Additional Farmland For Sale Information
This farm is a peaceful place with 14+ acres of fields, and many acres of game-filled forestland. The main residence is a brick ranch home built in 1976. This home has been well cared for with several updates that have included the roof, windows, carpet, and countertops.
The living room has a beautiful, rock fireplace with gas logs. This home has other heating sources that include a baseboard boiler/hot water heating system, a heat pump, and in the utility room, a Mealmaster, wood-burning cook stove. The heat pump system also provides central air conditioning.
The kitchen and utility room are side-by-side and have lots of cabinets and counter space, convenient for cooking and canning.
Along the back of the home there is a 70 ft. patio/carport, that is a great place to sit in the swing and enjoy quiet summer evenings. The front porch also has a swing and often a cool breeze.
This home has a paved driveway, with plenty of parking space and a circle for turning. Nearby, is a tidy, tin-roofed, storage building with covered- extentions on both sides for stacking wood or parking a tractor or other farm equipment.
The entire farm is, tidy, and beautiful with acres of cleared, level land for crops, pasture, recreation, or home sites. The wooded hillsides have abundant wildlife for hunting and acres of valuable mature timber. The barn and shed are original to this farm. They are sturdy and have good tin roofs.
A small, peaceful, creek is on the property. There are also two springs. The brick home has a drilled well.
Across from the paved road to the brick home, a farmhouse sits at the foot of the hill. This was one of the original dwellings on the farm. It was built in 1928.
The views and cool afternoon breezes found on this farm are peaceful beyond description. Call and make an appointment for us to show you this property. West Virginia Farmland For Sale. White Sulphur Springs West Virginia Farmland For Sale. Farmland for sale in White Sulphur Springs West Virginia. - data last updated: 7/1/2012
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