Large Acreage With Timber, Hunting And Home Sites In Northwest WV


This large property is made up of two parcels: approximately 128 and 88 acres. They can be purchased together or sold separately. With over 12 acres of field, blacktop road access, and electricity, it would make an excellent cabin or home site. Gas well roads provide UTV access to the top of the property and across the ridgelines. The bottom of the hill is steep, but the topography levels out as you get higher in elevation. The view from both on top of the mountain and down in the field is excellent. The building site features a beautiful view of the valley. This property accommodates farming, homesteading, or food plotting in the bottom but the gas well locations could also be planted for hunting food plots. The ridgelines, if cleared, would make incredible food plot locations in the center of the property. It is located less than one hour from Fairmont. The northern parcel has approximately 4 acres of wetland. The deer sign is strong on this property with trails on each of the benches along with fresh buck sign. The diverse habitat is ideal for the wildlife and there is potential for quality deer management. The property was selectively timbered approximately ten years ago and the logging infrastructure and SOG well roads make most of the property accessible via ATV. The south-facing slopes provide brushy sanctuary for archery hunters, but the north slopes are open and excellent for rifle hunters. The SOG well infrastructure also makes the property income-producing – which has historically covered more than the annual taxes. Ten unverified acres of mineral rights convey. If you are interested in this great hunting property, give the listing agent a call. 

Property Details

  • 10 acres of mineral convey
  • Taxes are currently less than $200, but are subject to change
  • Water Sources consist of stream, tributary, and an unconfirmed spring
  • Electric available
  • Coordinates: 39.4002, -80.531
  • Road frontage
  • Excellent access
  • 12+ acres of field
  • Stream frontage
  • Hardwoods
  • Excellent deer numbers in the area
  • Potential timber value
  • Scale (1 to 5): Road access: 5/5, Interior UTV access: 3.5/5, Cabin potential: 5/5, Permanent residence potential: 3/5, Steepness of terrain: 4/5 , Timber quality: 4/5

Route 1, Rinehart-Little Tenmile Road
Wallace, West Virginia 26448