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10057 Wolf Creek Rd

Alderson, WV 24910
  • $675,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 177 Days
  • MLS #: 22-448
UPDATED: 36 min ago
$675,000
  • 3
    BEDS
  • 138
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Type:
Farm
Built:
1977
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Description

The Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek, 138 acres of peaceful quiet Wild and Wonderful Monroe County, West Virginia. This property has it all, a quiet location off Route 3 at the 5-mile marker. Late 1970s era brick ranch home, two barns, three levels brick and frame workshop, and a large pole shed for equipment storage. The property includes an incredible 3/4 mile (approximately) long stretch of wonderful Wolf Creek. A sportsman paradise with abundant wildlife, good water, ready-to-farm pasture, and much more. Outstanding long-range mountain views await you from the Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek. Easy 15-minute drive to town from a property where you immediately feel at home, but you are not isolated from all the amenities needed for extremely comfortable everyday living.The perfect location to bring family and friends to enjoy the quiet farm life in historic Monroe County. Tax Assessor land data for Tax Parcel 8 (115 Acres +/-) minus exception " Pasture/Hay 65.85 acres (56.9%) " Deciduous Forest 40.77 acres (35.3%) " Mixed Forest 5.68 acres (4.9%) " Developed Open Space of 1.76 acres (1.5%) " Evergreen Forest 1.57 acres (1.4%) Tax Assessor land data for Tax Parcel 8.1 (25 Acres +/-) minus exception " Deciduous Forest 17.42 acres (75.7%) " Mixed Forest 2.66 acres (11.5%) " Developed Open Space of 2.23 acres (9.7%) " Developed Low Intensity 0.71 acre (3.1%) HIGHLIGHTS " 138 acres +/- sold by the boundary " All mineral rights available will convey " Approximately mile of wonderful Wolf Creek (blue line) " Three bedrooms, two bath brick ranch with attached garage " The Thompson brick ranch home, stick-built in circa. 1977, 1482 sq. ft. +/- " Large multi-purpose workshop " Bank type barn 53 x 30 " Haybarn 32 x 38.10 " Large equipment storage pole barn 28 x 70 maximum ceiling height 12.5 " Entrance drive tool shed 25.8 x 16.4 " Bedrooms on the entry-level " Outstanding decks on the farmhouse " You could develop to live off the grid " Electric baseboard heat " Shingle roof " All appliances convey " Built-in dishwasher " Woodburning fireplace " Laminate oak type floors and vinyl " Ceiling fans " Large closets " Vintage birch kitchen cabinets " Electric countertop range " Built-in electric oven " Kenmore side by side refrigerator with built-in water and ice " Crawl space " Paved parking area at home and the workshop " Attached garage 23.5 x 14.6 " Electric water heater " Well drilled by Honaker's in 2015, 140 feet, 28 feet of casing " Remnants of an early grist mill used by the pioneers " Outstanding workshop that could be converted into full or partial living quarters " Hughes Net Wi-Fi " View of mighty Keeney Mountain, the highest point in Summers County " Some fencing, currently not cattle grazing  fencing would need to be improved " Beautiful sunrises and sunsets LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.677121(N), -80.643344(W) Address: 10057 Wolf Creek Road, Alderson, WV 24910 Elevation Range: 1544 feet to 1874 feet +/- Estimated drive times Charleston, WV  2 hours Charlotte, NC  4 hours Charlottesville, VA  2.5 hours Columbus, OH  5 hours Huntington, WV - 3 hours Knoxville, TN  4 hours Lexington, KY  5 hours Lexington, VA  1.5 hours Martinsburg, WV  3.5 hours Morgantown, WV  3 hours Nashville, TN  6 hours Pittsburgh, PA  4 hours Raleigh, NC  5 hours Roanoke, VA  2 hours Richmond, VA  4 hours Staunton, VA  2 hours Washington, DC  4.5 hours Wheeling, WV  4.5 hours HISTORY OF WOLF CREEK (Wolfcreek) Wolf Creek is one of the oldest settlements in the Greenbrier Valley and goes back to the very frontier days. Baughman's Fort near Alderson at the mouth of the Wolf was purportedly settled in 1751. Information about Baughman's Fort is available from the local historical societies. Today Wolf Creek is a sleepy pastoral village in Monroe County with a Post Office, church, and a community building with a sparse population living near the waters of Broad Run and Wolf Creek. Today, the Greenbrier Valley and Monroe County: Much of the past is still alive in Monroe County. The County seat of Union is a modern-day Mayberry, where folks still speak to each other in passing. Union offers all the shopping and business needs for everyday life; you will find an excellent hometown supermarket, hardware, quaint restaurants, attorney, insurance agents, pharmacy, the Bank of Monroe, the courthouse, service stations, and many other businesses. One thing that you will not find in Monroe County is a 4-lane highway, a franchise fast food, or a stoplight. Monroe County is still an agriculturally based lifestyle with farm families that go back hundreds of years. The population of Monroe County is 13,401; however, the cattle population historically is generally higher. THE HOMES AND BUILDINGS The Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek The Farmhouse was constructed circa. 1977 brick ranch style with three bedrooms and two baths. Outstanding view of Keeney's Mountain (highest point in Summers County). The home has three bedrooms and two baths, a large kitchen, living room with a wood-burning fireplace. The house is heated by electric baseboard heat and a wood-burning fireplace. The home has an inviting covered patio with a concrete floor. The farmhouse is awaiting new renovations by the next owner. Room information Entry Level Living Room 19.4 x 14.8 Kitchen 15 x 12.8 Bath J & J 7.5 x 7.4 Bedroom 1 14.1 x 11.5 Bedroom 2 11.3 x 14.1 Bedroom 3 11.3 x 11.7 Bath 5.8 x 5 Utility Room 11.8 x 6 Hallway 12 x 6.4 Attached garage 23.5 x 14.6 Exterior Covered front porch 7 x 12.9 Covered patio 24 x 15 and offset 28 x 10 FARM BUILDINGS Multi-purpose workshop/garage 33.6 x 22 x 23.6 x 12.5 Barn, closest to the home, 32 x 38.10 Bank barn in the field 53 x 30 Entrance drive tool shed 25.8 x 16.4 Large equipment storage pole barn 28 x 70 maximum ceiling height 12.5 FOREST/TIMBER RESOURCES A portion of the farm includes edge forest land, creating the perfect blend for hunting and wildlife watching. An estimate for the value of the forest has not been

