North Carolina Land for Sale

Larkin Branch

56± acres, Halifax County, Virginia



With 13 acres of rolling pastureland surrounded by large timber, this property would be ideal for a horse farm and country home site. Owner will finance with agreeable terms and will consider subdividing into two tracts. Located off the main road, access is from a 50' right-of-way with a gravel driveway (shared with one neighbor). The land has 25 acres of 20+ year old planted loblolly pines that were thinned in 2009. This stand will greatly increase in value in the next 5 to 10 years. The remainder of the acreage is mixed hardwoods and pines with plenty of deer and turkey sign. The property was perked for a 3-bedroom home (expired). The land has rolling to hilly topography as well as frontage along Larkin Branch and the Corps of Engineer's Land around Kerr Reservoir. There are good dirt roads throughout the property, several potential pond sites and tobacco barn.

The tract is located in southern Halifax County, VA, about 10 minutes from South Boston, VA . Oxford, NC and Roxboro, NC are located about 20 to 30 minutes to the south. Two nearby reservoirs, Kerr Reservoir and Mayo Reservoir provide boating, fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities.


From Oxford, NC: Take Highway 96 west to Virgilina, VA. Continue though Virgilina for about 1 mile and turn right on Cemetery Road (RT 738). Go 3.6 miles and turn left on North Fork Church Road (RT 602). Go .9 mile and turn right on Lowery Road (RT 741). The gravel driveway is .9 mile on the right. Look for a white ranch house on the right and a black mailbox with number 4077. The land starts .2 mile down the gravel driveway.

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Home site, horse farm, forestry

Owner Financing

Owner will finance with agreeable terms.


Owner will consider subdividing the tract into two parcels using the gravel road as the common boundary. Call Agent for more information.


  • Loblolly Pine, 25 acres: 20+ years old, thinned in 2009.
  • Mixed hardwoods, 18 acres: Large to pulpwood sized trees, located in the creek bottoms.



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