OLD SALISBURY FARM
|Address:||560 McElhenny Road, Lewisburg, WV 24901|
Richard Grist, 304.645.7674
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- 46.91 acres located in a highly desirable area of Lewisburg and Greenbrier County
- Utilities available: natural gas, 3 Phase electric, telephone, internet, public water & sewer
- Currently zoned Residential
- Adjacent-across the road properties include: commercial, residential, public grade school, historic cemetery, large farm, non-profit (Shriners)
- ¼ mile of frontage on paved state-maintained Route 60/9 (McElhenny Road)
- Jet airport service within a 10-minute drive with regular flights to Chicago and Washington DC
- 10 minutes to I-64, 120 minutes to I-81, 40 minutes to I-77
- Land use – 4 buildings (various condition) with a small amount of open area, woods, overgrown fields
Google Coordinates: 37.801644°(N), -80.454837°(W)
Address: 560 McElhenny Road, Lewisburg, WV 24901
Elevation Range: 2097 ft. to 2227 ft. +/-
The trees in the forest range in age from 10 to 50 years old. Species include black walnut, locust, red oak, white oak, soft maple, sugar maple, hickory, ash (dying or dead), and a host of other species. The walnut, white oak and locust have considerable value at the present time.
The forest is healthy except for the Ash, which is being decimated by the Emerald Ash Borer.
There are a few “Heritage Trees” scattered about the property and along the perimeter. Some of these may be 100-200 years old.
Most of the property has been used for agriculture over the years. It appears farming operations were mostly abandoned 20-30 years ago. The fields have naturally regenerated with autumn olive, locust, walnut, hickory and ash, tree of heaven and some other invasives.
Stock fencing along the perimeter is pretty much down except on the adjoining Sunrise Farm (Hamilton), which is new 7-strand high tensile.
It appears that the mineral rights are still a part of this property. A title search for actual mineral ownership rights is recommended. All mineral rights in title will convey with the property.
BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY
The property has a metes and bounds description, which is contained in the owner’s deed. Many of the boundaries are evidenced by fencing. The northeastern boundary is frontage on McElhenny Road RT 60/9. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre.
Electricity: Residential and Commercial (3 Phase)
Telephone: Provider options available
Internet: Provider options available
Natural gas – Available
Cellphone Coverage: Excellent
The property has over ¼ mile of frontage on McElhenney Road RT 60/9. The property road entrance is within that frontage.
Greenbrier County and the City of Lewisburg are subject to zoning and subdivision regulations. Information provided herein is not guaranteed, and all prospective buyers should consult the County and City Government Offices and the Health Department for details regarding zoning and building codes. Requests for construction, rezoning, subdivision, etc. may be made to the City of Lewisburg Planning Commission and the Greenbrier County Planning Commission.
A portion of this property lies within the City of Lewisburg and is zoned as RO (low density residential). This zoning designation is designed to accommodate single family residential uses in areas where public water and sewer are available. Principal permitted uses include single-family detached dwellings, modular homes, bed and breakfast inns 1-2 bedrooms, home occupations, child care home (6 or fewer children), and public parks and recreation areas. Conditional uses that may be permitted upon city government approval include single-family attached, bed and breakfast 3-6 bedrooms, group homes, schools, churches, private golf, swim, and tennis clubs, agricultural operations and farming, and child care centers for more than 6 children.
The remaining portion lies within Lewisburg District and is zoned Residential. Principal permitted uses for property with this zoning classification include either site-built or manufactured dwellings, multi-family dwellings of less than five units, public and private parks (no commercial activity), church, temple or synagogue, art studio, and publicly owned school. Permitted accessories include, among others, garages and other outbuildings, private recreational facility, private pool, raising of crops, and the keeping of livestock and poultry (non-commercial). By special exception (variance required), the property may also be used for cell tower, golf course, group recreational or sports facility (non-commercial), helipad for emergency purposes, bed and breakfast home or inn, child care center, professional office under 2,000 sq. ft., multi-family dwelling of five or more units, hospital, and nursing home.
PROPERTY TYPE/USE SUMMARY
This property is currently in old fields and 20-50 year old woodland. Four buildings in various stages of repair exist on the property.
DEED and TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: DB 506 Pg. 669
Greenbrier County, West Virginia
Acreage: 46.91 acres +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Greenbrier County (13), West Virginia
Lewisburg Corp (10)
Tax Map 18 Parcel 13; Class 4
2020 Real Estate Taxes: Exempt
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