New River Gorge real estate notably includes farms, hunting land, vacation properties, mountain retreats, and homes for sale in and near Beckley, Shady Spring, Flat Top, Summersville, and Fayetteville in southern and south-central West Virginia.
The region is renowned for its outdoor recreation and is home to three areas of national recreational land, including the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. Recreational real estate is widely available throughout.
The New River Gorge region has long been known as a vacation and outdoor recreation destination. Whitewater paddling excursions are popular on its New and Gauley rivers, and the cliffs along the New River Gorge near the New River Gorge Bridge comprise one of the world's most popular rock climbing areas.
Real Estate Agents in the New River Gorge Area
The following real estate agents and brokers market their services in the New River Gorge region.
David Sibray, Foxfire Realty
Historian and publisher David Sibray has made a life's work of promoting West Virginia and its landscape as a marketer of tourism and of farms, forests, and fine homes. An expert in the field of historic preservation, he sits on the board of the state's Preservation Alliance and brings a wealth of knowledge to the sale of heritage properties.
Randy Burdette, Riverbend Auction
Randy Burdette specializes in properties in the Allegheny, Greenbrier regions near Union, Sutton, Lewisburg, Fayetteville, Summersville, and Snowshoe Mountain. Bluegrass farms, mountain retreats, vacation properties, and historical homes are among his specialties.
More about New River Gorge Real Estate
All or part of the following counties are located within the New River Gorge Real Estate region: Fayette County, Mercer County, Nicholas County, Raleigh County, Summers County, Wyoming County.