Nestled in Virginia's picturesque County of Greene, approximately 20 miles from Charlottesville and the renowned University of Virginia, the secluded community of Octonia Highlands is perfectly sited in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Rich in history, Octonia Highlands is part of the historic Octonia Grant - 24,000 acres originally granted to Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood in 1722 from King George of the British Crown, and the Octonia Stone - a large boulder, still present, noted as a Virginia Historic Landmark and is included in the National Register of Historic Places, which marks the northwest corner of the Octonia Grant.
Octonia Highlands is a unique conservation community being developed by the South River Land Preservation Group who are dedicated to preserving the areas natural beauty and distinct character. Offering green homes with high efficiency green home designs, Octonia Highlands is comprised of 22 estate parcels, ranging in size from 2+/- acres to 3.25+/- acres. From overlooking protected farmlands to enjoying easy access to a woodland retreat, each homesite offers something extraordinary and takes advantage of the areas numerous remarkable attributes.
Some of the regions most notable plant life including cedar, pine and stunning dogwoods dot Octonia Highlands spectacular landscape. An abundance of wildlife including eagles, herons, hawks, songbirds, rabbits, deer and fox, saturate the surrounding countryside at Octonia Highlands.
With close proximity to the beautiful Shenandoah National Park, The Appalachian Trail, the Skyline Drive, the Blue Ridge Parkway, a semi-private golf, swim and tennis club and the South River - a trout-filled stream, Octonia Highlands provides the perfect community for outdoor enthusiast as well as those seeking a peaceful lifestyle with picturesque surroundings.
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