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    203 Neptune Dr

    Beckley, WV 25801
    • $131,750
    • STATUS: Closed
    • ON SITE: 137 days
    • MLS #: 21-437
    Sold - 09/22/2021
    $131,750
    SOLD - 09/22/2021
    • 3
      BEDS
    • 0.33
      ACRES
    • 3
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
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    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1995
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    Description

    This property is a clean modern brick ranch style 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with a full basement. The property includes a large, detached garage. Sold by a Special warranty deed.SOLD AS IS.Brick ranch style home, circa 1995Approx. square footage of the entry level 1284 sq. ft.3 Bedrooms3 baths, 1 full, Two 3/4Full unfinished basement with walk outCentral heat and airAuxiliary wood stove in the basementLarge, detached garage 46' x 21'2020 property taxes $923.13Off Harper Road and WVTP exit 44 interchange.Easy drive to BeckleyLocation Google Coordinates: 81.214831 W,37.796715 N Address: 203 Neptune Drive, Beckley WV 25801 Elevation Range: 2438 ft. Home Room Dimensions Living Room 14.5 x 24.8 Kitchen 14.5 x 14.1 Breakfast Nook 10.7 x 14.1 Master Bedroom 14 x 16.5 Master Bath with shower stall 5.9 x 8.6 2 Bedroom 12.9 x 11.9 3 Bedroom 13.2 x 10.6 Hallway Bath, Full 8.2 x 7.9 Hallway to Bedroom 3.5 x 19.3 Foyer 7 x 5.6 Exterior Deck 10 x 14 BASEMENT 47 X 28 Storage Room 8.5 x 4.10 Basement Bath, with shower stall GARAGE Detached Garage 46 x 21 UTILITIES Water: public water is supplied by Beckley Water Co. Electricity: on-property electric service is supplied by AEP Natural Gas: is supplied by Mountaineer Gas Co. Internet: high-speed service available Fire Service: 1 mile from Beckley Fire Department Cell: Coverage excellent with 4G supplied by several carriers Sewer: City of Beckley BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY The property is being sold by the existing legal description and not by the acre. ACCESS/FRONTAGE Accessed by paved drive accessed from Neptune Drive ZONING The property is zoned by the Raleigh County. All prospective buyers should consult the county planning/zoning office regarding zoning and building codes. Raleigh County Planning and Zoning Phone: (304) 255-9146https://raleighcounty.org/planning-and-zoning/ DEED AND TAX INFORMATION Property legal information: Raleigh County, WV Tax district, 11 Town Tax map 25, Parcel 15 Deed Roll 5069, Page 8228  Tax map 25, Parcel 15  Parcel ID 1125001500000000  Alternate ID 06032376  2020 property taxes $923.13. Information is derived from public records. PUBLIC SCHOOLS Several public and private schools operate in and near Beckley by the authority of the Raleigh County School District, and homeschool programs are supported. Public Elementary School: Beckley-Stratton Elementary School Public Middle School: Park Middle School Public High School: Woodrow Wilson High School HISTORIC DOWNTOWN BECKLEY The economic center of southern West Virginia, Beckley, and its downtown blossomed during the first half of the 20th century from a quiet courthouse village into a sprawling city of more than 20,000 residents. Fueled by the growth of the region's coal mining industry, it had also benefitted from its location along a natural travel route between the East Coast and Midwest. Expressways that meet at Beckley today shadow historic roads that joined in what's now the city's historic downtown. Around that road junction in 1835, Alfred Beckley platted a village, which became the site of a small country courthouse. The community grew slowly until World War I, after which the small collection of wooden and brick buildings began to increase in quality and dimension. What is now the downtown began to extend outward along avenues such as Neville Street, where village homes were replaced by civic and commercial buildings of brick and stone, two to four stories tall. The downtown was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994, securing for property owners within the district the financing to improve properties and restore them to the 1900-1945 period. In 2015, West Virginia University acquired buildings in and adjacent to the downtown and moved its technology campus to Beckley. In recent years, the potential of the downtown to benefit from proximity to the growing campus has attracted investment and much speculative attention. BECKLEY AREA The largest city in southern West Virginia, Beckley is home to more than 16,000 residents and a larger population of more than 73,000 residents who live in surrounding Raleigh County. Its market area is estimated at more than 200,000, which includes inhabitants of most adjacent counties. The city is located at the junction of four expressways including Interstates 64 and 77and is less than a day's drive from half the U.S. population. The region is famous for its pleasant climate and diverse outdoor-recreation opportunities. An estimated two million tourists visit the Beckley area annually, exploring nearby state and national parks and attractions such as Winterplace Ski Resort, the New River Gorge Bridge, and the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine. miles of hiking trail wanders the area, including Endless Wall Trail, named the nation's best national park hiking trail by USA Today in 2015. Managed by the National Park Service, the New River Gorge is nationally renowned as a destination for hiking, rock-climbing, and whitewater rafting, while ATV touring has also become a popular vacation pastime in the mountains to the west. Just north of the city, the Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve annually welcomes tens of thousands of scouts to the region. In 2019 it hosted more than 45,000 during the World Scout Jamboree. Seven golf courses are within a half hour's drive of the city, and countless Twenty-nine hotels operate in the Beckley area, and the region's highest concentration of lodging facilities is located two miles from the property at I-77 exit 44, adjacent to the Beckley Travel Plaza at the Tamarack arts retail center. Most national retail stores and restaurants may be found at Beckley as well as a growing number of specialty shops and restaurants. More than 49,000 motorists pass by the exit daily, according to the West Virginia Parkways Authority. Flight service is provided through the Raleigh County Memorial Airport, a 15-minute drive from the property, while Yeager provides service to Charlotte, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago

