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Hanover County Land

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Hanover County

Area
Property
Price
Notes
MLS#
36
$80,000
Anderson Mill/Lot 9
N/A
36
$100,000
Anderson Mill/Lot 6
N/A
36
$120,000
Anderson Mill/Lot 4
N/A
36
$117,000
SOLD Anderson Mill/Lot 27
2638423
36
10908 Greenwood Road
$124,500
2.9 acres
2712009
44
Hanover Courthouse Road
$130,000
Route 301 - 2 lots
2806962
36
$245,000
Lot 1 (interior lot)
2801252
36
$325,000
Lot 2 (Waterfront)
2801254
36
$325,000
Lot 3 (Waterfront)
2801255
36
$365,000
SOLD Lot 4 (Waterfront)
2701708
36
$225,000
SOLD Lot 5 (Waterfront)
2701712
36
$325,000
Lot 6 (Waterfront)
2801256
36
$295,000
Lot 7 (Waterfront)
2801253
36
$335,000
Lot 8 (Waterfront)
2823941
36
Hollowing Creek Road
$525,000
44.79 Acres
2825940
36
$125,000
11.89 acres
2831922
36
$125,000
11.31 acres
2831924

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Hanover County is located in the east-central Piedmont and Coastal Plain areas of Virginia, between the Chickahominy and Pamunkey Rivers. It is approximately 90 miles south of Washington, D.C. and 12 miles north of Richmond. It is a part of the greater Richmond metropolitan area. The County land area is 471 square miles and is bordered by the Counties of Caroline, King William, New Kent, Henrico, Goochland, Spotsylvania and Louisa. There is one incorporated town in the County, which is the Town of Ashland.
 
Hanover's contemporary life is that of a vibrant rural and suburban locality. It has two interstate highways, I-95 and I-295, which are among the busiest in the eastern United States. The County has a population of approximately 86,000. This includes those residing in the Town of Ashland, an authentic railroad town. Trains still rumble through the center of town, past Randolph-Macon College, lovely Victorian homes, and various shops. Randolph-Macon College is the oldest Methodist College in the United States.
 
Hanover is an excellent environment in which to live, for it offers a taste of rural America (it is the home of the internationally renowned Hanover Tomato) in the greater Richmond area. Hanover County also is great horse country and boasts some of the finest livestock farms in central Virginia. The County, one of the fastest growing in the state, continues to be an exciting community where history is preserved for the future.
 
To learn more about major industries in Hanover County visit the Economic Development  web site.