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West Virginia’s most expensive old house listing. Circa 1923. On three acres. $1,999,950

September 9, 2019

This Norman Tudor is West Virginia’s most expensive old house listing. It was built in 1923. The home is located on 3.3 acres in Charleston, West Virginia. The landscaping makes it look like a park. The property has a pool and pool house. There is a carriage house with a three car garage. Six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 7,535 square feet. $1,999,950

From the Zillow listing:


One of Charlestons most majestic homes. This historic 1923 Norman Tudor evokes its period grandeur wit hits architectural detail, yet magnificently designed to be perfect for today’s lifestyles. Extensive landscape provide a personal 3 acre park setting. Endless amenities are realized in this 7,500 sq ft home to include pool house, gazebo overlooking court size gardens, large spectacular carriage house with spacious 3 car garage, executive rental on property. Private road 5 minutes to downtown.


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