This Far Knob section in Stoney Creek is trending towards larger estate properties as several owners have combined additional homesites to form a neighborhood of fewer lots and large land holdings, so, lower density, more privacy, and larger properties. Originally four lots traversing the highest point of Far Knob Climb, these lots face south and feel as if they are front and center overlooking the Rockfish Valley. At the higher points on Crawfords Mountain, these wooded lots have potential for views towards Wintergreen and also down Crawfords Mountain towards the valley. These properties sit at approximately 2200 ft. — you'll feel the cooler air being higher in the mountains. There is a generous, mostly flat building site towards the top of lot 48, and with the width of the property with wide road frontage, the topography lends itself to a gradual driveway to the high point.
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