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Lot for sale, Bandera, TX 78003

$350,000,000 /month

December 8th, 2013 01:59 pm
130+ LOTS IN RIVER BEND Great lots for RV's, 1 mile West of Bandera. Some have nice trees. Some Medina River lots available. HOA park for property owners.($60.PY)Prices start at $7500. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.$35,000.00
Lot for sale, 24467, Mt. Sidney

$1,000,000,000 /month

December 8th, 2013 11:45 am
River Bend Road Beautiful level 10+ acre lots in Fort Defiance area just waiting for your dream home. Fabulous Views! MLS #62834. $100,000. Call Rhonda Richie at 540-290-3404.
Lot for sale, Bandera

$95,000,000 /month

December 8th, 2013 11:48 am
RIVER BEND ESTATES One of three lots with trees that is good for your RV. Central water, HOA river park and play ground. ALL TITLES HAVE BEEN CLEARED owned by River Bend Estates. Approx. 60ft.x 85ft.each. $9500.00 each
Lot for sale, Chester, VA 23836

$89,999

May 16th, 2014 05:14 am
Prime Building Lot in Rivers Bend Subdivision! Wooded area on the rear of lot to provide privacy. Possible views of the River and Bridge. Spectacular area to build your dream home! For more information, contact Troy Gibbs & Johana Story RE/MAX Commonwealth The Gibbs & Story Team 9464 Chamberlayne Rd, Suite 200 Mechanicsville, VA 23116 804-691-3838 cell 804-454-7500 office www.GibbsAndStoryTeam.com Licensed in the State of Virginia
Lot for sale, 71368, Sicily Island

$44,000

May 30th, 2013 04:34 am
Wooded waterfront lots for sale along Deer Creek in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana.Located near the Deer Creek Boat Launch. Lots are varying sizes and prices. They are located in a nice tract of mature hardwoods. These lots offer great views from high ground overlooking Deer Creek. The bank is gently sloping to the water. A road is being constructed for access to the lots, and utilities will be run to the lots.Owners of these lots will have free access to the Deer Creek boat launch. From Deer Creek, boaters have water access to the Boeuf River and the Ouachita River, in addition to many smaller creeks and tributaries. The Sicily Island Hills WMA and Boeuf River WMA are nearby, offering deer, turkey, duck and small game hunting.Minerals: 100% to conveyDirections: From LA Hwy. 913 west of Sicily Island, take Hwy. 915 to the west. Drive to the end, then turn right.Price: $44,000 for the premier lot consisting of about 2 acres and located on a point overlooking a bend in Deer Creek. Other lots are smaller and priced lower.Please call Keith Welch at 318.348.4651 for more details or see RecLand.net for all our listings. (Listing 6198620 Confirmed 6/4/2013)
Lot for sale, Gold Bar, WA 98251

$69,950

February 18th 09:55 pm
3 BR Septic installed...Water and Power too. Terrific level lot with mountain views and river access. Come to Big Bend...one of the nicest communities around. Well run homeowners association, paved streets, access to 2 community beaches and sports court. Easy to build on or use for a weekend retreat with your RV. Hiking, skiing, swimming, mountain biking & nature watching is just outside your door.
Lot for sale, Gold Bar, WA 98251

$49,950

February 18th 09:55 pm
Terrific level lot with mountain views and river access. Water and Power available. Come to Big Bend...one of the nicest mountain communities around. Well run homeowners association, paved streets, access to two private community beaches and sports court. Easy to build on or use for a weekend retreat with your RV. Hiking, skiing, mountain biking, swimming and nature watching is just outside your door.
Lot for sale, Bruceton Mills, WV 26525

$1,700,000

November 17th, 2012 08:27 am
HAVE IT ALL! 350 ACRES of pasture land and Timber wooded area that has access to Little Sandy River, stocked with native trout. There are aprox. 90+ fenced acres. No structures. Has a pond. Views galore, only 1.5 miles off of I-68. Own a piece of Wild Wonderful West Virginia.**Cattle on property, keep fence closed. Great Hunting. Has so much privacy. Mountain views.
Lot for sale, Elizabeth City, NC 27909

$29,900

February 12th 08:45 am
BEST BUY FOR THIS LARGE LAKEFRONT, RIVER VIEW LOT AT THE SOUGHT AFTER RIVER FRONT COMMUNITY OF THE WATERS AT SUNSET POINTE . IT IS SITED IN A PLEASANT COUNTY LOCATION. THE LOT IS LEVEL AND CLEARED, NOT IN A FLOOD ZONE AND READY TO BE BUILT UPON. THE COMMUNITY OFFERS A BOAT RAMP TO LAUNCH YOUR BOAT FOR FISHING AND FUN CLOSE BY. THIS WATER FRONT COMMUNITY IS REALLY CONVENIENT TO THE COAST GUARD BASE, SHOPPING AND RESTAURANTS AND CLOSE TO THE THRIVING VIRGINIA BEACH/NORFOLK AREA. THE SUBDIVISION FACES THE ALBEMARLE AND IS BORDERED ON THE EAST BY THE EXPANISVE SYMONDS CREEK AND ON THE SOUTH WEST BY THE 2 MILE LITTLE RIVER. ADDITIONALLY, THERE ARE FOUR INTERIOR LAKES FOR EXPANDED WATER ACCESS WHICH OFFERS A SENSE OF PEACE AND NATURE WITH THE BREEZES THROUGH THE SPANISH MOSS ON THE MAGNIFICENT OAKS. A GREAT BUY IN A MUST SEE COMMUNITY!
Lot for sale, 97759, Sisters

$898,000

November 17th, 2012 01:35 am
The ranch property for sale is located a short 5 minute drive from beautiful Sisters, Oregon. Towering forests of Ponderosa Pines, the Cascades Mountains, rivers, lakes and streams are what this area is known for. The elevation is 3200 feet - sun-drenched days and star filled nights are what you can expect. The town of Sisters has a population of approximately 1800 people and has kept a low key traditional small town feel even in this era. There are no neon signs or large buildings, and this adds to the ambiance and comfortable feeling of the town. Sisters is proud of its reputation as an arts community and is home to a vast number of incredibly talented people. It is a town right out of the Old West, with 1880’s turn of the century storefronts and authentic down-and-dirty rodeos. Sisters also ranks as “one of the highest ranking school districts in Oregon, from grade schools through high school, in all forms of academics.” The land on this Oregon property consists of a pristine 20± acre parcel located within a canopy of Ponderosa Pines. Nineteen of the acres are perimeter fenced, with two cross-fenced irrigated pastures featuring individual hydrant water supplies and loafing sheds, and two cross-fenced corralled dry lots with water hydrants. It has peek-a-boo views of the Cascades Mountain Range and the property is perfectly laid out to incorporate the acreage and the scenery to best advantage. The pond is surrounded with trees and vegetation, with bass known to cruise the shallows and the sound of frogs serenading your evenings. The world famous Metolius River is near this piece of heaven. It is a spring fed river which erupts from underground and offers fly-fisherman year round opportunities. There are rainbow trout, bull-trout and Kokanee Salmon. The river is fly-fishing only and no bait is allowed. It can challenge and reward the most accomplished angler. The Metolius River has also been involved with the reintroduction of Salmon and Steelhead over the last 3 years and returning fish are now entering the system. If your passion is fishing it is easy to satisfy in this area. The Deschutes and Crooked River systems are nearby, and there are several lakes located throughout the region. A remarkable piece of property located in a perfect setting. The work on this Oregon property is all done and it is move-in ready. It lends privacy and yet is a short drive to a great community. The ranch home and buildings are comfortable, functional, and easy to maintain. It would be difficult to find a better layout than that of Happy Trails Ranch. $898,000 20± acres of lush Ponderosa Pine forest 3684± Sq Ft custom Gregg Geser Oregon home Pond with irrigation in place 1520± sq ft RV/studio building Enclosed Dog runs with roofed rooms Separate wood storage building and greenhouse Fenced and cross-fenced with loafing sheds and automatic waterers Steel constructed Barn with metal roof, storage, wash stall and 5 bays Hot walker and round pen for riding All irrigation in place (Listing 5982705 Confirmed 6/4/2013)
1,947 ft² Single-family home for sale, Texas

