I have a house on 9 wooded acres. I have access right along the edge of a pasture. No problems with the pasture owner - he's very nice. Right now the access road is just dirt - I'll probably eventually gravel it but I'm in no big hurry. The only other person using the road would be whomever buys the 1.6 acre lot next to my land. Someone actually came to look at the lot a couple of weeks ago. He won't buy it (it's way overpriced) but talking with him brought up some questions for the future. I paid for power to be brought to my property - cost $2,400. Graveling the road would cost not quite that much. I sort of planned to suggest to the future owner of the lot that s/he should pay for the graveling since I paid for the power. Would that seem fair to you as a prospective buyer of the lot?? Two - what if the future owner wants to put in an asphalt driveway. That would cost about $10,000 (real rough estimate). Could I be forced to pay half of it even though I'd be perfectly content with a gravel driveway (heck, I don't mind a dirt driveway )??