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Vicki Marie
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I purchased 5 acres of beautiful land 1 mile from the James River.If there are any dreamers in the area that would like an acre of their own to start a homestead let me know and we'll hash out the details.
 
Amber Ward
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My husband, 2 sons and myself are in need of a permanent living situation. Our dream is to have our own homestead, and to make it as self-sustaining as possible. We are open to any opportunity at the moment, which includes temporary or short term opportunities. We would be interested in the details of a more permanent and stable opportunity, and we love Virginia =)
 
Vicki Marie
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When I originally posted this my partner abd I had bought this land for $470 per month.It is a beautiful piece of property just off of Route 60.The road is maintained by the state.It is bordered on each side with two five acre plots.They are owned by one person.He leaves a camper there.The land is 10 miles from the James River State Park.There are no utilities on the land but it is an option.The seller is a local builder.He has been selling land with no down payment for 30 years.We had planned on building here but we have since changed our mind.We do not know enough people not do we have enough income to build like Wed planned.If it is something you may be interested in I am sure you can take over my payments.The land is fully covered with old growth timber.The only requirement the owner has us no trees larger than 2 inches be cut and no permanent building could be built until you make 11 more payments or a small down payment.The owner will carry the note for the life if the loan or he will help convert it to a construction loan.
The land is beautiful,the neighbors are about a mile away.There are two very nice towns within 15 miles
Lynchburg is also only 20 miles away.The school system in Amherst is very good.The job opportunities are also good.Lynchburg and Amherst have very nice farmers markets.There is a thriving agrotourism movement including farm breweries.My fiance has just decided he wants to try to get in to the Ant program at wheaton labs.And I am a gypsy at heart so I wasn't too upset when he changed his mind.If you would like pictures or have any other questions please feel free to contact me.
I do not have to find a buyer to get out of my obligation.But I do see this as a good opportunity for someone such as yourself.We do not have children so the project is scaring him.He doesn't want to build from the ground up.But the land is very well suited for any homesteading or permaculture lifestyle.
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I agree. Here's the link: http://richsoil.com/email
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