Professionally restored, Happy Valley Plantation Circa 1743 The home of Militia Captains Obadiah and Jacob Woodson,
Confederate Dr. C. S. Bigelow Morton, and Author, Oil Barron Hans Van Allen. An Outdoorsman's and Horticulturalists Paradise
3 Story lap siding colonial plantation house over full English Basement, 3 chimneys and 8 fireplaces with original mantles, 9' ceilings, four bedrooms, 2 baths, large entry and living room, 18' front columns, stone walls slate patios and side walks. Detached kitchen with ½ bath and attached greenhouse. There is an old slave quarters, a 7 bay equipment shed, a corn crib barn, and 24X34 garage & dog kennel. Gardens, wildlife and water abound we have harvested 5 whitetails per year for the last 20 years. The home is situated on a peninsula of the Appomattox River at the end of a mile long private drive shaded by 400 year old pecan trees. The property consists of open fields and mature hardwoods. Over a mile of Appomattox river frontage stocked
with Kentucky small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. There are blueberry and asparagus beds, apple, apricot, peach, nectarine, pear, grapes, black walnuts, and paw paws. There are miles of nature and riding trails, and paintball courses.
It is the perfect place for a B&B, or wedding and family reunion business. Just minutes from the Appomattox National Historical Park, close to Farmville and Lynchburg and an hour and half commute to Richmond and Charlottesville.
Distressed Sale 600,000 for the home and 52.54 waterfront acres.
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