$290,000

February 12th 08:44 am
1,947 ft²
Bedrooms: 4
4/3 Tri level home tucked away in River Bend Villas Subdivison on 2 corner lots. Waterview. Screened sunroom overlooking west bay.$290,000
2,141 ft² Single-family home for sale, 77469, Richmond

$206,900

February 11th 11:06 pm
2,141 ft²
Bedrooms: 4
Beautiful one story, Perry Home, on a Cul-de-sac lot located in the neighborhood of River Park West. Built in 2005, this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home features an open floor plan and an open kitchen concept. Granite countertops and updated light fixtures throughout. Crown molding in the living room, kitchen, and master bedroom. Master bathroom features dual vanities, separate bathtub and shower, and a framed mirror. Large walk-in closets throughout. Stainless steel appliances. Gas cooktop. Gas fireplace. Great curb appeal with a beautiful yard and landscaping that features custom landscape stone, a sprinkler system, and landscape lights. Single owner home that is immaculately maintained! Easy access to HWY 59 and HWY 99. Blocks from elementary school, parks, pool, and community center. Incredible home! This one will go fast! (Internet 6340315.)
Lot for sale, Hinton, WV 25951

$199,000

February 18th 09:24 am
DESCRIPTION Groundworks Nursery is a blossoming garden center business and 2.64 acres located on the waters on the Greenbrier River in Hinton, WV and located within an easy drive of higher population areas of Beckley, Princeton and Lewisburg. In business for nearly 30 years, the owners have carefully nurtured their business and today the Groundworks name is well respected throughout the region. The garden center is being offered as a package with both the business and real estate. This is an incredible opportunity for someone looking to live a life of people and plants while working on the waters of the Greenbrier River. The Garden Center offers hundreds of different plants throughout the year including herbs, fruits, vegetables, perennials, annuals, trees and shrubs. Nearby Hinton is the county seat with grocery stores, places to eat, banks and the court house. Summers County Hospital is just down the road. Within 10 minutes you can have access to New River plus the 2,000 acre Bluestone Lake. The Willowood Country Club and Golf Course is just up the road, too. Owner's Narrative: Torula and I began Groundworks in 1984 to satisfy my urge to work on people's landscapes and Torula's compulsion to grow plants. It was a natural outgrowth of our homesteading commitment to produce on our land and in community. As I learned how to design and install projects, she mastered flower production just as a huge craze for perennials hit in the late 80s. We opened up a nursery at our farm place. People liked coming a mile off the state highway to find a colorful scene and get help in designing their gardens. We got more commercial and public projects and began to employ others. In 1998 we built the garden center between the highway and the Greenbrier River allowing us to serve many more people and to concentrate on plant production at home. We began to grow a bigger range of plants and buy in larger material for a full selection. We developed a loyal customer following with a welcoming attitude, sharing our plant knowledge based on our landscape experience, an evolving display garden, and a lot of energy moving through the site. We have always believed our role was to mediate people and their places without imposing a predetermined style or taste. Providing everyday folks with the appropriate structures and plants has made Groundworks a rewarding way of life for thirty years for its owners, customers, and employees. As our energies decline, we are looking for a couple people to whom we can transmit this project of plants, people, and community. Chris Chanlett LOCATION State Route 3 Hinton, WV 25951 Latitude: 37.6498057N Longitude: 080.8106833W Elevation: 1400' Traffic Count: 5000-10000 UTILITIES/ BUILDINGS Electricity and telephone are in place. Cell phone Coverage: very good Water: Well Sewer: Septic Buildings: 3 Restrooms: 1 Garden Center Built 1998 Approximately 500 sq ft Parking Gravel Lot w/ 12 Spaces TAXES, DEED AND LEGAL INFORMATION Summers County Greenbrier District Tax Map 11 Parcels 25.2 and 25.7 Deed Book 179 Page 446 Deed Book 192 Page 361 2012 Taxes: $ 407 At this time, Summers County has no zoning. THE AREA Close to Hinton, the Garden Center is located within 45 minutes of Beckley, Princeton and Lewisburg. Just minutes to Sandstone Falls, the 2,000 acre Bluestone Lake, the 80,000 acre New River Gorge National Park, Pipestem Resort and Bluestone State Park, the surrounding area offers unlimited recreational activities including white water rafting, golfing, fishing, camping, hiking, bird watching and rock climbing. Snow skiing at the Winterplace Resort is 45 minutes. In ten minutes you can catch the Amtrak train in Hinton and ride to the Greenbrier Resort, Chicago or New York City. The Beckley Airport is just 45 minutes away. The new 10,000 acre Boy Scout high adventure camp is an hour's drive and the 14,000 acre Wildlife Management Area is just across the river at Bull Falls. The Greenbrier River is 173 miles long and is the last free-flowing river east of the Mississippi. It is an excellent river to float or canoe and is well known for its large and small mouth bass fishing. It is the gateway to water recreation and fun and is at most times lazy and easy to navigate. The Greenbrier River joins the New River in the town of Hinton, West Virginia. The New River is the second oldest river in the world, preceded only by the Nile; it is the oldest river in North America. The New River is unique because it begins in Blowing Rock, N.C. and flows north through Virginia into West Virginia. The Nile and Amazon are the only other major rivers that also flow north. Year after year, it produces more citation fish than any other warm water river in WV. Small-mouth bass, large-mouth bass, crappie, catfish, sunfish, hybrid striped bass, and muskie are all common species of fish found in the New River and Bluestone Lake. Bluestone Lake is over 2000 acres at summer pool and is the state's third largest body of water. Great hunting and fishing opportunities abound at the 17,632 acre Bluestone Wildlife Area adjacent to the park and nearby Camp Creek State Forest. Please call today for your guided tour of this fantastic opportunity. Showings by appointment only.
Lot for sale, Max Meadows, VA 24360

$29,900

February 18th 01:29 pm
3 acre building lot in the Fort Chiswell area of Wythe County. Very conveniently located, just minutes from Wytheville, Fort Chistwell and where I-77 and I-81 run together for easy commute to Christensburg, Roanoke, Charlotte, N.C., Bristol, TN or West Virginia. Pick out a secluded spot to build your custom home and only remove trees as necessary. Road loops and dead ends with similar size lots and custom built homes. Deed restricts mobile/manufactured homes as well as commercial, junk, etc. to help enhance neighborhood. Parcel would need clearing and excavation as well as culvert due to small wet weather stream. Parcel backs up to large farm. Feel free to walk the land to determine your dream building site. A path through the parcel has been cleared and is marked by pink survey tape. Plenty of wonderful amenities nearby as well as New River, New River Trail, Foster Falls State Park, Horse Trails, Blue Ridge Parkway, Big Survey State Park where hunting is allowed.
Lot for sale, Marsing, ID 83639

$162,292

February 18th 09:51 am
Marsing is a thriving community that sits in the valley along the Snake River. Affectionately known as the Gateway to the Owyhees, this community not only has amazing river views but it is also is close to recreational hot spots such as Givens Hot Springs and Swan Falls. Farming is a major type of commerce for its residents, particularly fruit orchards and vineyards. Less than 40 minutes from the Boise metro area, many city residents will take day excursions to Marsing to visit the wine country. In this town, is this income producing car wash and laundromat facility which has been in business for over 25 years. An ideal business investment with low overhead it is situated in a prime location on the corner of Main Street and Kerry Street. The business is exposed to high traffic from recreationalists, farmers, and travelers driving through and is less than 2 miles from the intersection of three major highways. The car wash has four manual bays including one RV/oversized vehicle bay. On site are three coin operated car vacuums and a change machine. The property also has a septic field which screens out debris and oil waste from the car wash before it meets up with the city sewer system. The laundromat is open to the public 24 hours a day and is convenient for the nearby apartment buildings and assisted living facility. The laundry machines consists of 3 heavy load washers, 2 front load washers, 12 standard washers and 8 commercial drying units. All of the machines are coin operated and have been well maintained. Also inside the building is a public half bath, a change machine and a detergent dispenser. The laundromat building is air conditioned and has a closed circuit security system. DIRECTIONS: Follow Highway 55 west of the Snake River. Property is located on the corner of Main and Kerry Street West of town before the Highway 95 Junction.
Lot for sale, 75932, Burkeville

