The William N. Page home was built in 1890. He was the President of the Gauley Mountain Coal Company. High ceilings and original hardwood floors greet you in this home. This home has two sets of staircases. Located on 2.3 acres in Ansted, West Virginia. A big part of Ansted history. The current owners have opened it up to the public for various events. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 5,800 square feet. $575,000
From the Zillow listing:
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.
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