Amelia Springs is situated on the east line of Amelia Springs Road in the Leigh Magisterial District of Amelia County, Virginia. Amelia Springs encompasses approximately 1,613.16 surveyed acres and is made up of 5 contiguous tax parcels. Amelia Springs has historically been managed for sivicultural production; however a large portion of the property has been converted to agricultural land with approximately 300 acres currently under cultivation. Amelia Springs has a conservation easement recorded on the property held by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF), which will protect the rural character of the property and view sheds for perpetuity. Amelia Springs also has a historical Civil War Battlefield on the property. There is a regional stream mitigation bank on a portion of the property to improve water quality and soil erosion for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Amelia Springs is located in the central Piedmont Region and has an abundance of wildlife on the property. Amelia Springs is one of few large contiguous tracts of land remaining in Central Virginia and is well known as one of the best quality hunting/recreational tracts in the region.
For more information on this transaction or other available properties, contact:
Jim Crews at 804.338.9932 or Gary Cline at 434.315.4095.