Dinwiddie, VA Dinwiddie Country Land 0. acre for sale in Petersburg, VA

1 of 3
Endless possibilities with excellent location!

So many possibilities on this one. We have drawings for restaurant, shop, could be an excellent office, and the location is hard to beat. This parcel is right off of 85, directly across from the Airport and surrounded by other thriving businesses. Easy to see and easy to get information for you to build your business.

Dinwiddie County was established May 1, 1752. Dinwiddie is only 25 miles south of Richmond, the state capital, and 140 miles south of Washington, DC, the nation's capital.

Agriculture contributes significantly to our economy and to the quality of life enjoyed in Dinwiddie County. Beautiful Lake Chesdin is located along the northern boundary of Dinwiddie County. Dinwiddie County is a prime tourist destination in the region, serving as home to the Pamplin Historical Park and the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, which is recognized as one of America's premier historical attractions and as the most innovative Civil War history park in the country. Dinwiddie County is recognized as the home to more Civil War battles in the United States. Additionally, the Virginia Motorsports Park (VMP) calls Dinwiddie County home and is the only park of its kind on the east coast.

Sports tourism is on the rise in Dinwiddie. The county recently completed the first phase of development of the Diwiddie County Sports Complex. The Complex is rapidly establishing itself as a premier destination for sports, in fact it is the only venue of its kind in the region, complete with fields for baseball, football, soccer and a centrally located state-of-the art concessions facility. (http://www.dinwiddieva.us/index.aspx-NID=390)

To learn more about Dinwiddie County, visit http://www.dinwiddieva.us/.

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

  • Price: $85,000

Don't Be Fooled

Fraudsters advertise a real estate property usually at a considerable discount. This allows the fraudster to receive as many replies or inquiries as possible. The fraudster goest to great lengths to make this property look as legitimate as possible and might include pictures, floor plans, etc. To make sure you express an interest in the property the fraudster will ask you to wire money for a deposit, verify funds, or other legitimate sounding reasons.