Real Estate in West Virginia

Jarius Collins Home, Bramwell, West Virginia, Mercer County, Bluestone Country
Photo: Victorian cottage in West Virginia

You’ll find homes and land for sale in West Virginia wherever you look. Though mountain property (with log cabins) is most strongly associated with real estate in the Mountain State, farms and vacation properties and homes in towns and small cities are growing more widely available.

West Virginia’s rural landscapes, which includes both mountain and broad-valley settings, promise to increase in value in many regions as land use changes from industrial to agricultural. Log homes as well as high-tech mansions seem equally suited to the countryside and its villages and small cities.

A predominance of land for sale by owners and owner-financed land may be found throughout West Virginia while free land and land-trust parcels and lost-cost acreage may sometimes be located in more rural areas.

Kanawha Valley

Including farms, hunting properties, and homes for sale in urban and suburban neighborhoods in and near Charleston, Saint Albans, Winfield, and Buffalo.

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Greenbrier Valley

Including farms, hunting and mountain properties, and homes for sale in suburban and historic neighborhoods in and near Union, Lewisburg, Alderson, and Hillsboro.

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New River Gorge

Including farms, hunting properties, vacation properties, mountain properties, and homes for sale in and near Beckley, Shady Spring, Flat Top, and Fayetteville.

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Southern Coalfields

Including hunting properties, recreational properties, and homes for sale in historic neighborhoods in and near Welch, Logan, Pineville, and Williamson.

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Allegheny Highlands

Including farms, hunting properties, recreational properties, and homes for sale in historic neighborhoods in and near Elkins, Davis, Marlinton, Snowshoe, Thomas, and Seneca Rocks.

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Ohio Valley

Including farms and hunting properties and urban and suburban homes for sale in and near Huntington, Point Pleasant, Ripley, Ravenswood, Parkersburg, and Saint Marys.

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Potomac Branches

Including farms, hunting properties, and homes for sale in suburban and historic neighborhoods in and near Romney, Petersburg, Moorefield, and Keyser.

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Northern Panhandle

Including farms and hunting properties and urban and suburban homes for sale in and near Wheeling, Weirton, New Martinsville, Moundsville, and New Cumberland.

Monongahela Valley

Including farms, hunting properties, recreational properties and urban and suburban homes for sale in and near Fairmont, Morgantown, Clarksburg, Grafton, Weston, and Kingwood.

Eastern Panhandle

Including farms, resort properties, and homes for sale in suburban and historic neighborhoods in and near Charles Town, Berkeley Springs, Harpers Ferry, and Martinsburg.

Heartland Region

Including farms, hunting properties, recreational properties, and historic homes in and near Glenville, Grantsville, Cairo, West Union, Elizabeth, Spencer, and Clay.


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Real Estate in West Virginia, which includes rural landscapes of both mountain and broad-valley settings, promises to increase in value in many regions as land-use changes from industrial to agricultural. Log homes as well as high-tech mansions seem equally suited to the countryside and its villages and small cities.

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