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340 acres Sissonville, WV $795,000

340 acres Sissonville, WV

Kanawha County Jeanie Davis / Broker Jeanie's Real Estate / Jeanie Davis Broker

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 2840 SqFt


130 acres Auburn, WV $228,800

130 acres Auburn, WV

Ritchie County Jane Wilson, Broker United Country - Adrian Properties WV, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 1 Bath | 2070 SqFt

This 1911 rural farmhouse on 130 acres more or less is heated with free gas as per the owners! Home has been rewired and features beautiful oak woodwork and many of the original nooks and crannies. Four bedrooms, one bath and several other rooms that could be used for dens, studies, sewing rooms or craft rooms. Owners have completed many updates the remaining work ready for your personal touch. Newer septic, two water wells, two barns, two buildings and two overgrown smaller ponds. Deer, turkey, squirrels and rabbits on property. Interesting history told to the owners is that one building used to be a small grain mill and the other was used as a scale house to weigh grain. Approximately 40 acres are in hay and remainder is meadow and woods. There could be some timber in approximately 6-8 years according to owner . Owners are selling as is. Plenty of room for family, friends and a variety of animals!Located in Ritchie County, West Virginia.

447 acres Snowshoe, WV $4,000,000

447 acres Snowshoe, WV

Pocahontas County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage

DESCRIPTION Snowshoe Farms A sensational 447 acre farm elevation between 3000-4000 with epic sweeping panoramas and unique residential and commercial positioning one mile from Snowshoe Resort Graced with unparalleled spectacular views and steeped in Civil war history, Snowshoe Farms is a uniquely situated property 10 minutes from the top of Snowshoe Resort. Conveniently located just off US Route 219, the drive into this private and beautifully maintained farm reveals a jewel of rolling valley surrounded by verdant mountains hiding in its ridges truly incomparable view sheds. The main entrance of the farm is marked by a historical plaque indicating the knoll atop which General Robert E. Lee maintained headquarters from July to September, 1861, after taking command of the Confederate forces in West Virginia. The drive opens to beautiful meadows which surround two of the farms residences; a Victorian farm house built in 1890 and an original Sears Cottage, both awaiting the vision and care of their new owners. The main house, Glendale, was built by Latimer Tuke, a British gentleman who immigrated as part of a settlement of gentry class men. The settlement began in 1883 and ended in 1915 with the last settler entering the Canadian army. The Tuke family was one of two families who remained in the States, but sold the farm in 1908. The Greenbrier, Cheat and Elk Railway Company purchased a 16.25 acre easement through the property in 1911 to move coal 84 miles through West Virginia from the Elk River Junction to Webster Springs. Though decommissioned long ago the easement winds through the property creating beautiful trails for walking and horseback riding with the potential to connect with 75 miles of rail to trails. Infrastructure and Improvements: The facilities are served by new underground utilities (electric/phone) and the current owner has secured connection to the New Regional Sewer Plant making the property the largest residential and commercial property, with the exception of the Snowshoe Mountain Resort, to be served by the facility. This uniquely positions the property to benefit from growth potential of proximity to the resort as it builds its new communities and facilities at the base of the Snowshoe Resort. In addition to procuring from the state a 15 year renewable lease for two more grade crossings to connect Cherry Hollow (divided by the railroad easement) to the main property the current owner has invested significantly in the infrastructure of the farm providing access to all its boundaries; building 4 miles of interior roads, including restoring 3,200 of the historic Huttonsville Turnpike ( prior to the Civil War this was the only north-south route through western Virginia), which allows for three entrances onto the property via state maintained roads. Adjacent to the property the current owner has developed Headwaters, encompassing 95 acres of ridgeline into a private and breathtakingly beautiful residential community. Headwaters is served by underground utilities (electric/phone), well maintained roads and an established homeowners association, twenty seven lots are sold, two are under contract and 10 homes have been built. The development is a shining example of the potential of the remaining acreage. Over $4 Million of investment in land and home construction has been made to date so far in Headwaters. Highlights: Some of the most beautiful land in the Eastern United States Superb private location in highly desirable, convenient area w/ proximity to Snowshoe Mountain Resort 4000 of Sewer mainline (available 2015 2016) connection to new regional plant Accessible underground utilities (electric/phone) 3 owner residences 2 Barns Several Outbuildings 12+ Springs (EPA tested and well rated) 3 Documented Caves Several seasonal streams A Pond 60 Acres of hay and meadow Grazing for 200 head of cattle 230 acres of timber An heirloom and heritage apple orchard All gas and mineral rights remain/transfer with the property deeds Historical recognition by the Pocahontas County Historical Society TIMBER MINERALS AGRICULTURE WILDLIFE Snowshoe Farms forest is a mixture of majestic old growth timber stands adjacent to former farm fields. Many mountain homesteads were abandoned after World War II when the mountaineers left the state to find employment in the northern cities. This was also the time when the horse/oxen drawn farm machinery was replaced with the modern farm tractor. The steeper fields and pastures where no longer tended as the tractors could not navigate the hillsides like the horses and oxen could. The old fields on Snowshoe Farm have been transformed into a lush forest dominated by white oak, black cherry, yellow poplar, black walnut and black locust. Valuable Timber- Complementing the propertys strong aesthetic attributes is a timber resource that is well positioned for value appreciation over the coming decade. With an attractive species mix, adequate stocking levels, and favorable diameter class distribution, the timber amenity represents a strong component of value to the investor. Cherry Hollow, approximately 217 acres, experienced active forest management in the mid 1970s in the form of a silvicultural thinning & selective harvest under the supervision of a professional forester. Since the time of the thinning, the residual trees and young seedlings have grown at a rapid rate. Most of the forest stands are 50-80 years in age, containing pole-size to medium sawlog-sized stems, which display overall good vigor, form and crown health. The near-term harvest potential provides modest revenue opportunity early in the investment cycle to cover holding cost while also improving recreational trail access and bolstering long-term forest productivity. This forest