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    345 Coyote Way

    HINTON, WV 25951
    • $325,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 32 days
    • MLS #: 21-1049
    UPDATED: 22 min ago
    $325,000
    • 2
      BEDS
    • 60
      ACRES
    • 1
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    2014
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    Description

    Brooks, WV. Secluded New River Gorge Mountain Cabin and 60 Acres. Forested land, Mountain Spring, Wildlife, fresh air and Nature. Located on Chestnut Mountain High above the New River. Elevation 2600 Feet. 345 Coyote Way Hinton, WV 24951. GateWay to the New River Gorge National Park. America's Newest National Park. Two bedroom, one bath Cabin in the Woods built in 2014. Hemlock Siding, Metal Roof, Power, good cell phone service. 50 x 40 Garage with metal roof, concrete floor and power built in 2017. Very Private Property. Like a long lost friend its good to be back home again. It is said that all roads lead to West Virginia and in a way that is true. Once you have traveled about West Virginia you will always remember the mountains.There is a saying here that "The Mountains Are Calling". Everyone always comes back to West Virginia. Often just looking at the mountains brings thoughts of "What would it be like to blaze a trail, build a cabin and live on a West Virginia mountain?" The excitement of a Cabin in the Big Woods and the adventures found there are part of our American Culture. Back Home in the BackWoods. Fire softly burning and the little things that make a house a home. Warm and truly like a long lost friend this Wonderful Cabin features private drive, wildlife, hiking, peace, tranquility, charm and the spice of MountainLife . Mineral rights convey. NEW RIVER GORGE NATIONAL PARK AND RESERVE The Newest National Park in America at your back door... Just a short 15 minute drive from the property will take you to the amazing New River National Park. An awe inspiring visit that is sure to bring a new experience each and every time. Once you see it, it's something you'll never forget. Rock climbers have long prized the sandstone cliffs of West Virginia's New River Gorge, which was designated as a national park and preserve in December 2020. New River Gorge National Park and Preserve is known for its 53 miles of free flowing whitewater that cuts through sandstone cliffs towering as high as 1,000 feet in the air. It boasts class III through V rapids and plenty of boulders to keep even the most experienced rafters engaged. The upper part of the river is calmer and more welcoming to new rafters. The area also boasts more than 1,500 climbing routes, as well as a 12.8-mile system of mountain bike trails built by the Boy Scouts. There are moments, as you drift through the deep canyon walls of the New River Gorge, when it feels like you've got the whole world to yourself. It's just you and the river, littered with massive, prehistoric boulders that were here when the coal mining camps were built, and the fur trading posts before them, and the Shawnee and Cherokee villages before those. In a river that geologists say could be one of the world's oldest, you can lose yourself in time. Then the current picks up, and you're back to paddling like mad, navigating the chutes and eddies of heart-pounding white water. Since the 1960s, West Virginia's New River Gorge has drawn adventure seekers to its rapids and rock walls, and those rafters and climbers have long considered it a hidden gem. But the curtain is being drawn back on the canyon, because part of it has become America's 63rd national park. New River Gorge National River's 72,186 acres is just like its name "New". The Newest National Park and Preserve in America. We call West Virginia "Wild and Wonderful," and this certainly is. Nearest Coyote Way Cabin River Access point -- New River boat Ramp at Brooks Falls. Class III rapids.

