Robin Hood Forest is a 56 acre multi-use recreational forestland property located just 1.5 miles from the gates of the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV. Just outside of city limits, the property has a good network of trails running throughout the property and a seasonal stream that is a favorite spot for the wildlife. Numerous building sites are available including one spot with easy access towards the front of the property and another on top with 360 degree views at 2,300 feet elevation.
Robin Hood Forest is just a stone's throw from downtown White Sulphur Springs and 12 minutes from historic downtown Lewisburg, which was just named America's Coolest Small Town. Also nearby are the Greenbrier State Forest, the Monongahela National Forest, Bluebend Recreation Area and Sherwood Lake. Within an hour's drive is the Watoga State Park and Snowshoe Ski Resort is just a little further up the road.
Wildlife is abundant and there is no shortage of white tailed deer, wild turkey, squirrels and song birds. The animals enjoy the peace and quiet of Robin Hood Forest, while the diversity of the terrain and the mature forest provides an excellent habitat. Many wildlife den trees are scattered throughout the forest. These trees usually have large holes or cavities that animals and birds use on a daily basis to raise their young or snooze through the winter in.
Robin Hood Forest is full of potential. Imagine taking a walk through your forested estate listening to the bird sing their evening song and then watching the sun set over the valley and far mountain ranges in a gentle array of color. As you sit underneath the whispering leaves you can reflect upon a day well spent.
City water, phone and electricity are available at the beginning of Robin Hood Lane. Cell phone service is considered good. Internet and television are available through satellite.
All mineral rights are thought to run with the land and the owner will convey all rights they may have at closing. All timber rights will convey with the property.