45 FALLS POINTE ROAD
|Address:||45 Falls Pointe Rd. Hinton, WV 25951|
Jeff Marple, 304.667.3824
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This lovely property is located in Talcott, West Virginia, and offers 2192 Square Foot on 4.68 mostly wooded acres. Located between Talcott and Hinton WV in the community of Hilldale. It is near the Greenbrier River, Willow Wood Golf Course, and the Legendary John Henry Park. Reliably built in 1978 to last and now available for a future family to enjoy.
- This home features three bedrooms, and 2.5 baths, and a fully finished basement with bathroom.
- Attractive Living area and Kitchen with Elegant vaulted ceilings, Dining Room with two additional bathrooms.
- Central Air and Heat.
- All new windows and siding.
- Nice views of the outdoor green space and landscaping.
- The yard features a patio deck with build in koi pond.
- A large, attached carport with two basement garages and two outbuildings (workshop with power, and a tool shed) New painted covered porch and rails.
Address – 45 Falls Pointe Rd. Hinton, WV 25951
HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS
- 2192 Square feet
- 4.68 acres
- Three Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 7 Rooms
- Attached Carport
- 2 basement Garages
- Asphalt driveway
- New Roof 2012
- Large workshop with power
- 2 Electric Fireplaces
- 1 Propane Fireplace
- Propane tank
- Window Treatments
DEED AND TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: 264, 265 Pg 103. 217
Summers County, West Virginia
Acreage: 4.68 acres +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Summers County (13), West Virginia
Tax Map/Parcel Map 18/Parcels 86.2, 86.3 & 86.7
- Mon Power Electric
- Central Air and Heat Pump
- Drilled Well
- Septic System
- Frontier Internet
- Dish Network TV
- Good Cell Service
HINTON is the southern gateway to New River Gorge National River. The town has a large historic district, railroad museum, antique shops, and restaurants. After crossing the bridge at Hinton, you will begin driving alongside the New River down River Road. There are great riverside vistas from the property and along the scenic highway. A favorite route for a casual drive along the waterfront. Boaters, motorcyclists, fishermen and vehicle cruises on the roadway and the river are a common sight. Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny mountains lies a place where the rivers flow and the eagles soar. A place where small town charm is around every corner and outdoor recreation is the norm. A place where relaxing to a good meal is earned after a day spent hiking, biking, or boating. It is a place that remembers its past and looks towards the future.
NEW RIVER GORGE NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE is known for its 53 miles of free-flowing whitewater that cuts through sandstone cliffs towering as high as 1,000 feet in the air. It boasts class III through V rapids and plenty of boulders to keep even the most experienced rafters engaged. The upper part of the river is calmer and more welcoming to new rafters. The area also boasts more than 1,500 climbing routes, as well as a 12.8-mile system of mountain bike trails built by the Boy Scouts. The New River Gorge itself is about an hour’s drive from Charleston, West Virginia. It encompasses about 7,000 acres marked with trailheads and visitor centers, and another 65,000 for backcountry hunting. White-tailed deer, river otters, and bald eagles are among the wildlife regularly spotted here.
BLUESTONE DAM spans the New River, forming Bluestone Lake, the third largest lake in West Virginia. With a 2,040-acre surface area, the lake provides boaters, water skiers, and fishermen with great recreational opportunities. The State of West Virginia operates Bluestone State Park with cabin rentals, picnicking and camping facilities. Also, a swimming pool, gift shop, two boat ramps, and a marina are operated for the convenience of the visitors. Camping opportunities are also available at the state’s Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
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