Oct 15 2013, 3:09am CDT | by PR.com
Fredericksburg, VA, October 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- "We are honored to have been chosen to sell via the auction method of marketing this expansive offering in South Central Virginia," according to John Nicholls, president of the company. "Make plans to purchase the great investment property."
"The 151 acres are zoned A-2 and are well located with road frontage on John Randolph Road (Route 638) in Cumberland County Virginia," said Sid Smyth, Nicholls Auction Marketing Group auction coordinator.
"The properties’ highlights include 10 developable acres with the remainder in conservation easement that expires in 2040," said Smyth. "Its desirable central Virginia location makes it a convenient getaway from Northern Virginia, Richmond or Charlottesville."
The real estate auction is open to the public. Broker participation pre-registration is required.
Call Sid Smyth (540) 955-0708 or visit www.nichollsauction.com for more information.
Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., with over 45 years of auction superiority and over 200 years of combined experience, has been synonymous with excellence successfully marketing and selling thousands properties.
For more information about this auction, visit www.nichollsauction.com.
About Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc.
Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., is a professional accelerated marketing firm specializing in the promotion and sale of real estate via the auction method of marketing. Headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA, NAMG has been serving the needs of the Mid-Atlantic region since 1968. The Nicholls team comprises world and state champion auctioneers, an award winning marketing staff, and sales percentages unmatched in the industry. For more information about Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., visit www.nichollsauction.com or call 540-898-0971.
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