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Private setting offered with this mostly wooded lot situated right past Ridgecrest Estates. No HOA or restrictions at this location. Enjoy nature, trees, privacy yet close to commuter routes for easy access to amenities. Build your dream home or invest in a great opportunity. Seller will provided perculation test, septic an...

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No HOA, unrestricted. Lot has been surveyed. Completely wooded with hardwood trees. 5 miles west of Martinsburg. Corners of property to be verified by buyer. Additional adjacent lot 92 also for sale. Please see additional listings....

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No HOA, unrestricted. Completely wooded with hardwood trees. 5 miles west of Martinsburg. Corners of property to be verified by buyer. Additional lot 91 adjacent lot for sale. Please see additional listings....

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No HOA, unrestricted. Lot 91 has been surveyed. Completely wooded with hardwood trees. 5 miles west of Martinsburg. Corners of property to be verified by buyer. Lots can also be purchased separately. Please see additional listings....

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Are you looking for a 5+ acres to build your dream home? What about a private setting w/ woods & natural topography? Gated community w/ private water access & community amenities? You get it all in Shepherds Cove. We are a small resort like community with only a few executive home sites available. Located on the Potomac Riv...

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Welcome home!! One level living on 5.5 acres. Home has laminate floors and tile in the bathroom. Hot tub conveys! Workshop with electric. Additional building currently used for storage, could be whatever you'd like to make it. AC and heat through window unit. Woodstove also provides heat. Partially fenced. Pond is stocked w...

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Three separate parcels which all abut and neighbor each other with a total of 22.61 acres. PARCEL 1 Lot 53 Sleepy Creek Forest containing 3.36 Ac, Has a well maintained 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house. Laminate flooring, wood stove, fully kitchen and large screened in porch. PARCEL 2 Lot 52 Sleepy Creek Forest containing 7....

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Level City Lot in downtown Weirton on Rt 2 for maximum business exposure - zoned Commercial. Close to Rt 22 for easy access to Pittsburgh & Ohio...

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Nice .34 Acre corner building lot. All utilities available near property. Public Water & Sewer available. 6 minutes from downtown Weirton for easy access to Rt 22 & the Pittsburgh Airport....

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This hunting tract is located approximately 12 minutes from the town of Leon and RT. 62 and offers great hunting for deer, turkeys, black bear, and small game. If you are interested in this conveniently located property give the listing agent a call for more information. ...

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This property lies approximately 2 miles east of the Kanawha River and Rt. 62 at Arbuckle. A variety of hardwood and softwood trees create a great habitat for wildlife. This tract offers potential hunting for deer, turkeys, black bear, and small game. A trail system is on the property to allow access by ATV or UTV to multip...

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This desirable property is located approximately 20 minutes from Pt. Pleasant and 40 minutes from Ripley. This tract has great access and includes property on both sides of County Rd 21/1. A great trail system accompanies this land and allows a versatile way to access many parts of this large tract. Also offering a variety ...

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This private hunting tract is located approximately 15 minutes from the town of Leon and RT. 62. With variety of timber it has the potential to be a great management and recreational area. Accompanied by hunting for deer, turkeys, black bear, and small game, this is a prime location for a farm or hunting property. Utilities...

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Are you looking to live within a few miles of downtown Morgantown, but without the urban feel of shoulder-to-shoulder living? This three bedroom, two bathroom home is surrounded by hardwoods with a view of the Monongahela River through the trees. Only 3 miles to downtown Morgantown and a 7-minute commute, it’s a perfe...

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Vacant land with access to public water with approximately 175 feet of road frontage along Matoaka Road - Rt. 10 West. No public sewage available. Getting a survey strongly advised to a purchaser. Front section with work would be usable - remainder is steep in topography. Would be a convenient place to make a home site - no...

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Lot 104 sits serenely at the end of The Bluffs on the Potomac, facing mountainous areas adjoining a 125-acre property that has been in the same family for generations. The lot boasts mountain trails, one of which eventually opens to a large plateau or landing overlooking a lovely valley and mountain scene. About a third of...

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MILLION DOLLAR VIEWS!!! It is truly a rare opportunity to own 24+ acres with nearly 1/2 mile frontage on Opequon Creek where eagles are routinely sighted. Over half of the property borders the exclusive Greystone on the Opequon and farmland. The entrance is on a private road (no through traffic) but still convenient to a...

