East Carters Valley 141 Acres and Historic Site - VIDEO TOURS
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Agricultural, Multi-Family, Residential (Single Family), Other
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||$5,465 Per Acre
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DRONE AND PROPERTY VIDEO TOURS! Country living with city convenience! This stunning 141.8 acre property fronts East Carters Valley Road in Scott County, Virginia, located less than 10 minutes from Stone Drive in Kingsport, Tennessee. Also known as Joe Smiddy Farm, it is entirely undeveloped, this is the first time it is offered for sale since owner purchased it in 1976, 54 years ago. Of the 141 acres, 65 acres is pasture and 76 acres are rolling hills. There is a running creek about 1,400 feet long, a pond, barn and an original log cabin that was re-located to the property. See drone and property videos for property overview.
The property also contains a marker as the site of the historic Anderson Blockhouse. The Blockhouse was a meeting place near the beginning of the Wilderness Road where early settlers would meet to travel the route to the Cumberland Gap. John Anderson built the structure some time prior to 1782 until 1876 when destroyed by fire. Previous owners, the Smith family, deeded the property of 75 square feet in 1921 to Scott County where the monument stands. See link for more history on this site.
Perfect for a country estate with multiple building sites. Once in a lifetime opportunity – a chance to have a segment of a national historic site. Great location within 1 mile of Wadlow Gap Road, 3.5 miles to Tennessee State Line and 5 miles to Kingsport, Tennessee. Also within 3.5 miles of Weber City and 5 miles to Gate City, VA. Contact agent for further details or to discuss this unique opportunity.
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