Monte Vista Industrial Site II

Valley Pike Middletown, VA 22645

Valley Pike, Middletown, VA, 22645
Valley Pike, Middletown, VA, 22645
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Dec 30, 2019


  • Nearly flat Topo at an amazing $60,000 per acre
  • Public Sewer and Water Available
  • Great Visibility from Rt. #11 and I-81
  • Ease of access to Major Highway systems
  • Close proximity to VA Inland Port


Very nice flat 12.5 acre Industrial parcel along I-81 and Rt. #11, Middletown, Virginia. Highly visible from both I-81 and Rt. #11! M1 zoning allows for Light industrial uses along this Industrial corridor. Great neighbors such as; Stowe Woodward, Thermal Fisher, AT&T in this Industrial Park. Quick access to both I-81 and I-66 with close proximity to the Virginia Inland Port, rail service to deep water ports for shipping worldwide. All utilities are available to the site. Frederick County site, without the Frederick County Pricing. At $60,000 per acre, this must be on your list to share with your Industrial clients. Variable Rate Commission.

Middletown is situated at the south end of Frederick County, VA. This storied town is home to the historic Wayside Inn and Theater, Cedar Creek Battlefield and Lord Fairfax Community College. Middletown retains that very small town atmosphere, yet is just one hour west of the urban concentration of Northern Virginia and Washington, DC via Interstate 66. Several significant commercial enterprises which include Fisher Diagnostics, Stowe Woodward and AT&T give a strong basis for economic stability and local employment. Middletown is bordered on the East by Interstate 81.

Lot Size: 12.5 acres

Map of Valley Pike, Middletown, VA, 22645

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