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This income-producing, one-of-a-kind property offers rural living and farming opportunities only 33 minutes from Morgantown. It could also be utilized as a recreational get-together location out in the country, or as a bed and breakfast. A four bed, four bath updated farmhouse is full of both history and many new amenities....

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Directly adjacent to Tygart Lake State Park and across from Tygart Lake, this is a one-of-a-kind turnkey investment opportunity. Public water and electric have been installed for the next phase of lot sales but are available for the entire tract. Successful perc tests have been completed across the tract for private sewer. ...

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This great hunting tract is located within minutes of Route 19 at Birch River and approximately one hour from both Beckley and Charleston. This property has been managed by Columbia Forest Products under the Sustainable Forestry Program and was last cut in 2004. A great trail system is in place which allows for easy access ...

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The Beauty of West Virginia's Land

John Denver referred to it as "Almost Heaven." No doubt, many West Virginians agree. He sang about the state's, "Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River." While it is rather a small state, 41st in size and measuring 24,230 square miles, it is a beautiful one rich with forests next to beautiful hunting land for sale in WV.

Topography and Geography

West Virginia is mountainous and hilly attracting mining and logging opportunities in its past and some still today. The state is a large salt producer and of course, is well known for its history with the coal industry, which remains the largest mining product here. Logging continues to be active in the state, though now with stricter regulations and licensing.

Its Blue Ridge Mountains are a part of the Appalachian Range. The Shenandoah River is a tributary of the Potomac and runs from the Shenandoah and Page valleys into the Potomac near Harpers Ferry. LandBroker Co-op has a variety of land for sale in West Virginia in this area.

Natural and Manmade Landmarks and Tourism

When here you don't have to look far to find West Virginia's beauty. Blackwater Falls serve as the centerpiece of a State Park of the same name. This waterfall cascades 62-feet from the Canaan Valley before the river winding its way through Blackwater Canyon.

The New River Gorge National River, maintained by the National Park Service, is in the southern part of the state. Drivers traveling along U.S. Route 19 will cross over the 3,030' long steel-arch bridge, 876' above the river. It was once the world's longest single-span-arched bridge, and remains near the top of the list, now as the fourth longest. It is also currently the third highest bridge in the country and is registered with the National Register of Historic Places.

Land for Sale in West Virginia

While obviously some of these National and State treasures are owned and managed by the U.S. and the State of West Virginia, there is quite a bit of neighboring forests and timberland in private hands including river land with great fishing, as well as mountain retreats, land with acreage, and hunting lands for sale to enjoy in West Virginia to enjoy.

The mountains also attract a lot of winter sports and property available includes hills for sledding and ponds for ice skating, while being close to winter ski resorts. You may find a resort for sale too, or you can develop your own, if you're so inclined. Some land for sale in West Virginia may be perfect to develop and open a B&B or cabin retreat. Or perhaps, you'll find one these for sale that's already operating.

West Virginia's agricultural commodities largely come from the livestock industry. Mainly young chickens, eggs, turkeys, beef, and sheep and lambs are raised on family farms. Hay is grown for livestock feed, some by those also raising the animals; some by outside, independent farmers. Apples, peaches, soybeans, and tobacco are also grown in the state. Some of this farmland is also listed for sale on a regular basis.

State Capital and Other Cities

Charleston, with a population just under 50,000, is the capital of West Virginia. It has the highest population of cities within the state. Charleston has a deep root in U.S. history dating back to Fort Lee being built there in 1787.

Huntington follows as a close second in population with around 49,000 residents, and the third highest number of residents is in the City is Morgantown, a college town and home to West Virginia University with a permanent population of 39,000.

Civil War, Historical Facts, and Trivia
  • West Virginia is one of two states to receive statehood during the Civil War, accompanied by Nevada. It is the only state to have achieved its sovereignty by a U.S. president. It was awarded statehood by Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
  • West Virginia is the northernmost southern state and the southernmost northern state in the Union.
  • Mother's Day was first celebrated in 1908 in Grafton, West Virginia.
  • It was the first state to implement a sales tax in 1921.
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