Offering breathtaking scenic views of mountaintops and lakes right from your window, the lavish homes of West Virginia are truly something. The Mountain State offers unique opportunities to incorporate history, old-world charm, natural resources, and modern conveniences in these 10 fabulously expensive homes on the market.
If you’re looking for a European-style castle, this palatial mountaintop mansion in Charleston, West Virginia might be what you want. From high above the city, there are so many features to this estate that will amaze you from the gated entry to the home entertainment room and wine cellar to the attention to rich woods and colors throughout the rooms. Sitting on 24.7 acres and with eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, this amazing 19,000-square-feet home is really almost heaven.
The 22-acre Monroe Ridge Retreat in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, is a unique find and a spacious getaway from the ordinary. There is truly nothing ordinary about this three-level wooded mountain home with eight bedroom suites and 12 baths built in 2005. You’ll be amazed at the hardwood interior on floors, walls, and ceilings and tiled bathrooms are common throughout the house. All appliances stay with the house and entertaining will be a breeze in the large eat-in kitchen or the formal dining room. This mountain retreat is priced at $5.6 million.
Located high above Cheat Lake in Morgantown, West Virginia, this 15-room water lover’s delight is priced at $4.5 million. Completed repainted and updated, there are amenities inside and outside this multi-level home. Outside, you’ll find amazing year-round views, six slips and additional docks for boats and jet skis, a master entertainment grill on the back deck, hot tub, garages, and servant quarters. Inside, the bedrooms are suites that include sitting areas, large closets, and comfortable bathrooms. With over 13,350 square-feet inside and almost two acres to explore outside, you may never want to leave home.
This 4,898-square-foot home is perfect for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and wants to bring it inside. Extensive stonework is everywhere, from the elaborately-designed privacy wall around the house to the large patio area in the back that’s great for entertaining. Cut stone can be found inside the house on most of the bedroom suite floors and on the walls downstairs. The floor to ceiling fireplace in the cozy den is also made of large stones and the whole house combines rustic and romantic elements. This six-bedroom, six-bath and gourmet dine-in kitchen is priced at $2.95 million.
Partly built into the treed hillside, this three-story home combines features like copper roof dormers, stone, and cedar to bring a rustic ambiance inside. The six-bedroom seven-bath home was built in 2007, and affords scenic views and natural light from the large windows throughout the house. A massive two-story stone fireplace in central to the house, and it’s priced currently at $2.825 million.
Stately classic elegance. That’s what comes to mind when you look at this lovely historic property in Charles Town, West Virginia. Nearly 38 acres and 12,860 square-feet of charm and colonial influence the ideal place for entertaining. Horses can roam in safety around the fenced landscape, and visitors can enjoy the tennis court and swimming pool. Priced to sell and $2.7 million.
Whimsical colors and a comfortable feel make this large 1923 Norman Tudor house show like a home, but there is more to this 7,535-square-foot, three-acre property than meets the eye. The attention to detail in the architecture is obvious and carries over to the pool and pool house, separate carriage house, and large three-car garage. With six bedrooms and 6.1 baths, you can have this house at $2.675 million.
This modern mountain mansion comes with six bedrooms and six baths, and overlooks some of the best views in the state. Located in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, you’re not far from some of the best trout fishing around. You’ll be able to invite friends and family to come and spend the weekend enjoying the magnificently manicured lawns or gather in the great room and spend the evening talking around the warm stone fireplace. Offering at $2.295 million, this amazing home and property also has a 2.5 garage with apartment above.
With well-maintained brick gardens and an expertly landscaped exterior that reflects a Colonial influence, this exquisite Charleston estate is priced at $1.8 million. Built in 1927, this six-bedroom 4.2-bath home with a third floor that includes one of the bathrooms is 10,313 square-feet of elegance. More than the slate, brick, and wood that comprise the building, this could be your next home.