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On the Block: Virginia’s Historic Natural Bridge

More than 239 years ago, King George III granted 157 acres of this Shenandoah Valley land to Thomas Jefferson for 20 shillings. Today, the landmark Virginia Natural Bridge north of Roanoke has grown in scope and prestige alongside America itself.

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More than 239 years ago, King George III granted 157 acres of this Shenandoah Valley land to Thomas Jefferson for 20 shillings. Today, the landmark Virginia Natural Bridge north of Roanoke has grown in scope and prestige alongside America itself. Bidders will have a chance to own this slice of history on December 18, 2013 in an on-site auction by Woltz & Associates. Millions have visited the wondrous 20-story limestone arch that spans 20 feet over Cedar Creek.

Other property highlights include sweeping Blue Ridge vistas, caverns, well-kept roads, and the Natural Bridge Hotel and Conference Center. Guest rooms number more than 150 if you count up the hotel and annex and several brick cottages nearby. To read more about the available 1,600 acres offered on 35 individual parcels, click here.

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