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151 Properties:

$249,900

1 Story, 1 Story,Residential - Single Family - GAP MILLS, WV

26.43 acres
7102 MONCOVE LAKE ROAD GAP MILLS WV 24941
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SHOWCASE
The Gem of Moncove Lake! This awesome brick home boasts 2,516 Sq. Ft that has been totally renovated: lifetime shingled roof, gutters, kitchen, 2 baths, utility room, garage doors w/openers, complete ...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$289,900

2 Story,Residential - Single Family, 2 Story - GAP MILLS, WV

2.37 acres
281 ANDERSON ROAD GAP MILLS WV 24941
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PLATINUM
Contemporary, quality craftsmanship, peaceful & pleasing almost describe this home. This 3BR, 2.5BA on 2.3ac features covered front & rear porches & a 24x24 garage with storage/workshop loft. Enter t...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$375,000

208 Acres in Monroe County, West Virginia

208 acres
2402 LILLYDALE BACKCREEK RD Greenville WV 24945
PLATINUM
3 bedroom 1 bath home on approx. 208 acres by deed. Land has approx 30 acres open in fields and the rest in woodland. Lots of trails thru out the property, a nice shale bank for future roads, tons of...
Derek W. Houchins, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$129,000

61 Acres in Monroe County, West Virginia

61 acres
KNOBBS ROAD Union WV 24983
PLATINUM
Union, Knobbs Road- Enjoy the tremendous long range westerly views from this mostly wooded 61 acre property. This mountain top property offers power and phone close by and an undeveloped spring, This ...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$129,000

61 Acres in Monroe County, West Virginia

61 acres
KNOBBS ROAD Union WV 24983
PLATINUM
Union, Knobbs Road- Enjoy the tremendous long range westerly views from this mostly wooded 61 acre property. This mountain top property offers power and phone close by and an undeveloped spring, This ...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$129,000

Lots and Land - UNION, WV

61 acres
KNOBBS ROAD UNION WV 24983
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PLATINUM
Union, Knobbs Road- Enjoy the tremendous long range westerly views from this mostly wooded 61 acre property. This mountain top property offers power and phone close by and an undeveloped spring, This ...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$229,900

2 Story,Residential - Single Family, 2 Story - SINKS GROVE, WV

84 acres
3641 SECOND CREEK ROAD SINKS GROVE WV 24976
50
PLATINUM
Second Creek- 84 /- acres with 2 homes. Unique 2story log cabin over basement offers privacy/seclusion, a large living room with beautiful rock fireplace and wood burning inset, large BR and full bath...
Tom Johnson, Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate
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$250,000

Main Street, Union (16-1046)

402 S Main Street Union WV 24983
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PLATINUM
This home is located on Main Street in Union with a porch all around one side and it is a two story farm house that offers two apartments separate entrance. Each apartment offers a bath and 2/3 bedroo...
Greg Allman, Greenbrier Real Estate Service
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Monroe County, WV Land Info

Monroe County is a mid-size rural county in West Virginia. The most common type of land for sale in Monroe County recently was farms, while Gap Mills featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Monroe County at $6,265, with an average list price of $260,586 for land and farms for sale in Monroe County. Of the 55 counties in West Virginia, Monroe County ranks 41st in terms of its population (13,506, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Monroe County. Size-wise, Monroe County is West Virginia's 20th biggest county (474 square miles, which represents two percent of the state). Farming activities in Monroe County generate annual revenues of $31 million, nine percent of which is from livestock products and 91 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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