Lone Oak Farm contains approximately 1,382 acres of beautiful rolling Piedmont topography located in southern Albemarle County offering panaoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Lone Oak has 13 divisions which have been surveyed and recorded. Lone Oak has over 3.5 miles of state maintained frontage on Route 626 (James River Road), Route 627 (Porters Road) and Route 723 (Chesnut Grove Road). Improvements include main house, farm manager's house, guest cottage/office, hay barn, equipment building, cattle/horse barn, custom corrals, grain storage bin and above ground harvestor silos. Lone Oak has an excellent diversity of geography including open agricultural land ( approximately 500 acres currently in cultivation), planted loblolly pine plantations and hardwood timberland. Lone Oak has an abundance of wildlife including trophy whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, cottontail rabbit, bobwhite quail and mourning dove. Most of the streams on the property have been restored and are part of a regional stream mitigation bank to improve water quality and soil erosion. Lone Oak has a Conservation Easement recorded on the property held by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF), which will preserve the rural character and view shed of the property for perpetuity. Lone Oak has a rich history of ownership, including John Kluge and the University of Virginia. Lone Oak is well suited for a large scale grain farm, beef or dairy farm oeration, equestrian facility, vineyard and/or sporting estate.
Price: $3,800,000 (PRICE REDUCTION). Will divide.
For more information or schedule private showing, contact:
Jim Crews at 804.338.9932 or Gary Cline at 434.315.4095.