"Hamilton Gap Farm", 200+ acres of Virginia hardwood forestland on the south slopes of the ancient Clinch Mountain Range near the sleepy village of Mendota. This is an abandoned 1800's mountain homestead...all that remains is an old chimney and a log tobacco barn. The property has entry frontage along a paved county road, 20+/- acres of flatwoods with grassed openings and creeks, then extends up the mountain 5, 753 ft. to the Russell Co., Va line. Then out along the very top of the Clinch Mtn. 2, 530' to an elevation of 3, 100' above sea level. Distant views of Tn, NC, Ky, and WVa. A network of good 4WD roads lead to the top. Also contains the "Hamilton Gap"...a low crossing point through the mmountain used for eons.A superb large & small game hunting boundary- surveyed, gated, posted, patrolled, and managed as such. Whitetails, bear, turkey, grouse, gray & fox squirrels. Even an occasional elk and wild hog have been spotted! Great cabin, lodge, and/or home sites. 95% in old, very marketable hardwood timber. An old camper stays, and there's a "johnny house". A twenty minute +/- drive from Abingdon, Va, Bristol, Va/Tn, and Kingsport, Tn. Quarter mile from the North Fork of the Holston River. Zoned "Conservation/Recreation" and all land in "Land Use"(Green Belt) tax classification currently- $190/year total! 2 surveyed & approved building tracts of 2+ and 12+ acres, septic approved in the recent past, are along the road frontage. OWNER/BROKER.