Greenbrier County, West Virginia Land Information
Greenbrier County stretches 1,025 square miles and is home to over 35,000 residents. Born from Botetourt and Montgomery counties, much of Greenbrier's northern and western regions consist of coal land and private forest. Nevertheless, this expansive county offers plenty of green territory for its residents. For example, the Monongahela National Forest encompasses over 1.7million acres and occupies a good portion of the county. The incredible forest highlights natural beauties like Blackwater Canyon and Douglas Falls. The rest of the county features exciting amenities like White Sulphur Springs, which offers golf, camping, and other outdoor activities. Greenbrier County ranks second in West Virginia based on the overall acres for sale here. The value of all land
and rural real estate for sale in West Virginia's Greenbrier County recently over $129 million, representing approximately 7,900 acres of land for sale in Greenbrier County. Greenbrier County is one of the ten biggest counties in West Virginia (1,020 square miles). Greenbrier County is in the Southeast region. Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation are important contributors the Greenbrier County economy. Greenbrier County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. To find more land for sale in West Virginia
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