3400 Old Gun Road West, Midlothian VA

Old Gun Road West estate WITH ACREAGE - Here is a truly rare opportunity to own this beautiful 16.3 acre estate on Old Gun Road West in Midlothian, VA!  Features a solid condition 3 bedroom all-brick home with large rooms, rear sunroom, full basement & 2 car garage. The property features mature trees and landscaping plus a large tract of woodlands ready for many uses. This property is being sold to settle the family estate, so make plans now to see this extremely desirable property today!  Only $500,000 suggested starting bid!!

SELLING ON THURSDAY, JULY 18th at 4pm!  This highly desirable and hard to find 16.3+- acre property is situated along the Old Gun Road West corridor in northern Midlothian, Virginia.  Located just south of the James River in Chesterfield County, this prime real estate features a 2128 square foot all-brick home on a beautiful homesite featuring mature oak and walnut trees, mature landscaping and spacious woodlands to the rear.  

The solid and well-built brick home features oversize rooms, including 3 bedrooms with a primary suite, living room, den with beautiful pine paneling and fireplace, open eat-in kitchen, utility room with lots of cabinets, and 2 full tiled baths and an additional tiled shower/bathroom adjacent to the utility/mud room. To the rear is an 18' x 14' sunroom with a beautiful and private view of the rear woodlands.  Below is a full walkout basement with 9 foot high ceilings! (Please see the photos for a detailed floorplan) SURVEY PLATS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE PHOTOS.

According to the Chesterfield County planning department: The property at Old Gun Rd West is currently zoned Residential (R-40), which requires a minimum lot size of 40,000 square feet (.918 acres).  The property can be subdivided by right so long as the conditions from the Zoning Ordinance are met. It would need to go through the Subdivision Review Process before recording. Additional information on R-40 zoning can be found in this listing under the "documents" tab.  For further details, you may contact Nick Cooley or his associates with Chesterfield Planning, who furnished this information to us. 

Nick Cooley

Planner – Customer Assistance Team

Chesterfield County Planning Department

9800 Government Center Parkway

Chesterfield, Virginia 23832


Office: 804-748-1050 | Direct: 804-768-7771

This spacious 16 plus acre estate sits ready for many possible improvements for the next owner.  Rarely does a tract of land this size become available for sale in this area.  Make plans today to tour this fantastic property. The starting bid on the entire estate is only $500.000.

Property Tours will be held on the following 4 dates for your convenience, and also by private appointment: 

Thursday, June 20th, Friday, June 21st and also Monday, July 8th, and Tuesday, July 9th at 4pm each day.  The property will be sold onsite on location with live bidding on Thursday, July 18th at 4pm SHARP!  

For more information, or to schedule a private tour, please call Winfred Isgett at 804-338-3458 or 804-357-2000.  

Terms of sale:  $25,000 down in certified funds on day of auction, plus an additional deposit of $25,000 by the winning bidder within 24 hours after the auction, totaling $50,000. Closing to occur in 30-60 days. 10% buyers premium applies. Property is sold in as-is condition.  See full terms and conditions of sale and broker participation information by clicking the "documents" tab in this listing.

Isgett Auction Marketing

Virginia Licensed Auctioneer No. 2426


Terms and Conditions of Real Estate Auction

3400 Old Gun Road West Midlothian VA

Isgett Auction Marketing  804-338-3458

2878 Quaker Road   Quinton, VA  

Announcements   Any announcements made on the day of the auction take precedence over all previous announcements, including information printed in any electronic format, whether oral or written.

As-Is Condition   All property is sold in “as-is, where-is” condition. There are no warranties or guarantees of any kind as to the condition, functionality or lawful uses of the asset(s) being sold.  It is the responsibility of any potential bidder to do their own due diligence on all assets they intend to bid on.  Any measurements furnished by the auctioneer such as lot size, acreage and square footage are for information only and should be verified by the potential bidder prior to bidding.  Sale of property is not contingent on financing, inspections or any other contingencies of sale.  On residences built before 1978, the purchaser waives the right for a 10 calendar-day opportunity to conduct a risk assessment for the presence of lead-based paint hazards.

