The median home value in Dunnsville, VA is $212,412.
the county median home value of $155,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Dunnsville, VA is $212,412.
Approximately 54% of Dunnsville homes are owned,
compared to 17% rented, while
29% are vacant.
Dunnsville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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250 acres of timber between two parcels (112acres and 138 acres). The parcels have a swamp/creek that run along the northern boundaries. Sloping topography and multiple ravines are contained within the boundaries along with with trails/roads for easier access. The parcels are unencumbered with any conservation easements. Do not enter the property without permission from the listing agent.
This beautiful farm located less than 20 minutes south of Tappahannock holds great potential for anyone that is an outdoor enthusiast or in search of a great location to build their next dream home to live the ultimate rural lifestyle. The property is made up of approx. 50 acres of income producing tillable ground, approx. 65 acres of early successional growth from a clear cut that had taken place back in 2020, and approx. 35 acres of standing hardwoods/wetland area. Having this combination and diversity of cropland, cover and hardwoods, makes this farm an excellent recreational/hunting tract. Hunting opportunities for deer and turkey are very good making this a great place to establish your very own hunting camp or dream home location. There is an established trail system running throughout the property with room for expansion. With there being over .75 miles of road frontage and being zoned A-2, this opens the door for potentially subdividing to create your very own family compound or investment opportunity. With there being an old farmhouse on the property, power is already on-site making electricity easily accessible to run to a new homesite or any other improvements. There is a well and septic on the property as well, but would need to be inspected before tapping into. Located towards the back of the property is Dragon Swamp which is not only the southern boundary for this tract, but also the divide between Essex Co and King & Queen Co. Dragon Swamp does flood and pool in multiple sections on the property which could be attractive to certain species of waterfowl. For more information or to schedule a private showing, reach out to the listing agent today! DISCLOSURE: An updated survey will need to be conducted and the acreage is based off of the deed. Campers and hunting hound kennels located on the property belong to Bestland Hunt Club and are not to be included in the sale of the property. It will be up to the new owner to decide if they would like for Bestland Hunt Club to continue leasing the property, but if not, they will be given written notice from the lessor terminating the lease agreement and asked to remove all of their personal property from the premises prior to settlement taking place. This parcel is currently being leased for farming and potential buyers are to not interfere or destroy leaseeâs soybean crop as that is his personal property until harvested and removed off of the property.