Virginia Lakefront Liquidation — Premium Waterfront Properties Priced to Sell!
One Day Only, Saturday, May 23, 2015
Falcon Ridge Run is a beautiful lakefront property located in central Virginia. This incredible area is being offered to the public, for one day only, at just a fraction of its true value!
Virginia, ranked as the “No. 1 Safest Place to Invest in Real Estate” by Forbes Magazine, provides a mix of rich history, moderate four-season climate, diverse relaxation and recreation options and its quintessential southern charm. This amazing lake offers affordable pricing, superb recreational activities, 100 miles of pristine shoreline and a wide variety of water sports.
“Never before have we offered such an outstanding property for such great values! We hope you take advantage of this opportunity for spectacular waterfront land!” -L. Bragg & C. Payne, Developers
This is your opportunity to purchase directly from the developer at drastically reduced pricing for pennies on the dollar. Choose from properties up to 9+ acres with prices starting at only $15,000!
Conveniently located just off Highway 29, this picturesque lake is Virginia’s water enthusiast’s paradise with activities including: swimming, boating and sailing, canoeing, fishing and much more.
Property Features Include:
- Sweeping Lake Views
- Lakeside Park
- Community Lake Access with Boat Ramp
- Wide Paved Roads
- Large, Level Homesites
Falcon Ridge Run is the perfect spot to get away and relax yet close enough to major area attractions.
Come see for yourself – Contact us for more information and property pictures!
Call: 1.888.868.LAKE (5253)
Email: [email protected]
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