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Auctioning 1500+ Acres, "Top of Virginia" Bland…

Rocky Gap, VA
Bland
ONLINE AUCTION 1500+ ACRES, BLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA TIMBERLANDS, MOUNTAIN VIEWS, EXCEPTIONAL HUNTING BIDDING ENDS MAY 21@5PM CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AND BID!! SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT OR SELF TOUR DETAILS: VIRGINIACAROLINAAUCTIONS.COM TOP OF VIRGINIA Located in Bland County, Virginia, this expansive parcel of land spans over 1500 acres of diverse terrain, offering a unique blend of hardwood and pine timberlands. Situated atop Earst River Mountain, the property boasts breathtaking ridge-top vistas and encompasses over 6.5 miles of boundary along the West Virginia line, providing a secluded and pristine natural environment. This vast expanse of land offers exceptional hunting opportunities, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The diverse ecosystem supports abundant wildlife, including bear, whitetail deer, turkeys, small game, and the occasional elk. Whether you're an avid hunter or a nature lover seeking solitude and adventure, this property offers an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Appalachian wilderness. With its remote location and untouched wilderness, this land provides the perfect setting for creating your own private retreat, hunting lodge, or conservation area. Whether you're seeking a recreational haven or an investment in natural resources, this expansive tract of land offers limitless possibilities for exploration, recreation, and stewardship. The Top of Virginia Tract presents a unique opportunity for potential owners to explore various conservation initiatives, including conservation easements, carbon credits, and stream bed mitigation credits. With its expansive size of over 1500 acres, the property holds significant potential for leveraging these avenues to both protect the natural environment and potentially generate financial benefits. Conservation easements provide a means for landowners to permanently protect valuable natural resources and wildlife habitats while still retaining ownership of the land. By entering into a conservation easement agreement, the property owner can restrict certain types of development or land use in exchange for potential tax benefits and incentives. Additionally, the Top of Virginia Tract's diverse ecosystem and abundant vegetation make it well-suited for carbon sequestration, which could allow owners to participate in carbon credit programs. By maintaining and managing the land to enhance its carbon storage capacity, owners may be eligible to earn credits that can be sold on the carbon market as a means of offsetting carbon emissions elsewhere. Furthermore, the property's proximity to water sources and potential for stream bed mitigation credits could offer additional opportunities for environmental stewardship. By implementing measures to improve water quality, restore riparian buffers, or enhance aquatic habitats, owners may be eligible to generate credits that can be sold or traded to offset impacts on stream beds elsewhere. Overall, the Top of Virginia Tract provides a wealth of opportunities for environmentally conscious landowners to not only preserve the natural beauty and biodiversity of the land but also potentially benefit from participating in conservation programs and initiatives aimed at mitigating environmental impacts and promoting sustainable land management practices.
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