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General Information

The slope of this property will make it difficult to develop, but if you are willing to put in the time and money, this could be a beautiful escape for you in the wooded mountains of Southwestern Virginia. This land is on a dirt road just east of Old Ridge Road about 5 minutes from the small town of Cana. It is over half an acre full of trees, which slopes sharply down from the road.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number 5802
  • Size 0.57 Acres
  • Dimensions 202' x 35' x 235' x 228'
  • County Carroll
  • State Virginia
  • Home Owners Association Dogwood Mountain POA
  • HOA Dues $50.00
  • HOA Information Dogwood Mountain POA dues go mainly toward the maintenance of roads, common areas, wells and picnic areas in the area. The Association forbids mobile homes on their properties.
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  • Timberland
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 142B 1 2 191L
  • Road Access: Dirt Road
  • Slope Description: Sloped
  • Legal Description: BEGINNING at a nail in stake at the eastern edge of an unpaved road; thence N. 50°36’ E. 201.5 feet to a nail in stake; thence N. 56°39’ W. 240.4 feet to a nail in stake; thence S. 2°51’ E. 245.8 feet to a nail in stake at the edge of an unpaved road; thence along said road S. 66°08’ E. 35.9 feet to the point of beginning, and being Lot 191-L, Section 2, Dogwood Mountain Resort, Inc., as shown on a map dated November 7, 1974, and being part of the same property conveyed to the party of the first part by C. S. Brannock, et als., by deed dated June 12, 1972, and recorded in the Clerk’s Office of Carroll County in Deed Book 208, Page 362, to which reference is made for chain of title. SUBJECT to covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements and rights-of-way of record in the Clerk’s Office of Carroll County, Virginia.
  • Dimensions: 202' x 35' x 235' x 228'
  • Zoning: Agricultural
  • Zoning Code: A (Agricultural)
  • Zoning Definition: A (Agricultural): Primarily used for agricultural activities with minimal non-agricultural development. Single-family dwelling or mobile/manufactured home is allowed.
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