produces acorns, hickory nuts, walnuts, wild grapes, blackberries, beechnuts, poplar and maple seeds which support an abundance of wildlife, including wild turkey, white tail deer, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, rabbits, foxes and chipmunks. The dense forest, with its closed canopy, is home to a variety of song birds, owls, ravens, grouse, woodpeckers and hawks. The timber stands that were not formerly in agriculture contain some outstanding old growth trees. Huge white oak, red oak, hickory, sugar maple, chestnut oak and yellow poplar trees dominate this lush and very special forest. Some of these trees would be considered Legacy Trees, those trees that were here before the mountaineers settled the mountains in the late 1800s and have withstood the test of time. HOME INFORMATION 1890 Tuke Homeplace and Sears Cottage (more info to come) See homes and footprint map under maps and documents. THE AREA Pocahontas County West Virginia, set deep in the Allegheny Mountains, separating West Virginia from Virginia. Called the birthplace of rivers The Greenbrier, Gauley, Elk, Cherry, Cranberry, Tygart Valley, Williams, and Shavers Fork of the Cheat rivers all begin in these pristine mountains. The area is rooted in its crystal clear streams, native brook trout, roaring waterfalls, and unique history Destinations and Tourism: Snowshoe Ski Resort is West Virginias #1 Tourist Attraction; bringing ~450,000 skiers and ~ 600,000 tourists and vacationers to the area. It is the home of the Gary Player Championship Golf Course. The resort is owned by Intrawest (NASDAQ:SNOW) and has been expanding both its residential and commercial properties at the top of Cheat Mountain for the last 20 years, with plans to expand it villages and retail venues to sections of the several thousand acres that sprawl at the foot of the mountain. Cass Scenic Railroad State Park and Durbin and Greenbrier Valley RR Green Bank Telescope Greenbrier River Trail Cranberry Glades/Nature Center Falls of Hills Creek Beartown State Park Droop Mountain Battlefield Pearl S Buck Birthplace Monongahela National Forest Watoga State Park Seneca State Forest Highland Scenic Highway Pocahontas County Opera House Nearby Historic Greenbrier County: Lewisburg, which is the Greenbrier County seat, was voted the Coolest Small Town in America in 2011, combining the warmth of a close community with the sophistication of more urban locations. The thriving downtown historic district offers year-round live productions presented at the State Professional Theatre of WV, Carnegie Hall, distinctive dining venues, antique shops, award-winning galleries/boutiques, and two summer-season farmers markets. Greenbrier Valley Medical Center is a modern hospital and all attendant medical facilities, along with the many big box stores. Lewisburg is home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, medical, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. The world-renowned Greenbrier Resort, with 800 rooms and 1600 employees, is located nearby in the sleepy little town of White Sulphur Springs. The 4-Star resort has a subterranean casino and is home to the PGA tour, the Greenbrier Classic. Several other area golf courses are available in the area including Oakhurst Links, Americas first golf course, where guests play using old style hickory-handled clubs and ground-burrowing golf balls! The Greenbrier County Airport with WVs longest runway provides daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. A picturesque train ride from White Sulphur Springs connects the area to DC, Phili, Chicago, and many other locations. By car, DC is 4 hours away and Charlotte is only 4. Another 2-3 hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia , Winterplace Ski Resort, the 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort, the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park, and whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley Rivers. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp, Summit (home to the US and World Jamboree) offers weekend visitors ziplining and canopy tours, ropes courses, climbing and repelling, mountain biking, as well as BMX and skate plazas. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, and rock climbing opportunities. UTILITIES Electric and phone service is on site. Public sewer should be available in 2015 ATT Cell Coverage AGRICULTURE RESOURCES There are a total of 200 acres in open land. There are 60 acres of hayfields surrounding the residences. The remaining 187 acres is dedicated to permanent pasture. Presently, the boundary will support about 200 head of cattle. There is about 4 miles of fencing on the property. WATER RESOURCES There are several springs located throughout the property. One spring in particular produces 1000s of gallons per day and has been tested by REIC Labs, Beckley WV. Original test results from 1990 may be found under the MAP AND DOCUMENTS SECTION at the top of this page. There is a small farm pond located on the northeastern boarder of the property. Several ephemeral streams are located in the hollows and interspersed throughout the property creating a dynamic environment. Large trees, moss, ferns and wildflowers growing along the streams create a serene and tranquil setting. CAVES There are three documented caves on the property, Linwood Cave, Devils Dining Table Cave and a third unnamed cave. Linwood Cave is located on the southeastern corner of the farm. The entrance is almost visible from the Old Huttonsville Turnpike and is in an obvious sink surrounded by trees. At the base of the entrance passage is a stream which sinks into a breakdown-choked hole. The stream resurges at Linwood Water Cave 4/10 miles south. The cave consists of a single passage, averaging 10 feet in height and width trending west for 800 feet. There are two unmapped passages at 100 and 400 feet from the entrance. The stream in the cave can be followed upstream to a point where it emerges from a passage 2 feet height and 3 feet wide. The cave has been explored and mapped several hundred feet beyond this point with approximately 1700 mapped. Water in the cave apparently comes from a hillside spring which flows into a sink and then into the cave. The smaller Devils Dining Table Cave is located near the eastern boundary. MINERAL RESOURCES All mineral rights will be conveyed with the surface. There are no gas wells on the property and the owner is not aware of any past coal mining. The rights have not been leased by the present owner. The Marcellus Shale may underlay the property at a depth of 5000+ and oil and gas companies in the past have done some leasing in the area for natural gas. The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. The horizontal drilling technology necessary to reach the mile deep shale strata has rapidly evolved and drilling in the Marcellus strata is a reality in WV. The presence of any coal reserves underlying the property is unproven and there has been no known mining activity on the property. ZONING Pocahontas County has no formal zoning in the county. LOCATION 911 Address:347 Old Huttonsville Turnpike Road, Slatyfork WV 26291 Mailing Address: PO Box 4, Slatyfork, WV 26291 Google Coordinates: LAT 38.4283342N LON 080.0469904W Elevation range: 3016 to 3939

