John Clayton Acreage is a rare opportunity to purchase a large tract of land with long road frontage. This 83 acre parcel is classified as a homesite, perfect for your private sanctuary, or could be great hunting grounds. The land was timbered in 2000, with trees well on their way to a second harvest. State road frontage on three sides: John Clayton Memorial Highway (Rt. 14), Peach Point Road, and Gales Neck Place. Conveniently located between Mathews and Gloucester. A driveway culvert with primitive road is on the Rt. 14 side, or park at old duplex across the road.
Road frontage on 3 sides
Mathews is the second smallest county in Virginia, with 252 square miles, and has a population of approximately 9000. In 1791, Mathews County was formed from a part of Gloucester and named for Revolutionary War General Thomas Mathews. Well-known for its waterways, Mathews boasts 214 miles of waterfront, with much of that frontage on the Chesapeake Bay, Piankatank River, North and East Rivers, and Mobjack Bay. All this water makes Mathews a haven for boaters, kayakers, fishermen, and nature lovers.