Trice Lake

Virginia

Trice Lake, Virginia

The Trice Lake real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Virginia.

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    • Ownership
      Private
    • Acreage
      200
    • Counties: Cumberland County
    • Fish: Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, White Crappie
    • Jet skis are not allowed.
    • Motorized boats are allowed.
    • Boating restrictions (Yes). -- maximum 7 1/2 horse power only
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    About Trice Lake
    Cumberland County, Virginia

    Trice Lake is in Columbia, Virginia, under 55 miles from Richmond.

    The Richmond International Airport is under 65 miles away, and the University of Virginia Health System is under 50 miles away.

    Groceries and snacks can be found at several markets and stores within 25 miles. Locals recommend restaurants such as Sal’s Italian Restaurant, Eccoti Restaurant, Goochland Restaurant, and Wahoo BBQ.

    Happy Medium

    At 200 acres, Trice Lake offers its residents privacy and room for lake fun. It is part of the Lakeside Villages community.

    Many homes have docks, making it easy to explore the water by boat, kayak, or canoe. There are designated swimming areas, no-wake zones, and fishing spots. Anglers can expect to find largemouth bass here.

    Other amenities of the community include a clubhouse, a beach area, and picnic sites.

    Explore Nature

    Outdoorsmen and women should be sure to make the trek to Bear Creek State Park. This park offers cabins for rent, campgrounds, well-stocked lakes, and great walking trails.

    Explore Richmond

    The nearby city of Richmond is teeming with historical sites. Monument Avenue and the White House of the Confederacy provide historical information concerning the early days of the United States.

    The top Richmond attraction is Maymont, a 100-acre estate featuring a Japanese garden, petting zoo, carriages, and the Dooley Mansion is available for tour.

    Carytown, a popular city district, is home to unique shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The historic Byrd Theater, which was built in 1928, is celebrating over 90 years of service.

    The Virginia Museum of Art has free admission and features pieces whose creation dates back to 5,000 years.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Trice Lake is an excellent choice.