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    203 Neptune Dr Beckley, WV 25801

    • Price: $145,000
    • Status: Closed
    • MLS #: 21-437
    3
    Beds
    3
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    0.33
    Acres
    1995
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Other
    County:
    Raleigh
    Area:
    Other
    Elementary School:
    Other
    Middle School:
    Other
    High School:
    Other
    Property Description
    This property is a clean modern brick ranch style 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with a full basement. The property includes a large, detached garage. Sold by a Special warranty deed.SOLD AS IS.Brick ranch style home, circa 1995Approx. square footage of the entry level 1284 sq. ft.3 Bedrooms3 baths, 1 full, Two 3/4Full unfinished basement with walk outCentral heat and airAuxiliary wood stove in the basementLarge, detached garage 46' x 21'2020 property taxes $923.13Off Harper Road and WVTP exit 44 interchange.Easy drive to BeckleyLocation Google Coordinates: 81.214831 W,37.796715 N Address: 203 Neptune Drive, Beckley WV 25801 Elevation Range: 2438 ft. Home Room Dimensions Living Room 14.5 x 24.8 Kitchen 14.5 x 14.1 Breakfast Nook 10.7 x 14.1 Master Bedroom 14 x 16.5 Master Bath with shower stall 5.9 x 8.6 2 Bedroom 12.9 x 11.9 3 Bedroom 13.2 x 10.6 Hallway Bath, Full 8.2 x 7.9 Hallway to Bedroom 3.5 x 19.3 Foyer 7 x 5.6 Exterior Deck 10 x 14 BASEMENT 47 X 28 Storage Room 8.5 x 4.10 Basement Bath, with shower stall GARAGE Detached Garage 46 x 21 UTILITIES Water: public water is supplied by Beckley Water Co. Electricity: on-property electric service is supplied by AEP Natural Gas: is supplied by Mountaineer Gas Co. Internet: high-speed service available Fire Service: 1 mile from Beckley Fire Department Cell: Coverage excellent with 4G supplied by several carriers Sewer: City of Beckley BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY The property is being sold by the existing legal description and not by the acre. ACCESS/FRONTAGE Accessed by paved drive accessed from Neptune Drive ZONING The property is zoned by the Raleigh County. All prospective buyers should consult the county planning/zoning office regarding zoning and building codes. Raleigh County Planning and Zoning Phone: (304) 255-9146https://raleighcounty.org/planning-and-zoning/ DEED AND TAX INFORMATION Property legal information: Raleigh County, WV Tax district, 11 Town Tax map 25, Parcel 15 Deed Roll 5069, Page 8228  Tax map 25, Parcel 15  Parcel ID 1125001500000000  Alternate ID 06032376  2020 property taxes $923.13. Information is derived from public records. PUBLIC SCHOOLS Several public and private schools operate in and near Beckley by the authority of the Raleigh County School District, and homeschool programs are supported. Public Elementary School: Beckley-Stratton Elementary School Public Middle School: Park Middle School Public High School: Woodrow Wilson High School HISTORIC DOWNTOWN BECKLEY The economic center of southern West Virginia, Beckley, and its downtown blossomed during the first half of the 20th century from a quiet courthouse village into a sprawling city of more than 20,000 residents. Fueled by the growth of the region's coal mining industry, it had also benefitted from its location along a natural travel route between the East Coast and Midwest. Expressways that meet at Beckley today shadow historic roads that joined in what's now the city's historic downtown. Around that road junction in 1835, Alfred Beckley platted a village, which became the site of a small country courthouse. The community grew slowly until World War I, after which the small collection of wooden and brick buildings began to increase in quality and dimension. What is now the downtown began to extend