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15745 Wv-12

FOREST HILL, WV 24935
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  • STATUS: Closed
  • ON SITE: 357 Days
  • MLS #: 23-704
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  • 3
    BEDS
  • 30
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Farm
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1947
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Description

The Smith Farm and Homeplace in Wild and Wonderful Forest Hill, Summers County, WV. This beautiful property includes 30 acres, that includes a brand new survey. This farm includes a comfortable 1432 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. A detached 2 car garage work make a great workshop and offers storage opportunities. The farm includes approx. 10 acres in sweeping meadows along Rt. 12FOREST HILL and SUMMERS COUNTY Forest Hill is undoubtedly one of the oldest areas within the Indian Creek and Greenbrier River Watersheds. Evidence of pre-historic peoples living in the area has long been discovered. Unusual mounds in the area caused great speculation by the early settlers in the western Virginia frontier. Today the pastoral, unincorporated farming community of Forest Hill has a fire department, several churches, a medical clinic, a post office, an art gallery, and an Amish baked goods store. Residents of Forest Hill enjoy four seasons of living in the southeastern region of West Virginia. The most recent census shows a population of 587 with a median age of 62.7 years. Forest Hill offers an excellent lifestyle and culture for long-time families as well as folks looking to resettle into an area with low property taxes and great freedom from the umbrella of rights that "Mountaineers are always free." Hinton is the southern gateway to the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. The town has a large historic district, a railroad museum, antique shops, and restaurants. After crossing the bridge at Hinton, you will begin driving alongside the New River down River Road. There are great riverside vistas on this favorite route for a casual drive along the waterfront. Boaters, motorcyclists, fishermen, and vehicle cruises on the roadway and the river are a common sight. Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny mountains lies a place where the rivers flow, and the eagles soar. A place where small-town charm is around every corner and outdoor recreation is the norm. A place where porch sitting is earned after days spent hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. It is a place that remembers its past and looks toward the future. Banking, healthcare facilities, a regional hospital, fast food restaurants, drugstores, grocery stores, hardware, auto parts, and farm supply are readily available in nearby Hinton, the county seat of Summers. Hinton has some local hometown restaurants that are great places to meet friends and enjoy a great home-cooked meal. TALCOTT, HILLDALE, LOWELL, AND PENCE SPRINGS The small communities of Talcott, Lowell, and Pence Springs are a vital part of the community. Talcott is the home of the famous John Henry legend and hosts a yearly festival called John Henry Days. Talcott has the John Henry Park, a museum, and a post office. Hilldale has a brand-new Dollar General Store plus a convenience general store with gasoline sales. Lowell is home to the famous Lowell Market, a general store with a deli with the best breakfast biscuits for miles around. The store sells food, sporting goods, bait, hardware, lottery tickets, along with a host of other goods. Pence Springs is the home of the incredible Pence Springs Flea Market, held Sundays from April - the end of October. Dozens of vendors set up offering antiques, collectibles, guns, households, and various goods and tools. Another mainstay in Pence Springs is the Country Road Store, known to locals as the Pence Springs Wallyworld. The stocked inventory includes food, gasoline and fuels, pizza, sporting goods, camping supplies, and hardware. As a former owner, Bird Keatley used to say, "If we don't have it, do you really need it"? Greenbrier Girls Academy sitting high on a knoll in the Pence, is a private school on the grounds of the former Pence Springs Hotel. HIGHLIGHTS 30 Acres +/- The beautiful Indian Creek Valley of Summers and Monroe 1432 square foot +/- home Constructed circa 1947 A spring is located in the field area Mix of forest and open meadow, excellent for wildlife Three bedrooms Two baths Large covered front porch 26 x 15 Carpet and vinyl flooring Spacious kitchen cabinetry Natural gas range Built-in dishwasher Wild and Wonderful Summers County Beautiful pastoral views Located in a farming community Washer and dryer hookup on the entry-level Modern replacement vinyl windows Natural gas radiant heat Rheem central air conditioner Ceiling fans Detached two-car garage Excellent recreational area for kids and adults Shingle roof Drilled well Paved driveway Low property taxes Septic system Volunteer fire department 0.4 miles Easy walking distance to the post office On a school bus route Amish Community nearby Only a short drive to thousands of public acres at Bluestone Wildlife Management Easy drive to Pipestem Resort State Park 10-minute drive to golf at the Hinton Elks Club 25-minute drive to Fountain Springs Golf Course 2 minutes to the Monroe Health Center medical clinic Historic Cook's Mill in nearby Greenville Three rivers converge in nearby Hinton ARH Summers County Hospital, a 10-minute drive Wonderful Indian Creek is a short drive Gotta Stop convenience and Dollar General 10-minute drive Minutes to Peterstown, historic Union, and Hinton Easy drive to Roanoke's jet airport Amtrak train station at nearby Hinton Pence Springs Flea Market is a 15-minute drive Superior access by state-maintained paved roads - FedEx, UPS, and USPS delivery Cell phone coverage is good with Verizon Fur-bearing - deer, black bear, squirrel, rabbit, bobcat, raccoon, fox, chipmunk, opossum Winged wildlife - eagles, hawks, owls, ravens, turkeys, and Neotropical songbirds * Square footage is derived from public records HOME DETAILS ROOM SIZES Room name - size Eat in Kitchen 13 x 11 Living Room 19 x 16 Master bedroom 13 x 10 Master bath with washer and dryer 9 x 9 Bedroom Two 11 x 10 Bedroom Three 11 x 10 Bath Two 7 x 5 Hall 9 x 5 Bonus room 19 x 6 Covered front porch 26 x 15 LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.571288, -80.789383 Address: 15745 State

