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    3220 Little Stoney Creek Rd

    FOREST HILL, WV 24935
    • $275,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 33 days
    • MLS #: 21-1309
    UPDATED: 60 min ago
    $275,000
    • 3
      BEDS
    • 28
      ACRES
    • 2
      BATHS
    • 1
      1/2 BATHS
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    Farm
    Built:
    2013
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    Description

    28 Acres with Carl's Cabin and Farm in Wild and Wonderful Monroe County, WV This beautiful 28 acres gem is near the community of Forest Hill in absolutely gorgeous farm country . The property lies on Little Stony Creek Road just past the New Hope Church. The Amish crafted 2 story log and timberframe home includes approx. 28 acres Carl's Cabin is a work still in progress, but is livable with additional work that the new owners can finish out. The cabin is constructed of high quality Appalachian brands logs. The cabin has an amazing full wrap around porch. The cabin is surrounded by huge oaks and maple trees for wonderful natural shade.The farm would make a wonderful horse farm. Currently neighbors have short term agreements to keep horses and cattle. The property can also be purchased in two tracts, Tract A the cabin and 28 acres for $275,000.00 and Tract B the 17-acre field for $139,000.00 HIGHLIGHTS In the heart of the Summers and Monroe Counties farmlands Amish constructed Appalachian Log home (livable but still a work in progress) 44.44 deeded acres by survey Two story log cabin with timber frame top 32 feet x 40 feet Entry level 1280 sq. ft., upper level 960 sq. ft. Incredible complete wrap around covered porch 10 feet wide x 184 feet 3 Bedrooms 2.5 bath Total Square footage 2240 Master bedroom with large full bathroom with antique cast iron tub, plus shower with double shower heads Dedicated electric circuits in each room for AC or heaters Wood burning stove on entry level Open kitchen with room to cook PLEX plumbing lines Beautiful antique oak post columns with dogwood medallions installed on the entry level Sliding glass patio doors from the kitchen area to the back section of covered porch Never any tobacco use or pets in the cabin Guest house 24 x 12 Appalachian Log structure in the beginning stages Opportunity for an Airbnb Cabin area fenced to prevent livestock roaming Excellent horse farm 2020 hay production $2,600.00 used on the farm Currently qualifies for Farm use tax status Plumbing set up for easy winterproofing Crawl space temperature controlled Additional other building sites available Shanklin's Ferry Camp and the Sherman Ballard Recreation Area, both within the Bluestone Wildlife Management Area and along the New River at the upper end of Bluestone Lake, are only minutes away 20 minutes to the New River and Bluestone Lake Historic hand-hewn log barn Two ponds on the property provide, livestock water and a nature viewing site All mineral rights in title will convey Farmland management increases carrying capacity and extends the grazing season Rich and diverse resident wildlife population unrivaled in the region Minutes to Hinton, Peterstown, and historic Union and an easy drive to Lewisburg and Roanoke's jet airports Forest with some old growth trees estimated to be 200-300 years old Patches of forest intertwine with the farm fields creating an exciting recreational property Wildlife program enhances habitat, increases diversity, promotes health of the resident wildlife A rewarding permaculture lifestyle can be easily developed Frontage on Tract A, the cabin side and approx. 1640 feet and on Tract B the 17-acre field approx. 830 feet Superior access by state maintained paved roads FedEx, UPS, and USPS delivery Cell phone coverage is excellent in most areas with 4G service Darkest of skies with little light pollution for star-planet gazing & astrophotography Sedges, rushes, ferns, songbirds, frogs, turtles, & crawdads populate the ponds and wetlands Located in peaceful Monroe County just 20-25 minutes to Hinton or Peterstown Timber species include beautiful oaks, black walnut, poplar, maple, and hickories Fur bearing deer, black bear, squirrel, rabbit, bobcat, raccoon, fox, chipmunk, opossum Winged wildlife eagles, hawks, owls, ravens, turkeys, and Neotropical songbirds Agricultural grasses coupled with the forest produce life-giving Oxygen and sequester Carbon dioxide Perfect for recreational activities including shooting sports, ATV riding, horseback riding, hiking, camping, hunting and nature viewing Easy drive to public Greenbrier River launch sites Easy drive to the Summers County 4-H Camp at Barger Springs Low taxes, low population density BUILDINGS Carl's Log Cabin 32 ft. x 40 ft. (a work in progress) Unfinished log guest house 12 ft. x 24 ft. Tractor shed and woodshed 40 ft. x 21 ft. Historic hand-hewn log barn 53 ft. x 40 ft. Storage building 7 ft. x 12 ft. Country necessity building, one holer 7 ft. x 6 ft. LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.578716(N), -80.750936(W) Address: 3220 Little Stoney Creek Road, Ballard, WV 24918 Elevation Range: 2024 ft. to 2131 ft. +/- WATER The farm also has 2 ponds, one with concrete water trough located on the 28 acres (Tract A) and a spring feed pond on the 17 acres (Tract B). MINERAL RESOURCES West Virginia is one of the states in the US that has two ownership titles, those being SURFACE RIGHTS and MINERAL RIGHTS. A title search for mineral rights ownership has not been conducted. All rights the owner has will convey with the property. A mineral title search could be conducted by a title attorney at the same time when the surface title search is being conducted. BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY The property is shown as Tracts Nos. 2, 3 and 5 on the map and plat of "The Mattie Ellison Estate", which map and plat is recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Monroe County in Survey Record No. 5 at Page 168. Some of the boundaries are evidenced by fencing. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre. UTILITIES Water: Modern drilled well at the cabin, water at 120 ft, base of 440-foot, 1.5 gpm On Tract B an old hand dug well with cast iron on the 17-acre tract Sewer: Modern Health Department approved low pressure pipe system with two 1000-gallon tanks, pressurized and pumped to leech bed with multiple pipes with equal pressure Electricity: onsite Mon Power Co (First Energy) Telephone: onsite service available

