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Darling Hinton, West Virginia Riverfront Cabin for Sale
112 Riverside Dr., Hinton, West Virginia 25951
Hinton is a well maintained historic town in the gorgeous Appalachian Mountains of southern West Virginia and is the setting for this darling riverside cabin for sale. It has one bedroom, one bath, an determined number of square feet and was built in 2003. The asking price is $159,000.
The property sits next to the scenic, wide New River, one of the oldest rivers in North America. The home's exterior is brown with a red tin roof, white doors, blue shutters and a stone foundation.
A nice deck is at the front of the house. The back deck extends nearly to the river's edge and has a picket fence railing and lighting. The views of water, forested hills and Veterans' Memorial Bridge are amazing.
Inside, the floor is vinyl wood planking; the walls and valulted ceiling are faux wood logs and planks. There is a ceiling fan, and windows face the river.
The kitchen has wood cabinetry, wood laminate countertops, white appliances, a breakfast nook and a window. The bedroom has room for a double bed, and the loft features a semi-barrel ceiling.
The heat is electric, and several windows have an air conditioning unit.
There is no HOA fee, but please verify this with a Realtor.
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Hinton, West Virginia:
Hinton (population 2,800) is a nice little mountain town along the New River close to where it intersects with the Greenbrier River in the beautiful, lush Appalachian Mountains of southern West Virginia. It is also the Summers County seat.
The compact, attractive downtown has decorative streetlamps and red brick buildings with balconies, many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Fun art galleries and offbeat eateries dot this historic section, and colorful murals adorn many a structure. Homes are generally large and well maintained.
The restored Ritz Theatre is a 310-seat live performance center and movie theater that dates from 1929. The Market serves up coffee and gifts for sale.
Second Saturdays happen monthly with a different event each time. Color the River is one such event and brings out tubers and paddlers for a day on the slow-moving Greenbriar River. Other events include a car show, a concert, a showcase of local merchants and more.
Peaceful 2,000-acre Bluestone Lake is nearby and a perfect spot for a day of boating and fishing.
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