403 MELVINA STREET, SUMMERSVILLE
COMMERCIAL BUILDING

Very nice 3,456 sq. ft. commercial building near water and outdoor recreation


Address
Summersville, West Virginia 
Price :
$159,000  
ID :
515  

Agent Contact:
Richard Grist, 304.646.8837 or 304.645.7674


HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3,456 sq. ft. commercial building – cinderblock construction
  • Desireable location in the City of Summersville, WV
  • 36′ x 96′ footprint
  • 3-Phase power on site
  • Natural gas service on site
  • Telephone/internet on site
  • Ceiling fans
  • Two Klimaire AC/Heat pumps – need a little work
  • Two ceiling unit, forced air gas furnaces
  • Rubber roof
  • Concrete floor
  • Exhaust fan on gable end and Louver vent on gable end
  • Two garage doors – 12′ x 10′
  • Kitchen and bathroom
  • Office 19’6″ x 11’6″
  • Office 15’4″ x 11’6″
  • 3-Phase electric panel located in largest office
  • Near Summersville Lake and the New River Gorge recreation area

ZONING

This property is located within the city limits of Summersville, West Virginia, and is zoned commericial/residential.

City of Summersville ordinances, regulations, and contact information are available online at the following website:
http://www.summersvillewv.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=85&Itemid=266

Nicholas County has no zoning regulations in effect other than that which is enacted and enforced within the city limits of Summersville and Richwood.

Nicholas County ordinances, flood insurance information, and contact information can be found at the following website:
http://www.nicholascountywv.org/ordinances/default.aspx

DEED AND TAX INFORMATION

Deed Information: DB 499 PG 276
Nicholas County, West Virginia

Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Summersville Corporation Tax District

PT LOT 12– LOT 13 HERFORD ADDN
Tax Map 10 as parcel 290.1

2017 Real Estate Taxes: $956.38

SUMMERSVILLE

Summersville is the county seat of Nicholas County, West Virginia. Summersville was formed in June 1820, and was primarily a farming community. During the winter of 1864-65, both Union and Confederate armies were encamped in Summersville or nearby. It was during that winter that the town and all its buildings were burned to the ground. Although the war ended soon after, the destruction of the town was discouraging, and citizens were very slow to return and rebuild. By 1884, Summersville was again home to over 100 citizens, and slowly became the commerce center of the county.

Centrally located in the mountains of West Virginia, Summersville offers endless opportunities for fun-filled days enjoying beauty, adventure, history and relaxation. There are a host of festivals in the summer and fall and check out the event schedule at the Summersville Arena & Conference Center. Summersville is easy to navigate and offers a large selection of lodging to match any budget. Restaurants range from fast food to fine dining. Winter, spring, summer or fall, Summersville has something to offer couples, families, adventure seekers, historians, or just those seeing relaxation
Summersville has many quaint shops that are ideal for browsing and finding the perfect gift or souvenir. There are many primitive shops, specialty shops, antiques, sporting goods, department stores, and collectibles and food items unique to the area. Summersville also offers several “big box” stores including Big Lots, Lowes, Peebles, Sears, Grand Home Furnishings, and Walmart.

Summersville also offers the Summersville Arena & Conference Center, which is a 73,000 square foot multi-use facility constructed jointly with the City of Summersville and the West Virginia Army National Guard. The facility offers a 24,000 sq. ft. arena, 2,000 seats for events such as basketball games, an additional 2,400 seats available for a “staged” event, and a 3,600 sq. ft. convention area. Summersville has a public library.

There is also a modern hospital and all attendant medical facilities. Summersville Regional Medical Center is located on Route 19 in Summersville, West Virginia. In operation since 1968, SRMC has served Nicholas County and the surrounding area for over four decades and is the second largest employer in the county.

ALL ABOUT SUMMERSVILLE LAKE

Superb water quality and sheer sandstone cliffs make Summersville Lake a unique place to visit. West Virginia’s largest lake; Summersville Lake has over 28,000 acres of water and 60 miles of shoreline. Boating, water-skiing, swimming, fishing for large- and smallmouth bass, walleye, panfish, and catfish, (trout are stocked below the dam in the spring and fall) scuba diving, picnicking, hunting, and biking are the favorite activities enjoyed by nearly one million visitors annually. Technical rock climbing and whitewater rafting are available year round, with scheduled whitewater releases below the dam on the world class Gauley River in September and October. Adjacent to the lake is Mountain Lake Campground , with cabins, camping & RV hookups and many other conveniences for guests. Sarge’s Dive Shop and the lake’s marina are located on the lake with grocery stores, restaurants, and service stations located nearby in Summersville.