$121,500

February 18th 09:40 am
Deeded 2.43 Acres, plus .82 Acres (approx.) Lease Back from the Sabine River Authority with a combined total of 450+ feet of Waterfront.This is a wonderful opportunity to own an absolutely beautiful prime large piece of Waterfront Property on Toledo Bend Lake on the southwest end just 4-miles, as the crow flies, from the dam. Located just to the north of Hwy R-255 in Indian Creek Estates, a well established restricted development on Indian Creek with many completed beautiful homes. Indian Creek is a deep water all season creek that flows into the clear deep water of the south end of the lake and offers protection from excessive winds and shoreline erosion. Community water and electricity available to the property and a large lease back area ( over 3/4 of an acre) from the Sabine River Authority assures unrestricted access to the lake and you can build your boat dock and boathouse right on the water. There are a verity of building sites all with beautiful views of the lake. The Property basically lies in an east / west direction with the lake on the east end and has a large "Point" of land that extends out into the lake on the lease back portion. The south line follows a small branch from the road down to the lake. The north line follows a "wet weather" branch starting near the NW corner and runs down to the lake. A gentle slope starts at the road and continues down to the Point at the water edge, with a big ridge running through near the center allowing easy walking anywhere on the property. Over 334 feet of road frontage on a County maintained road assures easy access and privacy into this quite, peaceful community. With the strong growing economic conditions as they are today, there could not be a better time for a solid investment in waterfront lake property. MLS# 5662323
Lot for sale, Oroville, CA 95966

$13,000

February 18th 12:35 pm
Lot - Horsetrial - Fishing and more... This is your chance to own a lightly wooded parcel of land near Feather River Hatchery in Oroville. You can build your comfy home in this peaceful, quiet setting, with a generous amount of room for construction, and grow your garden, surrounded by just the right number of trees. This corner lot with concrete foundation in place for your RV/Mobile with horse trail near lot, is just 7 minutes away from Table Mountain Blvd. and Feather River Fish Hatchery. This is an active community with homes, schools, stores, restaurants, gas, markets, and public transportation, etc. Garbage collection services on street, and in area. ZONED: MDR; SFR - Modular/Mobile ... soft set or permanent... SEWER & WATER provided by: South Feather Water & Power ELECTRICITY provided by: PG&E Lot legal description is Lakeland/Lott at Gold Avenue in Unincorporated area of Oroville, CA. Available to view. Lot shown in pics with this ad. Road for approx. 400 ft to lot are unpaved but level and smooth driving. Lot is currently surrounded by fence as shown in pics. Across from lot to west side are trees and bare land. There is a manufactured/mobile home, and trailer next to this lot that's surrounded by a fence, and they have a horse as shown in the pics. Across the street from the lot are two traditional homes diagonally situated , along with bare open land between the homes. Yes, this is a MUST SELL residential lot. PRICED TO SELL AND WILL CONSIDER SENSIBLE OFFERS. SO BRING ALL OFFERS! THIS IS YOUR opportunity to OWN THE LAND UNDER YOUR MANUFACTURED - MOBILE. TINY HOUSE. FISHING CABIN OR VACATION SPOT*
Lot for sale, Ronceverte, WV 24970

$1,650,000

February 18th 10:08 pm
DESCRIPTION Snowflake on the River is an outstanding multiple use 165 acre recreational property with roughly 1.2 miles of waterfront on the Greenbrier River. This exceptional property is about half open and half wooded with several historic structures. Snowflake on the River is located in Fort Spring just 20 minutes from downtown Lewisburg. This property has many potential uses and would be perfect for everything from a private retreat to a group complex. Property is accessed by a state-maintain 2-lane paved road and a gentle sloping bank on most parts of the river allow for superb access to the water. The lay of the land is level to rolling which makes it highly useable. Snowflake has some fencing and over the last several years has been used to pasture cattle, horses and cut hay. The property has a number of structures including several barns, an old school house and a former company building with offices downstairs and residential quarters upstairs. Long in disuse, the company building could be updated and used either as a main residence or guest quarters. THE SURROUNDING AREA Snowflake on the River is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 5 minutes' drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86-mile rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 2 hour drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hour fifteen minute drive. The world renowned Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 30 minutes' drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. THE GREENBRIER RIVER At 162 miles long, the Greenbrier is the longest untamed (unblocked) river left in the Eastern United States. It is primarily used for recreational pursuits and well known for its fishing, canoeing, kayaking and floating opportunities. Its upper reaches flow through the Monongahela National Forest, and it is paralleled for 77 miles by the Greenbrier River Trail, a rail trail which runs between the communities of Cass and North Caldwell.[9] It has always been a valuable water route, with the majority of the important cities in the watershed being established riverports. The river gives the receiving waters of the New River an estimated 30% of its water volume. Over three-fourths of the watershed is an extensive karstic (cavern system), which supports fine trout fishing, cave exploration and recreation. Many important festivals and public events are held along the river throughout the watershed. The Greenbrier is formed at Durbin in northern Pocahontas County by the confluence of the East Fork Greenbrier River and the West Fork Greenbrier River, both of which are short streams rising at elevations exceeding 3,300 feet and flowing for their entire lengths in northern Pocahontas County. From Durbin the Greenbrier flows generally south-southwest through Pocahontas, Greenbrier and Summers Counties, past several communities including Cass, Marlinton, Hillsboro, Ronceverte, Fort Spring, Alderson, and Hinton, where it flows into the New River. Along most of its course, the Greenbrier accommodated the celebrated Indian warpath known as the Seneca Trail (Great Indian Warpath). From the vicinity of present-day White Sulphur Springs the Trail followed Anthony's Creek down to the Greenbrier near the present Pocahontas-Greenbrier County line. It then ascended the River to the vicinity of Hillsboro and Droop Mountain and made its way through present Pocahontas County by way of future Marlinton, Indian Draft Run, and Edray. MINERAL RESOURCES The Sellers are conveying all mineral rights and oil and gas rights they own and they have not leased any coal or natural gas rights to any companies. LOCATION & LEGAL INFO Snowflake Road {CR 41/1} Fort Spring, WV 24936 LAT 37.7496232N LON 080.5522916W Elevation: 1,600' Greenbrier County Irish Corner District Tax Map 3, Parcel 1 Deed Book 539, Page 231 Taxes 2013: $367.44 Property is sold by the boundary and not by the acre ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Please call the office for a guided tour of this fantastic property. 304.661.6543
Lot for sale, 24739, Princeton

