I am looking to buy some rural land in Western North Carolina. There are 2 parcels for sale adjacent to each other, a 7 acre and 3 acre plot. The 7 acre plot has an existing right of way. The realtor and real estate attorney have indicated that the right of way is only for the 7 acres and cannot be used for the 3 acre plot (the plot we are looking at buying). The ROW stops about 150 ft too short to access the 3 acre plot. The owner of the 7 acre plot has tried to sell a small portion of his land to extend the ROW to the 3 acre plot, but was told that it still could not be used for a ROW to the 3 acre land. Is this true? The owner of the land where the ROW is on, may not allow me to extend the ROW. This is the only feasible access to the 3 acre property, the other option would be much more difficult and unreasonable as would involve a long road around and crossing a creek. What options do I have?