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15745 Wv-12 FOREST HILL, WV 24935

  • Price: $299,000
  • Status: Closed
  • On Site: 357 Days
  • Updated: 116 min ago
  • MLS #: 23-704
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
½ Baths
30
Acres
1947
Built
Neighborhood:
Forest Hill
County:
Summers
Area:
Forest Hill
Elementary School:
Other
Middle School:
Other
High School:
Hinton
Property Description
The Smith Farm and Homeplace in Wild and Wonderful Forest Hill, Summers County, WV. This beautiful property includes 30 acres, that includes a brand new survey. This farm includes a comfortable 1432 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. A detached 2 car garage work make a great workshop and offers storage opportunities. The farm includes approx. 10 acres in sweeping meadows along Rt. 12FOREST HILL and SUMMERS COUNTY Forest Hill is undoubtedly one of the oldest areas within the Indian Creek and Greenbrier River Watersheds. Evidence of pre-historic peoples living in the area has long been discovered. Unusual mounds in the area caused great speculation by the early settlers in the western Virginia frontier. Today the pastoral, unincorporated farming community of Forest Hill has a fire department, several churches, a medical clinic, a post office, an art gallery, and an Amish baked goods store. Residents of Forest Hill enjoy four seasons of living in the southeastern region of West Virginia. The most recent census shows a population of 587 with a median age of 62.7 years. Forest Hill offers an excellent lifestyle and culture for long-time families as well as folks looking to resettle into an area with low property taxes and great freedom from the umbrella of rights that "Mountaineers are always free." Hinton is the southern gateway to the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. The town has a large historic district, a railroad museum, antique shops, and restaurants. After crossing the bridge at Hinton, you will begin driving alongside the New River down River Road. There are great riverside vistas on this favorite route for a casual drive along the waterfront. Boaters, motorcyclists, fishermen, and vehicle cruises on the roadway and the river are a common sight. Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny mountains lies a place where the rivers flow, and the eagles soar. A place where small-town charm is around every corner and outdoor recreation is the norm. A place where porch sitting is earned after days spent hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. It is a place that remembers its past and looks toward the future. Banking, healthcare facilities, a regional hospital, fast food restaurants, drugstores, grocery stores, hardware, auto parts, and farm supply are readily available in nearby Hinton, the county seat of Summers. Hinton has some local hometown restaurants that are great places to meet friends and enjoy a great home-cooked meal. TALCOTT, HILLDALE, LOWELL, AND PENCE SPRINGS The small communities of Talcott, Lowell, and Pence Springs are a vital part of the community. Talcott is the home of the famous John Henry legend and hosts a yearly festival called John Henry Days. Talcott has the John Henry Park, a museum, and a post office. Hilldale has a brand-new Dollar General Store plus a convenience general store with gasoline sales. Lowell is home to the famous Lowell Market, a general store with a deli with the best breakfast biscuits for miles around. The store sells food, sporting goods, bait, hardware, lottery tickets, along with a host of other goods. Pence Springs is the home of the incredible Pence Springs Flea Market, held Sundays from April - the end of October. Dozens of vendors set up offering