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    345 Coyote Way HINTON, WV 25951

    • Price: $325,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 22 min ago
    • MLS #: 21-1049
    2
    Beds
    1
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    60
    Acres
    2014
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Green Sulphur District
    County:
    Summers
    Area:
    Green Sulphur District
    Elementary School:
    Other
    Middle School:
    Other
    High School:
    Other
    Property Description
    Brooks, WV. Secluded New River Gorge Mountain Cabin and 60 Acres. Forested land, Mountain Spring, Wildlife, fresh air and Nature. Located on Chestnut Mountain High above the New River. Elevation 2600 Feet. 345 Coyote Way Hinton, WV 24951. GateWay to the New River Gorge National Park. America's Newest National Park. Two bedroom, one bath Cabin in the Woods built in 2014. Hemlock Siding, Metal Roof, Power, good cell phone service. 50 x 40 Garage with metal roof, concrete floor and power built in 2017. Very Private Property. Like a long lost friend its good to be back home again. It is said that all roads lead to West Virginia and in a way that is true. Once you have traveled about West Virginia you will always remember the mountains.There is a saying here that "The Mountains Are Calling". Everyone always comes back to West Virginia. Often just looking at the mountains brings thoughts of "What would it be like to blaze a trail, build a cabin and live on a West Virginia mountain?" The excitement of a Cabin in the Big Woods and the adventures found there are part of our American Culture. Back Home in the BackWoods. Fire softly burning and the little things that make a house a home. Warm and truly like a long lost friend this Wonderful Cabin features private drive, wildlife, hiking, peace, tranquility, charm and the spice of MountainLife . Mineral rights convey. NEW RIVER GORGE NATIONAL PARK AND RESERVE The Newest National Park in America at your back door... Just a short 15 minute drive from the property will take you to the amazing New River National Park. An awe inspiring visit that is sure to bring a new experience each and every time. Once you see it, it's something you'll never forget. Rock climbers have long prized the sandstone cliffs of West Virginia's New River Gorge, which was designated as a national park and preserve in December 2020. New River Gorge National Park and Preserve is known for its 53 miles of free flowing whitewater that cuts through sandstone cliffs towering as high as 1,000 feet in the air. It boasts class III through V rapids and plenty of boulders to keep even the most experienced rafters engaged. The upper part of the river is calmer and more welcoming to new rafters. The area also boasts more than 1,500 climbing routes, as well as a 12.8-mile system of mountain bike trails built by the Boy Scouts. There are moments, as you drift through the deep canyon walls of the New River Gorge, when it feels like you've got the whole world to yourself. It's just you and the river, littered with massive, prehistoric boulders that were here when the coal mining camps were built, and the fur trading posts before them, and the Shawnee and Cherokee villages before those. In a river that geologists say could be one of the world's oldest, you can lose yourself in time. Then the current picks up, and you're back to paddling like mad, navigating the chutes and eddies of heart-pounding white water. Since the 1960s, West Virginia's New River Gorge has drawn adventure seekers to its rapids and rock walls, and those rafters and climbers have long considered it a hidden gem. But the curtain is being drawn back on the canyon, because part of it has become America's 63rd national park. New River Gorge National River's 72,186 acres is just like its name "New". The Newest National Park and Preserve in America. We call West Virginia "Wild and Wonderful," and this certainly is. Nearest Coyote Way Cabin River Access point -- New River boat Ramp at Brooks Falls. Class III rapids.
    Exterior Features

    Construction Type Site-Built (Stick) Exterior Material Wood Foundation Block Garage Remarks 50 X 40 With Power Garage Stall 3 Garage Type Detached Roofing Metal Roofing Age Of Roof 2014 Style 1 Story Views MountainWooded

    Interior Features

    Air Conditioning None Countertops Bath Solid Surface Countertops Kitchen Solid Surface Flooring Hardwood Heating Radiant Heat Items To Convey Clothes DryerClothes WasherRange/OvenRefrigeratorWood Burning Stove Total Bathrooms 1.00 Total Rooms 4

    Property Features

    Flood Plain No Miscellaneous Hoa Yes Miscellaneous Hoa Fee 25.00 Recreational Feature AtvCampingHunting Type Of Sale Traditional/Conventional Utilities Fuel Propane Utilities Sewer Septic Utilities Water Well Water Accessibility Number Of Springs 1

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    Listing provided courtesy of Joyce L Surbaugh of Foxfire Realty.


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