$475,000

February 18th 09:36 am
DESCRIPTION The Roundbottom Farm is approximately 280 acre multiple use property located in Mercer County West Virginia. The farm offers gorgeous long range views and multiple building sites. The mighty New River is just a 15 minute walk from the property. The farm is well suited for raising horses, cattle and sheep. Mature timber and abundant wildlife make for an idyllic country setting. The small town of Athens, which is home to Concord University, is just 20 minutes away. Princeton, the Mercer County seat is 30 minutes' drive. In Princeton, you will find banking, excellent healthcare facilities, pharmacies, big box stores galore, grocery shopping and great restaurants. Four-lane Route 460 at Glen Lyn Virginia is a 15 minute drive and I-77 @ Princeton is just 30 minutes. The Charleston Airport is located just 90 miles away and is served by most major airlines. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is about 1 hour drive and Winterplace Ski Resort is just 45 minutes' drive. LOCATION The Roundbottom Farm is located in Mercer County, West Virginia, about 20 minutes east of Athens, WV and 15 minutes northwest of Glen Lyn VA and 20 minutes to Princeton. Elevation of the farm ranges from 2233' on the knoll on the western boundary to 1863' at the terminus of Roundbottom Creek on the eastern boundary. Google Coordinates for the center of the property are: LATITUDE 037.4298303 N LONGITUDE 080.8893223 W AGRICULTURE AND OPEN LAND The Roundbottom Farm contains approximately 280 acres of gently rolling meadow, hay field, pasture, woodlots and garden area. Past farming history included cattle and sheep grazing in the pasture area and the production of hay in the upper hayfield. Much of the hay land would be suitable for growing corn or other grain crops. The soils and elevation would be well suited for establishing a vineyard or fruit orchard. There is only 470' in elevation change across the entire mile distance from the eastern to western boundary. The perimeter of the property runs for almost 3 miles. Breakdown of the 59 acres open land: Field #1 9 acres Field #2 7 acres Field #3 8 acres Field #4 5 acres Field #5 9 acres Filed #6 2 acres Transmission line right of way 19 acres The fencing is spotty in most areas of the farm and would need to be improved before turning in livestock. POND STREAMS NEW RIVER There is a nice pond of about 1 acre in size located on the southeastern boundary near the 9 acre field. The pond is fed by a blue line creek. The cattails and other aquatic vegetation create an exceptional habitat full of red-wing black birds, frogs, fish and dragonflies. Two blue line streams transect the property creating exceptional riparian habitat. Roundbottom Creek is a blue line stream flowing for over for 8/10ths mile west to east through the property. Another blue line stream (unnamed) runs for about mile and feeds the pond located on the southeastern side of the property. Public access to the River Road Scenic Area on the New River is just 15 minute walk about 1 mile east of the property. This is a breathtaking section of the river at one of its widest points, with rapids creating the rushing sound so identifiable with the historic New River. This section of the river is also the tailwaters of the 2000 acre Bluestone Lake. FOREST RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE The Roundbottom Farm has about 220 acres growing in a very beautiful forest. Some of the trees are very old, dating back to the 1800's. A portion of the woodland was selectively thinned many years ago and several areas have not had any harvesting activity for over 50 years. Several large hickory, white oak and red oak produce an abundant crop of nuts and acorns in the Fall which the deer and turkey enjoy. Some of the species found on the property are Black Walnut, White Oak, Tulip Poplar, Red Oak, Sugar Maple, Hickory, Sycamore and Ash. No forest pests such as Gypsy Moth or Emerald Ash Borer have been found on the property. The farm is home to a wide array of wildlife which includes a variety of song birds, owls, hawks, woodpeckers, ravens and wild turkeys. White tailed deer, raccoon, opossums, rabbits, chipmunks, coyotes and bobcats may be seen on a regular basis. MINERALS RESOURCES The Marcellus Shale may underlay the property. The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. Currently the oil and gas rights are not leased. All mineral rights the seller owns will transfer to the purchaser at closing. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to have an attorney do a title search prior to purchasing. There are no known coal reserves underlying the property. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION Taxes for 2012 were assessed in the amount of $1,543.82. 5480 Lovern Road (911 address) RR 3, Box 181 Princeton WV 24739 Deed Book 795, Page 60 in the County of Mercer further described as being in the Plymouth District, Tax Map 20 parcels 34 & 35, tax map 21 parcels 6 & 9, tax map 26 parcel 17. The property being sold lays to the north of Round Bottom-Chestnut Knob Road and to the east of Whitt Hill Road and does not include the land on the side of the road the Morton's home is located on. ZONING There is currently no county zoning in this area of Mercer County. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to contact the Mercer County Health Department for answers regarding installation of septic systems and water wells. Further information on county zoning may be answered by contacting the Mercer County commissioner's at mercercocommission@frontier.net UTILITIES There is electric and phone service on the property. Public water, sewer or cable is not available at this time. Satellite providers such as Hughes Net provide high speed internet service. Television reception may be provided by either DIRECTV or Dish Network. Cell phone coverage is adequate in most places on the property. Weekly trash pickup, daily newspaper and daily mail delivery is available at roadside. UPS and FedEx service this area also. ACCESS, BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY Access to the property is excellent and is served by a year round, state maintained paved highway. The property fronts on the Whitt Hill Road for about mile and fronts the Round Bottom/Chestnut Knob Road for mile. Public school buses run daily when school is in session. There is not a current survey for the property. The deed calls for approximately 280 acres being contained in the boundary. However, there may be more or less acreage than that stated in the deed. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre. The property is bounded by old fence in various stages of repair, field edges, creek and county roads. Some of the property lines in the woodlands do not have any demarcation. Directions From Athens, travel Vermillion Street past Concord University and this will turn into Red Sulphur Turnpike. Continue on the Red Sulphur Turnpike for 4.7 miles (passing through Pettry at 1.5 miles). Take a right (still Red Sulphur Turnpike) and travel 1 mile to a T intersection. Take a left on Island Creek Road for 4 miles and make a right on Green Springs Hilltop Road (Whitt Hill Road) and travel 1.2 miles and property starts on the left.
Lot for sale, West Virginia

