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Have your own private park!!! This property was the cover story of the state magazine in 1967 proposing that it would be made into a park. I have a copy of the magazine. It ultimately was kept in the families estate.
16 beautiful secluded acres that sits in a hollow 3/4 of a mile off the main road. There is a beautiful creek running thru property, with a 12 foot waterfall, where a grist mill was built in the 1800's. Only some gearing and cut stone remain. The falls run into a natural "swimm'n hole" about 8ft. deep and the size of a small community pool, which freezes over during winter for ice skating! Several large rock outcroppings and overhangs to explore and to go "bouldering". Sets up well for zip line construction.
This property would be listed in waterfalls of WV books, if it were not privately owned.
Many home sites available and well suited for development, gated community B&B or private estate, retreat. A 2000 foot road was made down into the property using ti-par the whole way. Three inches of #3 stone then three inches of crusher run was put down. I made it this way in case it would ever be paved. A small hydroelectric plant could also be built that would provide enough energy to sell back to power company.
Five minutes to the largest WV airport, seven minutes to the capitol complex, and the intersection of three interstates, 64, 77, and 79. There is a man sitting right beside the top of the falls for size reference. A tree house for adults, built by Jonathan Fairoaks of Living tree, sits in three trees overlooking the falls. House is wired for electric, there is a sleeping loft and a nice deck in front and side which affords wonderful views. Additional acreage available.
- Stories: 1.5
- Square Feet: 150
- Bedrooms: 1
- Built in: 2005
- Structure Type: Farm/Land
- Lot Size: 16 Acres
- Fenced Yard
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