Alpha Land Realty Announces Land For Sale In Orange County VA

July 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Alpha Land Realty in Culpeper, Virginia has announced a new land parcel for sale. The company states that they have a 4.7 acre building lot that has just become available on Vermont Road in Rhodesville, Virginia. A complete description of the lot can be seen at https://alphalandrealty.sale/rei-crm/crm-00351/property-details.php?view=665.

Bradley Benner, a representative for the agency says, “This property is nestled in a private cul-de-sac and is priced at 50 percent below Orange county's assessed value.”

Benner states that the area has a number of attractions, including wineries, distilleries and a number of limousine tour companies. The area also offers skydiving adventures, kayaking on the Rapidan River, many historical attractions, museums, golfing, horseback riding and various other activities. The property’s rear backs up to Mine Run Creek and is just 16 miles outside of orange, 21 miles from Culpeper and 20 miles to the Fredericksburg area for shopping, dining and other activities.

“Anyone who is looking to build on a picturesque property that is close to many amenities will definitely want to check this property out,” says Benner. “We will accept offers with a study period contingency that is subject to the results of survey. A perc test conducted by M&M Soil Consultans shows that the parcel is suitable for a 4 bedroom conventional septic system.”

Alpha Land Realty provides property owners who want to sell land in Virginia with a hassle free way of doing so. They help property owners to sell their land quickly and help buyers to find the perfect land for building their dream homes.

Benner says that those who are looking to purchase residential lots, acreage or homes at wholesale prices can contact the agency to learn more. He says that they currently have a number of land parcels that are available and offer real estate at wholesale prices that are ready to sell. The agency provides land where consumers can build their vacation cabins or dream homes or hold properties for long term investments.

“We offer our clients exclusive access to a number of discounted home and land packages,” says Benner. “Our clients on average save between 15 to 50 percent off of the market value of these homes and properties.”

Benner says that land like the one mentioned above does not typically stay on the market long and urges those who may be interested to contact the company as soon as possible to request a showing. He says that in addition, the company offers owner financing on some of the properties that they hold and those who are interested in these types of real estate transactions can contact them directly to learn more about the properties that they currently have available that fit into their owner financing programs.

Those who are searching for good prices on homes or vacant properties to build their own homes can reach out to the company through their website to learn more about what they currently have available. Benner adds that this property on Vermont Road in Rhodesville, Virginia already has a number of interested prospects and states that those who feel that this is their dream property should contact him or another member of the team quickly to learn more.

Alpha Land Realty states that they are dedicated to helping consumers to find and purchase the properties of their dreams, with an existing home or to build their own. The company has been helping Virginia residents with their vacant residential land purchases for many years and offer a number of benefits over other agencies. Those who are interested can visit the company on their website to learn more or by contacting them directly by phone or email.

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For more information about Alpha Land Realty, contact the company here:

Alpha Land Realty
Bradley Benner
(866) 279-3335
support@alphaland.realty
Alpha Land Realty Culpeper, VA 22701

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