outward along avenues such as Neville Street, where village homes were replaced by civic and commercial buildings of brick and stone, two to four stories tall. The downtown was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994, securing for property owners within the district the financing to improve properties and restore them to the 1900-1945 period. In 2015, West Virginia University acquired buildings in and adjacent to the downtown and moved its technology campus to Beckley. In recent years, the potential of the downtown to benefit from proximity to the growing campus has attracted investment and much speculative attention. BECKLEY AREA The largest city in southern West Virginia, Beckley is home to more than 16,000 residents and a larger population of more than 73,000 residents who live in surrounding Raleigh County. Its market area is estimated at more than 200,000, which includes inhabitants of most adjacent counties. The city is located at the junction of four expressways including Interstates 64 and 77and is less than a day's drive from half the U.S. population. The region is famous for its pleasant climate and diverse outdoor-recreation opportunities. An estimated two million tourists visit the Beckley area annually, exploring nearby state and national parks and attractions such as Winterplace Ski Resort, the New River Gorge Bridge, and the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine. miles of hiking trail wanders the area, including Endless Wall Trail, named the nation's best national park hiking trail by USA Today in 2015. Managed by the National Park Service, the New River Gorge is nationally renowned as a destination for hiking, rock-climbing, and whitewater rafting, while ATV touring has also become a popular vacation pastime in the mountains to the west. Just north of the city, the Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve annually welcomes tens of thousands of scouts to the region. In 2019 it hosted more than 45,000 during the World Scout Jamboree. Seven golf courses are within a half hour's drive of the city, and countless Twenty-nine hotels operate in the Beckley area, and the region's highest concentration of lodging facilities is located two miles from the property at I-77 exit 44, adjacent to the Beckley Travel Plaza at the Tamarack arts retail center. Most national retail stores and restaurants may be found at Beckley as well as a growing number of specialty shops and restaurants. More than 49,000 motorists pass by the exit daily, according to the West Virginia Parkways Authority. Flight service is provided through the Raleigh County Memorial Airport, a 15-minute drive from the property, while Yeager provides service to Charlotte, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago
    Exterior Features

    Construction Type Site-Built (Stick) Exterior Material Brick Features Exterior Deck Yes Features Exterior Porch Yes Foundation BlockConcrete Garage Stall 2+ Garage Type Detached Roofing Shingles Style Ranch Views Street ViewSunrise / Eastern

    Interior Features

    Air Conditioning Central Air Countertops Bath Solid Surface Countertops Kitchen Solid Surface Fireplace Stove Fireplace Free Stand Yes Flooring CarpetConcreteLaminate Heating Forced Air Items To Convey Ceiling FansClothes DryerClothes WasherRange/OvenRefrigeratorWindow TreatmentsWood Burning Stove Mech Elect Systems Cable AvailableHigh Speed Internet Total Bathrooms 3.00 Total Rooms 10

    Property Features

    Flood Plain No Miscellaneous Hoa No Street Addl Info Drive Tax Year 2020 Taxes 923.00 Type Of Sale Traditional/Conventional Zoning Residential

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    Listing provided courtesy of Randy S. Burdette of Foxfire Realty.


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