$645,000

February 18th 09:30 am
DESCRIPTION The Pickaway Farm, known locally as the Frank McClung Farm, is an outstanding 215 acre property in a very special part of Monroe County WV. The farm offers spectacular long range views and is just a few minutes' walk to Second Creek where fly fishers have public access to a stretch of excellent trout fishing. Several homesites are available with easy access and panoramic views. The charming village of Union, which is the Monroe County seat, is just a 10 minute drive. Banking, healthcare facilities, drugstore, grocery shopping and great restaurants are readily available. Some of the friendliest people in West Virginia can be found in Monroe County. Monroe County has a population of about 13,000 residents and does not have a stoplight and has more cattle and sheep than people. The Greenbrier County Airport, which has WV's longest runway, is located just 30 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington, DC. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is about 30 minutes' drive and Snowshoe Ski Resort is about 2 hours' drive. Well known amongst caving enthusiasts throughout the country, Crowder Cave is located on the property and contains the largest flowstone formation in the state along with many centuries old stalactites and stalagmites. The farm is well suited for raising horses and cattle and is already fully fenced and cross fenced with excellent watering facilities. The boundary has been limed and fertilized on a regular basis and is capable of supporting a high number of cattle during the grazing season. There is also a well-kept barn in place. LOCATION The Pickaway Farm is located in Monroe County, West Virginia, about 10 minutes north of the historic village of Union (county seat). Google Coordinates are: Latitude 037.6819565 N Longitude 080.5011605 W Elevation ranges from 1885 to 2152 AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES The Pickaway Farm contains approximately 215 beautiful acres of rolling agricultural land. Cattle graze on seasonal grasses in the pastures. About 10 acres of the land is fenced for row crop production. The pastures are fenced and cross fenced and the fencing is considered very good to excellent. Water for the livestock on the lower section of the farm is provided by a drilled well located on the adjoining farm and is pumped to a shared watering trough in the line fence. There is a small spring fed pond on the northeastern portion of the farm. A seasonal stream is located on the southeastern property line. Monroe County ranks 3rd out of 55 counties in WV for the production of beef and first in the production of sheep. The Pickaway Farm is considered to be one of the county's best grazing boundaries. A large, well maintained pole barn is located by the roadside and will convey with the property. A small lot on the southwestern boundary containing about 1/4 acre and mobile home is adjacent to the pole barn. This lot is surrounded by a board fence and contains the water source for the barn. FOREST RESOURCES The Pickaway Farm, for the most part, has been cleared and is currently utilized for grazing livestock grazing and some row crop production. However, several Heritage Trees can be found scattered throughout the boundary. These ancient trees, some 200-300 years old, have withstood the test of time, weathering ice, wind, lightning strikes, fire and of course woodpeckers. One extremely large American Sycamore (Platanus Occidentalis) growing by the creek has a circumference of over 180 inches (5 feet in diameter). Some of the species found on the property are Black Walnut, White Oak, Tulip Poplar, Red Oak, Sugar Maple, Hickory, Sycamore and Mountain Ash. No forest pests such as Gypsy Moth or Emerald Ash Borer have been found on the property. Some areas of the farm that were once cleared for pasture have been abandoned for agricultural use and are evolving into a well stocked hardwood forest that will be ready for harvest in the next 20-25 years. The farm is home to a wide array of wildlife which includes a variety of song birds, owls, hawks, woodpeckers, ravens and wild turkeys. White tailed deer, raccoon, opossums, rabbits, chipmunks, coyotes and bobcats may be found on a stroll across the boundary. MINERALS RESOURCES The Marcellus Shale underlies the property at a depth of 5000+. The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. There are no known coal reserves underlying the property. All mineral rights the sellers may own will transfer to the purchaser at closing. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to have an attorney do a title search prior to purchasing. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION The property is assessed in the name of The Klemish Farm as 2 tax parcels located in Second Creek District(#4) , on Tax Map 10, parcels 10 and 12 consisting of 44.5 acres and 174.75 acres, respectively. Taxes for 2013 were assessed as Class II property in the amount of $427.29. Tax information may be found online at www.MonroeCountyWV.net . The deed is recorded in the Monroe County Courthouse, Union, WV. ZONING There is currently no county zoning in this area of Monroe County. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to contact the Monroe County Health Department for answers regarding installation of septic systems and water wells. Further information on county zoning may be answered by contacting the county commissioners at www.MonroeCountyWV.net . UTILITIES There is electric and phone service on the property. Public water, sewer or cable is not available at this time. Water may be provided by drilled well or spring. Sewer would be provided by installing a county approved septic system. Satellite providers such as HughesNet provide high speed internet service. Television reception may be provided by either DirectTV or DishNetwork. Cell phone coverage is considered to be good on the property. Weekly trash pick up, daily newspaper and daily mail delivery is available at roadside. UPS and FedX service this area also. ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES Access to the property is excellent and is served by a year round, state maintained paved highway and also a state maintained gravel road. The property fronts on these roads for 1.5 miles. Public school buses run daily when school is in session. The property is being sold by the boundary, not by the acre. The owner does not know of any encroachments or disputes regarding the property lines. The entire boundary is under fence. The property was surveyed in December 2010 by Terradon Engineering based in Lewisburg, WV. Survey shows 215.872 acres. CROWDER CAVE The Pickaway Farm is home to one of the premier caves in WV, known locally as Crowder Cave. The entrance to this fantastic cave is surrounded by a grove of trees and is 60 deep, 125 long and 75 wide, forming one of the largest cave entrances in the state. Once inside, there is a large flowstone formation 10 in diameter and it stretches an amazing 60 to the ceiling. The average growth rate of these flowstones and stalactites is around 5 inches every 1000 years! At the end of the 180 long main chamber, the cave abruptly turns due south and forms a spectacular gallery that is 45 wide and 75 high. This is where a huge brightly colored, flowstone Altaris found, which is the largest of its kind in a WV cave. Stalactites, columns and large flowstone draperies (one in the form of a huge chandelier), decorate the walls and ceiling. Ice has been collected from the cave by local residents as late as the last as July from under rocks at the north end of the cave. During the Civil War, Confederate troops removed the saltpeter deposits to manufacture gunpowder. This is a very special area of the farm and members of the WV Cave Conservancy (WVCC), www.WVCC.net , have been actively visiting the cave since the early 1970s, when they surveyed and mapped the caves' passageways and recorded its very unique mineral formations. WVCC is a wonderful organization made up of volunteers dedicated to the preservation of caves and their environs. It is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to preserve and maintain access to the cave and karsts resources of West Virginia and Virginia for future generations. WVCC also provides education to landowners, local governments, developers, and the general public on the value of cave and karst resources. Please visit www.WVCC.net for more information relating to cave conservation. Google Coordinates for the cave are: 037.6834045 N 080.4996486 W SURROUNDING ATTRACTIONS MORGAN ORCHARD Just across the road from the property is Morgan Orchard. This fantastic orchard has been operating since 1896 and offer a beautiful country setting with the opportunity to pick your own berries, peaches, apples or vegetables. There are picnic tables and friendly people to assist you in picking the produce of your choice in the orchard. www.MorganOrchardWV.com STATE FAIR OF WV The Declaration of Independence was only 78 years old when the first recorded fair was conducted in Greenbrier Valley, Virginia. In 1854, the Greenbrier Agricultural Society began organizing and conducting an annual fair where agricultural accomplishments could be displayed. This popular event attracted entries of livestock, produce and household items from farms throughout the area. The fair is alive and well today and is just 30 minutes from The Pickaway Farm. www.StateFairofWV.org STATE PARKS, HIKING AND CAMPING Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. www.WVStateParks.com THE GREENBRIER CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT The Greenbrier is excited to host the PGA TOUR's newest event from Monday, July 2nd to Sunday, July 8th as part of the FedExCup Series giving players and fans alike the opportunity to experience professional golf against the backdrop of this American treasure. www.GreenbrierClassic.com
Lot for sale, Marlinton, WV 24954

