I just called about a place on United Country that says "road frontage" and "good access". It's in WV, if that means anything. Anyway... it turns out that easy access means parking "down the hollar" in a place you don't own ("that's ok, sweetie, just ask the owners if its ok for you to park there"), hiking across a small creek, up the bend to the first row of electric poles and take a sharp right. That's where your property starts. I thought "good access" meant you could drive to it. No clue how they get "road frontage". Is this NORMAL???? I asked if the creek had a bridge and she said "heaven's no! If it did, everyone would be traipsing up there!" How do people get to their property normally??? I'm sure that a neighbor, no matter how nice he is, isn't going to want me parking my car there.... and I sure don't intend on walking miles to my property with a load of groceries, etc. Also, they have a small amount of timber reserved until the contract expires. Is this normal? I'm from the flat lands. When you buy a piece of property, it is perfectly square with a road going in front of it. And a driveway if you are lucky. I'm spoiled.