Extraordinary 942 acre property with Sam Snead designed golf course and recently renovated historic Manor House (built in 1773), in Amherst County, Virginia. Situated near the Blue Ridge Mountains between Charlottesville and Lynchburg, Poplar Grove boasts a PUD Zoning which allows for a wide variety of uses (including resort/spa, winery, residential, golf community, commercial or a combination) with 700+ acres available for development. All infrastructure (electric, gas, septic, roads, street lighting and golf maintenance facilities/equipment) is in place. The stunning golf course is operational, played daily, and is in tip-top condition - recently improved with landscaping, terracing and course features. A new fleet of golf carts was added, as well as significant renovations to the Club House/Manor House. Schematic plans/renderings for an expanded clubhouse and restaurant are available. The golf course, completed in 2004, was the final design by the legendary Sam Snead, a top player for nearly four decades. The course and entire property is graceful with rolling hills, numerous water features, lakes and exquisite mountain views. A rare opportunity to own a piece of Virginia history - a stunning property with tremendous development potential.
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