Set on the banks of the Staunton River in Charlotte County, the Randolph Plantation is a unique multiple-use land asset with significant history and desirable features. Both the property and small neighboring town are named after John Randolph, a man who represented Virginia in the US House of Representatives and Senate late in the 18th century. In addition to its history, Randolph Plantation is a highly productive timberland with potential for partial conversion to ag. It contains early- and late-rotation pine stands and carries 85 tons of pine products per merchantable plantation acre (>14 years).

 The significant investment in wildlife habitat and food plots over the years are evident by the considerable wildlife populations found throughout the property, including deer, turkey, quail, and waterfowl, along the Staunton River floodplain. A well-maintained internal network of roads gives the new owner access to every corner of the property for both recreational enjoyment and timber management. The property is located 0.6 miles south of the Staunton River Battlefield State Park with 1.7 miles of frontage along the Staunton River. 

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