Log home in peaceful rural setting

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Paul Grist, (304) 645–7674


Fantastic log home in the country with 8 acres of forestland and meadow. Surrounded by rural farmland and forestland, this 5 bedroom home has many features for comfortable living.


Located on Raders Valley Road, just 20 minutes from historic downtown Lewisburg which offers shopping, schools, theatres, modern medical facilities and an airport.

The elevation is 2,210 feet and the coordinates are:

LAT 37.9290164 N

LON 080.4922530 W

Within an hour’s drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting/fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities.


This charming 2-story, 5 bedroom home consists of 2,038 square feet. It has two full baths and one three-quarter bath which makes for easier living for you and your guests. .

The kitchen has oak cabinets and comes with an electric stove, refrigerator, and a brand new 2009 dishwasher which makes this home move in ready. The family room has gas logs, which makes a comfortable place to curl up on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate on a cold, blustery day. The home has hardwood floors throughout which means the home is easier to keep clean and you can spend more time doing the things you want and enjoy.

The wrap-around porch is a good place to read a book during the summer or watch the fireflies at night. The 5-person hot tub is perfect for relaxing or entertaining. A log playhouse can provide enjoyment for those younger folks, and those young at heart.

This property also has an outbuilding which would make a easy place to park a vehicle and have a workshop with plenty of room for storage.


The land surrounding the home is level and then goes up the ridge behind. The large area of level ground has good soil and is southerly facing, which makes it ideal for a garden so you can enjoy those homegrown vegetables. Also, there is plenty of room to expand, whether it is another outbuilding or additional homesites.

Wildlife viewing opportunities are endless, especially since the home is nestled in a clearing on the edge of the forest. All kinds of deer, squirrels, cottontail rabbits, chipmunks and other woodland creatures make this area their home. Many species of songbirds and woodpeckers can also be found in this country setting. Of course, you are more likely to hear their singing or pecking before you see them.

Additional 57 acres available. Contact for more information.


Electric and telephone service is on the property. Cell phone coverage is considered to be good. High Speed Internet connection is gained through HughesNet Satellite. Television reception is provided through DISH or DirecTV satellite.

Water is provided by a drilled well to an approximate depth of 160 feet. The water is good and needs no treatment for drinking or washing.

An in-ground drip type septic system provides for sewage treatment.

Twin 100 gallon propane tanks serve the gas fireplace insert.


The oil and gas rights are currently leased and will convey with the property. Prospective buyers may want to have an attorney conduct a mineral title search to verify the title.


Real estate taxes for 2009 are $657.94. The property is assessed in Greenbrier County, Meadow Bluff District, Map 76, Parcel 4.

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