Rustic 1900 House in Glenville, West Virginia

This fixer-upper is in a very quiet area! The house was built in 1900. It’s in Glenville, West Virginia, on 134 acres of land. The front porch is covered, the floors are wooden, there are French doors, and the fireplace mantels are original. The land has a nice stream in front and several outbuildings on the edges. It’s 1,100 square feet and has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

From the Zillow listing:

This 134-acre property is mostly woods and is on a dirt and gravel county road, which is less than a mile from a two-lane state road. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Glenville, which has schools, shops, restaurants, churches, and other useful places, and 30 minutes to get to Weston. The 3,100-square-foot old house needs a lot of work. It has a living room, a dining room, and a kitchen. Some of the gas pipes and light fixtures in the house are very old. There is a porch on the front and side that is covered and looks out over the yard and garden. It has a water well and electricity, but no septic system is known to work. A small building that was used as a living space and an old shed/storage building are two other structures. A small stream runs along the road and in front of the house. Other runoff streams also run through the land. The grown, marketable trees make for great hunting for deer, squirrels, turkeys, rabbits, and even bears sometimes. This would be a great place to get away, go hunting, or maybe even fix up your current house. This would also be a good place for a prepper or survivalist to live.

Available for sale at Zillow

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