Secluded 24.4 acres of wooded land in Frederick County within 15 minutes of downtown Winchester. To access the property please download to the 2 attached documents: 1) Goode Survey dated October 21, 1996, and 2) Deed of Confirmation dated 7-24-2020 (recorded 18 foot easement). The Goode survey shows the entire 18 foot right of way (dotted lines) starting at the intersection of Wardensville Grade and Cricket Lane and ends at GIS parcel number 50-A-26C. After turning on Cricket Lane from Wardensville Grade go approximately .1 miles and TURN RIGHT off of Cricket Lane into the woods just before the driveway to the trailer/dwelling at 186 Cricket Lane. At that point the right of way continues as a visible and drive-able pathway wide enough for 4 wheel drive vehicle/truck situated alongside the right hand side fence for the dwelling at 186 Cricket lane. This entrance point is noted on the Goode Survey and GIS between the two parcels with the last name of Craft. Continue on the path/right of way approximately .2 miles to where the Deed of Confirmation begins. When approaching the dry creek bed area you will see an area of recently timbered trees. From this point it's recommended to travel on foot. The Deed of Confirmation provides GPS recorded coordinates and begins at the end of the Craft property entering onto the property under the last name of Ritter. Continue on the Ritter property using the GPS coordinates for the 18 foot easement to 50-A-26C. This property is completely wooded with various large and small hardwood by trees. The property is sloped and has a level area at the upper 2 boundary points. The land provides an ideal opportunity for hunting, camping, or potentially building a custom home or cabin. There is a virtual tour which shows the aerial views and location of the property. Contact the listing agent for additional information and showing instructions.