21.57 acres, great location, convenient to Danville and South Boston, Executive style, immaculate, 2 story – Brick home, 4 bdrm., 3.5 bath – includes 1 handicapped accessible bath, office, Game Room with wet Bar and Fireplace/gas logs, central vac system, Kitchen has Granite counter tops, stove, refrigerator, dish washer, abundant cabinets, Center Isle, LR, Den, Back Porch, front porch, nice patio with hand railing, 80’x50′ chain link – fenced back yard, Pool area has brick wall and safety gate, slide and diving board, custom pool cover with 15 year guarantee, new pool liner, new filtration system – Jacuzzi pump, all new AC’s, new finished floors, new paint and new gutters, landscaped, 3 bay Garage and shop – new roof (50 year guarantee), home has new roof with 50 year guarantee, Basketball Court, Hunting Cabin and 2 bay – block garage on back side of acreage. Hwy. 58 frontage. Virtual tour will cycle through multiple videos as each one ends.
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Sam Wattscell: (434) firstname.lastname@example.org://sheltonauction-realty.comCompany: Shelton Auction & Realty
Sam Watts is the Owner / Broker / & Auctioneer of J.W. Shelton Auction & Realty.
Sam purchased the company from the founder, Jimmy Shelton in 1991. Sam worked under Mr. Shelton for about 10 years prior, learning first hand, all aspects of the real estate trade. J.W. Shelton Auction & Realty has been in operation since 1955 & is very well known in the community. Sam donates his time & auctioneering skills to various community organizations & events, such as the Halifax County Junior Livestock Show & Sale, Ducks Unlimited, many church, school, and benefit events. If he is not offering his services as an auctioneer, he may be playing bluegrass at local community events, since he plays mandolin, guitar, fiddle, & sometimes banjo & does a great job singing the auctioneer song. Since horses & the farm are a great love, he does specialize in selling farms, whether it is 5 acres or 500 acres.