This listing is for 51.02 acres. Experience the Eastward facing breathtaking views from the upper elevation of this property nestled in the rapidly growing western Loudoun County countryside. Located just minutes away from the town of Hillsboro, this entire private mountainside development encompasses 64 beautiful acres, with the other 13.44 acres being offered separately. Exceptionally picturesque large parcels of land like this rarely come on the market in western Loudoun. There is a freshly graded road to the property.
The drive up the property leads to stunning panoramic views of the mountains as far away as Maryland. If you enjoy the outdoors, this is for you. The private and secluded acreage stocked with year-round wildlife, including deer, turkey, and bear, making this an ideal private mountain retreat with views and privacy. Ready to build your dream home in complete peace and tranquility? The exceptional and gorgeous parcel consisting of 51 acres allows for one (1) single-family home. Great location with easy access to Routes 9 & 7 and an easy drive to Dulles Airport, Washington D.C and so much more! Be sure to visit ReThink9 to learn more about the significant investments in the expansion of Rt 9 and how this part of western Loudoun County will continue to grow. According to the LCPS website, Mountain View ES, Harmony MS and Woodgrove HS are the designated schools for 2021-2022.
Other opportunities are available for this property, including building a vineyard or brewery. According to recent soil tests by Soil Foundations, this property has more than 12 acres of potential vineyard blocks, with potential for additional acreage. Given the slope of the property, the vineyards would require blocks to be constructed, giving the property a Tuscany-vineyard appearance. The property views face East, making it ideal for sunlight. The current AR1 zoning allows by-right for a vineyard or brewery to be built on a portion of the property, including on the 51-acre parcel that is subject to a Conservation Easement dated November 2006, among other potential agricultural uses. Please note that while the easement does explicitly allow for viticulture, it also prohibits clear-cutting and only allows the forest to be managed commercially in accordance with a forest stewardship plan approved in advance by the Trust. One of the primary conservation values the easement is designed to protect is its forestal value. This along with the constraints relevant to the siting of breweries mean that the creation of either of these activities may be restricted and/or require further review of more detailed proposals by the trust.
Please refer to the due diligence materials for a more detailed description of the parcels and tax identification numbers along with the available third-party reports. The aerial photography includes neighboring property that is not included in the auction. Aerial photography is intended to provide images of the views and surrounding area. Please refer to the image with the boundary lines and the Tax Parcel numbers for more specific property identification.
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