$599,000

February 18th 09:30 am
DESCRIPTION Located just 45 minutes south of Snowshoe Mountain Resort and 8 miles to Marlinton, this very accessible multiple-use property offers privacy, wildlife, views, creeks, meadows, pastures and a developing hardwood forest. LOCATION Stony Creek Mountain Farm, consisting of 248 acres and a nice cabin is situated 8 miles northwest of Marlinton, the county seat of Pocahontas County. The surrounding region is a popular vacation area that is anchored by the four seasons Snowshoe Resort which is only 27 miles away. Close proximity to the Snowshoe Resort offers a fine second home opportunity which should benefit from an appreciating land value component over time. Washington, D.C. is within 3 hours as is Roanoke, VA. Richmond, VA is a quick four hour drive. Both The Greenbrier and The Homestead resorts are only an hour's drive away. Covered by forested hills, and graced by countless small streams, Marlinton and the surrounding villages offer the best of West Virginia's natural beauty. The parcel offers those from urban areas the opportunity for a rural retreat with excellent shopping, medical facilities and a hospital available nearby in Marlinton. GOOGLE COORDINATES LATITUDE 038.2479696N LONGITUDE 080.1355168W SITE DESCRIPTION The property's excellent access and diverse upland terrain can support numerous ownership goals with excellent outdoor recreational options. The farm benefits from abundant natural resources which include a developing hardwood forest, pastures, crop land and several level mountaintop home sites with tremendous 360 degree long range views. Mineral rights do convey, including oil, gas, coal, stone and timber. The modern cabin is solar powered with a backup propane generator. Heating is provided by a propane heater and wood stove. There is phone service is on the property. Water for the cabin is supplied by a year round free flowing mountain spring with an average hourly flow of approximately 300 gallons per hour. This property has total seclusion and privacy. The farm is literally at the end of a seldom used county road. The only structure of any kind visible from any point on the property is a single old barn. The long views are of the pristine Monongahela National Forest. At night the only visible man-made light (not of your own making) is the occasional jet or satellite tracking silently across the heavens. AGRICULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES Presently, the farm produces hay and some cattle graze in the meadows. In the past the property was a cattle, sheep and horse farm. Water sources are adequate, provided by streams.. Approximately 40 acres are presently available as pasture/cropland. Limited fencing borders the property and state maintained highways and secondary routes provide excellent access to various agricultural areas. WILDLIFE Wild Turkey, Bear, Coyote, Squirrel, Rabbit, and Mink are but a few of the animals that inhabit the forest, streamside, and open areas. Other resident wildlife include raccoons, fox squirrels, opossums, red foxes, chipmunks, groundhogs, red-tailed hawks, ruffed grouse and owls. Countless neo-tropical and other migrating birds use the property for breeding and replenishment. Songbirds love to sing in the early mornings and late evenings. The giant Pileated woodpecker along with his smaller cousins, the red headed and downy woodpecker can be seen (and more often heard!) pecking for a meal. The excellent wildlife habitat is a result of a diversified mix of mature and emerging forest, old farm fields, rhododendron thickets, bogs and successional forest growth around the fields. The forest is producing tons of acorns, beechnuts, hickory nuts, autumn olive berries and wild cherries. The large and healthy whitetail deer population has benefited from the owners farming and resource management practices. Supplemental feedings help herds stay vibrant and healthy throughout the year. The area is touted for its excellent hunting opportunities in one of the wildest setting in the Mountain State. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES On Property: Hunting, fishing, nature study, bird watching, horseback riding, cross country skiing, mountain biking, ATV riding and arrowhead hunting. Local: Downhill skiing and golf are within 25 miles at the famed four seasons Snowshoe Resort, bicycling on the Greenbrier River Trail, canoeing and fishing on the Greenbrier River and it's tributaries, scientific study at the National Radio Observatory, sight-seeing at Cass Scenic Railroad, hunting, fishing, birding and hiking Seneca State Forest, fishing and canoeing at Buffalo Lake, hiking and nature study at Gaudineer Scenic Area and Spruce Knob. QUIET ZONE Stony Creek Mountain Farm is located on the outskirts of the United States National Radio Quiet Zone which is a large area of land surrounding the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) at Green Bank, West Virginia, and especially the large Green Bank Telescope radio telescope. The Radio Quiet Zone is a rectangle of land approximately 13,000 square miles in size that straddles the border area of Virginia and West Virginia. This area was chosen because it has a hilly topography that screens out most incoming radio signals, allowing the Green Bank telescopes to receive signals that are otherwise too low in power to be heard over the normal radio background in North America. Due to the restrictions, the area has attracted people who suffer from Electromagnetic hypersensitivity. CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND CARBON FOOTPRINT Carbon Sequestration is the act of processing carbon dioxide through sinks and stores and releasing them into the atmosphere as oxygen. With 248 acres of forest and grassland, Stony Creek Mountain Farm is sequestering approximately 24,000 tons of Carbon Dioxide per year. The farm's Carbon Footprint is very small. The United States national average emissions of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) per person per year are estimated to be 27 tons. This rate is calculated using average home size, average family size, average person's yearly mileage driven and waste produced. On average, one tree produces nearly 260 pounds of oxygen each year. Since there are over 30,000 trees in the forest, this means there are over 3,900 tons of Oxygen being produced each year. Interestingly, two mature trees can provide enough oxygen for a family of four so this forest will supply the needs of over 10,000 average families. TIMBER RESOURCE There is approximately 200 acres of forest on Stony Creek Mountain Farm. The forest was selectively harvested under a professional forester's supervision in 2005. The timber trails were laid out in advance of the harvest to create a permanent network that could be later used for hunting, hiking and ATV riding. With excellent hardwood quality and numerous pole-sized and sawlog-sized stems, the tract's timber resource is well-positioned for product shifts over the coming decade which will drive its long-term asset value growth. Sawlog volumes are dominated by Sugar Maple, Yellow Poplar and Red Oak and Black Cherry, four fast-growing species with historically strong veneer and lumber market demand. OIL, GAS AND OTHER MINERAL RIGHTS All mineral rights that the seller owns will be be conveyed with the surface. There are no gas wells on the property and the owner is not aware of any past coal mining. The rights have not been leased by the present owner. ACCESS/BOUNDARIES/SURVEY Access to Stony Creek Mountain Farm is provided by year round state maintained roads. There is also a well-established access road leading to the mid-slope cabin area and also to the higher mountain meadows. The vicinity around the high mountain meadows offers a prime future building site for a private family estate with 360 degree long range mountain and valley views from an elevation of 3,400+ feet. Complementing access is an established network of hiking trails that extend throughout the forest and can be further enhanced to provide for entry of ATVs and horseback riding. The property was surveyed by William Dilley, LLS in November 2005, resulting in 248.71 surveyed acres. Maps used in this report are based on survey information and tax map data. Although the maps provided in this report are believed to be reasonably accurate, buyers should not rely on these maps to precisely portray the deeded boundary lines. Stony Creek Mountain Farm and the neighboring Twila Gwin Family Farm maintain a private roadway through their properties to provide access to both farms. This easement provides for the exclusive use and benefit of both parties and has been duly recorded. UTILITIES Electricity for the cabin is solar power with a backup propane generator. Heating is provided by a propane heater and wood stove. There is phone service is on the property. Water for the cabin is supplied by a year round free flowing mountain spring with an average hourly flow of approximately 300 gallons per hour. The spring water is stored in a newly professionally installed 1,200 gallon reservoir and pumped to the cabin. There is no cell phone coverage at this time. High Speed Internet connection is possible through HuhesNet Satellite. Television reception is possible through DISH or DirecTV satellite. There is a standard drip irrigation septic system for the cabin. PROPERTY TAXES & ZONING Property taxes in 2012 were approximately $479.70. 248.71 acres was assessed in Pocahontas County, Edray District, Map 56, parcel 5. As of November 2013, no subdivision ordinance or Zoning was in effect outside of incorporated areas in Pocahontas County. The deed is recorded in DB 338, page 212.
Lot for sale, Las Animas, CO 81054

$30,000

February 18th 12:06 pm
Beautiful 35.5 acres parcel, off interstate Hwy 50, located in southeastern Colorado in Bent County, very close to Las Animas City and John Martin Reservoir State Park. Las Animas City is only few miles away for all amenities you need, like: shopping, banks, churches, fine restaurants, gas stations, hotels, etc... The lot is mostly flat covered with native grasses and sage brush with awesome views in the distance from the property. The elevation is approximately 3,800'. This area provides excellent year round recreation atmosphere with lots of wildlife and nearby recreational activities. The lot size is 766' X 2018.94' out of Section 12 Township 23 South Range 51 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian John Martin Reservoir State Park, an oasis on the plains of southeastern Colorado. Located in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, visitors come to John Martin to take advantage of modern campgrounds, great fishing, uncrowded boating waters, diverse wildlife viewing opportunities, and to see historical signs of the past. The Lake Hasty Campground, located below the dam provides plentiful shade with large trees. Camping is available year-round in Lake Hasty. The Point Campground, located on the north shore, sits on a ridge overlooking the reservoir. John Martin is a large reservoir that accommodates all forms of water recreation including water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, windsurfing, and swimming. Anglers catch walleye, saugeye, bass, wiper, crappie, perch, and catfish. The parcel is located about 100 miles southeast of the town of TRINIDAD, and about 120 miles from Colorado Springs. Nice building sites for a home or cabin, site-built homes, mobile homes and manufactured homes are all permitted. There are no restrictions, there are no association fees, and there is no time limit to build. Campers and RVs are also allowed on a temporary basis. Electricity can be obtained through solar or generator, water would be by well or storage tank, and sewer would be by septic tank. Financing Terms: Calculate your Monthly Payment at with (Unmark property taxes and insurance field): 10% Down Payment 1-3 Years - No Interest 5 Years - 3% Interest 10 Years - 5% Interest 20 Years - 7% Interest 30 Years - 9% Interest I'm Negotiable!! Bring All Offers!! I have not seen this property.
Lot for sale, Lewisburg, WV 24901