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    3220 Little Stoney Creek Rd FOREST HILL, WV 24935

    • Price: $275,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 60 min ago
    • MLS #: 21-1309
    3
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    1
    ½ Baths
    28
    Acres
    2013
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Springfield
    County:
    Monroe
    Area:
    Springfield
    Elementary School:
    Other
    Middle School:
    Other
    High School:
    Other
    Property Description
    28 Acres with Carl's Cabin and Farm in Wild and Wonderful Monroe County, WV This beautiful 28 acres gem is near the community of Forest Hill in absolutely gorgeous farm country . The property lies on Little Stony Creek Road just past the New Hope Church. The Amish crafted 2 story log and timberframe home includes approx. 28 acres Carl's Cabin is a work still in progress, but is livable with additional work that the new owners can finish out. The cabin is constructed of high quality Appalachian brands logs. The cabin has an amazing full wrap around porch. The cabin is surrounded by huge oaks and maple trees for wonderful natural shade.The farm would make a wonderful horse farm. Currently neighbors have short term agreements to keep horses and cattle. The property can also be purchased in two tracts, Tract A the cabin and 28 acres for $275,000.00 and Tract B the 17-acre field for $139,000.00 HIGHLIGHTS In the heart of the Summers and Monroe Counties farmlands Amish constructed Appalachian Log home (livable but still a work in progress) 44.44 deeded acres by survey Two story log cabin with timber frame top 32 feet x 40 feet Entry level 1280 sq. ft., upper level 960 sq. ft. Incredible complete wrap around covered porch 10 feet wide x 184 feet 3 Bedrooms 2.5 bath Total Square footage 2240 Master bedroom with large full bathroom with antique cast iron tub, plus shower with double shower heads Dedicated electric circuits in each room for AC or heaters Wood burning stove on entry level Open kitchen with room to cook PLEX plumbing lines Beautiful antique oak post columns with dogwood medallions installed on the entry level Sliding glass patio doors from the kitchen area to the back section of covered porch Never any tobacco use or pets in the cabin Guest house 24 x 12 Appalachian Log structure in the beginning stages Opportunity for an Airbnb Cabin area fenced to prevent livestock roaming Excellent horse farm 2020 hay production $2,600.00 used on the farm Currently qualifies for Farm use tax status Plumbing set up for easy winterproofing Crawl space temperature controlled Additional other building sites available Shanklin's Ferry Camp and the Sherman Ballard Recreation Area, both within the Bluestone Wildlife Management Area and along the New River at the upper end of Bluestone Lake, are only minutes away 20 minutes to the New River and Bluestone Lake Historic hand-hewn log barn Two ponds on the property provide, livestock water and a nature viewing site All mineral rights in title will convey Farmland management increases carrying capacity and extends the grazing season Rich and diverse resident wildlife population unrivaled in the region Minutes to Hinton, Peterstown, and historic Union and an easy drive to Lewisburg and Roanoke's jet airports Forest with some old growth trees estimated to be 200-300 years old Patches of forest intertwine with the farm fields creating an exciting recreational property Wildlife program enhances habitat, increases diversity, promotes health of the resident wildlife A rewarding permaculture lifestyle can be easily developed Frontage on Tract A, the cabin side and approx. 1640 feet and on Tract B the 17-acre field approx. 