer so contact Douglas Jennings to get the details about this fine property. He has over 30 years of expereince in the Stafford Fredericksburg Va area. He guides and directs people and educates them about buying and selling land in Stafford county today. He works and owns The Jennings Team with Keller Williams Realty and he helps bring buyers and sellers togther to make it a WIN-WIN for all. Call Doug today at 540-907-2615 and schedule a consultation with him about this property.