$2,700,000

February 18th 09:30 am
DESCRIPTION The 946 acre Toler Farm has a long and rich history and is well known throughout the historic Greenbrier Valley as a top cattle farm. From the 1930's to the late 1970's, the farm was owned by Amos and Samuel Combs, one of the Valley's longest settled families. The farm contains approximately 281 acres of open ground consisting of pasture, row crop and alfalfa fields. The remaining 665 acreage contains valuable high quality hardwood timberland. There are two large farm houses and one guest home, along with several sheds and outbuildings. All buildings are in very good repair, as is the fencing and watering facilities throughout the farm. The pastoral setting of the farm is further complimented by the nearby charming village of Lewisburg, just 10 minutes east. Historic architecture, a vibrant arts scene, several restaurants, boutiques and art galleries all form an eclectic mix that enriches the laid-back lifestyle of the Valley. The area is blessed with modern medical facilities, a major airport, great shopping and all the conveniences found in larger cities. Still yet, with more cattle than people in the area, it is easy to get to know your neighbors and form lasting friendships. www.GreenbrierWV.com The world famous Greenbrier Resort is just 20 minutes east and Snowshoe Resort is only a 90 minute drive north. The Greenbrier River and New River plus 5 state parks offer unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities. LOCATION The Toler Farm is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, about 10 minutes west of the historic village of Lewisburg. From the intersection of Route 219 and Route 60 in Lewisburg, travel US Route 60 west 8 miles and the property will be on both sides of the road. The property may also be reached by taking the Alta Interchange (#161) on I-64 and traveling east on Route 60 for 1 miles and the property will be on the both sides of the road. Google Coordinates are: Latitude 037.8710149 N Longitude 080.5355866 W Elevation ranges from 2083 to 2530 Address is HC 40, Box 39, Lewisburg WV, 24901 THE SURROUNDING AREA The Toler Farm comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 10 minute drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 10 miles away at Caldwell. The Greenbrier River is the last un-obstructed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86 mile long rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90 minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hour's drive. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 25 minute drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. HOUSES AND FARM STRUCTURES There are two large farm houses and one guest home on the property. These homes are all in excellent repair and well kept. The two historic farm houses are currently occupied, one by the owner and the other is rented. The guest home is occupied from time to time when friends and family come for a visit. Other structures include: 1 detached garage in good repair 1 Recreation building in excellent repair 2 large pole sheds in excellent repair 2 larger outbuildings in nice condition 1 hand cut stone building-Historic 1 Gazebo near the main house AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES The Toler Farm contains approximately 281 rolling acres of the Valley's richest agricultural land. For many years now, the farm has been leased to one of the area's outstanding farming and ranching families. Sustainable farming practices are utilized in every aspect of the farming operation and contribute heavily to the success of the farm. Close attention has been paid to fence maintenance, soil productivity (liming and fertilizing according to annual soil testing), weed control, pasture rotation to prevent overgrazing and the pastures are brush hogged on a routine basis. In the fall, after the corn has been harvested, winter rye is planted to retain the topsoil and prevent erosion. Cattle graze on seasonal grasses and several tons of hay is produced annually from the hay and alfalfa fields. A 40 acre portion of the open land is planted each year in corn and converted to silage to feed livestock during the winter months. The soils and elevation are also very well suited for the production of grapes and the farm would be an ideal place to establish a vineyard or commercial fruit orchard. The pasture areas are fenced and cross fenced and the fencing is considered to be in very good condition. Greenbrier County is noted for its production of beef cattle and the Toler Farm has long maintained a presence in the production of the highest quality Black Angus beef. There are 2 nice ponds on the property that stay full year round. The Greenbrier Valley is primarily agrarian based and is the #1 producer of cattle in the state and the second largest sheep producer. The area is also well known for the breeding of fine horses, having a rich tradition of show competion and horse pulls. The 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth groups are active in the community and area schools. Beekeeping is also a very popular pastime in the area and the Toler Farm would be well suited for the production of honey with some well-placed hives. FOREST RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE The Toler farm is blessed with 665 beautiful forested acres that have been well tended over the past 80 years of Combs-Toler ownership. Sustainable forestry practices have resulted in an extremely well manage forest that is highly productive. A morning walk in the forest offers a welcome respite from all the daily cares of the world. Listening to a wood thrush singing in the canopy is one dividend Wall Street can never promise. With excellent hardwood quality and numerous pole-sized and sawlog-sized stems, the tract's timber resource is well-positioned for product shifts over the coming decade which will drive its long-term asset value growth. Sawlog volumes are dominated by White oak, Red oak, Sugar Maple, Yellow Poplar and Black Cherry, some of the fastest-growing species with historically strong veneer and lumber market demand. Other species include Hickory, Ash, Sycamore, Buckeye and Sourwood. Several Heritage Trees can be found scattered throughout the forest and field edges. These ancient trees, some 200-300 years old, have withstood the test of time, weathering ice, wind, lightning strikes, fire and of course, woodpeckers. The forest is home to a vast array of wildlife which includes an amazing variety of song birds, owls, hawks, woodpeckers, ravens and wild turkeys. White tailed deer, raccoon, opossums, rabbits, chipmunks, coyotes, bobcats and maybe a black bear with her cubs enjoy the protection offered by the forest. The edge effect that is created between field and forest is the perfect habitat for all the resident wildlife. Oak, hickory and walnut trees drop tons and tons of nuts on the forest floor each fall. Beech trees, Stag horn sumac, black cherry and tulip trees produce seeds and berries as well. The forest trees provide an important nutrient source for the animals, thereby assuring they can gain enough fat to survive the winter. The forest floor is home to several types of mushrooms, medicinal plants, wild ginseng, ferns and cool green mosses. One could spend a lifetime getting to know this inviting environ. Parts of the forest were lightly thinned at various times over the past 80 years. There is an exceptional stand of medium aged timber that will be ready for harvest in the next 10 years. There are several thousand trees that may be harvested now but given a little time, these trees will mature into world class Veneer, export logs and high quality sawlogs. The timber thinnings have been conducted under the guidance of a professional forester, with the timber trails designed to flow with the lay of the land resulting in a network of easy to traverse trails for hiking, ATV and horseback riding. The forest is growing rapidly and the trees are healthy. No forest pests such as Gypsy Moth or Emerald Ash Borer have been found on the property. Some areas of the farm that were once cleared for pasture have been abandoned for agricultural use and are evolving into a well-stocked hardwood forest that will be ready for harvest in the next 30-40 years. Not surprising, the corn field, forest, shrubs and pasture grasses are highly productive in producing tons and tons of oxygen while at the same time eliminating huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide; Nature's way of reducing our Carbon Footprint. MINERAL RESOURCES The coal, oil& gas, sand and stone rights will convey with the property. There are no leases currently let and the property will convey with a fee simple title. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to have an attorney do a title search prior to purchasing. The Marcellus Shale underlies the property at a depth of 5000+ . The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. The horizontal drilling technology necessary to reach the mile deep shale strata has rapidly evolved and drilling in the Marcellus strata is a reality in WV. There are no known coal reserves underlying the property. GEOLOGY-CAVES AND CAVERNS The entrance to a mile long cave system can be found on the eastern boundary of the farm. This cave was recently surveyed and mapped by a local geologist/spelunker Bill Balfour. It is literally a cool place to visit and enjoy being in a completely different and exciting environment. The temperature of the cave stays a cool 50 degrees year round. The Greenbrier Valley has a most unique geological formation called Karst Topography, which is an underlying system of caves and caverns that have been slowly carved out of the limestone rock strata over millions of years. This weathering away of the limestone produces lots of interesting formations both above and below ground and one can spend hours exploring for stalactites, stalagmites and fossils. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION The property is assessed in as 945.66 acres in the Williamsburg District (#18), Tax Map 61, parcels14.R1 and 14.R2 Taxes for 2012 were assessed as Class II &III property in the amount of $1,886.07. Tax information may be found online at www.GreenbrierAssessor.com The deed is recorded in the Greenbrier County Courthouse, Lewisburg, WV in Deed Book 314, page 62. ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Further information on county zoning may be found at www.GreenbrierCounty.net. UTILITIES There is electric and phone service on the property. Public water or sewer is not available at this time. Water may be provided by drilled well or spring. Sewer service is provided by septic systems. Satellite providers such as HughesNet provide high speed internet service. Television reception may be provided by either DirectTV or DishNetwork. Cell phone coverage is adequate in most places on the property. Weekly trash pick-up, daily newspaper and daily mail delivery is available at roadside. Overnight courier service is available. Public school buses run daily when school is in session. ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property was completely surveyed in April of 1937 by J.D. Hume. The boundary was found to contain 1030 acres, from which 84.34 acres was conveyed in September 1974, Deed Book 289, page 524, to the WV Department of Highways for the construction of Interstate 64. Most of the boundary lines have been recently surveyed by the adjoining property owner. Most of the boundary has some sort of fencing in various stages of repair running along the boundary line. The property is served by US Route 60, which is a year round, state maintained, paved highway. The property fronts on the highway for 1.8 miles. The Old Kanawha Turnpike (CR 60/11) leads down into the heart of the property. This road accesses only the farm and does not receive use by the public. The Alta Interchange (#161) on Interstate 64 is one mile west of the property. Please call the office today to arrange your private tour of this fantastic Greenbrier Valley farm. Richard Grist, Broker 304.646.8837 richard@gofoxfire.com
Lot for sale, Lewisburg, WV 24901