Financing   Sale of property is not contingent on financing.  Prospective bidders are encouraged to make their own arrangements for financing if required prior to bidding on the property.  Financing needs must be secured and in place by the prospective bidder so that closing takes place within the required 45 days after the auction.  Contact the auctioneer for information if needed on mortgage lenders familiar with the purchase of real estate at auction.

Buyer’s Premium   A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the purchase price (high bid) and will become a part of the contract price.  As an example, if the high bid is $100,000 on a property, a buyer’s premium of $10,000 will be added for a total contract price to be paid by the buyer of $110,000.

Conducting of Auction   The auction will be conducted by the auctioneer in the matter deemed best for the interest of the seller.  Bidding is open to the public without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin.  Bidders must register with the auctioneer prior to the auction.  The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid that is not in proportion to the value of the asset being sold.  The auctioneer retains the right to protect the seller’s reserve by bidding on behalf of the seller.  If any dispute arises between bidders, the auctioneer shall use his sole discretion to settle the dispute, determine the high bidder or re-offer the asset.  The auctioneer’s recording of the auction shall be deemed final in determination of the high bidder and contract price.  The auction is subject to approval by the seller or court.  Attendees of the auction agree to hold the auctioneer and seller harmless for any injury or loss sustained while inspecting the property or attending the auction.

Deposit After Auction   The successful bidder, immediately upon the conclusion of the auction, shall present to the auctioneer a non-refundable deposit of $25,000 to be applied to the purchase price. The winning bidder shall also submit an additional deposit of $25,000 within 24 hours of the auction, for a total deposit of $50,000 to be held in  the auctioneer’s escrow account and applied to the purchase price at closing. The funds shall be in the form of a cashier’s check made out to yourself and endorsed, a check accompanied by a bank letter of guarantee, or if other arrangements have been made with auctioneer.   

Closing   The successful bidder will at the conclusion of the auction sign all forms related to the contract to purchase the property. The purchaser will make an appointment with a real estate closing agent promptly so that closing will take place within 30-60 days from the date of the auction.  Time is of the essence with regard to closing.  At the time of closing the purchaser will receive a deed to the property in exchange for full payment including all closing costs.  The seller shall be responsible for the execution and cost of preparing the deed. The purchaser shall be responsible for all other closing costs, including surveys, title insurance charges, wire transfer fees, customary expenses        (over)

and recordation taxes, including the Grantor’s tax.  Real estate taxes, rents and water and sewer expenses will be pro-rated at the date of closing.                        


Real Estate Brokers and Agents   Isgett Auction Marketing will pay 10% of the auctioneer’s commission at closing to a licensed real estate broker representing the winning bidder who successfully closes on the real estate offered.  To qualify for the broker commission, the broker must do the following:  1.  Register the prospective bidder using the form supplied by the auctioneer no later than 48 hours prior to the time of the auction.  2.  Assist their client as needed in purchasing the real estate.  The registration form can be obtained from the auctioneer and must be filled out completely, signed by the broker and the prospective buyer. The commission paid to the broker is 10% of the 10% buyer’s premium, or 10% of any negotiated commission.

Special note:  No commission will be paid to a broker on any sale in which the buyer is affiliated with the broker’s firm, is involved with any business entity with the broker or is an immediate family member of the broker or agent. This compensation paid to the broker or agent may not be claimed if the prospect has previously been in communication with the auctioneer in regards to the property.

Remedies for Default in Purchase   If any of the applicable terms and conditions contained within this document are not complied with by the buyer, the auctioneer may, in addition to any and all remedies available by law, hold the defaulting purchaser liable for the full amount of the auction contract.  The auctioneer may also, at his discretion, cancel the sale and/or retain any deposits toward the purchase as liquidated damages.  The auctioneer further retains the right to re-sell the property upon 10 days notice to the defaulting purchaser.


Acceptance of Terms and Conditions   Prospective bidders by registering for the auction acknowledge that they have read and accepted these terms and agree to be bound by them as set forth in this document.  These terms and conditions as well as the completed purchase agreement may not be modified in any manner after the date of auction unless agreed to in writing by the sellers and auctioneer.