Southern Coalfields real estate includes hunting properties, recreational properties, and homes for sale in historic neighborhoods in and near Welch, Logan, Pineville, and Williamson in southwestern West Virginia. The region is known for its mountainous and evocative Appalachian landscapes. Much of it is densely forested. Coal mining for more than 100 years has been the principal industry in the area, followed closely by timbering. Recreational real estate is increasingly available.
David Sibray, Foxfire Realty
Phone: (304) 575-7390
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.
Kenny Bryant: Coldwell Banker: Mountaineer
Phone: (304) 254-9898
Expect no surprises with a Coldwell Banker Mountaineer Real Estate agent, the top trained and most educated agents in the industry. We keep the pulse of market trends, lender requirements and specifications. You’ll be well informed of what to expect, and whether buying or selling, residential or commercial, your transaction will be handled with care.
More about Southern Coalfields Real Estate
All or part of the following counties are located within the Southern Coalfield Real Estate region in West Virginia: Boone County, Fayette County, Kanawha County, Logan County, Mercer County, McDowell County, Mingo County, Raleigh County, Wayne County, Wyoming County.