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10057 Wolf Creek Rd Alderson, WV 24910

  • Price: $675,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 177 Days
  • Updated: 36 min ago
  • MLS #: 22-448
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
½ Baths
138
Acres
1977
Built
Neighborhood:
Wolfcreek
County:
Monroe
Area:
Wolfcreek
Elementary School:
Union
Middle School:
Other
High School:
James Monroe
Property Description
The Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek, 138 acres of peaceful quiet Wild and Wonderful Monroe County, West Virginia. This property has it all, a quiet location off Route 3 at the 5-mile marker. Late 1970s era brick ranch home, two barns, three levels brick and frame workshop, and a large pole shed for equipment storage. The property includes an incredible 3/4 mile (approximately) long stretch of wonderful Wolf Creek. A sportsman paradise with abundant wildlife, good water, ready-to-farm pasture, and much more. Outstanding long-range mountain views await you from the Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek. Easy 15-minute drive to town from a property where you immediately feel at home, but you are not isolated from all the amenities needed for extremely comfortable everyday living.The perfect location to bring family and friends to enjoy the quiet farm life in historic Monroe County. Tax Assessor land data for Tax Parcel 8 (115 Acres +/-) minus exception " Pasture/Hay 65.85 acres (56.9%) " Deciduous Forest 40.77 acres (35.3%) " Mixed Forest 5.68 acres (4.9%) " Developed Open Space of 1.76 acres (1.5%) " Evergreen Forest 1.57 acres (1.4%) Tax Assessor land data for Tax Parcel 8.1 (25 Acres +/-) minus exception " Deciduous Forest 17.42 acres (75.7%) " Mixed Forest 2.66 acres (11.5%) " Developed Open Space of 2.23 acres (9.7%) " Developed Low Intensity 0.71 acre (3.1%) HIGHLIGHTS " 138 acres +/- sold by the boundary " All mineral rights available will convey " Approximately mile of wonderful Wolf Creek (blue line) " Three bedrooms, two bath brick ranch with attached garage " The Thompson brick ranch home, stick-built in circa. 1977, 1482 sq. ft. +/- " Large multi-purpose workshop " Bank type barn 53 x 30 " Haybarn 32 x 38.10 " Large equipment storage pole barn 28 x 70 maximum ceiling height 12.5 " Entrance drive tool shed 25.8 x 16.4 " Bedrooms on the entry-level " Outstanding decks on the farmhouse " You could develop to live off the grid " Electric baseboard heat " Shingle roof " All appliances convey " Built-in dishwasher " Woodburning fireplace " Laminate oak type floors and vinyl " Ceiling fans " Large closets " Vintage birch kitchen cabinets " Electric countertop range " Built-in electric oven " Kenmore side by side refrigerator with built-in water and ice " Crawl space " Paved parking area at home and the workshop " Attached garage 23.5 x 14.6 " Electric water heater " Well drilled by Honaker's in 2015, 140 feet, 28 feet of casing " Remnants of an early grist mill used by the pioneers " Outstanding workshop that could be converted into full or partial living quarters " Hughes Net Wi-Fi " View of mighty Keeney Mountain, the highest point in Summers County " Some fencing, currently not cattle grazing  fencing would need to be improved " Beautiful sunrises and sunsets LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.677121(N), -80.643344(W) Address: 10057 Wolf Creek Road, Alderson, WV 24910 Elevation Range: 1544 feet to 1874 feet +/- Estimated drive times Charleston, WV  2 hours Charlotte, NC  4 hours Charlottesville, VA  2.5 hours Columbus, OH  5 hours Huntington, WV - 3 hours Knoxville, TN  4 hours Lexington, KY  5 hours Lexington, VA  1.5 hours Martinsburg, WV  3.5 hours Morgantown, WV  3 hours Nashville, TN  6 hours Pittsburgh, PA  