1,885 acres Alderson, WV $3,900,000

1,885 acres Alderson, WV

Greenbrier County Jim Woltz Woltz & Associates, Inc

Type: Acreage w/House 8 Beds | 10 Baths

1885 acres in Greenbrier County, West Virginia (located minutes from Lewisburg). There is a lodge home 8 bedrooms, 10 baths, sauna and indoor pool. Home sells furnished. Perched on an elevated knoll, the lodge/home has unsurpassed million dollar views of the valley and of a distant mountain range. This farm has numerous barns, sheds and cattle working facilities as well as group scale. The farm is fenced, cross fenced and has well and spring water troughs. Approximately 1,000 acres wooded and 885+/- acres open pasture and meadow lands. Mill Creek runs through the farm. Offered at $3.9 million. Only $2,060 an acre!

250 acres Beaver, WV $3,390,000

250 acres Beaver, WV

Raleigh County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1900 SqFt

DESCRIPTION 250 +/- Acres of prime ground perfect for development or commercial use superbly located just off I-64 at Grandview near Beckley, WV and the Boy Scouts of Americas new high adventure base, The Summit. A new public water line will be installed on the adjoining Redden Road this summer which will further enhance the usage and development potential of this excellent property. This level to rolling ground is currently used for agricultural purposes and includes a home, several barns, ponds, and fencing. Property is also situated for a 2,000 +/- runway. The land is about 80% in fields and 20% in woodland and has many potential uses from residential and commercial development to a country estate and farming. The property has been in the Scott Family since the 1840s for over 150 years the farm has been cared for and well-tended. In 1996, Grandview Hereford Farm won the prestigious West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year Award. The farm was selected by a statewide judging team that reviews and evaluates the conservation efforts of farms across the entire state. The farm was evaluated on such criteria as best management practices, farm land usage and farm family involvement in the community. Grandview Hereford Farm is well placed just outside Beckley with easy access to the Raleigh County Memorial Airport and a multitude of outdoor recreational activities including white water rafting, snow skiing, hiking, biking, rock climbing, atv riding and much more. STRUCTURES & RESOURCES: Brick Ranch Home 4 Barns/Sheds Fencing and Cross Fencing 4 Large Ponds Watering Troughs Well at the Red Barn Depth: 160 +/- Flow: 10 +/- gallons per minute Pump depth: 130 +/- LOCATION/ ACCESS Located on Rt. 9/ Grandview Rd just off Exit 129 on Interstate-64 Community: Table Rock Farm Address: 2586 Grandview Road Beaver, WV 25813 Ranch Home Address: 116 Minor Scott Lane Beaver, WV 25813 Road frontage: -Grandview Rd/ Rt 9 -Redden Ridge Road/ CR 9/5 -Minor Scott Lane {Private Lane} -Table Rock Road/ CR 9/4 Points of Interest: -5 miles from Raleigh County Memorial Airport -8 miles to Beckley -25 minutes to The Summit, Bechtel National Scout Reserve Home of the 2013 National Jamboree for the Boy Scouts of America -30 minutes to Fayetteville, WV and New River Gorge Bridge Recreation: Within a 45 minute drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, Glade Springs Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the Greenbrier, New River and Gauley River, Little Beaver State Park, 2,000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River Gorge National Park. Several additional area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. UTILITIES Electric Appalachian Power Water Beckley Water Company {Private} Sewer private septic Propane RT Rogers, Hinton Trash Oak Hill Trash, Beckley Phone Suddenlink TV/ Cable Suddenlink Internet, High Speed Suddenlink BRICK RANCH HOME Age: 1976 Single Story Unfinished Basement Garage: Attached, 22 x 22 approx. Finished Square Footage: 1,900 +/- Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Foundation: Block Flooring: Carpet, Ceramic Tile Heating: Forced Air Electric Air Conditioning: Heat Pump/ Central Air Fireplace: gas logs Screened in porch Roof Age: 15 +/- Years Heating/Cooling System Age: 10 +/- Years TAXES, DEED, LEGAL INFORMATION Raleigh County Shady Spring District Map 4 Parcels: 16.2, 20, 22 Map 5 Parcels: 1, 2, 2.2, 2.3 Map 6 Parcel: 12 Deed Book 5036 Page 9971 Taxes 2013: $1,792.15 ZONING Raleigh County is subject to some zoning regulations and all prospective buyers should consult the Raleigh County Commission and also the Health Department for details regarding zoning, building codes and installation of septic systems. Most of the property is zoned R1 Rural. One parcel does not have a zoning designation.

