Reserve this property today with a down payment of $1,250 and $299 doc fee (non-refundable)
This 1.31 acre property is an outdoor lover’s dream. Nestled at the base of the Massanutten Mountain range, this property is minutes away from hiking and overlanding trails, Shenandoah National Park, George Washington National Forest and much more. It is part of the Mine Mountain community, which has very few restrictions. The community is quiet and secluded with gorgeous scenery. Fishing is permitted in some of the community’s 3 stocked ponds. The community has an outdoor common area with seating and a playground and maintains the gravel roads. Despite this property’s mountain getaway feel, you will still only be 30 minutes from major services.
This private mountain paradise can be yours for $13,500 cash
Owner financed for $1,250 down and $375/month for 48 months (not including $299 doc fee and $19.25/month escrow and loan servicing fee)
A fee of $299 will be collected with the downpayment to cover paperwork and recording costs. This fee is non-refundable.
A $10/month loan servicing fee will be applied to owner financed purchases.
A $9.50/month escrow will be collected on owner financed purchases to cover annual property taxes and POA dues.
Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area
Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area offers forested trails, campsites and open grassy picnic areas along the tranquil Passage Creek. Enjoy hiking the Pig Iron and Charcoal trail and learn how iron was historically mined and smelted. Spend the day fishing from a stocked trout stream, grilling out at a picnic spot, or taking a stroll across the swinging bridge to view the historic cabin. – Elizabeth Furnace’s website
The hike up to Woodstock Tower is an easy 2.0 mile out/back walk suitable for most people, and the 360° panoramic view from the top of the tower is one of the best in the Massanutten range. On a clear day you can see south towards Harrisonburg and the town of Woodstock just across the other side of the south fork of the Shenandoah River. The views west are of the north fork of the Shenandoah River, and to the east you look back through Woodstock Gap to the Shenandoah National Park. – From the Woodstock Tower Hike website