PINE GROVE MEMORIAL GARDENS
Richard Grist, 304.645.7674
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- Pine Grove Memorial Gardens is a perpetual care cemetery located on Pine Grove Road, Lindside, Monroe County, West Virginia
- Established in 1997
- Offers at-need and pre-need burial plans
- Products available include vaults, markers, monuments, cremations, benches, and personal mausoleums
- 4.0 acres for traditional burial and cremation. This acreage includes two gardens that have been surveyed, landscaped, including roads, features, gazebo, office and storage building and granite entrance
- 1,250 pre-surveyed sites available for burial, with an additional 2,500 sites available to be surveyed
- 12’ x 24′ office and storage building
- Will convey with pre-need contracts, on-hand vaults, tent, lowering device and items used at the cemetery for burial
- Many other cemeteries in the area are full or becoming full
- Plenty of spaces available to pre-plan for family burial
Google Coordinates: 37.459852°(N), -80.694412°(W)
Address: Pine Grove Road, Lindside, WV 24951; No 911 address is assigned to property without a home.
Elevation Range: 2100 ft. to 2159 ft. +/-
- 10 minutes to Peterstown
- 30 minutes to Talcott
- 40 minutes to Hinton
- 45 minutes to Alderson
- 55 minutes to Blacksburg
- 55 minutes to Lewisburg
- 60 minutes to Greenbrier Valley Airport, Lewisburg
- 60 minutes to Roanoke Valley Airport
BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY
The property was surveyed in 1997 to create the cemetery from a larger tract of land, and a metes and bounds description prepared from that survey is contained in the owner’s deed. The southern boundary is state road frontage. The eastern boundary runs with the center of a 30’ right-of-way. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre.
Water: Public water is available nearby
Internet: Line of sight (LOS),
Cellphone Coverage: Good with 4G
The property has frontage on Pine Grove Road Rt 27, and also runs with the center of a 30’ right of way.
There is currently no county zoning in Monroe County. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to contact the Monroe County Health Department for answers regarding installation of septic systems and water wells. Further information on county zoning may be answered by contacting the Monroe County Commission.
DEED and TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: DB 213 Pg. 780
Monroe County, West Virginia
Acreage: 4 acres +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Monroe County (32), West Virginia
Red Sulphur District (3)
Tax Map 17 Parcel 18.2; Class 3
2021 Real Estate Taxes: Exempt
Pine Grove Memorial Gardens is located in the unincorporated community of Lindside. Lindside is located on U.S. Route 219, northeast of Peterstown. The name Lindside was derived from linden, a type of tree, according to local history. Lindside is home to James Monroe High School and the Monroe County Technical Center. Lindside offers a skilled nursing center/transitional care facility, banks, and convenience shopping. Lindside also has a volunteer fire department.
The Town of Peterstown is just a 12-minute drive from Pine Grove Memorial Gardens. Banking, healthcare facilities, drugstore, grocery, hardware, auto parts and farm supply are readily available in Peterstown. The town is on the border with Virginia and Virginia Tech is less than an hour from Peterstown.
Peterstown was chartered in 1803 by the Virginia General Assembly, incorporated in 1892 by the Circuit Court. Peterstown was named for Christian Peters, Revolutionary war soldier, who settled nearby and founded the town shortly after the Revolutionary War. The town is the site of the 1928 discovery of the 34.48 carat (6.896 g) Jones Diamond by Grover C. Jones and his son, William “Punch” Jones.
The charming village of Union, which is the Monroe County seat, and is just a 25-minute drive. Banking, healthcare facilities, drugstore, grocery, hardware, auto parts and farm supply are readily available in nearby Union and Peterstown. There are no fast food restaurants but there are the local restaurants that are great places to meet friends and enjoy a great home cooked meal.
Some of the friendliest people in West Virginia can be found in Monroe County. Monroe County has a population of about 13,000 residents and does not have a stoplight and is populated with more cattle and sheep than people. Monroe County is a special area with interesting folks, both “born and raised” and newer members from many different states. People from all walks of life reside in harmony in this lovely pastoral setting. Located south of Union, near Rock Camp, and west of Blacksburg, VA, the parcel offers those from urban areas the opportunity for a rural retreat well within a half days drive to Washington, DC and Charlotte, NC.
