1 acre right off Rt 119 on the corner of Popular Hills Road and Low Gap Road. Lot is ready to build with water, gas, cable, power, and internet available at the road. Restrictions are as follows: no double-wides, no farm animals, and no junk cars. No septic on the property. Verify all info before placing an offer
5.16 Wooded acres with seasonal view only minutes from the town of Wardensville. Septic installed at building site. Located only 1 hour and 45 minutes from Washington, DC. Creek runs along the back of the property.
5.09 Wooded acres with seasonal view only minutes from the town of Wardensville. Septic installed at building site. Located only 1 hour and 45 minutes from Washington, DC. Creek runs along the back of the property.
Surrounded by farm land and facing North Mountain, this 2 acre wooded lot is a very unique triangle slice of Apple Pie Ridge! Unique 387' private lane for possibly: Nature Trail, 4-wheeler trail, archery field course? Come and see the possibilities.
Build your dream home or vacation home on this 3.062-acre building lot. Well maintained paved roads,gated security entrance, city water & electric in place. Gas & Internet available. A gated community that offers Clubhouse w/spa, community room, media room, infinity pool, grotto w/ hot tubs. This lot has views of WSS. HOA fee is $125 a month.
This home is located at Olive St Clarksburg, WV 26330 US and has been listed on Homes.com since 23 May 2020 and is currently priced at $65,000. Olive St is within the school district(s) Harrison County Schools with nearby schools including Simpson Elementary School, Bridgeport Middle School, and Bridgeport High School. Similar properties nearby are <a href="/property/2685-philippi-pike-anmoore-wv-26323/id-1000052698397/">2685 Philippi Pike</a>, <a href="/property/126-e-olive-st-bridgeport-wv-26330/id-400029065563/">126 E Olive St</a>, and <a href="/property/10-glenview-dr-bridgeport-wv-26330/id-400029065631/">10 Glenview Dr</a>.
This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling foreclosed homes quickly at attractive low prices. A list price is published but reasonable offers can be submitted for consideration. Offers can be submitted through the official Listing Agent but in some cases, no agent is listed and offers can be submitted the bank owner directly.