800 panoramic acres of majestic West Virginia mountainside with the entrance to "The Sinks of Gandy", a historic part of WV history with publications dating back to 1872. The state recognized the area as "The Sinks" in the 1950's to promote tourism. Surrounded by several hundred thousand acres of Monongahela National Forest to be enjoyed for all types of recreation including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and horseback riding. Gandy Creek, a wild trout stream, flows through the property and into the famous cave. Miles of stocked trout waters and numerous state parks nearby. Marketable timber and scenic views of Spruce Knob - WV Highest Point. 4 BR farm-house and multiple buildings convey "As is". Miles of ATV trails throughout the property.
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