Shortly after Monroe County was created, James Alexander offered 25 acres of land, including a lot for a courthouse which in time became the town of Union. On January 6, 1800, the Virginia Assembly passed an act creating the town of Union. The Monroe County Historical Society preserves several historic structures in the town, including the Caperton Law Office, Owen Neel House, Clark-Wisemen House, Ames Clair Hall, and the Old Baptist Church. The Union Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
SALT SULPHUR SPRINGS
Salt Sulphur Springs is located just a few miles north of the property and is a popular wedding venue and is the scene of select community advents.
The area is well known for the healing waters of the numerous “Sulphur Springs”. During the 1800’s and early 1900’s, several “Sulphur Springs Resorts” flourished in the area. Most notably and still in existence are White Sulphur Springs, Warm Springs and, Hot Springs. Others included, Sweet Springs, Blue Sulphur Springs, Red Sulphur Springs, Green Sulphur Springs, Pence Springs and, Sweet Chalybeate Springs.
During the height of wealthy families’ summer treks to the Virginia springs resorts—from roughly 1800 until the Civil War—one popular circuit encompassed “the fountains most strongly impregnated with minerals, heat, fashion, and fame,” according to one chronicler. For those arriving from eastern Virginia and points northeast, the circuit started at Warm Springs northeast of Lewisburg, in the Allegheny Mountains. From there, it ran south and west to the Hot, the White Sulphur, the Sweet, the Salt Sulphur, and the Red Sulphur, then back in the opposite direction.
The “Old Salt” was famed for its three springs: sweet, salt sulphur, and iodine, curative especially for “chronic diseases of the brain” such as headaches.
The main hotel building dates to about 1820. Salt Sulphur Springs Historic District holds one of the largest groupings of pre-Civil War native stone buildings in West Virginia
RED SULPHUR SPRINGS
Red Sulphur Springs, located just a few miles from Lindeside, was once was the site of another popular mineral spring resort from the 1820s until World War I. The spring water emerges from the ground at 54 degrees F. and leaves a purplish-red sulfurous deposit which was used to treat skin conditions. The water was believed to be useful in the treatment of tuberculosis. Modern analysis shows the water to be high in bicarbonate, sulfate, and calcium. Around 1920, the buildings were dismantled, and the resort ceased operation.
Historic Lewisburg is located just 55 minutes to the North with all the charm of a small town and all the amenities of a larger city. Designated the “Coolest Small Town in America”, fine dining, arts and entertainment flourish in the Lewisburg area while “big box” stores like Walmart and Lowes are also available along with the Greenbrier Valley Medical Center and other medical services.
Lewisburg is also home to Carnegie Hall, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, the WV School of Osteopathic Medicine, a community college, and is the county seat for Greenbrier County. The Greenbrier Valley Airport with daily flights to Atlanta and Washington, DC is located just outside of Lewisburg. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is 1 hour drive and Snowshoe Ski Resort is within a 2 hour drive as well.
Within an hour to two hour drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Snowshoe Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the Greenbrier, New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, 919,000 acre Monongahela National Forest 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.
Monroe County School District
Public Elementary School:
Mountain View Elementary School
Public Middle School:
Mountain View Middle School
Public High School:
James Monroe High School
From Union, WV: 18.3 miles (approximate 25 minutes)
From the Courthouse in Union; travel US 219 South for 16.8 miles; turn right onto Pine Grove Road Rt. 27 beside the Lindside Volunteer Fire Department; travel 1.5 miles; turn right onto Southview Drive; the entrance to the property is immediately on the left.
From Peterstown, WV: 9.5 miles (approximate 12 minutes)
From the US Post Office in Peterstown, travel US 219 North for 7.8 miles; turn left onto Pine Grove Road Rt. 27 beside the Lindside Volunteer Fire Department; travel 1.5 miles; turn right onto Southview Drive; the entrance to the property is immediately on the left.
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