165 acres Fort Spring, WV $1,650,000

165 acres Fort Spring, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

DESCRIPTION Snowflake on the River is an outstanding multiple use 165 +/- acre recreational property with roughly 1.2 miles of waterfront on the Greenbrier River. This exceptional property is about half open and half wooded with several historic structures. Snowflake on the River is located in Fort Spring just 20 minutes from downtown Lewisburg. This property has many potential uses and would be perfect for everything from a private retreat to a group complex. Property is accessed by a state-maintain 2-lane paved road and a gentle sloping bank on most parts of the river allow for superb access to the water. The lay of the land is level to rolling which makes it highly useable. Snowflake has some fencing and over the last several years has been used to pasture cattle, horses and cut hay. The property has a number of structures including several barns, an old school house and a former company building with offices downstairs and residential quarters upstairs. Long in disuse, the company building could be updated and used either as a main residence or guest quarters. THE SURROUNDING AREA Snowflake on the River is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 5 minutes drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86-mile rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 2 hour drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hour fifteen minute drive. The world renowned Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 30 minutes drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. THE GREENBRIER RIVER At 162 miles long, the Greenbrier is the longest untamed (unblocked) river left in the Eastern United States. It is primarily used for recreational pursuits and well known for its fishing, canoeing, kayaking and floating opportunities. Its upper reaches flow through the Monongahela National Forest, and it is paralleled for 77 miles by the Greenbrier River Trail, a rail trail which runs between the communities of Cass and North Caldwell.[9] It has always been a valuable water route, with the majority of the important cities in the watershed being established riverports. The river gives the receiving waters of the New River an estimated 30% of its water volume. Over three-fourths of the watershed is an extensive karstic (cavern system), which supports fine trout fishing, cave exploration and recreation. Many important festivals and public events are held along the river throughout the watershed. The Greenbrier is formed at Durbin in northern Pocahontas County by the confluence of the East Fork Greenbrier River and the West Fork Greenbrier River, both of which are short streams rising at elevations exceeding 3,300 feet and flowing for their entire lengths in northern Pocahontas County. From Durbin the Greenbrier flows generally south-southwest through Pocahontas, Greenbrier and Summers Counties, past several communities including Cass, Marlinton, Hillsboro, Ronceverte, Fort Spring, Alderson, and Hinton, where it flows into the New River. Along most of its course, the Greenbrier accommodated the celebrated Indian warpath known as the Seneca Trail (Great Indian Warpath). From the vicinity of present-day White Sulphur Springs the Trail followed Anthonys Creek down to the Greenbrier near the present Pocahontas-Greenbrier County line. It then ascended the River to the vicinity of Hillsboro and Droop Mountain and made its way through present Pocahontas County by way of future Marlinton, Indian Draft Run, and Edray. MINERAL RESOURCES The Sellers are conveying all mineral rights and oil and gas rights they own and they have not leased any coal or natural gas rights to any companies. LOCATION & LEGAL INFO Snowflake Road {CR 41/1} Fort Spring, WV 24936 LAT 37.7496232N LON 080.5522916W Elevation: 1,600 Greenbrier County Irish Corner District Tax Map 3, Parcel 1 Deed Book 539, Page 231 Taxes 2013: $367.44 Property is sold by the boundary and not by the acre ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Please call the office for a guided tour of this fantastic property. 304.661.6543

276 acres Spencer, WV $399,000

276 acres Spencer, WV

Roane County David M. Greenlee, Broker Old Fences Realty, Inc.

