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Mountain Home Real Estate, LLC
Main Office:
304-258-0410
mhre123@gmail.com
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Welcome to Mountain Home Real Estate!

Welcome to the area's most complete Real Estate Agency. Whether you are buying, selling, leasing, vacation renting, looking for property management, designing, building, or investing in Real Estate, here is one Agency that can manage all of your Real Estate needs.

Whether you are buying or selling a home, hire a member of our real estate team, who wants to earn your business. We invite you to contact us and it would be our pleasure to assist you with this important transaction. In addition, if you have any general questions about buying or selling real estate in West Virginia, please contact us. We are more than willing to help! Please browse our website for listings, reports and important local real estate information.

 - Ryan Rebant, Broker


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Phone 304-258-0410

Email mhre123@gmail.com


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Contact Us Today!

Email mhre123@gmail.com

Phone (304) 258-0410

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Beds:
3
Baths:
2 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
4,000
Status:
Active
MLS#:
WVBE2000740
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
1.38 Acres
Year built:
1896
Courtesy: Mountain Home Real Estate, LLC
Last Updated: 9/28/2021 4:46 PM

Beautifully renovated for commercial or private use, this historic, 100 year plus barn property has European style murals inside and out and is five minutes from Shepherdstown, WV. It includes a full, commercial, Alpine style kitchen with like new commercial appliances, fire suppression system, lodge/tavern style rooms, upper barn area readied for wedding chapel or retreat type events as well as the original "farmer's cottage". The house is set back from the main road, in a cluster of tall trees. The value of the barn is enhanced by the fact that it was made from hardwood chestnut trees back in a time when a blight made chestnut barns rare. From the back of the house one can look out on the original sheep pasture from the vantage point of a hill, which has become a quiet driving range, surrounded by woods. Artifacts from Civil War days have been found on the property, and there is a secret attic room still insulated with sheep's wool in the house. With interesting and charming nooks and crannies ,the house has been renovated for bed and breakfast, or private use. "The Cottage" features unique touches, such as modern new appliances, black granite countertops, with added, original barnwood shelving in the kitchen, the original stone hearth in the basement, hand stenciled flooring, vintage doors and a secret play spaces for children to discover.