$399,000

February 18th 09:39 pm
Description: Barkalin Farm is an outstanding 100 acre County Estate property located just minutes to the historic town of Lewisburg and the Greenbrier Resort. Rolling pastures, old growth trees and thickets of Eastern Red Cedar offer a diverse landscape and wildlife habitat. Barkalin Farm is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laidback lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. Several easy to build on home sites with spectacular long range views overlooking the Greenbrier Valley and distant mountains make Barkalin Farm a perfect place to develop a country estate. Climate and soils are conducive to raising grapes and apples so creating an orchard or vineyard would be a fun project. The pastures have been used for grazing cattle and horses but sheep, alpacas and lamas will also do well on the exceptional grasses that grow so well in the region. 100 acres is a very large place - It is nearly 2 miles around the perimeter of the property and covers 4.3 million square feet of surface area!! This old farmstead is nestled in the heart of the Greenbrier Valley and is just a 5 minute drive to shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, restaurants and a modern hospital. The airport is just 20 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 2 miles away at Fort Spring. The Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The trees in the cedar forest are very beautiful with some old growth Elms, Ash and Oaks scattered about. The song birds, deer, rabbits, wild turkey, and squirrels thrive here as the gentle laying land, farm pond and vegetative diversity creates the perfect wildlife habitat. This area has more cattle per square mile than people and the night sky is filled with stars and not light pollution. Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is 2 hours drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 20 minutes away. Several other area golf courses are available. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. LOCATION Barkalin Farm is located in Greenbrier County WV, 6 miles southwest of the Lewisburg Interchange (#169) on I-64. The property has year round access on paved state maintained roads. Elevations on the property run from 1898' to 2120' above sea level. The property's Google coordinates are: LAT 37.7459782 N LON 080.5004228 W ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property fronts paved state maintained Route 63 and provides excellent year round access to the property. The property runs along the road for about 3/10ths of a mile (1600'). The original 133 acre boundary of Barkalin Farm was surveyed in 1998 by Harvey Neel. The sellers are retaining 33 acres and their home and the remaining 100 acres is being offered for sale. A new division line will be established by survey prior to closing to determine the exact location of the 100 acres. To the Sellers knowledge, there are no rights of way that can be used by others across the property except for utility rights of way of record. ULTILITES Currently there is electric, phone and public water on the property. Buyers should check with the utility companies and water company to establish service prior to closing. No cable Internet service is currently available on the property. However, Frontier has been expanding service of its high speed internet connection in the county and there may be service available shortly. High speed internet can be provided through HughesNet and television reception though DishNet or DirectTV. There is no sewer hookup available at this time. Sewage treatment may be provided by installing a county approved septic system. Cell phone coverage is excellent in this area. AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES Barkalin Farm is predominately pasture land that is well suited for raising livestock. This is limestone country and the sweet soils and cool climate create the perfect mix for the grasses to thrive during the summer months. A portion of the property is also suited for the production of row crops and vegetables. Several nice garden spots are available but be sure to plant a little extra for the rabbits to enjoy. Pumpkins would do well here too. The Greenbrier Valley is primarily agrarian based and is the #1 producer of cattle in the state. The area is also well known for the breeding of fine horses, having a rich tradition of show competition and horse pulls. The 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth groups are active in the community and area schools. There is a farm pond already in place and several other sites would be suitable for creating additional ponds and watering troughs if so desired. Fencing is spotty and would need some improvement to keep livestock in on a year round basis. Beekeeping is also a very popular pastime in the area and Barkalin Farm would be well suited for the production of honey with some well-placed hives. FOREST RESOURCES The majority of the trees growing are Eastern Red Cedar, which have pioneered on areas no longer being maintained as pasture. Black Walnut, White Oak, Red Oak, Sugar Maple, Hickory, Tulip Poplar, Black Cherry and Mountain Ash are the predominant species comprising the other trees found scattered across the property in the hollows and hillside portions of the farm. Although there is presently no commercial timber value, the evolving forest is healthy and shows no signs of forest pest or disease. Not surprising, the forest, shrubs and grasses are highly productive in producing tons and tons of oxygen while at the same time eliminating huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide; Nature's way of reducing our Carbon Footprint. MINERAL RESOURCES The Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Field is thought to underlay the property and natural gas companies have been aggressively leasing natural gas rights in the area. To the Sellers knowledge, there have been no gas wells drilled on the property and no coal mining has ever been done. The Sellers believe the mineral rights to the property will convey with the surface and have not leased any coal or natural gas rights to any companies. Prospective buyers should always have an attorney perform a routine title search to determine the Seller's quality of title to the surface and minerals before purchasing any property. TAXES AND DEED INFORMAITON The property is taxed in Fort Spring District, Greenbrier County WV on Tax Map 138, parcel 55.2. Annual property taxes for the entire 133 acres and home in 2009 were $2100.62. This amount will change when the property is reassessed as 100 acres with no dwelling. The deed is recorded in the Greenbrier County Courthouse in Lewisburg WV in Deed Book 453, Page 617. ZONING The property is located in Fort Springs District and is subject to some county zoning restrictions. Greenbrier County recently enacted a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Listing Price: $399,000.00 Directions: From the Lewisburg Interchange (#169) on I-64, take Route 219 South to the intersection of Rt. 60. Turn right on Rt. 60 East (Washington Street) travel mile and take a left onto Church Street and travel 6/10 mile and take a right on Old Powell Road and travel 2.3 miles and take a right on Davis Stuart Road (CR37). Travel about 3 miles and take a left on Route 63 and travel 1.8 miles and the property will be on the left side of the road. Look for yellow Foxfire Mountain Properties signs along the road.
Lot for sale, Las Animas, CO 81054

$26,600

February 18th 12:06 pm
Legal Description: SE1/4 of NE1/4 of Section 25, Township 23 South, Range 51, West of the 6th Principal Meridian, 40 acres Eastern Colorado 40 Acre Ranch! Lakes, Hunting, Camping. Great Area For Recreation and Adventure. This scenic 40 acre property offers plenty of space for the outdoor activities and adventures that you enjoy most. Located in southeastern Colorado, this area offers endless opportunities including camping, hiking and mountain biking; just to name a few. For the naturalist there are many species of birds and wildlife here to appreciate and enjoy. The nearby John Martin Reservoir is a perfect spot for fishing, and hunters will find an abundance of game in the area. Horseback riding is also a favorite pastime for local residents. You will enjoy a cleaner and healthier atmosphere in this majestic country setting. This property is flat and offers plenty of room for the home, cabin, RV, or trailer of your dreams. Power here would be provided by solar panels or a generator system and waste would be handled by a septic tank. Household water would be by well or holding tank which is the norm for the area. There is legal access to this property via dirt roads from County Road BB. There are no homeowners association fees, no time limits to build and property taxes are under $100 per year. If you've dreamed of having your own Colorado Ranch, this is the perfect place to get started. Whether you are looking for an investment or just a place to have fun and retire to someday, this is the perfect property for you. Your Own Ranch In Beautiful Bent County Colorado! Just like the adventurers of the 1800's, modern-day settlers will enjoy the chance to stake their claim to the American Dream. Looking for a laid-back recreational ranch? These 40-acre parcels are big enough to give you some space to stretch out and roam. Located in the southeast, Bent County is close to Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. Las Animas is the nearby county seat and a small, friendly town which offers recreation, shopping and dining. Locals especially love the traditional cuisine at some of the town's Mexican restaurants. Colorado Springs and Pueblo are also within easy reach, and have all the amenities of a larger city and the resources and facilities of a college town. Just a few miles to the north on the Arkansas River, the John Martin Reservoir is an oasis for water sports, camping and outdoor recreation. Boating, fishing, wind surfing and wildlife draw nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts to this area. If you're in the mood for a change of scenery, the unspoiled beauty of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains are perfect for a weekend getaway. This mountain range is home to elk, big horn sheep and bald eagles, and has many areas of undiscovered wilderness. Mild winters, low humidity and sunny skies year round make this an especially appealing climate. You'll see a few inches of snow in the winter, but if you enjoy winter sports, the snow-covered slopes are not far away. Financing Terms: Calculate your Monthly Payment at with (Unmark property taxes and insurance field): 10% Down Payment 1-3 Years - No Interest 5 Years - 3% Interest 10 Years - 5% Interest 20 Years - 7% Interest 30 Years - 9% Interest I'm Negotiable!! Bring All Offers!! I have not seen this property.
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