91 ACRES +/-

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Sinking Creek Crossing gives a glimpse of days gone by and how life was once lived in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia. This 91 acre Greenbrier County homestead dates back to the 1930’s when daily life revolved around farming and raising families. The old grainery, smokehouse, chicken coop and yes, an outside john, all compliment the original house built above the banks of Sinking Creek. The huge sugar maples still stand that the family tapped to make maple syrup and candy in the early spring.

Only 5 minutes to I-64 and 15 minutes to Lewisburg, Sinking Creek Crossing is easily accessible by state maintained roads. Power, water and septic are in place. In fact the old hand pump still works but modern plumbing was installed years ago.

Lot’s of wild hickory nuts and walnuts along with a grape arbor and raspberry bushes make for some tasty snacks. Many fine gardens have been raised here over the years in the fertile bottom land next to Sinking Creek.

Sinking Creek Crossing is a pretty farm and the early mornings and late evenings are filled with the songs of Wood Thrushes, Song Sparrows and Mockingbirds. An abundance of woodpeckers and nuthatches like the edges between forest and fields.


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