GOBBLER’S HILL Home and 8.9 Acres
Quality home on wooded acreage overlooking Wolf Creek Valley
Randy S. "Riverbend" Burdette, 304.667.2287 or 304.645.7674
“Gobbler’s Hill” – This outstanding contemporary home sits on 8.92 acres with spectacular views of the Wolf Creek Valley below. Built new in 2003, this home offers quality construction throughout with many upgrades. Coradco double pane doors and windows, Genrac whole house generator, professional security system and two heat pumps. There are also two large outside decks upstairs to enjoy the sunrise and a cup of coffee.
The 8.92 is completely forested and has 100 year old trees of oak, maple, hickory and tulip poplar. Squirrels, deer and especially turkey make their home in this forest and just about any morning they may be seen from the outside decks. The songbirds, owls, hawks, blue jays and cardinals also enjoy the forest and their songs are a pleasant addition to the peace and quiet found in this lovely area of Monroe County.
Brick and Vinyl 2-Story
Approximately 2900 sq. ft.
Year Built: 2003
Total Finished Sq. Ft. – 2700 +/-
Main Floor Sq. Ft. – 1350’ +/-
Upper Floor Sq. Ft. – 1350 +/-
Basement Sq. Ft. none
Total Rooms: 8
Total Bathrooms: 3
Full Bathrooms: 2
½ Bathrooms: 1
Garage Type: Stand Alone metal carport
Lot Acres: 8.92 Acres by survey
Date of Roof: 2003
Floor: Carpet, Ceramic Tile
Heat: 2 Electric Heat Pumps, Gas Fireplace
Air-conditioning: Heat Pump
Water: Drilled well with complete water treatment system. Water tested in 2006.
Sewer: Septic, pumped 10/2011
Sump pump: In crawlspace
Generator: Genrac – whole house, runs on propane.
Security System – Professionally installed.
Telephone: Landline- temporarily disconnected.
Cellphone Coverage: US Cellular has coverage here in places.
Items to Convey: Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Oven/Stove, Washer/Dryer, Microwave, Disposal, Generator, Ceiling Fans.
Master BR: 13′ x 14’
BR 4: 7′ x 12′
BR 5: 11′ x 11′
Living/Dining Room: 16′ x 24’
Kitchen-Breakfast Nook: 8′ x 21′
Foyer: 7’ x 12’
Family Room: 19’ x 23’
BR 1: 10′ x 12′
BR 2: 11’ x 11’
Utility/Mud Room: 8′ x 43′
Attic (Unfinished): small space used for storage
LOCATION, LEGAL INFORMATION
100 Creamery Road
Wayside WV 24985
Google Coordinates: Lat 37.6136N Lon 080.6752W
Tax Map 18, Parcel 26
Deed Book 248, Page 67
Taxes 2017: $1,285.02
From Alderson, cross the new bridge and take Route 3 for about 2 ¾ miles and take a right on the Creamery & Wayside Road (CR7). Go approximately 8 miles and the property will be on the right just past the intersection of the Creamery Road and turn off for Johnson’s Crossroad (CR 14).
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