Beautiful 95.49-acre parcel nestled along Short Hill Mountain. A spring-fed stream flows through the front of the lot while a large pond provides a refreshing spot for many native species. As the land begins to rise, daffodils give a sweet nod to an old homesite. Trail riders and hikers will love the wood trails. Mature Red Oak and Yellow Poplar trees dominate the much younger stand of White Oak and Chestnut Oak. Enormous stone lintels and monument rocks are scattered through the hillside. Only the occasional twig snap and delicate serenade of songbirds interrupt the silence. It’s a magical feeling walking the trails. It’s solitude, yes, but never in a lonely way because this is home to so many magnificent creatures. Foxes, deer, wild turkey, chipmunks, and more move almost invisibly in the wooded pockets and clearing. This is where flora and fauna thrive. As steward of this unique property for nearly four decades, the Seller has recently placed the land in a conservation easement to protect against future subdivision. This easement supports a primary residence as well as one (1) accessory dwelling along with non-residential and farm buildings. The property is in Land Use/Timber which allows for a reduction in taxes. Land Use is relatively easy; please contact Loudoun County for more information. The Seller will consider Seller Financing with an appropriate down payment. Please make an appointment to see this special offering before it’s gone.
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