4 hours Raleigh, NC  5 hours Roanoke, VA  2 hours Richmond, VA  4 hours Staunton, VA  2 hours Washington, DC  4.5 hours Wheeling, WV  4.5 hours HISTORY OF WOLF CREEK (Wolfcreek) Wolf Creek is one of the oldest settlements in the Greenbrier Valley and goes back to the very frontier days. Baughman's Fort near Alderson at the mouth of the Wolf was purportedly settled in 1751. Information about Baughman's Fort is available from the local historical societies. Today Wolf Creek is a sleepy pastoral village in Monroe County with a Post Office, church, and a community building with a sparse population living near the waters of Broad Run and Wolf Creek. Today, the Greenbrier Valley and Monroe County: Much of the past is still alive in Monroe County. The County seat of Union is a modern-day Mayberry, where folks still speak to each other in passing. Union offers all the shopping and business needs for everyday life; you will find an excellent hometown supermarket, hardware, quaint restaurants, attorney, insurance agents, pharmacy, the Bank of Monroe, the courthouse, service stations, and many other businesses. One thing that you will not find in Monroe County is a 4-lane highway, a franchise fast food, or a stoplight. Monroe County is still an agriculturally based lifestyle with farm families that go back hundreds of years. The population of Monroe County is 13,401; however, the cattle population historically is generally higher. THE HOMES AND BUILDINGS The Thompson Farm on Wolf Creek The Farmhouse was constructed circa. 1977 brick ranch style with three bedrooms and two baths. Outstanding view of Keeney's Mountain (highest point in Summers County). The home has three bedrooms and two baths, a large kitchen, living room with a wood-burning fireplace. The house is heated by electric baseboard heat and a wood-burning fireplace. The home has an inviting covered patio with a concrete floor. The farmhouse is awaiting new renovations by the next owner. Room information Entry Level Living Room 19.4 x 14.8 Kitchen 15 x 12.8 Bath J & J 7.5 x 7.4 Bedroom 1 14.1 x 11.5 Bedroom 2 11.3 x 14.1 Bedroom 3 11.3 x 11.7 Bath 5.8 x 5 Utility Room 11.8 x 6 Hallway 12 x 6.4 Attached garage 23.5 x 14.6 Exterior Covered front porch 7 x 12.9 Covered patio 24 x 15 and offset 28 x 10 FARM BUILDINGS Multi-purpose workshop/garage 33.6 x 22 x 23.6 x 12.5 Barn, closest to the home, 32 x 38.10 Bank barn in the field 53 x 30 Entrance drive tool shed 25.8 x 16.4 Large equipment storage pole barn 28 x 70 maximum ceiling height 12.5 FOREST/TIMBER RESOURCES A portion of the farm includes edge forest land, creating the perfect blend for hunting and wildlife watching. An estimate for the value of the forest has not been
Exterior Features

Construction Type Site-Built (Stick) Exterior Material BlockBrick Features Exterior Patio Yes Foundation Block Garage Stall 1 Garage Type Attached Miscellaneous Porch Patio Deck Covered Porch Miscellaneous Porch Patio Deck Loc Back Style Ranch Views MountainStream/CreekValley

Interior Features

Air Conditioning None Feature Kitchen Bath Solid Surface Flooring LaminateVinyl Heating Electric Baseboard Items To Convey Ceiling FansClothes DryerClothes WasherCounter Top RangeDishwasherMicrowaveRefrigerator Total Bathrooms 2.00 Total Rooms 5 Utilities Air Conditioner None

Property Features

Flood Plain Unknown Land Information Pasture Acres 65.00 Lot Size Sold By The Boundary Other Structures Barn 2 Tax Year 2021 Taxes 804.74 Utilities Sewer Septic Utilities Water Well Water Accessibility Number Of Creeks Streams Wolf Creek

Listing information © 2022 Greenbrier Valley Board of REALTORS®, Inc.
Listing provided courtesy of Randy Burdette of Foxfire Realty: (304) 645-7674.


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