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Agent Contact:
Joyce L. Surbaugh, 304.660.8000

Wagon Wheel Heritage Farm is located three miles northwest of Blue Sulphur Springs, WV. This 88 acre property offers level to rolling land with 20 beautiful acres of hayfields and pasture, three originating springs and a pond. The home is a singlewide 2-bedroom 1-bath home with well, septic, forced air electric furnace, deck and metal roof. There are three storage buildings, a chicken house and many fruit trees. There are two drilled water wells, septic, hughes net internet, dish satellite. A Tiller, zero turn mower, new pellet wood stove and John Deere Mower will convey. Mineral rights convey. Bring your horses and make your home on this versatile property.

The Wagon Wheel Heritage Farm is located along the Old Blue Sulphur Turnpike where the stagecoach, horses, and wagons would have once traveled to the Blue Sulphur Springs, Alderson, Lewisburg, Charleston, and throughout the area. Many Turnpikes in early America were frequently traveled from Philadelphia to the Cumberland Gap.

Eventually these early routes branched out across America. Days of the stagecoach, supply wagons, carts, buggies are long gone. The land however remains virtually the same. Like coming home to see an old friend, a farmland property is just that. Like the wind and the rain, the roads we travel, the land and the memories stay in our hearts. The sound of the hooves of an approaching stagecoach would have been an exciting sight.

The Blue Sulphur Turnpike was originally a Native American Trail, then later became one of the early Turnpikes of America. Blue Sulphur Turnpike joined the James River-Kanawha Turnpike near Dawson, WV. James River-Kanawha Turnpike was a main route of travel from the Lewisburg area to the Kanawha Valley from the days of the Native Americans until the development of the Midland Trail, which is now U. S. Route 60 and part of I-64. See the photo Gallery for historic maps depicting Pioneer Turnpike Routes throughout West Virginia.

General Lewis followed Indian trails along this route when taking his army west to Point Pleasant. Civil War troops went back and forth via this route to the Kanawha Valley. Confederate troops camped at Blue Sulphur Springs to guard against Union troops using the route to invade Virginia. Confederate General Robert E. Lee obtained his famous Warhorse Traveller in the area of the Blue Sulphur Spring.

During the winter of 1862-63, several hundred Georgia troops camped at Blue Sulphur Springs and eighty-nine died. The troops would have camped here to block access to Virginia from the Kanawha Valley. Their presence here reaffirms that the road was a major thoroughfare during the period. Union troops burned the facilities of the Blue Sulphur Springs Resort to the ground in 1864 and it was never rebuilt. The old Springhouse still stands and is a protected historic landmark of the area. A monument marks the area of the Georgia troops cemetery.

The Greenbrier River at Alderson is a short 20-minute drive from the property for the water enthusiast. The New River is also nearby at Sandstone a 20-minute drive. Meadow River Wildlife Management Area and the New River National Park Service provide 1000’s of additional acres of recreational hunting land in the surrounding area. Beautiful Wagon Wheel Heritage Farm fronts Bennett Mountain Road. Exceptional access.


Google Coordinates: 37.840522°(N), -80.667130°(W)
Address: 2732 Bennett Mountain Road, Alderson, WV 24910 (location is near Dawson, WV)
Elevation Range: 2495 ft. to 2597 ft. +/-


The property has a little over 17 acres in pasture fields. A couple of acres of those fields have previously been used for crop cultivation.


Inside the property is a small intermittent stream that would be active during periods of heavy rainfall or snow melt.


A title search for actual mineral ownership rights is recommend. All rights the owner has will convey with the property.


Some of the property boundaries are evidenced by stock fencing. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre.


Water: 2 drilled Well
Sewer: 2 installed Septic systems
Electricity: on the property
Telephone: Available through Frontier
Internet: Available through Frontier or HughesNet, DirectTV or DishNetwork
Cellphone Coverage: good in most locations on the property


The property has about ½ mileage of frontage on Bennett Mountain Road RT 25/3.


Greenbrier County is subject to some zoning and subdivision regulations. All prospective buyers should consult the County Commission and also the Health Department for details regarding zoning, building codes and installation of septic systems.
Information can be found at the county website:


There are two homes, an older barn, pasture fields, forestland, and formerly cultivated areas in this property. A breakdown is as follows:

Home area north side of road: 1.5 acres +/-
Home area south side of road: 1 acre +/-
Pasture fields: 16 acres +/-
Formerly cultivated crop areas: 1.5 acres
Forestland: 68 acres +/-
(This summary is an estimation of current property use as determined from aerial photography. It is made subject to the estimation of property boundaries and any errors in the interpretation of land use type from the aerial photography utilized.)


Deed Information: DB 599 Pg. 333
Greenbrier County, West Virginia
Acreage: 88 acres +/-

Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Greenbrier County (13), West Virginia
Blue Sulphur District (3)
Tax Map 15 Parcel 53; ACREAGE 88.749 (D); Class 2

2019 Real Estate Taxes: $559.34


Greenbrier County School District

Public Elementary Schools:
Rupert Elementary School
Smoot Elementary School

Public Middle Schools:
Eastern Greenbrier Middle School
Western Greenbrier Middle School

Public High School:
Greenbrier East High School
Greenbrier West High School


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