Type: Acreage

This is a farm! Fantastic rolling meadows and pastures are the focus of this listing. Cattle are being turned by the fencing. Huge block barn that was built back when barns were the pride of the farm along with several other out buildings. The land boasts a pond for livestock and recreation. There is a very private home that is in need of repair but savable. If you really want to farm, this is for you.

141 acres Hinton, WV $299,000

141 acres Hinton, WV

Summers County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 2 Baths | 2150 SqFt

DESCRIPTION Sassafras Mountain Farm is a 141 acre country property offering everything you need to get back to the land. With about 12 acres in fields and the remainder in mature forestland, this mountain farm includes seasonal streams, spring, woodland pond, owner-built farmhouse, barn, garden areas and plenty of space to roam. Secluded yet accessible, Sassafras Mountain Farm is located just one mile from WV Rt. 3, the Greenbrier River and is accessed by a paved county road the ends just half a mile further up the mountain. The surrounding mountainside forms a self-contained watershed featuring seasonal streams, a woodland pond and a stone-lined spring. Two fenced gardens total about a quarter acre. With about 12 acres open, the remainder is in upland second growth mixed forestland, which the owners estimate has not been harvested in 100 years. Of the 12 acres open, about 5 acres currently used as hayfields is tillable ground and could be used for growing other crops with the remaining 7 +/- acres in mountain pasture. Nearby Hinton is the county seat with grocery stores, places to eat, banks and the court house. Summers County Hospital is just down the road. Within 10 minutes you can have access to New River plus the 2,000 acre Bluestone Lake. The Willowood Country Club and Golf Course is just across the river, too. The nearby Groundworks Garden Center offers hundreds of different plants throughout the year including herbs, fruits, vegetables, perennials, annuals, trees and shrubs. To help you start living off the land, Sassafras Mountain Farm has two gardens. The front garden is approximately 40 by 180 with apple trees, blueberries and raspberries. The rear garden is about 1,000 square feet with established beds. Both gardens are surrounded by deer fence and are serviced by three freeze-proof water hydrants. The farm has several seasonal streams and a woodland pond. A spring has been developed as a supplemental water source for the home. The barn is a pole frame barn and is featured in Barns of Summers County by Phyllis Campbell Whitley. The barn has electricity and a freeze proof water hydrant and the center area has a raised wooden floor has been used as a workshop. Each side has a dirt floor and stalls. The barn has adjacent pens on three sides and the adjoining hillside pasture is fenced with box wire. Additional structures on the property include two open wood/tool sheds and an additional small cabin with electricity that was used for making stained glass windows in the past. FARMHOUSE INFORMATION Custom-Designed, Owner Built Frame 2-Story Home with Basement Approx. 2700 sq. ft. Year Built: 1975, 1981, 1997 Total Finished Sq. Ft. 2150 +/- Main Floor Sq. Ft. 1250 +/- Upper Floor Sq. Ft. 900 +/- Basement Sq. Ft. 550 +/- Rooms: 9 Bedrooms: 5 Total Bathrooms: 2 Full Bathrooms: 2 Garage Type: 1-Car Carport Attached Foundation: Concrete Roof: Asphalt Shingles, Asphalt Rolled, Metal Date of Roof: Late 1990s, 2012, 1980s Floor: Hardwood, Tile, Vinyl, Concrete, Plywood Heat: Forced Air, Wood & Oil Furnace, Fireplace, Wood stove Air Conditioning: None Items to Convey: Refrigerator, Ashley wood stove, washer, dryer, 2 wall-mounted LP gas heaters The owner-built farmhouse is custom designed, and offers a rustic, imaginative, sun filled and comfortable home. The living space is 2150 +/- square feet plus a large basement. The first phase was constructed in 1975 and the western addition put up in 1984. The main level features an open plan five-sided layout, optimizing solar exposure. The kitchen, dining and living areas are all open with oak floors. The kitchen is set up for LP gas cooking. This level also includes an airlock entry, two partially finished rooms, and an attached one-story addition bonus room which can also be used as a main level bedroom. Attached is an oversized enclosed carport which has been framed for a garage door. In front is a large deck with a small deck and large concrete patio in the rear. The concrete patio is large and has been used for playing basketball. The second level offers four bedrooms, one with adjoining office/dressing area and private balcony, and a bath. Floors are pine and maple. The basement has concrete floors and walls with an unfinished ceiling. A large full bathroom included an antique cast iron tub and an oversized tiled shower. The attached earth-sheltered greenhouse was built in 1980. Forced air heat comes from a multi-fuel furnace that burns wood or oil and has two thermostats. The main living area next to the kitchen has a large stone fireplace with a Heatilator insert. The main room also has a wall-mounted LP gas heater if you just want to take the chill off in the morning. The bonus room/ main level bedroom also has a wood stove chimney and a wall-mounted gas heater. LOCATION East Woodrumtown Road Hinton, WV 25951 Latitude: 37.6377518 Longitude: 080.8157315W Elevation Range: 1,730 2,655 THE AREA Nearby Hinton is the county seat and local hub with restaurants, hardware store, bank, courthouse and plenty of history. Throughout the year you can experience the West Virginia Water Festival, Railroad Days, Festival of the River, and John Henry Days. The official site of Hinton is a wealth of information. Also, just down the road is the Groundworks Nursery, a well-known regional garden center where you can find all kinds of plants and flowers including fruit trees for starting that orchard you have been dreaming about. For any medical needs, the Summers County Appalachian Regional Hospital is just 10 minutes up the road. Sassafras Mountain Farm is located within 45 minutes of Beckley, Princeton and Lewisburg. Just minutes to Sandstone Falls, the 2,000 acre Bluestone Lake, the 80,000 acre New River Gorge National Park, Pipestem Resort and Bluestone State Park, the surrounding area offers unlimited recreational activities including white water rafting, golfing, fishing, camping, hiking, bird watching and rock climbing. In fact, golfing is available 5 minutes away at the Willowood Country Club. Snow skiing at the Winterplace Resort is 45 minutes. In ten minutes you can catch the Amtrak train in Hinton and ride to the Greenbrier Resort, Chicago or New York City. The Beckley Airport is just 45 minutes away. The new 10,000 acre Boy Scout high adventure camp is an hours drive and the 14,000 acre Wildlife Management Area is just across the river at Bull Falls. The Greenbrier River is 173 miles long and is the last free-flowing river east of the Mississippi. It is an excellent river to float or canoe and is well known for its large and small mouth bass fishing. It is the gateway to water recreation and fun and is at most times lazy and easy to navigate. The Greenbrier River joins the New River in the town of Hinton, West Virginia. The New River is the second oldest river in the world, preceded only by the Nile; it is the oldest river in North America. The New River is unique because it begins in Blowing Rock, N.C. and flows north through Virginia into West Virginia. The Nile and Amazon are the only other major rivers that also flow north. Year after year, it produces more citation fish than any other warm water river in WV. Small-mouth bass, large-mouth bass, crappie, catfish, sunfish, hybrid striped bass, and muskie are all common species of fish found in the New River and Bluestone Lake. Bluestone Lake is over 2000 acres at summer pool and is the states third largest body of water. Great hunting and fishing opportunities abound at the 17,632 acre Bluestone Wildlife Area adjacent to the park and nearby Camp Creek State Forest. UTILITIES Electric: On property Water: Well and Developed Spring. The well is complemented with a gravity fed spring and a 2,000 gallon rainwater cistern which are all plumbed into the home. Water is heated with an electric hotwater tank and in the winter the water could be preheated by the furnace which would enable hot and cold water to flow in the winter even when the electricity is out. Sewer: Septic Telephone: On property Cell phone Coverage: very good in most places Internet: HuhesNet Satellite or wireless mobile broadband air card Television: DISH or DirecTV satellite TAXES, DEED AND LEGAL INFORMATION Summers County Greenbrier District Tax Map 11, Parts of Parcels and 35, 37 and 37.5 Tax Map 14, Parts of Parcels 26 and 26.3 Tax Map 15, Part of Parcel 57 Deed Book 246, Page 626, Deed Book 150, Page 216 Deed Book 172, Page 246 2013 Taxes: $ 483 {Property will be reassessed after sale} Property surveyed in May 2013 by David Holtz, Licensed Surveyor. At this time, Summers County has no zoning. Permits for drilling a water well or installing a septic system need to be obtained from the Summers County Health Department.