antiques, collectibles, guns, households, and various goods and tools. Another mainstay in Pence Springs is the Country Road Store, known to locals as the Pence Springs Wallyworld. The stocked inventory includes food, gasoline and fuels, pizza, sporting goods, camping supplies, and hardware. As a former owner, Bird Keatley used to say, "If we don't have it, do you really need it"? Greenbrier Girls Academy sitting high on a knoll in the Pence, is a private school on the grounds of the former Pence Springs Hotel. HIGHLIGHTS 30 Acres +/- The beautiful Indian Creek Valley of Summers and Monroe 1432 square foot +/- home Constructed circa 1947 A spring is located in the field area Mix of forest and open meadow, excellent for wildlife Three bedrooms Two baths Large covered front porch 26 x 15 Carpet and vinyl flooring Spacious kitchen cabinetry Natural gas range Built-in dishwasher Wild and Wonderful Summers County Beautiful pastoral views Located in a farming community Washer and dryer hookup on the entry-level Modern replacement vinyl windows Natural gas radiant heat Rheem central air conditioner Ceiling fans Detached two-car garage Excellent recreational area for kids and adults Shingle roof Drilled well Paved driveway Low property taxes Septic system Volunteer fire department 0.4 miles Easy walking distance to the post office On a school bus route Amish Community nearby Only a short drive to thousands of public acres at Bluestone Wildlife Management Easy drive to Pipestem Resort State Park 10-minute drive to golf at the Hinton Elks Club 25-minute drive to Fountain Springs Golf Course 2 minutes to the Monroe Health Center medical clinic Historic Cook's Mill in nearby Greenville Three rivers converge in nearby Hinton ARH Summers County Hospital, a 10-minute drive Wonderful Indian Creek is a short drive Gotta Stop convenience and Dollar General 10-minute drive Minutes to Peterstown, historic Union, and Hinton Easy drive to Roanoke's jet airport Amtrak train station at nearby Hinton Pence Springs Flea Market is a 15-minute drive Superior access by state-maintained paved roads - FedEx, UPS, and USPS delivery Cell phone coverage is good with Verizon Fur-bearing - deer, black bear, squirrel, rabbit, bobcat, raccoon, fox, chipmunk, opossum Winged wildlife - eagles, hawks, owls, ravens, turkeys, and Neotropical songbirds * Square footage is derived from public records HOME DETAILS ROOM SIZES Room name - size Eat in Kitchen 13 x 11 Living Room 19 x 16 Master bedroom 13 x 10 Master bath with washer and dryer 9 x 9 Bedroom Two 11 x 10 Bedroom Three 11 x 10 Bath Two 7 x 5 Hall 9 x 5 Bonus room 19 x 6 Covered front porch 26 x 15 LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.571288, -80.789383 Address: 15745 State
Exterior Features

Construction Type Site-built (Stick) Exterior Material Block Features Exterior Porch Front covered Foundation BlockConcrete Garage Stall 2 Garage Type Detached Miscellaneous Porch Patio Deck Covered Porch Miscellaneous Porch Patio Deck Loc Front Roofing Shingles Style 1 Story Views Pastoral ViewValley

Interior Features

Air Conditioning Central Air Feature Kitchen Bath Butcher BlockSolid Surface Flooring CarpetVinyl Heating Radiant Heat Total Bathrooms 2.00 Total Rooms 5 Utilities Air Conditioner Central Air

Property Features

Documents Survey Flood Plain No Land Information Pasture Acres 10.00 Land Information Wooded Acres 18.50 Other Structures Outbuilding two Property Attributes Historic Tax Year 2022 Taxes 244.00 Utilities Sewer Septic Utilities Water Well Water Accessibility Number Of Springs In the meadow area

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Listing provided courtesy of Randy Burdette of Foxfire Realty.


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