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8.75 acres Gap Mills, WV $92,000

8.75 acres Gap Mills, WV

Monroe County Oak Hall Red Oak Realty

Type: Residential

LAKE HOUSE DRIVE----GAP MILLS--- 8.75 ACRES---- 3 BR---1 BATH CABIN--- 5 MINUTE DRIVE TO MONCOVE LAKE---15 MINUTES TO JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST HUNTING/HIKING AREA Contact Red Oak Realty at 304.645.5100

5.06 acres Gap Mills, WV $69,995

5.06 acres Gap Mills, WV

Monroe County Shonna Ruble Freedom Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 1 Bed | 1 Bath

Looking for an escape to the hustle and bustle of city life! Well look no more, here we have a well maintained 1 bedroom, 1 bath cabin on 5.06 acres. This property has privacy, seclusion yet access right down the road to the Wonderful Moncove Lake State Park and all of its amenities, including trails, hunting, fishing (122 acre lake), and swimming. This property has a small orchard along with a nice pond. There is also a place for an additional camper or RV for friends and family. Room to hunt play or just plain relax. Call today for your private showing.

0.7 acres Gap Mills, WV $17,000

0.7 acres Gap Mills, WV

Monroe County Oak Hall Red Oak Realty

Type: Residential

SWEET SPRINGS --- . 70 ACRE------2/1 HOUSE AND SINGLEWIDE----NEEDS WORK -- GREAT LOCATION-----STATE ROAD FRONTAGE Contact Red Oak Realty at 304.645.5100

550 acres Gap Mills, WV $1,600,000

550 acres Gap Mills, WV

Monroe County Randy S. Burdette, CAI 927 - Broker Riverbend USA LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1900 SqFt

ASH LOU FARMS Zenith Road, Gap Mills, Monroe County West Virginia There remains a very special place tucked away in the peaceful Appalachian Mountains know as Monroe County, West Virginia. Monroe County was formed in 1799 by an act of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Monroe County was believed to be worthy of becoming a county due to the richness of the farms and because of the great sources of mineral and spring waters. Monroe County is one of the few counties left where; the cattle population is more than mankind, no four lane road in the county, no permanent traffic light, security at the courthouse in Union is an open door with a warm greeting. Of all of West Virginia 55 counties, Monroe County is ranked last in growth, which is arguably to some because of resisting many newer, but not better changes. The following is posted on the official Monroe County website. Secluded in the Allegheny Highlands, present-day Monroe County remained a land unseen for several generations of early Virginia colonists. The first settlers arrived around 1760, beginning a 30-year period of frontier conflict. Formation of Monroe as a separated County, separated from Greenbrier, came in 1799. The new County was named for James Monroe, Virginia's governor at the time. Monroe's economic basis has always been farming and timber harvesting. Beginning around 1790, two additional activities were important for about 70 years. It was the age of water power, and streams such as Indian Creek and The Second Creek supported more than two dozen water-powered mills. During the same period, the area's mineral springs became major summer resorts, catering to Southerners seeking relief from lowland summer heat. Monroe County supported the Confederate cause during the War between the States. When the Federal side carved the new State of West Virginia from Virginia in 1863 included Monroe County, a designation resisted by residents until 1865. After the War, with the South's economy and social order devastated, the old resorts faded away. New railroads came nearby, but bypassed Monroe County except at more accessible edges. Steam power and newer forms of energy overshadowed water power. Lacking suitable coal deposits, Monroe County lies outside the area which encompasses most of West Virginia. For these reasons, "Old Monroe" relies largely on agriculture and retains its pastoral character. In recent times tranquil landscapes has attracted a number of artisans, retirees, and knowledge worker. Interesting Facts about Monroe Monroe County was the home of Andrew S. Rowan of Spanish-American War fame, who is immortalized in Elbert Hubbard's classic A Message to Garcia. The county was also the site of the 1928 discovery of the 34.48 carat (6.896 g) Jones Diamond by Grover C. Jones and his son, William "Punch" Jones One of Monroe County's major geological features is Haynes Cave, a former saltpeter mine. Strange bones were discovered in the Haynes Cave by the miners at the end of the 18th Century, and mailed to Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson's study of the animal, the Megalonyx jeffersonii was arguably the birth of American paleontology. It is now the official West Virginia state fossil. Ash Lou Farm is located just west of the Great Divide in the Sweet Springs Valley community of Gap Mills. In this farming rich community you will find a 1800s style group offering various goods and services to the community and to adjoining counties. Ash Lou Farm is located just a very few short miles from Gap Mills on the Zenith Road. Driving along on Zenith Road you will see some of the finest farms in the state. Ash Lou Farm will be located on the left side of Zenith Road once you have traveled the 3-4 miles from Route 3 at Gap Mills. Ash Lou has beautiful pastures, ponds, stately two story home, great barn and sheds, and a considerable forest reserve of standing timber. Ash Lou Farm adjoins its sister farm Lugar Springs Farm to the west. Both farms have available some of the best spring water, maybe in the world! The combined package of both farms Ash Lou and Lugar Springs Farm is available at $2,700,000.00. Lugar Springs Farm is listed at $1,100,000. Ash Lou Farm is listed at $1,600,000. All mineral rights will convey. Power and phone service is on the property. Property Address: 1449 Zenith Road Gap Mills WV 24941 Google Coordinates: Latitude 37.529281,-N Longitude 80.431725W Elevation near house 2568 ft Monroe County Sweet Springs Tax Maps 34 and 35 Parcels on map 34: 23, 24 and 33 Parcels on map 35:17 and 18 Deed Book 147 , Page 390 Taxes 2012: $1466.90 approx. Owner: Ash Lou Farms Inc.
 
3.6 acres Gap Mills, WV

3.6 acres Gap Mills, WV

$300,000 Monroe County

3.6 acres Gap Mills, WV

3.6 acres Gap Mills, WV

$199,900 Monroe County

8.75 acres Gap Mills, WV

8.75 acres Gap Mills, WV

$139,000 Monroe County

4.5 acres Gap Mills, WV

4.5 acres Gap Mills, WV

$134,000 Monroe County

6.41 acres Gap Mills, WV

6.41 acres Gap Mills, WV

$129,900 Monroe County

2 acres Gap Mills, WV

2 acres Gap Mills, WV

$119,000 Monroe County

2.19 acres Gap Mills, WV

$99,900 Monroe County

4.02 acres Gap Mills, WV

4.02 acres Gap Mills, WV

$99,640 Monroe County

5 acres Gap Mills, WV

5 acres Gap Mills, WV

$39,500 Monroe County

13 listings found out of 417,252