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Look inside! Such a happy looking house! Almost 6 acres in West Virginia. $350,000

March 26, 2024

Take a look inside! This looks like a happy house! Love the gardens. The house was built in 1920. It is located on 5.67 acres in Alderson, West Virginia. The house features a covered front porch, a lot of natural light, pretty kitchen, wood walls and some hardwood floors. There is a transom window and an updated bathroom. There is a fenced in garden space and fruit trees. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms. $350,000

Contact Jill Allman with Greenbrier Real Estate Service: 304-645-2255

From the Zillow listing:


Experience the country charm with this picturesque residence nestled amid the tranquil expanse of Muddy Creek Mountain. A mere stone’s throw from the vibrant downtown Lewisburg, this shabby chic abode offers an idyllic retreat without sacrificing convenience. Embracing 5.69+/- acres, this fully renovated home blends rustic allure with modern comfort, boasting 2 bedrooms–with a flexible space for a potential third–and 2 stylishly updated bathrooms. The master bedroom, a serene sanctuary, features an ensuite that promises privacy and relaxation. Each room in this inviting house is bathed in natural light, accentuating the fresh renovations that include new windows, updated electrical systems, efficient heating, contemporary plumbing, and thorough insulation. The sturdy roof overhead, the recently added extension, and a brand-new septic system ensure that this home is as practical as it is charming. Step outside onto the welcoming covered front porch or back deck, perfect for savoring the magnificent mountain vistas that unfold with the seasons. The property is a gardener’s delight, with a fenced-in garden space, an array of fruit trees, and vibrant perennials that color the landscape. Ample room is available for animals, from chickens to goats, to roam and thrive in this pastoral paradise. Whether you’re seeking a peaceful haven or a vibrant country lifestyle, this exquisitely updated home merges the best of both worlds, offering a unique opportunity to enjoy the splendor of country living with all the comforts of modern-day amenities.



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