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0.15 acres in Jackson County, West Virginia

300 First Avenue, Ripley, West Virginia 25271 - Jackson County
$7,100 0.15 Acres
Property ID 895069

Description

Residential Lot located on the 300-400 block of First Avenue, in the historic town of Ripley W.V.

This small residential lot (45x120x65x120)is situated less than an hour from the West Virginia state capital of Charleston West Virginia. This is a level lot nestled in the gently rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Deer and other small game has been sighted on the property. Located at the end of a dead end street of the subdivision, it is perfect for the first time property owner or a real estate investor as an income producing rental unit.

Ripley, located in the beautiful Appalachian foothills of the Ohio River, Ripley has the advantage of linkage to the junction of the two major road systems, Interstate 77 N/S and US Route 33 E/W. The seat of Jackson County, Ripley is surrounded by a pristine valley bountiful in natural beauty and historical nostalgia.

Please call with Index # 673 Cert 182160

Directions

This property is located near the end of 1st Avenue, just past Pfost Street. Please refer to the included Property Location tab for the approximate location of this property.

Updated 2/18/2016

This property is listed for 7,100.00

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