Carson, VA Prince George Country Land 5. acre for sale in Petersburg, VA

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Very private 3 bedroom home with over 5 acres in a quiet location but still close to everything!



Terrific and unique split bedroom rancher! This gorgeous home is nestled nicely into the hill on a a little over 5 ares. The lot is mostly wooded and offers neighborhood living while still maintaining privacy. This home has a private entry foyer and two nice spare bedrooms separated by a large full bath. The vaulted ceilings in the great room and kitchen are full depth and huge. The kitchen offers custom built solid wood cabinets with a mobile island and dining area. This home features a unique step down to the very private master bedroom, which offers tremendous space and can easily be set up with sitting area or office. The master bedroom has a tremendous walk in closet and master bath with large garden tub and separate shower.



Outside you will find a huge deck and a nice tool shed with top crawlspace and a built in work bench making a very nice workshop.



Home is set in a quiet location and very close to 95, Steven Kent Exit for Shopping and Southside Regional Hospital. Far enough out to get away, but close enough in to be convenient.



Prince George County is in Tri-Cities area of the Greater Richmond Region. When settled during the colonial era, this area was known as Southside, believed to attract entrepreneurial men who were not from families as established as those who first settled along the James River.



For more information on this and other Residential Land with Home For Sale in Prince George County VA, call Rick Tetterton at 804-536-7126, email rtetterton@mossyoakproperties.com or visit www.mopva.com.

  • Price: $210,000

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