Exceptional James River frontage, a 670 acre parcel plus a Georgian mansion on 2 acres, offering commanding views of the James River Valley in central Goochland County. The property is known as Orapax, one of the largest hunting preserves on the East Coast open to the public. Orapax is a Native American name meaning "bountiful waters" and was a summer camp for Chief Powhatan. There is a historic aqueduct at Lickinghole Creek and the James River, providing direct access to the James River. Owners enjoy a conditional use permit for events at the mansion, the cottage, the clubhouse and the barn. As one of the busiest preserves in the country, the property can host 12+ simultaneous upland hunts and features a 66 acre center field and multiple fields of managed flat lands full of broom straw, ideal for bird hunting. 8-ac fishing lake and boat house, a fishing pond and a 4-ac duck pond. The mansion is an ideal venue site with first floor 10 ft ceilings, 4 bedroom suites, two with verandah access, an elevator and sweeping James River Valley views. The main level has elegant entertaining rooms, a screened verandah and lovely pond and sunset views. Additional cottage has separate driveway.
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