$4,475,000

Details for 00 Wilcox Neck Rd, Charles City County, VA 23030

Church Point Farm represents an exclusive opportunity for a purchaser to own an entire “Neck” of land along the lower Chickahominy River, with 944 acres of cropland, woodland, tidal marsh, cypress swamps, and wildlife habitat. The property includes nearly eight miles of tidal shoreline and an attractive brick dwelling built in 1940 with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, dining room, living room, a slate roof, local cypress paneling throughout the house, numerous fireplaces, and several porches and a patio overlooking the Chickahominy River. A matched garage, decoy shed, and deep water pier are adjacent to the house. The property is utilized and managed primarily for wildlife, with significant populations of wild turkey, deer, dove, and migratory waterfowl that utilize the natural marshes, cypress swamps, and managed wetland habitat. The cropland is leased to a local farmer and the timber is managed by a professional forester. The farm is within 50 minutes of downtown Richmond, 25 minutes from Williamsburg, and about 2.5 hours from Washington, D C. Church Point Farm has not been available in over eighty years and provides a once in a lifetime opportunity.

  • Bathrooms
    3
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Lot Size
    944.30 Acres
  • Mls Id
    1912243
  • Price
    $4,475,000
  • Property Tax
    $23,394
  • Square Feet
    1,846
  • Year
    1940
  • Elementary School
    Charles City
  • Middle School
    Charles City
  • High School
    Charles City

Amenities

  • Built In Cabinet/Bookcases
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Walk-In Closet

Appliances

  • Countertop Range
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Exhaust Fan
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite Dish
  • Stove
  • Washer

00 Wilcox Neck Rd, Charles City County, VA 23030

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