Old March 3rd, 2021, 11:33 PM #71
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Lol, I've been looking at that listing. Thinking about taking a look on Saturday. Wondering about C&Rs if any. Also looks like it could be flood prone, despite what FEMA says.
Nah, 100' of elevation between the bathhouse and the creek.

FWIW, my dad was already looking at cabin plans when I got off the phone with him tonight about this property.
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That's a pretty nice one as well! If that creek is from the "Alum Springs" indicated on the map, then it's good water that you could cistern and not have to drill for a well. 3x the property and with the greenbrier right down the hill from you.
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Is anyone familiar with "sediment credits?" They're a thing here in VA (not that I really understand them), but not sure if they exist WV.
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Is anyone familiar with "sediment credits?" They're a thing here in VA (not that I really understand them), but not sure if they exist WV.
My understanding is that it solely a VA thing created in an attempt to prevent phosphorus, nitrogen, and other algae-bloom causing elements from entering the Chesapeake Bay watershed at un-natural levels. WV doesn't have anything like that to my knowledge. They see the Chesapeake as the domain of the DMV area and given the distance between where the tributaries of the Potomac leave the state and where that water would enter the bay, I doubt there's much reason to hold WV accountable for any of the bay polution.
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