FISHING AT THE LAKE
With over 28,000 acres of water, Summersville Lake is a fisherman’s paradise. The best fishing is during the night and early morning hours. The fish seem to be more active just before daybreak. The Lake offers up large and small mouth bass, walleye, brim, crappie, and catfish. There is also Northern Pike patrolling the banks.

There are fish at a tractors built by the Army Corps of Engineers at several locations throughout the Lake. They mostly serve up pan fish. Small mouth bass can be found at the tail waters of the Gauley River, Muddlety Creek and Hominy Creek. These areas are also good for large mouth in deeper water. Crank baits and Carolina rigs prove to be productive. Also, any drop offs and rocky points are good and a depth finder is a good investment.

Walleye are usually taken near the base of the dam in deeper water during the cooler months. For young and old alike, fishing from anywhere along the lake edge consistently produces brim and crappie. Just pick a spot and get a line wet.

The most popular catfish spot for fishing from the bank is near the water treatment plant located at the intersection of 19 and 39. The boat launch at Salmon Run would be the closest by boat. Fishing at the spillway on the other side of the dam is good for Trout fishing in the fall. Trout are stocked on a bi-weekly schedule.

BOATING
Launch ramps for the boating enthusiasts and fishermen are located at Battle Run, Salmon Run, Long Point Area and Picnic Area. There is a $3.00 Day Use fee for boat launching. Frequent boat launchers may purchase an Annual Day Use Pass. Golden Age and Golden Access passports may be used for a 50% discount at all Federally operated areas where a fee is charged.

CAMPING
Camping at Summersville Lake is restricted to developed camping areas only – there is not random camping. Battle Run Campground is a class A Corps operated campground which has day use facilities, a boat launching ramp, access to fishing, showers, trailer waste disposal facilities, playground, universally accessible restrooms, parking, swimming and picnic areas. Battle Run Campground is now part of the National Recreation Servation System. Reservations can be made by dialing 1-877-444-NRRS or on the web at ReserveUSA.com. For more information during recreation season call the campground at (304) 872-3459.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS
Universally Accessible Facilities are provided at the Project Office, Dam site and picnic area, Battle Run Area, and Long Point Area.

HIKING
Foot trails (Hiking) are located at Battle Run, Salmon Run, and Long Point.

MARINA
Summersville Lake Marina is located at the Long Point Area. The marina number is (304) 872-1331. Additional information can be found at Summersville Lake Marina & Sarge’s Dive Shop. There is a $3.00 Day Use fee for boat launching.

SWIMMING
A swimming beach is located at the Battle Run Area. Lifeguards are not provided. Swim at your own risk. Swimming is prohibited on launch ramps.

VISITOR CENTER
A Visitor Center is located at the Information office.

BENEFITS OF LIVING IN NICHOLAS COUNTY

  • Summersville, formed in June 1820, is the county seat
  • A modern hospital, Summersville Regional Medical Center, as well as all attendant medical facilities
  • Deep and interesting historical value
  • 4 season climate, the fall of the year is spectacular and summers warm and breezy
  • Water sports: 3000 acre Summerville Lake, Gauley River, New River
  • Outdoor recreation: Hiking, rock climbing, white water rafting, snow skiing
  • Historic Route 60 is the ancient Midland Overland Trail (buffalo, Native American, Pioneers)
  • New River Gorge Bridge is the western hemisphere longest arched bridge
  • Monongahela National Forest and New River Gorge National River Park are nearby
  • Babcock and Hawks Nest State Parks
  • Nicholas County Veterans Memorial Park
  • Summersville Arena and Convention Center
  • Specialty shops, antiques, sporting goods, department stores, and collectibles and food items unique to the area
  • “Big box” stores including Big Lots, Lowes, Peebles, Sears, Grand Home Furnishings, and Walmart
  • I-79 30 min to the north
  • I-77 40 min to the south
  • I-64 45 min to the south or 50 min to the east
  • Major shopping Beckley- 40 min, Charleston- 1hr 30 min Clarksburg- 1hr 30 min
  • Modern schools
  • Rich farming, logging and mining history

Directions

403 Melvina Street, Summersville, WV

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