The advertised property, which — vast and unspoiled stretches, will undoubtedly — potential buyers who yearn for seclusion.
- (A) spans . . interfere with
- (B) abuts . . appeal to CORRECT ANSWER
- (C) overlooks . . infuriate
- (D) precludes . . assemble
- (E) erodes . . inspire
Since the property is somehow associated with "vast and unspoiled stretches," it is most likely to appeal to or inspire potential buyers who yearn for seclusion. In terms of the second blank alone, only choices (B) or (E) fit the sentence; when the first terms of these two choices are substituted for the first blank, only choice (B) produces a sentence that makes sense: property that abuts (or borders on) vast, unspoiled stretches of land is likely to appeal to buyers seeking seclusion.