53.6 +/- acres
Located at Alderson 53.62 Acres includes Pasture, hayfields, forest, blue line stream, barn, machinery shed, shop, corn cribs and stocked pond. This home is what Precious Memories are made of. Truly etched in time a distinguished three bedroom 2 bath home built in 1840 offers 2620 square feet of living space with five fireplaces.
Formal dining room. Eat in Kitchen open floor plan living area. Parlor. Foyer with Grand Staircase. Many original features include the classic Federal Staircase and handrail likely of civil war era. Large raised panel doors with original hardware. Sidelites and transom entryway glass. Sash windows. Wavy Glass. Mantles and Hearths. Shiplap, Crown, Wainscoting, paneled staircase, Arched Doorways, nursury, serving area and more. Lovely Flint’s Country Chapel joins the property
The Arched doorways are a classical touch at home in Greek Revivals. There are many reasons houses blend elements from more than one style. this kind of mixture is a hallmark of a transitional style. Victorian aspects are noted. Balcony and second floor foyer detail transom and sidelites. Outside gingerbread trim. Heartpine floors are visible in some rooms. Plank siding. Cut stone foundation. Secret Attic Staircase.
Built by William Hinchman and well know as the HInchman Farm of Creamery Road. The Hinchman Family were community leaders physicians and legislators. Wonderful versatile property avaliable for the next generation of memories.
Google Coordinates: 37.647482°(N), -80.686437°(W)
Address: Creamery Road, Pence Springs, WV 24962
Elevation: 1600 ft. +/-
West Virginia is one of the states in the US that has two ownership titles, those being SURFACE RIGHTS and MINERAL RIGHTS. A title search for mineral rights ownership has not been conducted. All rights the owner has will convey with the property. A mineral title search could be conducted by a title attorney at the same time when the surface title search is being conducted.
BOUNDARIES AND SURVEY
The property consists of 3 tracts, each of which has been surveyed, and plats were prepared from those surveys. The survey plats and the metes and bounds descriptions from the surveys are contained in the current owners’ deed. Some locations of the boundary are evidenced by fencing while significant boundary runs with Kelly Creek and with RT 7. The property is being sold by the boundary and not by the acre.
The property has significant frontage on RT 7, and the property driveway is within that frontage, providing direct access to the public road system.
There is currently no county zoning in Monroe County. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to contact the Monroe County Health Department for answers regarding installation of septic systems and water wells. Further information on county zoning may be answered by contacting the Monroe County Commission.
PROPERTY TYPE/USE SUMMARY
There is a tract of 10 acres in forestland, while the balance 43 acres of the property is in fields, pasture, and open area containing the home and farm buildings.
(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 AND TAX INFORMATION
Deed Information: DB 209 Pg. 246
Monroe County, West Virginia
Acreage: 53.623 acres +/-
Real Estate Tax ID/Acreage/Taxes:
Monroe County (32), West Virginia
Wolf Creek District (9)
Tax Map 13 Parcels 3.13, 3.14, and 3.15; Class 2
2019 Total Real Estate Taxes: $776.64
Although the property is contained within Monroe County, it is very close to county lines, which may allow certain schools from Greenbrier, Monroe, and Summers counties to be available. Summers County School District & Greenbrier County School District
Public Elementary Schools:
Alderson Elementary School – Greenbrier County
Mountain View Elementary School – Monroe County
Talcott Elementary School – Summers County
Public Middle Schools:
Eastern Greenbrier Middle School – Greenbrier County
Mountain View Middle School – Monroe County
Summers Middle School – Summers County
Public High Schools:
Greenbrier East High School – Greenbrier County
James Monroe High School – Monroe County
Summers County High School – Summers County
Monroe County Vocational Center
From Alderson, WV (via RT 3 through the Monroe County side of Alderson): 8.6 Miles +/- (20 Minutes +/-)
Beginning on RT 3 / RT 12 at the Alderson Memorial Bridge (now limited to walking use) on the Greenbrier County side, travel RT 3 W / RT 12 S a short distance and turn left to cross the RT 3 South bridge over the Greenbrier River; continue left with RT 3 South; after going through the sharp turn to the right in town, travel RT 3 South for 2.2 miles; turn right onto Creamery Road RT 3/2; travel Creamery Road for 3.3 miles; turn left onto Riverview RT 15/3; travel 1.5 miles; continue straight onto RT 7 known as Creamery Rd/Wayside-Creamery Rd/Anderson Rd; travel 6/10 mile; the property driveway is on the right.
From Alderson, WV: 13.5 Miles +/- (25 Minutes +/-)
Beginning on RT 3 / RT 12 at the Alderson Memorial Bridge (now limited to walking use) on the Greenbrier County side, travel RT 3 W / RT 12 S for 7.9 miles to Pence Springs; just a short distance past Country Roads Store on RT 3/ RT 12, turn left onto Lowell Road RT 15 (aka Creamery Road); travel 3/10 mile, crossing the bridge, making the curve to the right, then turn left crossing the railroad tracks to continue on Lowell Road RT 15; travel an additional 2.4 miles; turn left to continue on Lowell Road RT 15 (aka Creamery Road); travel 1.7 miles; continue straight onto RT 7 known as Creamery Rd/Wayside-Creamery Rd/Anderson Rd; travel 6/10 mile; stay to the right to continue on RT 7; travel 6/10 mile; the property driveway is on the right.
From Hinton, WV: 15.8 Miles +/- (30 Minutes +/-)
From Hinton, travel RT 20 South, cross the Hinton New River Bridge, turn left with RT 20 South/RT 3 East; travel for approximately 1.7 miles; turn left with RT 3 East, cross the Veterans Memorial Bridge; turn right with RT 3 into BellePoint; travel RT 3 East for 5.3 miles; turn left onto RT 12 N / RT 3 E; travel 3.6 miles to Talcott; just a short distance past the Talcott Post Office, turn right onto Barger Springs Road RT 17 (that crosses the railroad track and the river bridge); travel Barger Springs Road for 4/10 mile; continue straight onto Talcott – Lowell Road RT 15/2; travel 1.5 miles; turn right onto Lowell Road RT 15 (aka Creamery Road); travel 1.7 miles; continue straight onto RT 7 known as Creamery Rd/Wayside-Creamery Rd/Anderson Rd; travel 6/10 mile; stay to the right to continue on RT 7; travel 6/10 mile; the property driveway is on the right.