Tapps Ford Road
Water…Woods…Privacy. If you are looking for the perfect outdoor retreat, look no further. With over 1,700 feet of prime river frontage on the Rappahannock River, this 143 acre +/- parcel offers boundless opportunities to enjoy nature.
The large tract is almost completely wooded with stands of pines, tulip poplars and a wide variety of other trees. The majority of the woods are quite heavily canopied so walking through the land is a dream. If you look carefully, you might find a few morels perfectly camouflaged at the base of some of the more mature trees or in the loamy soil near the river bank. Of course, the forest is rife with a wide variety of ferns, mountain laurel and other native flora making every hike a wonder. As the game trails that criss-cross the property attest, there is an abundance of deer, bear, turkey and other wild game that call this property home.
The property has several plateaus, some with the potential for mountain views with some clearing, that would be perfect for building a home. The land has a very gentle roll that adds visual interest to the topography, but is quite easy to traverse. Several streams bisect the property as they meander their way down to the Rappahannock River.
The 143 acre +/- has strong development possibilities with the potential to create additional lots. Please contact the listing agent, Sharon Luke, if you are interested in development opportunities.
Despite its perfect privacy, the property is easily accessible and conveniently located. The village of Flint Hill is ten minutes away, it is 20 minutes to Marshall and 25 minutes to Warrenton. It’s only a 20 minute drive to the Shenandoah National Park boundary offering an amazing array of waterfalls, canyons, trails and hikes.