This undeveloped land tract is located just far enough outside the city to provide a quiet country setting – yet close enough for a quick commute. Surrounded by farms and country homes, it would make an excellent building lot for a country home in the woods. Located only 17 minutes from West Virginia University, it is an easy commute on Route 7 over to Route 19. You can walk right out your back door and hunt whitetails, turkey, and small game. There is electricity available, and there is believed to be public water available at the road (unconfirmed). Public gas and sewer are unconfirmed – but are not believed to be present on Little Indian Creek Road. The owner will entertain selling the east side of the road and the west side of the road together, subject to a survey performed by the buyer. The east side of the road has a more gradual slope with a road easement that gives the neighbors access to their farm. It is about 18 acres. It also has a residential powerline that runs through it. The road could be utilized as a starting point for a driveway to a house up on the hill with close access to electricity. The powerline could be planted with a food plot, and you could hunt whitetails and turkeys right on your own property. There are capped gas wells located on the property. Buyers should perform due diligence to ensure they will not impact building plans. There is some moderate hardwood timber value on the property. Mineral rights are not included. They own more than 50% of the rights to the minerals and are willing to negotiate the sale of them separately.