Property 9584186

NEW LOW PRICE: 2.48 Acres of Natural Beauty! Great Recreation OR Homesite.

County Route 1/3 Berkeley Springs WV 25411  |  Morgan County, WV
  • $13,500
  • 2.48 acres

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Listing Status: Active
Listing Type: Sale
Property Type(s):
Irrigated: No
Residence: No
Property ID: 9584186

Property Description

NEW LOWER PRICE!

Description
SUNSET VIEWS / MASSIVE HARDWOOD FOREST!!

This perfectly positioned homesite offers stunning western panoramic views, a mature park-like forest throughout, and the privacy you can expect from almost 2.5 acres! Located just minutes from 23,000-acre state forest, Interstate, shopping, medical, etc Ready to build or camp!


CALL Katherine TODAY! 617-843-5267


Property Details:

APN: 07-6-01320000

Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: WV County Route 1/3 Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Linwood Knoll Subdivision Lot 18 2.48 AC
County: Morgan County
Zoning: Residential
Terrain: Plain and wooded
Power: Power in the road
Water: Well or alternative system will be needed
Sewer: Septic or alternative system will be needed
Gas: Propane
Roads: Gravel
Annual Assessment: Not to exceed $100 per year (for maintenance of roads & other common facilities in the subdivision)
Time to build: No time limit
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $223.34
Terms: Cash Sale Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company

GPS: 39.644264, -78.106747

Restrictive Covenants:
Camping is allowed on the property
RVs are allowed on the property but cannot be used as a permanent residence
Stick Built homes:
Single Story home must be a minimum of 1,000 sq. feet
Two Story home must be a minimum of 800 sq. feet
Click the following link to view the Linwood Knolls Sub Division Covenants and Restrictions


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The Area:
Morgan County is a county located in West Virginia and its Its county seat is Berkeley Springs. Morgan County was formed in 1820 from parts of Hampshire and Berkeley Counties and named in honor of General Daniel Morgan, a well-known soldier of the American Revolutionary War. Morgan County is also the home of a mine that produces special sand used in the glass industry.

The first English settlers in present-day Morgan County arrived during the 1730s. Because most of these early pioneers were squatters, there is no record of their names. Historians claim that the first cabin in the county was built around 1745.

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