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2.22 Acres of Peace and Quiet – Lancaster, VA

Plenty of privacy in Heritage Point

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Payment Notes

Once you click the “Reserve Now” button and complete the Checkout Process, we will receive an instant notification that your deposit has been made. This deposit is non-refundable and will be credited towards your purchase. You will then be given the option to close through a local title company or in-house. Please contact us with any questions.

When closing in-house we complete the transaction in less than 5-7 business days and is a flat rate of $300. When closing through a local title company, expect the transaction to be completed in ~30 days and can cost between $700-$1200, depending on the area and property. If you choose to close through a title company that is to be paid by you, the buyer.

Description

Address: 209 Ridgeview Drive, Lancaster, VA 22503 (this address takes you to the house 2 lots away)

Natural wooded lot waiting for you to build your dream home or vacation spot. Located in the amenity filled Heritage Point subdivision, nice and convenient to everything you need.

This is an excellent property for someone looking to make an investment in a growing area or build a beautiful home in a private setting with marina and beach access. Ready to build? This lot already has passed a perk test greatly enhancing its value.

This property within the Heritage Point subdivision along the western banks of the Corrotoman River. A short boat ride and the river quickly widens to mles wide as it connects with the Rappahannock.

Lake Echo can be found at the end of Lake Drive, just before the hill on Belmont. Come and check it out sometime – but bring your fly rod and canoe or kayak. There’s fish in there that have never seen a lure!

The Zamjohn Marina is located just before the end of Belmont Drive, Heritage Point’s Zamjohn Marina is a hive of activity during the summer months. With the community’s free private boat launch, it’s the usual destination for our land-locked residents, our canoers and kayakers, and a hot spot for crabbing. The HOA website is www.heritagepoints.us and dues are $375 per year.

Property Information

Parcel Size

2.22 Acres

State

Virginia

County

Lancaster County

Nearest Cities

Richmond, Hampton Roads, Washington DC

Parcel #

20E 1 145

Address

No address – use 209 Ridgeview Drive Lancaster VA 22503 for directions

Features

Acres

2.22

Acres

County

Lake

County

Subdivision

Exists

Subdivision

Access

Dirt Road

Access

Power

From Street

Power

Water

From Street

Water

Coordinates

37.718521, -76.529192

Coordinates

Zoning

Residential

Zoning

Elevation

70 feet

Elevation

Nearby Attractions

Corrotoman and Rappahannock Rivers

Corrotoman River

Geography destined Lancaster County is one of Virginia’s leading resort, retirement and second home communities. Over 289 miles of shoreline have held the world at bay for centuries, despite its close proximity to major metropolitan areas like Washington, DC and Richmond.

Whether you’re a fitness fanatic or someone whose idea of outdoor recreation is a lounge chair on a dock overlooking the river, you’re in the right place. Lancaster County’s waterways and woodlands are a nature lover’s dream. Her back roads and byways are perfect for strolling or cycling. And with the Rappahannock on one side and the Chesapeake Bay on the other, you’re never run out of water…to swim in, sail on, fish, or simply contemplate.

Fairs, festivals and fundraisers. Bridge clubs, band concerts and bingo games. Church suppers. Farmers markets. Parades and pet shows. Sometimes there’s so much going on in Lancaster County that updating your calendar becomes a full-time job. With service clubs, special interest groups and churches all working to keep the county vibrant and active, you’re sure to find a place for your special talents. And plenty to do when you need a break from pitching in.

Say goodbye to superstores and cookie cutter malls. In Lancaster County, shopping is something you do because you want to, not because you must. Scores of independent merchants who delight in filling their shops with merchandise you won’t find anywhere else guarantee that your shopping excursion will be an adventure, not a chore. And the friendly, personal service – a Lancaster County tradition – means you’ll go home with exactly what you were looking for.

Steven Sharp

Owner

484-246-5436

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