SOLD!! 91 Acres of Undeveloped Residential Land For Sale in Gloucester County VA!

Ideal for Residential Development – Pre Approved for 50 home sites – Perfectly positioned in a growing area

Here is a perfect property to invest in for residential development. Survey has already subdivided the property into 50 approved home sites, a big step of the development process already done for you. The property is entirely wooded with mature pines and hardwoods, giving you a chance to recapture a large sum of money after your investment and before you begin prepping the area for residential development. Gloucester County has been growing like a weed and this land is situated just three miles away from Route 17 giving homeowners the country feel, while still being nearby necessities.

Gloucester is a growing and increasingly changing county that is an integral part of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area. Growth in the Peninsula areahas encouraged development in the Gloucester Point and the Courthouse regions of Gloucester. Gloucester’s Main Street and U.S. Route 17 have served as vital corridors of commercial and community growth in the county. Between 1970 and 2000, the County’s population has grown by over 60% and this additional influx of new residents have encouraged mass commercial and residential development. Due to the increased development in Gloucester County over the last forty years, Gloucester has become an important commercial center for the Middle Peninsula, upper Hampton Roads, and the Northern Neck areas.

The Virginia Institute of Marine Science is based in Gloucester Point. VIMS is the College of William & Mary’s Marine Science post-graduate school.

Despite an influx in development, Gloucester still maintains a large amount of rural and farmland (especially in the northern end of the county) which contributes to the County’s rich agricultural tradition. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloucester_County,_Virginia

For more information on this and other Undeveloped Residential Land For Sale in Gloucester County VA, contact Worth Osgood at 804-517-9239, by email at wosgood@mossyoakproperties.com, or visit mopva.com.

 

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  • Property Features

    • Property State: Virginia 
    • County: Gloucester 
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    • Price: $499,000 
  • Additional Information

    • Address: 7834 Pinetta Road, Gloucester, VA 23061 
    • Acreage: 91 
    • MOPLS ID: 45099 
  • About the Agent

    Danny has been a licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years where he has concentrated on residential and land sales. He has experience in rehabbing houses, managing rental property, and land development. Danny and Leigh Ann, his wife of 32 years, live in Suffolk where they raised their two daughters Claudia and Olivia. Danny was born and raised in a rural setting where he grew up boating, fishing, hunting, and camping. Still an avid hunter and outdoorsmen there is no better place for him to be than in the field. Whether he’s at the beach, or even in the back yard, but especially in the woods, it is a passion of his. His knowledge of Suffolk and the surrounding area will allow him to help advise you on the possibilities of your land use whether it is for a home site, family recreation, a hunting property, or investment. Danny’s dream had always been to own land so he could have a place where he and his family could go and enjoy, a place that was their own. He realized that dream. Let him show you how to realize your dream, not just for yourself but also for your family. Danny is a great fit for the Mossy Oak team because he believes being outdoors and sharing it with others is simply a dream job.
    Phone Number:
    757-613-6059
    Office Number:
    844-480-5263 (LAND)
    dgraham@mossyoakproperties.com
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