9 +/- acres
Lovely 2588 finished Square Foot home on 9 wooded acres includes three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, full basement with workshop and a Bonus Room ready for your finishing touches. Over 4000 Square Feet of living space when completed. Attractive Living area and Kitchen with Elegant coffered ceilings. Light from the gorgeous mid century style picture windows compliments the three dimensional Coffered ceiling. Views of the outdoor green space are styled in holly trees and natural landscaping.
Nicely contoured yard with garden space and flowers. A Natural Spring flows from the forested acreage creating a small brook for birds and other wildlife. Many hardwoods including Cherry, Oak. Poplar, Hickory and other traditional species. White Pine and Cedar are found sparsely on the property. Raspberry, blackberries and other wild plants and herbs grow along the natural trails. Rock formations fresh air and nature make an interesting walk in the forest.
Constructed in 1981 by Robert and Peggy Cales. Located between Talcott and Hinton WV in the community of Hilldale near the Greenbrier River, WillowWood Golf Course and the Legendary John Henry Park. Reliably built to last and now available for a future family to enjoy. A grand home in the spirit of the travels and times of the era of the bustling railroad days. While Riding the trains working as a Brakeman, Conductor and occasional Engineer for the C&O Railroad (later CSX) brought adventure; ultimately the tracks always led back home to Summers County West Virginia. Designed much like the railroads strong and sturdy yet with room enough to dance, live and love.
Address – 50 Lonnie Mann Rd. Hinton, WV 25951
HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS
- Three Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 14 Rooms
- Three Carports 1 – 24 x 20 2 – 18 x 20
- Attached Garage 24 x 30
- All Appliances, Woodstove and Custom Library Convey
- City Water
- Drilled Well
- Septic System
- Electric Baseboard Heat
- DSL Internet
- Good Cell Service
- 10 x 15 Brick EntryWay with Columns
- 10 x 15 Covered Balcony with Columns
- New Roof 2014
- Additional 1170 S/F Basement with workshop
- Over 4000 S/F of Total Space
First Floor 26′ x 44′ = 1444 SF
Second Floor 26′ x 44′ = 1144 SF
Total living space = 2588 SF
Unfinished SF (Above Garage) 450 SF
Basement 26 x 44 (8 foot ceiling) 1144 SF
Total Additional Indoor SF 1594 SF
TOTAL LIVING SPACE 4182 SF
Garage 24′ x 28′
Three Carports 1 – 24′ x 20′
2 – 18′ x 20′
Kitchen 10′ x 15′
Dining Room 11′ x 13′
Den 11′ x 16′
Living Room 24′ x 17′
Foyer 14′ x 9.5′
Half Bath 5′ x 6′
Sunroom 12′ x 13′
Utility Room 12′ x 12′
Bonus Room 27′ x 10′
12′ x 15′
Master Bedroom 16.6’x 16.6′
Master Bath 16.6’x 9′
Bedroom 2 11′ x 16′
Bedroom 3 16.6′ x 12′
Jack & Jill Bath 10′ x 13′
Foyer 14′ x 9.5′
DEED and TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: Deed Books 133 Page 19
Acreage: 9 Acres +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Summers County, Talcott District, West Virginia
Tax Map 21 Parcels 3 and 4
Hinton, which became a major rail hub in the late 19th century, is known for its annual Rail Road Days festival that includes live music, local arts and crafts and excursion train rides. Hinton City Railroad Museum located on Temple Street is filled with uniforms and artifacts from the early days of the C&O Railway, CSX and Amtrak. Stop in and see the model train exhibit and tools used during the railroad days of the 19th and 20th century. Located in downtown Hinton near the historic train station.
The Hinton station was built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway in 1905 as a division terminal. The depot still stands. The station is in use and is registered in the Hinton National Register Historic District. When the station was built Hinton was a booming railroad town. The rail traffic was primarily coal. Hinton was named the county seat of Summers County when the C&O railroad donated the land for the Summers Co. Courthouse. As the division terminal for the C&O, Hinton’s population grew to more than 6000 with newspaper offices, a hospital, a hotel and the C&O that employed 100s.
This period of growth was short lived with the advent of diesel engines. The C&O / Seaboard merger of 1980 created CSX. Many yards and terminals were closed including Hinton. The town today features a large historical district full of architectural wonders. The once bustling train station is still up and running as an Amtrak station. Passengers depart and arrive in Hinton still today. Trains still run and the town has moved into the modern era. Today the city views itself as a living museum.
In recent times it has been proposed that the Railways become more strategic in the transportation of Gas and Oil commodities along with the resurgence in coal. As our economy becomes more focused on self-sustaining resources the trains may become more important to the needs of America. The resourceful interest of modern times in producing energy, products, and food on United States soil may soon revive the rail system as an essential transportation mode. All Aboard.
Please contact Joyce L. Surbaugh - Mobile Number: 304.660.8000; email address: email@example.com.