West Virginia’s land is 77% forested, with rolling hills and lots of natural beauty. That’s the second-highest total by percentage in the United States (accounting for 12 million of the 15 million or so acres of total land in the state). Given West Virginia’s location in the Appalachian region, the state is certainly mountainous, though there’s a fair amount of grassland pastures and cropland. Slightly more than 1 million acres (about 7%) of the land area is owned and administered by federal land management agencies*. Hunting land, buildable land lots, mountain cabins with acreage and more are among the types of land for sale in West Virginia.
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crsreports.congress.gov; ers.usda.gov; and nass.usda.gov
*Federal agencies include: Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Forest Service and Department of Defense
Want to live off the grid in seclusion or just to get away once in awhile. 20' X 30' Log Cabin built in 2021, not completely finished inside on 27.16 ACRES! Spring water pumped into holding tank/cistern. No electricity and no septic. Mostly wooded hunting land. Some mature timber. Long drive up into property. Need ATV to access this time of year. ***Sellers do not ...
Want to live off the grid in seclusion or just to get away once in awhile. 20' X 30' Log Cabin built in 20 ...