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Link to Virginia Outdoor Report for August,
At left, cover of Virginia Wildlife magazine, March
2012; this is a great publication;
Land = Survival
market and gold are at historic highs; land
values are down.
Physical and Mental Health:
hike, hunt, fish, or just enjoy nature; feed
A refuge if our society falls apart:
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Essex County, Virginia
Outstanding farm of 86 acres
featuring gently rolling to level farmland, two ponds, barn and an
architect designed, custom built conservative contemporary of about
6,000 square feet, mostly on one level, designed to bring the grand
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|Sunny Side Farm
|Sunny Side Farm
Spotsylvania County, Virginia
Outstanding oasis of open
space, close-in; 35 acre estate
featuring gently rolling to level grasslands, pond, barn and antebellum
house. Protected by a conservation easement to the Virginia
Outdoors Foundation. Priced at $1,200,000
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properties are enjoyable for the views,
immediate recreation at the shoreline, and great adventures provided on
the journeys taken.
Perhaps you have a small kayak, rowboat,
or canoe; or perhaps a bass boat with large outboard motor, sailboat or
yacht: the water is your highway to new worlds and experiences.
Potomac rivers are named after the Indian tribes which once thrived
along their banks. Each river has its own personality and
characteristics. Each has a fall-line demarcation between the free
flowing waters of the Piedmont and the tidal waters of the coastal
5.8 to 12+ acres on the tidal
Rappahannock River: Click
120 acres on the tidal Rappahannock River: Click
70 to 131 acres on the tidal Accokeek
Creek (Potomac): Click
9.9 acres with some frontage on tidal Potomac
5 to 21 acres on the Rappahannock River
in the City of Fredericksburg: Click
||"Rock Stop Farm"
120 acres, mostly mature hardwoods with about 1,300 feet on the
Tidal Rappahannock; $885,000; near historic city of Fredericksburg, hospitals, shopping & AMTRAK.
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Stafford County, this 131.5 acre farm has over 3,200 feet on tidal
Accokeek Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River. Located across from
Crows Nest Nature Preserve, the 2,782 acres across the creek preserves the views
and makes a beautiful setting. Two houses, barns, and a small boat house.
$1.4m. Owner will consider dividing into two parcels; will consider
dividing into 72 acres with all improvements and 60 of land.
Indian Point Two
tracts fronting on Indian Point Road in Stafford County, Marlborough Point area.
6.3 acres for $275,000 and 9.9 acres with about 103 feet on the tidal Potomac
River for $375,000.
||121 Acre Farm
Located in the Hartwood area of Stafford County, featuring gently
rolling fields overlooking a large pond. A classic farm house overlooks
the pond. Woodlands are dominated by hardwood and a pleasure to walk.
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|"CITY - River":
Approximately 4.2 acres in the City of Fredericksburg with about 684
feet of river frontage; priced at $500,000; go to the icon "Fall Hill", at the
very top of this page.
Acres in the City of Fredericksburg is available at $1,250,000;
Fronts on historic canal,
across the road from paved hiking trail linking Regional Hospital,
University, and historic downtown Fredericksburg. The hospital and
university are the largest employers in the Region.
Zoned 2 houses to the acre;
master planned at medium density, about 8 du to the acre. A
high-tension power line does cut thru the side of the property.
Chilesburg Caroline County, this beautiful tract is mostly all
open and in cultivation. An old house sold in "As-Is" condition.
Attractively priced at $290,000.
About 54 acres in cultivation, which is an excellent ratio of cropland
to total acreage.
- 5.8 acres fronting upon the Rappahannock River; $265,000
A rare medium
size tract directly on the river with about 400 + feet
of frontage. Low bank, allowing you to walk to the
water. Across from historic Port Royal. This
tract and its neighbors are subject to a conservation
easement to the Virginia Department of Historic
Resources which prevents further subdivision of the
"50 Acres" Located in north Stafford, near Stafford
Courthouse and new regional hospital; $359k
Own a unique stream valley. You could hide a 12
story building in this stream valley which is about 100
to 150 feet below the higher elevation. It is a
unique world. Near marinas and Aquia Creek.
"90 Acres" - Located in King George County, wooded,
between Fredericksburg and Dahlgren; $495k
Caledon Road and near Fairview Beach
"Marigold" - 330 acre farm with house needing
restoration; about 110 acres open; timber value, below
Tappahannock in Essex County, Virginia - SOLD $995,000
"Commercial" - Hot link to commercial and industrial property
requires all real estate agents to disclose for whom they
are working. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing
by all the parties, with informed consent, Alex Long as
the listing agent represents the Seller. There are
the possibilities of Dual Agency or Designated Agency,
as found in the disclosure forms: Click:
specializes in the sale of Farms, Estates, Land, and Commercial Properties in
the Fredericksburg, Virginia Region, including: The City of Fredericksburg, and
Counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.
Alexander Long is the listing agent for the above properties, and hence
represents the Seller.
possible for Mr. Long to represent the Purchaser with regards other properties.
has been a full time real estate agent since
1978, specializing in farms,
land and commercial - industrial property. Mr. Long earned his brokers
license in 1986.
Alex Long is a member of the Virginia
Citizens Planning Association, the American Planning Association.
Mr. Long earned his Certified
Commercial Member (CCIM) designation in
Mr. Long is a member of Realtor Land
Institute (RLI) and has earned the Accredited Land Consultant (ALC)
Mr. Long has also earned the American
Institute of Certified (land) Planners (AICP)
designation from the American Planning Association.
Association of Realtors (over 37,000 members) awarded Mr. Long the most
outstanding land transaction award for the state of Virginia in 2005 for his
accomplishments on the Idlewild project (mixed use, 400 acres in the City of
Fredericksburg) AND in 2006 for Mr. Long's accomplishments in the $12,000,000
sale of about 200 acres zoned industrial to the Civil War Preservation Trust.
Farms, land, commercial and industrial
development are specialties.
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Mr. Alex Long,
ALC, CCIM, AICP
Licensed in Virginia
Weichert Realtors 1955 Jefferson
Davis Hwy, Suite 201; Fredericksburg, VA 22401