Northern Neck Real Estate Search

Inland Land for Sale

The Northern Neck of Virginia encompasses four counties, Westmoreland, Northumberland, Lancaster, and Richmond, and is in proximity to several others, such as Middlesex and Essex Counties. The Northern Neck is bounded by the Chesapeake Bay on the east, the Potomac River on the north, and the Rappahannock River on the south. With so much water, there are a multitude of waterfront properties in the Northern Neck, but there are just as many if not more properties inland in the Northern Neck. 

Inland land in the Northern Neck includes properties of many sizes, ranging from thousands of square feet to acreages. The overwhelming majority of Northern Neck inland land ranges from less than one acre up to ten acres in size. The second most common inland land available in the Northern Neck is eleven to fifty acres in size, and then there are a handful of Northern Neck inland properties that are more than fifty acres in size. While the size of inland properties in the Northern Neck varies, so do the intended uses and locations. For example, some Northern Neck properties are homesites in residential developments and others are completely undeveloped. There are also commercial properties, recreational properties, hunting land, farms, and ranches, too.

In Northumberland County you’ll find the most available inland Northern Neck real estate in Heathsville which typically has hundreds of listings from which to choose. Heathsville is followed by Reedville and Kilmarnock, which generally have fewer than a hundred, but still a wide variety. You can find available Northern Neck inland lots and land for sale in Lottsburg, Ophelia, Burgess, Callao, and Wicomico Church, too, but the number is far fewer. Similarly, in Lancaster County you’ll find the most available inland land in Lancaster, followed by White Stone, Kilmarnock, Weems, and Irvington, with considerably fewer listings in Lively, Mollusk, and Morattico. The inland land in Westmoreland County typically includes more than a hundred properties in Montross, with slightly fewer in Colonial Beach, and significantly fewer available in Hague, Kinsale, Mount Holly, Coles Point, Warsaw, and Heathsville. And in Richmond County, you’ll typically find the most available inland properties in Warsaw, then Farnham, and then Haynesville and the other Richmond County communities. Please let us assist you with your Northern Neck inland land search and connect with us as soon as you are able so we can provide you with more specific information about the currently listed inland properties in the Northern Neck of Virginia.

116449 MLS
A stone's throw from Piscataway Creek, and less than a mile from the Town of Tappahannock. This is the perfect opportunity for you to own a private, waterview building lot at a reasonable price! Call your builder and tell them you found your dream lot! Amenities of the town include, but are not limited to: A hospital, urgent care, multiple grocery stores, shops, and boutiques, all within 5 minutes of the property. The “Main Street Community” and fast growing and revitalization of Tappahannock. Some of the current projects include: Hoskins Creek Park (about 3 miles from property)will transform an existing town-owned empty lot into an engaging community space. Plans for the new Hoskins Creek Park include a boardwalk and look out point; kayak launch; shoreline restoration; bath house and commercial space with waterfront amenities.Launch your boat at this public access spot and fishing dock next to the Moose Lodge. Expansion project for the 2-acre park includes a boardwalk through the marsh and an elevated viewing platform. Central Park of Tappahannock. Located between Virginia Street and Earl Street in the heart of Tappahannock. Master plans for this 2-acre park include multi-use entertainment stage, movie screen setup, sitting garden area, picnic and grilling areas, a patio, playground area, pickleball courts and a splash park area. Gravel area for cornhole and parking. The Daw Theater: The Daw Foundation is in the midst of a renovation to turn this local landmark into a multi-use cultural and community center capable of hosting a variety of art-centered programs.

Berry Hill Road, Tappahannock

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