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58 Properties:

$109,900

Farm - Procious, WV

54.44 acres
1305 Big Pigeon Road Procious WV 25164
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Small Farm, Great Amenities. Great hunting plus it joins a State Wildlife Management Area. Great place for farming with its 4 pasture fields and barn. Great for people with hobbies because it has a he...
David M. Greenlee, Broker, Old Fences Realty, Inc.
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$79,900

83 /- hunting property

83 acres
1 Porter Creek Road Bomont WV 25030
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Hunting land with possibilities This is 49. 1 surveyed acres adjoins a 34 acres to make a great 83 acres tract of land of rugged woodland that offer Deer, Turkey, and small game. There is easy access...
Bruce Bienvenue Broker, WV Land Farm & Home Realty 304 286 9930
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$134,900

Clean Mobile on 127.22 /-acres

127.22 acres
1285 Boggs Run Road Bomont WV 25030
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The property offers an exceptional Clean 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Mobile Home on 127.22 Acres and 126 acres of rugged woodland that offer Deer, Turkey, and small game. surveyed. there is easy access off a cou...
Bruce Bienvenue Broker, WV Land Farm & Home Realty 304 286 9930
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$169,900

209 acres of hunting property

209 acres
0 Boggs Run Road Bomont WV 25030
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Hunting land with possibilities This is 209 acres of rugged woodland that offer Deer, Turkey, and small game. It consists of three separated tracts of land one contains 126, one has 36 and the other c...
Bruce Bienvenue Broker, WV Land Farm & Home Realty 304 286 9930
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Clay County, WV Land Info

Set in a metropolitan area of West Virginia, Clay County is considered a mid-size urban county. The most common type of land for sale in Clay County recently was farms, while Ivydale featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Clay County at $3,032, with an average list price of $143,771 for land and farms for sale in Clay County. Of the 55 counties in West Virginia, Clay County ranks 46th in terms of its population (8,910, according to Census data from 2015). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of West Virginia. In terms of size, Clay County is West Virginia's 37th biggest county (344 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Clay County generate annual revenues of $521,000, 30 percent of which is from livestock products and 70 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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