GRANDVIEW LOT 1.6 ACRES
David Sibray, 304.575.7390
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This 1.61-acre woodland parcel on Old Grandview Road allows for easy access to I-64 and the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve at Grandview. Though in a rural residential development, it extends at the rear into the 7,000-acre Piney Creek wilderness. It is a drive of approximately eight miles or 10 minutes from Beckley.
Near many of the area’s travel amenities, the parcel is a five-minute drive from the New River Gorge National River at Grandview, a seven-minute drive from the Beckley-Raleigh County airport, a seven-minute drive to Little Beaver State Park, a 12-minute drive to Glade Springs Resort, and a 15- to 20-minute drive to Beckley’s hospitals and principal retail districts.
ATTRIBUTES AND HIGHLIGHTS
- Wooded residential location
- Suburban amenities in a rural and agricultural environment
- Proximity to New River Gorge National and Preserve
- Proximity to Winterplace Ski Resort
- Easy access to Interstate 64 and the City of Beckley
- Fast access to the expanding Raleigh County Airport and Industrial Park
- Road access on frontage and flank
Google Coordinates: 37.798412, -81.084616
Address: Old Grandview Road, Beaver, WV 25813
Elevation Range: +/-2,600 feet above sea level
The parcel is zoned for rural residential development.
The parcel frontage extends approximately 152 feet along Old Grandview Road, a paved one-lane rural route. Much of the northern flank of the property extends roughly 400 feet along Hale Street, a gravel road that provides access to four homes.
Water: Raleigh County Public Service District
Electricity: American Electric Power
Telephone: Frontier, Suddenlink
Internet: Frontier, Suddenlink
Cellphone Coverage: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular
PROPERTY TYPE/USE SUMMARY
This principally level, wooded lot is zoned “rural residential.” Please contact the Raleigh County Commission for zoning specifications.
DEED and TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: DB R156, Pg. 580
Raleigh County, West Virginia
Acreage: 1.61 +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Shady Spring District (08), Raleigh County (41)
Tax Map 2 Parcel 2B; Parcel 30
2020 Real Estate Taxes: $390.14
Public Elementary School:
Shady Spring Elementary School (PK-5)
Public Middle School:
Shady Spring Middle School (6-8)
Public High School:
Shady Spring High School (9-12)
Greater Beckley Christian School (K-12)
Mabscott Christian Academy (K-12)
Saint Francis Desales Roman Catholic School (K-8)
Victory Baptist Academy (K-12)
WVU-Tech: Appalachian Bible College
Concord University (Beaver Campus)
Bluefield State College (Beaver Campus)
Southern West Virginia Community College
Old Grandview Road is located in south-central West Virginia, a region highly regarded for its blend of forest and farmland and high interstate access. Two interstate expressways—I-64 and I-77—converge nearby at Beckley, accomodating easy access to metropolitan areas of the eastern U.S. However, the area is best known for its proximity to national parks and outdoor recreation.
The Old Grandview Road
The old road leading across a tableland region west of the county seat at Beckley, what’s now Old Grandview Road was first a wagon road established as early at the 1830s. It was long the principal route between early settlements at Grandview and Table Rock established by the Carper and Scott families, respectively. The old road was by-passed by the newer Grandview Road in the 1940s and since has become a secondary route used principally to access adjoining homes, farms, and woodlots.
Grandview is the name of a rural community established on the tablelands along the rim of the New River Gorge in the 1850s, though it’s best known as the state park developed there in the 1950s, now part of the national park. Both the park and community are named for the spectacular views of the narrowing valley of the New River afforded from cliff-top overlooks. The main overlook at Grandview and the nearby Turkey Spur overlook are among the most visited locations in the park. The outdoor dramas “Honey in the Rock” and “Hatfields & McCoys” have been attracting visitors to the park’s Cliffside Amphitheatre, located near the Main Overlook, since 1974. More than 64,000 cars entered the park at Grandview in 2020, according to the National Park Service.
Little Beaver State Park
One of the most community-driven parks in the state system, Little Beaver is a favorite local destination for fishing, hiking, biking, and camping. A drive of fewer than five miles from Old Grandview Road, the park accomodates easy access to outdoor recreation when national park facilities may be crowded. The park includes 18-acre Little Beaver Lake, ideal for kayaking, and a 46-site campground open year-round.
Winterplace and Glade Springs
The ski resort Winterplace is a drive of approximately 20 minutes south of Old Grandview Road. It boasts nine lifts, 27 trails, night skiing, and a snowtubing park. Adjoining I-77, it’s easily accessible to millions of skiers and markets itself as “Where the the South learns to ski!” Also nearby, the Resort at Glade Springs offers three world-class golf courses and country-club amenities in a residential gated community.
Glade Creek Trails
Maintained by the National Park Service, the Glade Creek Trails system includes more than 15 miles of woodland trails that visit wetlands, waterfalls, and some of the most remote forests in the national park. Its southern trailhead is a drive of fewer than five miles from Old Grandview Road. Glade Creek is also a beloved trout stream, and its swimming holes are popular in summer.
Piney Creek Trails
A favorite easy-access destination for hikers and bikers, more than 20 miles of trail in the Piney Creek Trail System wander the wooded tablelands along either rim of the Piney Creek Gorge east of Beckley. A drive of fewer than five to 10 minutes from Old Grandview Road, the trails are renowned for their convenience to work commute routes in Beckley and at the Raleigh County Airport Industrial Park and the Pinecrest Business and Technology Park.
From I-64 exit 129-B at Grandview Road, turn onto Grandview Road (CR 9/11) and proceed north toward Grandview approximately one mile to junction at left with Old Grandview Road (CR 9). Turn left onto Old Grandview Road, and proceed approximately 1.6 miles to frontage on left.
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