118.5 acres Gallipolis Ferry, WV $285,000

118.5 acres Gallipolis Ferry, WV

Mason County Any Agent United Country - Country Homes Realty, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House

1586 Duncan Creek Road, Gallipolis Ferry, WV 25515....... This beautiful 118.5 acre farm with Mineral Rights is nicely situated in the gently rolling hills of Mason County. The property features 2 homes. The main home offers 988 +/- square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. In 1995 the home was updated with new electrical wiring, plumbing, insulation, roof and sheet rock. The home is heated with propane space heat and cooled with window air conditioners. The home could use some cosmetic work like paint and flooring but otherwise the home is comfortable livable. The second home is a 1995 Schult singlewide with 3 bedrooms and two baths. The small country county road goes through the middle of the property which provides great access no matter where you'd like to go on the property. The property offers a creek that runs thorough the middle of the land and a small pond. There is approximately 32 acres in hayfields, 25 acres pasture with the remainder of the land is mature mixed hardwoods that hasn't been cut for 40+ years. There are 2 large barns on the property. Additional features include undeveloped natural spring, 2 drilled water wells, 1 hand dug well, public water available, 2 private septic systems and 2 outhouses (1 by the barn and 1 by the pond). Seller stated low utility bills too. This property is a great find so call today for your own private viewing of this lovely property.

