33 acres in Monongalia County, West Virginia
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Details about the Land
Description of the Land
an exquisitely designed Chinook log home that has the character of a historic western lodge on 33 picturesque acres with a fully stocked pond, horse barn and riding arenas. The living spaces are visually appealing and warmly comfortable with over 6,000 square feet of living space.
This private retreat features many fine appointments inclluding custom furnishings, three stone fireplaces, lodge pole pine stairs, hardwood floors, vaulted beamed ceilings, luxurious master suite, a gourmet kitchen and fully finished lower level.
The grounds are highlighted by a 3/4 acre pond with an average depth of 6 feet that is fully stocked with bass, blue gill, perch and catfish. A four stall horse barn is complete with electric Nelson Horse Waterers, a wash stall and tack room. 60x96 indoor riding arena with sand floor is perfect for quarter horses. Equipment shed, pole building and 60x80 outdoor riding arena, fenced dog kennel for 3 dogs with electric, water and gas heat.
Property was named "Farm of the Year" in 1992-1993 by the Monongalia County Soil Conservation District.
Rarely can one find such an opportunity within minutes of downtown Morgantown.
848 Plesant Hill Road, Morgantown, West Virginia, 26501
Directions to the Land
South Pierpont Road, past Fields Park Road, to Pleasant Hill Road. Turn left into gated property.
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