CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- How would you like a 17-acre hilltop site in Loudon Heights, beside a nature preserve near Holz Elementary?
If that's a little too big, Scott Wallace has a six-acre site and a couple of one-acre sites in what he calls Wallace's Point. He's planning to carve up the remainder of his grandparents' homestead -- about 29 acres -- to create an eco-friendly subdivision.
"It's my family property," said Wallace. "He bought it in the 1930s."