103 acres Waiteville, WV $270,000

103 acres Waiteville, WV

Monroe County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds

The Guy Farm at Waiteville is an excellent 103+- acre farm with level to gently rolling pastures and cropland. The farm is almost completely open land with abundant water resources consisting of over 4000 of blue line streams. There is an older farm house with several barns and buildings available. LOCATION Positioned in Monroe County, a highly desirable region of West Virginia, The Guy Farm affords ample opportunity to enjoy all aspects of what West Virginia has to offer. Located on Route 1 (Limestone Hill Road) and the intersection of Route 17 (Waiteville Road), near the sleepy community of Waiteville. The property has sweeping long range views of the Potts Creek Valley. Elevations run from 2263 on the western boundary to 2198 on the eastern boundary where the property adjoins the Limestone Hill Road. The valley is sheltered by two huge mountain ranges; Potts Mountain, at 3500 in elevation, lies to the East and Peters Mountain at nearly 4000 elevation lies to the West. GPS Coordinates are Latitude 37.485369N and Longitude 080.4170592W. Highway 460 is a 25 minute drive and Blacksburg VA & Virginia Tech is about 45 minute drive. Roanoke VA, Lexington VA and Lewisburg WV are an hours drive. For the weekend commuter, Washington, DC and Charlotte NC are approximately a 3.5 hour drive. The historic frontier town of Paint Bank, Virginia is about 11 miles to the north and boasts a charming B&B. Folks come from all over come to enjoy the cozy home style restaurant and old country store. Monroe County is a small border county with a population of 14,500 and a density of 31 people per square mile. There are no four lane highways or stoplights and it remains very much an agricultural based economy. Union is the county seat with a population of about 600. This area of Monroe County retains the southern charm and grace more often thought of to be Virginian in flavor. WATER ON THE FARM The Guy Farm is richly blessed with an abundance of water flowing through the property. There are three blue line streams totaling over 4300. Nearly 1000 of the North Fork of Potts Creek runs through the property on the northern boundary. This bold running year round stream affords a great opportunity to enjoy the sounds of rushing water over the stony creak bottom. The North Forks waters originate from the smaller streams, springs and hollows that flow from the 3000 acres of land lying on the south side of Peters Mountain. Another steady flowing blue line stream flows through the farm for about 1300before emptying into the North Fork of Potts Creek. This unnamed stream originates nearly two miles upstream on Fork Mountain. Still yet another blue line stream flows through the eastern section of the farm by the barns and house for about 2000. There is a well at the house but no information is available regarding the depth or the gallons per minute flow. AGRICULTURE The Guy Farm is flat to very gently rolling. 95% open land, with just a few acres in forest along the northern and southern property lines. Little to no rock is found in the fields and pastures and the soils are good for growing grasses and crops. The land needs to be limed to bring it back into full production. About 50 acres are in pasture and about 50 acres are in hay or cropland. In years past, much of the farm was planted in or other grain production. Currently the property is leased and there are cattle grazing on the property. The hay was put up in September. The fencing is good on about 2/3rds of the farm but the old fence would need to replaced or rebuilt on the other 1/3. THE FOREST AND WILDLIFE The unspoiled and uncut forest contains about 5-10 acres of extremely interesting and diverse tree and plant species. Many trees dating back to the 1800s are interspersed with younger trees of varying age classes. Due to the well balanced mixture of hardwood and pine, the forest supports many different species of wildlife. White-tail deer, wild turkey, black bear, grey and fox squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, raccoons, opossums, turtles and bobcats are some of the more abundant species living in the forest. Because the forest has several old growth trees, several species of songbirds make their nest in the cavities and holes found only in older mature timber. Red tail hawks, ravens, jays and buzzards live in harmony with the largest woodpecker, the Pileated. The Pileated woodpecker can be 17 tall and sports a bright red cap and looks like it is wearing a tuxedo. There are 3 separate streams creating riparian/forest habitat. These rich hollows are dispersed among the fields, drier flats and ridges creating an enchanting environment in which to experience nature. The forest overstory on the drier sites is dominated by the pines (Red and Virginia) and the oak family; made up of red oak, black oak, scarlet oak, white oak and chestnut oak. The moister sites support a nice mix of red maple, sugar maple, yellow poplar, black walnut and black cherry. Mountain Laurel, dogwood, sassafras, serviceberry, spicebush, ironwood and wild honeysuckle can be found growing in the shade of the hollows. There is a terrific assortment of teaberry, mayapple, vines, mosses, ferns, lichens, toadstools and conks scattered amongst the forest floor. The forest is generally healthy and does not show any signs of decline other than the normal expected with a mature to overmature age class distribution. It is suggested to remain attentive and monitor the forest on a yearly basis for Gypsy Moth presence. BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS *The farm house was built in the early 1900s and is in need of restoration. It is wood-sided and has a galvanized tin roof. 4 bedrooms, living room, den and kitchen. *A large wooden barn that needs shoring up but otherwise is in good shape. *Smokehouse with Root cellar *A concrete block milking barn *Rabbit Hutches *Open Machinery Shed *Five wooden storage sheds *Nice well-kept wooden storage building DEED-SURVEY-TAX INFORMATION Since the property has not been occupied for many years, there is no current 911 address but the postal mailing address would be Rt.15 Waiteville WV, 24984. The property consists of approximately 103 acres, sold by the boundary and not by the acre. The property is currently being surveyed by Jim Wentz Surveying and results and a map of the survey will be available soon. Deeds for the property are recorded in Will Book21, Page 251. The tax parcel is located in Monroe County, Sweet Springs District, Tax Map 49, parcels 9. Taxes assessed for 2012 were $294.07.