830 feet Superior access by state maintained paved roads FedEx, UPS, and USPS delivery Cell phone coverage is excellent in most areas with 4G service Darkest of skies with little light pollution for star-planet gazing & astrophotography Sedges, rushes, ferns, songbirds, frogs, turtles, & crawdads populate the ponds and wetlands Located in peaceful Monroe County just 20-25 minutes to Hinton or Peterstown Timber species include beautiful oaks, black walnut, poplar, maple, and hickories Fur bearing deer, black bear, squirrel, rabbit, bobcat, raccoon, fox, chipmunk, opossum Winged wildlife eagles, hawks, owls, ravens, turkeys, and Neotropical songbirds Agricultural grasses coupled with the forest produce life-giving Oxygen and sequester Carbon dioxide Perfect for recreational activities including shooting sports, ATV riding, horseback riding, hiking, camping, hunting and nature viewing Easy drive to public Greenbrier River launch sites Easy drive to the Summers County 4-H Camp at Barger Springs Low taxes, low population density BUILDINGS Carl's Log Cabin 32 ft. x 40 ft. (a work in progress) Unfinished log guest house 12 ft. x 24 ft. Tractor shed and woodshed 40 ft. x 21 ft. Historic hand-hewn log barn 53 ft. x 40 ft. Storage building 7 ft. x 12 ft. Country necessity building, one holer 7 ft. x 6 ft. LOCATION Google Coordinates: 37.578716(N), -80.750936(W) Address: 3220 Little Stoney Creek Road, Ballard, WV 24918 Elevation Range: 2024 ft. to 2131 ft. +/- WATER The farm also has 2 ponds, one with concrete water trough located on the 28 acres (Tract A) and a spring feed pond on the 17 acres (Tract B). MINERAL RESOURCES West Virginia is one of the states in the US that has two ownership titles, those being SURFACE RIGHTS and MINERAL RIGHTS. A title search for mineral rights ownership has not been conducted. All rights the owner has will convey with the property. A mineral title search could be conducted by a title attorney at the same time when the surface title search is being conducted. BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY The property is shown as Tracts Nos. 2, 3 and 5 on the map and plat of "The Mattie Ellison Estate", which map and plat is recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Monroe County in Survey Record No. 5 at Page 168. Some of the boundaries are evidenced by fencing. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre. UTILITIES Water: Modern drilled well at the cabin, water at 120 ft, base of 440-foot, 1.5 gpm On Tract B an old hand dug well with cast iron on the 17-acre tract Sewer: Modern Health Department approved low pressure pipe system with two 1000-gallon tanks, pressurized and pumped to leech bed with multiple pipes with equal pressure Electricity: onsite Mon Power Co (First Energy) Telephone: onsite service available
    Exterior Features

    Amenities Balcony Construction Type Site-Built (Stick) Features Exterior Patio Yes Features Exterior Porch Complete Surround Garage Type None Miscellaneous Porch Patio Deck Covered Porch Roofing Metal Roofing Age Of Roof 8.00 Style 2 Story Views MountainPastoral View

    Interior Features

    Air Conditioning Window Unit Feature Kitchen Bath Solid Surface Flooring Ceramic TileHardwood Items To Convey Ceiling FansRange/OvenRefrigerator Miscellaneous Fireplace Wood Stove Total Bathrooms 2.50 Total Rooms 7 Utilities Air Conditioner Window Unit

    Property Features

    Documents SurveyWell Flood Plain No Land Information Mineral Rights Convey Other Structures Barn Yes Other Structures Outbuilding Yes Utilities Sewer Septic Utilities Water Well Water Accessibility Number Of Ponds One

    Listing information © 2021 Greenbrier Valley Board of REALTORS®, Inc.
    Listing provided courtesy of Randy S. Burdette of Foxfire Realty.


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