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939 E. Main Street, White Sulphur Springs, WV
List Price: $419000
City: White Sulphur Springs
State: WV
Zip: 24986
Total Bedrooms: 7
Total Full Baths: 6
Total Half Baths: 1
Lot Size: 1 acres
  Description:
This gracious and comfortable 3-story Georgian Colonial home was built in 1819 with hand-made brick, and includes a 1BR/1Ba 1794 log cabin fully restored, all on 1 acre. Living space for house and cabin is approx. 4,000 sq ft. Zoned R2 for James Wylie House B&B, on the National Register of Historic Places. Boasts of 7BRs/6 BA & 8 FPs, renovated in late 80s.

Rebecca Gaujot
Cell: 304-520-2133
Office Phone: 304-645-7700
http://www.rebeccagaujot.com
 

 


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20 Page St, Ansted, Wv 25812
List Price: $575000
City: Ansted
State: WV
Zip: 24901
Total Bedrooms: 6
Total Full Baths: 3
Total Half Baths: 1
Lot Size: 2.52 acres
  Description:

History & Charm in the hills of West Virginina! This amazing 6 Bedroom home was built for William N. Page while he was President of the Gauley Mountain Coal Co. When you walk into the home you'll notice the high ceilings and lovely hardwood floors. The first floor features large entry with fireplace, formal Dining room, Kitchen, Bedroom, Office, Pool Room as well as several additional rooms that serve as utility and seating areas. Upstairs - which may be accessed by one of 2 staircases, features 5 Bedrooms, 2 baths as well as access to a floored attic. Long a highlight as a historic part of Ansted, the current owners who purchased the property in 2006, have revived the home and have opened it numerous times to the community for charity events as well as other occasions.

In the pool room (the game of pool!) there are original plans that show the home as it was originally laid out. Mr. Page designed plans and laid out the course of the Virginian Railway in the home. Years later when Mr. Page moved to Washington, DC, the home was then taken over by the Vawter family. The home stated in the family until 2006, when the current owners purchased it. A jewel that is looking for a new owner that will enjoy the history as well as the hospitality that comes with such an amazing property.

Martha T. Hilton, ABR, CRS, EPRO, GRI, BRAS
Office: 304-645-7700
mobile: 304-667-7060
agentwv@mountain.net


 

 


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33 Fairway Dr, Pipestem, Wv 25979
List Price: $649000
City: Pipestem
State: WV
Zip: 25979
Total Bedrooms: 11
Total Full Baths: 7
Total Half Baths: 0
Lot Size: 10 acres
  Description:

Nestled alongside the Pipestem State Park, 3 log homes, situated on 10 ac., that have welcomed many a tourist to the great state of WV. Live on grounds & have your own business or invest for the future. Property is known as ''The Retreat at Pipestem''. Owners have been using them as Vacation Rentals which have been very well received. The ''Black Bear'' is the larger of the 3. 3 levels with a wrap porch, 4 Bedrooms, Lg. Downstairs den Vaulted living room ceiling with fireplace - a great place to unwind. The ''West Virginian'' is just down the drive features 1 car garage as well as 4 sleeping areas & Den. The ''Cardinal'' has a cool walkway to the front door! Smaller than the other 2, this home is cozy & has 2 beds built into the wall as if on a ship! All homes come fully furnished.

Visitors have easy access to park activities such as golf, horse back riding, putt-putt golf, zip line rides as well as restaurants and the beauty that is West Virginia. More information on rentals and expenses are available to qualified buyers with a confidentiality agreement in place.

More info here: https://www.flexmls.com/share/2OLCT/33FairwayDrPipestemWv25979

Listing MemberMartha T. Hilton, ABR, CRS, EPRO, GRI, BRAS
Office: 304-645-7700
mobile: 304-667-7060


 

 


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4504 HIGHLAND TRAIL; ALDERSON
List Price: $695000
City: Alderson
State: WV
Zip: 24910
Total Bedrooms: 5
Total Full Baths: 2
Total Half Baths: 1
Lot Size: 7.3 acres
  Description:
River Sanctuary! This furnished 5 Bedroom home, that sits on 7 plus acres, can be your forever home or your Greenbrier River getaway! Several hundred feet of river frontage is accentuated with a screened-in cabana that features a fireplace and plenty of room to relax & watch the river flow! The home features 2 kitchens, first floor bedroom as well as plenty of storage. The upstairs Kitchen is tiled with storage galore and a breakfast nook to enjoy. Formal Dining as well as a formal living area with stone fireplace leads out to an expansive porch that overlooks the river as well. Upstairs there's plenty of room for guests. The lower level features the second kitchen and family room with abundant storage in the pantry.

House with 5 Acres price is $625,000

Broker - Martha Hilton at agentwv@mountain.net or (304) 645-7700.

