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West Virginia’s most expensive old house listing. Circa 1900. On 86 acres. $4,600,000

March 8, 2024

Welcome to West Virginia’s most expensive old house listing! This home was built in 1900. It is located on 86 acres in Martinsburg, West Virginia. That is a beautiful barn! The house seems a bit dated, not in a good way. But the property and outbuildings are beautiful. There is a three car garage and multiple outbuildings. The house is ten minutes from the Potomac River. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,506 square feet. $4,600,000

From the Zillow listing:


This approximately 86 acre farm with 4-5 bedroom and 3 full bathes is currently being used currently for animal farming as well as growing hay & wheat crops. This property maybe a good property for keeping of horses. MOST IMPORTANTLY ACCORDING TO THE SELLERS: There are no restrictions regarding farming or subdividing of the property as the new owner may want to do. There is a request for a 48 hour notice prior to showing as well as a pre-approval letter provided to the listing agent before the request to show can be approved. This house also includes 2 kitchens, 3 car garage, game room with 8 foot pool table. The property is about 10 minutes from the Potomac River. The property has multiple out buildings including a barn that could be used as a wedding venue, animal feeding buildings. Before a showing can be scheduled & approved; a pre-approval or bank letter must be received by the listing agent. A family member will be present on the property at the time of the showing. Potential buyer needs to verify all information regarding zoning use and acerage.



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