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Cedar Creek Real Estate Licensed in Virginia and West Virginia 2300 Stroneride Road Winchester, VA 22601 540-667-1130
"THE MISSION", in the words of the owner/developer,  "Mossy Oaks strives to be a quiet, natural, ecologically correct haven for its residents.  Each resident is entitled to complete peace and quiet from all external elements, including from other residents.  This includes an absence of noise, the ability to enjoy natural scenic views without visual interference, limited lighting which does not interfere  with the natural night views, and forest and nature smells unaffected by fumes or noise. All of this makes Mossy Oaks a wonderful place to retire and get away from those high real estate taxes, fumes and traffic.  Or come for your vacation/weekend getaway.  You can camp or build your mountain dream home". There are still 8 great lots available. Each has it's own unique characteristics. 2 lots front on the Cacapon River. This river is known to be one of the cleanest in the state of West Virginia. All lot owners still have access to the Cacapon by way of the community common ground 1 acre lot, fronting on the river.  This is one of the most beautiful communities you will find. The lots are wooded with tall hardwoods. The 4 miles of development roads were well planned so that they encirle many of the lots to give you different views and a better "feel" for the land. There are natural springs on many of the properties, with flowing streams. The lots all have septic certification.  This is a rural community where a well and septic will be the source for utilities.  All electric and phone service lines are underground.  There are restrictions and covenants in place to protect your investment. Ask me to send these to you by email.  I can also send you an overall subdivision plat to get your bearings.  There is one lot currently available which is suitable for horses.  This is a 12.5 acre lot, with a large grassy green field, a terrific building site in the woods, and in close proximity to the entrance.  This area of West Virginia also offers you very close access into the George Washington National Forest. The Capon Springs Resort is right around the corner. There are several facilities nearby that cater to the horse trade. Check out the developer's website for additional information:  http://mossyoakswvland.com/services.html        Also, check out the website to the Capon Springs Resort, just around the corner.  It might be a place to enjoy while you are building your new home in Mossy Oaks.  http://www.caponsprings.net/ There are three MLS#s to check out (realtor.com) HS8091781, HS8091783, HS8091780.  The price of the lots are: Interior lots $114,900.  Riverfront lots, $149,900.  Please inquire for more details. Directions to the property:  If you are coming in from I66, where it ends at I81, head south towards Strasburg, VA.  Take the 2nd Strasburg exit (Exit 296). Off the exit ramp, take Rt.55W (west) towards Wardensville, WV.  You will drive approximately 12 miles.  Watch for Capon Springs Turnpike on your right.  If you get to the WV state line, you went too far.  Take Capon Springs Tpke 4 miles. You are going through the National Forest, and land owned by the Capon Springs Resort. This road will also take you right through the resort. This becomes Capon Springs Rd.  About 1 mile past the resort. make a right onto Back Creek Rd.  Drive 1 mile, watch for Milk Road on your left. Take Mile Rd. approximately 2.5 miles. You are going to make a left onto a gravel lane which would be Mossy Oaks Dr. The sign is currently down, but this lane is almost directly across from Mt. Airy Rd. (which will be on your right).  Take Mossy Oaks Dr. uphill, and bear right through the gate. This is the beginning of Mossy Oaks.  This is the scenic route. Otherwise, you will most likely find yourself on Rt.259 coming from Gore, Virginia (off Rt.50W coming out of Winchester, VA). Take Rt.259 approximately 12 miles. Watch for Milk Rd. on your left. If you get to the Yellow Spring Post Office, you just went too far.  Take Milk Rd. approx. 1 mile. Turn right across from Mt. Airy Rd.