 

 


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2141 Washington St East, Lewisburg, Wv 24901
List Price: $695000
City: Lewisburg
State: WV
Zip: 24901
Total Bedrooms: 4
Total Full Baths: 2
Total Half Baths: 1
Lot Size: 2 acres
  Description:

HISTORIC STUNNER. Federal Style 2-story home on 2 acres with an enviable LOCATION. ''Eastgate'' was built in 1921 and continuously updated and improved. The home's interior was designed by famed designer Carleton Varney, President of Dorothy Draper Interiors. Varney, who designed the current interior of the Greenbrier Hotel, brought his signature look to this stunning home. Bold, Custom Carpets form Ireland, Hand Painted Walls and Ceilings, and Vibrant Colors contribute to this home's undeniable Beauty. Mature Landscaping, Updated Kitchen and Baths, Perfect Exterior Gathering Spaces, Slate Roof, Portico, Newer Windows, 4 Fireplaces...the list goes on. If you are looking for a Greenbrier type home, look no further. Amazing Price, No HOA dues, Located in the very special town of Lewisburg.

More Photos Here: https://www.flexmls.com/share/2rWl8/2141-Washington-St-East-Lewisburg-Wv-24901

To View, contact:  John Patterson, Realtor  (720) 350-1159  jrpattersonLLA@hotmail.com

MAISON MARCEL History

This lovely Federal style home was built in the late 1800 or early 1900 according to information researched by James E. Talbert. (information found at the Lewisburg Historical Society Archives from Talbert's book "Hard Scrabble Hill").

This land was originally part of a larger tract of land known as Hard Scrabble Hill. According to James Talbert. "It is likely, but not proven by this researcher, that the land at 542 East Washington Street, (now 2141 Washington St. East) was part of the land acquired by Jacob Kuhn of Fredericksburg, Virginia by patent or by assignment of patent in the 1790's. Robert Kenning held the mortgage on Kuhn's property described as nine tracts and estimated to contain 1212 acres."

Over the next 100 years the land was sold and divided numerous times. The first mention of a dwelling on this tract was in October of 1907, when T.H. and Kate I. Pare, husband and wife, conveyed a 51 acre parcel of land, which contained what is now 2141 Washington St. East, to Mary B. Martin. In the description there was mention of "having on it the dwelling house now occupied by T.H. Pare and family."

Over the next approximately 40 years, the land was further subdivided and conveyed to numerous owners. In June of 1948, Anne C. Porter conveyed this property to J. North and Doris Caldwell, husband and wife. Doris Caldwell was a well known local artist and a number of her works are on display at the North House Museum in Lewisburg. After their passing the house was bequeathed to their daughter, Emily Whitmore Park.

The home was conveyed in 1997 to David S. Summers. At this time extensive remodeling and interior design was undertaken. They employed the famous, Carleton Varney, who is known for his work at the Greenbrier Hotel, the Grand Hotel in Mackinac Island, Michigan, and many other properties. Mr. Varney developed and is the owner of Dorothy Draper Interiors. Mr. Varney with the help of a local Interior designer, Ms. Dickie Chilton, of Chilton Interiors, designed and implemented numerous changes. The construction and restoration was done by local contractor Robert Vass III.

At this time the porch on the west side of the house was added as well as the portico that connects the garage and the house on the east side. The Roof was changed to a slate roof that was taken from the home of the former governor of West Virginia, Hulett C. Smith in Beckley. This slate had been purchased from a civil war antebellum home in the Shenandoah Valley and was brought to Beckley. The Beckley home was being torn down to make way for the interstate highway and Carleton Varney went to look at the home and was impressed enough to buy all the slate for the Summers home that he was restoring.
Inside, the lovely wool rug in the living room as well as the stair runner were designed by Carlton Varney and manufactured in Ireland with hand dyed wool. The Wall paper in the dining room had been installed at an earlier date, but was embellished with additional hand painting by a local artist. Most of the wall paper in the home and many of the draperies were designed and produced by Carlton Varney.

There are a couple of interesting facts to note as you tour this home. The Summers' Family tree is set in the ceramic tiles on the fireplace in the den. A beautiful 1835 hand carved plate rack from New Orleans stands in the large dining room. An original painting by Anke Schofield of the cow is displayed at the top of the grand front staircase. Arthur and Debbie have fondly named the cow Delilah. There are many pieces of 1950's McCoy pottery scattered throughout the home.

The home was recently purchased in May of 2017 by Arthur Forgette and Deborah Porter and it is now used as a lovely bed and breakfast, "Maison Marcel" They repainted the kitchen and remodeled and updated the bathrooms to make this gorgeous home a delightful destination for travelers who come to Lewisburg. Arthur and Debbie also own and operate a local French restaurant, "The French Goat" in downtown Lewisburg. Their talent for hospitality and delicious cuisine are a true asset tour our community.




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