17 acres Union, WV $249,500

17 acres Union, WV

Monroe County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 2 Baths | 2442 SqFt

DESCRIPTION Idyllic 17 +/- acre country farm on the headwaters of Indian Creek. The 5 bedroom farmhouse has plenty of living space indoors and out, including two covered porches. The property has about 9 acres in pasture and fields with the remainder in mountain woodlands. The charming farmhouse sits on a knoll surrounded by trees overlooking much of the farm and Indian Creek whose gentle waters meander through the property between the woodlands and fields. Two porch-swings are perfect for relaxing after a long day or listening to the raindrops on the metal roof during a thunderstorm. Two old barns painted in the classic barn red provide additional storage including a hayloft and place to park a tractor. The interior of one of the barns is composed on hand-hewn logs which date back to the turn of the century if not earlier. A two-car detached garage has space for plenty of storage or a workshop. The woodland is north-facing and its steep slopes are filled with delicate flowers like the red trillium and a bountiful selection of wild onion, locally known as ramps. From the top one has sweeping views of the property and up the valley. The fields are currently kept in hay and put into bales throughout the growing season. Some fencing is in place and sections could be easily completed for keeping in livestock and other farm animals. Indian Creek flows on the back side of the fields at the base of the woodlands and is a favorite watering site for the local wildlife. FARMHOUSE INFORMATION 2-Story Farm House Approximately 2,442 Sq ft Year Built: 1920 Total Finished Sq. Ft. 2,442 +/- Main Floor Sq. Ft. 1,846 +/- Upper Floor Sq. Ft. 569 +/- Basement Sq. Ft. 736 +/- Rooms: 9 Bedrooms: 5 Total Bathrooms: 2 Full Bathrooms: 2 Garage Type: 2 Car Detached Foundation: Concrete; Block Roof: Metal Date of Roof: Mid 1990s Floor: Hardwood Heat: Oil Furnace hot water baseboard, Jotul Wood stove, Propane log fireplace and wall mount heater Air Conditioning: None Items to Convey: Refrigerator, Stove/Oven, Dishwasher, Freezer, Generator, Lawn Mower, Wood Stove, Gas Logs, Wall Mount Gas Heater, Washer, Dryer, Office Desk & Chair, Swings Utilities: Water: Drilled well Sewer: Septic Gas: Propane {Delivered} Telephone: Landline Internet: Frontier, broadband Cellphone Coverage: very good Dimensions Main Floor Living Room 2016 Kitchen/Dining 1619.5 Den/ Dining Room 2012.5 Bedroom #1 13.516 Bedroom #2 13.512 Mud Room 76.5 Bathroom 6.57 Laundry/ Convertible Bedroom 11.514 Second Floor Bedroom #3 1316 Bedroom #4 1316 Bathroom 9.55 Hall 6.521 Basement Unfinished Front 3214 Back 2412 Garage 2426 LOCATION US 219 Seneca Trail Union, WV 24983 Latitude: 37.568587N Longitude: -080.559559W Elevation: THE SURROUNDING AREA The charming village of Union, which is the Monroe County seat, is just 2 miles up the road. Banking, healthcare facilities, drugstore, grocery shopping and a great family restaurant are readily available. Some of the friendliest people in West Virginia can be found in Monroe County. Monroe County has a population of about 13,000 residents and does not have a stoplight and has more cattle and sheep than people. In additional to the local pizza place, two local restaurants can be found in downtown Union packed each morning for breakfast and then again for lunch the Kalico Kitchen and Korner Kaf. Lewisburg, which is the Greenbrier County seat, was voted the Coolest Small Town in American in 2011 and is just a 25 minute drive to the thriving downtown historic district. The downtown boasts a year round live theatre, Carnegie Hall, several fabulous restaurants, antique shops and boutiques. There is also a modern hospital and all attendant medical facilities along with all the big box stores. The Greenbrier County Airport, which has WVs longest runway, is located just 45 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is an easy 45 minute drive and Snowshoe Ski Resort is about 2.5 hours. Roanoke is 90 minutes, DC is 4 hours and Charlotte is 3 hours away. ZONING This area of Monroe County currently has no zoning. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to contact the Monroe County Health Department for answers regarding installation of septic systems and water wells. Further information on county zoning may be answered by contacting the county commissioners. TAXES, DEED, LEGAL INFORMATION Monroe County Union District Map 15 Parcel 52 Deed Book 248, Page 285 Taxes 2013: Approximately $133 The mineral rights are believed to be conveyed with the surface. These rights have not been leased by the present owner. 24-Hour notice requested prior to viewing property. Call today to schedule your guided tour of this fantastic property.
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