The Hells Bend tract is located in eastern Fluvanna County along the Scenic Rivanna River and includes 334 acres of productive timberland, creek frontage, food plots, an extensive road/trail system, and distant mountain views. The timber is professionally managed and includes several age classes and types, including significant stands of mature pine sawtimber and hardwood slopes along the creek and Rivanna River. Access is provided off of Route 659, as well as an access road bisecting the western portion off of Route 609. The property has been managed primarily for timber production and wildlife habitat and is located in the Hells Bend area, which has seen a significant land conservation effort, including several adjacent farms protected. The property is not encumbered by any easements and could be sub-divided or likely qualify for a conservation easement if desired. Property is approximately 45 minutes from the west end of Richmond / Short Pump and about 35 minutes from Pantops in Charlottesville.