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55 Properties:

$162,500

Ranch, Ranch,Residential - Single Family - PENCE SPRINGS, WV

2.9 acres
132 MEGCAT DRIVE PENCE SPRINGS WV 24962
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Pence Springs- Private, neat-clean 3BR, 2BA, 1 story home on 2.9 acres of level land with a garage/shed/workshop. Home also features a large covered front deck and an open side and rear deck. The roo...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$350,000

181 Acres in Summers County, West Virginia

181 acres
WHEEL CREEK DR Forest Hill WV 24935
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Secluded home with approximately 181 acres. If you need pasture for a small number of cattle, a great place to hunt, walking trails or a residence for your family, this property offers different optio...
Linda K Turner, Coldwell Banker Stuart and Watts Real Estate
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$39,900

Lots and Land - TALCOTT, WV

4.03 acres
PAR. 20.5 BIG BEND RETREAT TALCOTT WV 24981
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Talcott- 4.03 acre lot in a gated community offers privacy, community well, electric on property, septic tank in place, and long range views. Great place to build your primary or secondary home. Close...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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Summers County, WV Land Info

Located in West Virginia, Summers County is considered a medium-sized urban county that sits adjacent to a larger metropolitan region. The most common type of land for sale in Summers County recently was farms, while Talcott was the city in Summers County with the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Summers County at $2,799, with an average list price of $222,171 for land and farms for sale in Summers County. Of West Virginia's 55 counties, Summers County ranks 42nd in terms of its population (13,239, according to Census data from 2015). Size-wise, Summers County is West Virginia's 32nd biggest county (368 square miles, which comprises two percent of the state). Farming activities in Summers County generate annual revenues of $5 million, 26 percent of which is from livestock products and 74 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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