The Most Expensive Homes in West Virginia!

Happy Friday, everyone! How’s your week been so far? I can’t wait for the weekend myself, but before the day ends I thought I’d share with you guys some interesting information I gathered on Zillow on the top three current most expensive homes in West Virginia! While not all of us are millionaires, it’s certainly fun to look and admire the homes of the rich!

Homes for sale in West Virginia

Landing at No. 3 is 2 Quarry Rdg in Charleston, WV. For $2,450,000, this 5 bedroom, 7.5 bathroom home is yours for the taking. It has lovely hardwood floors, an infinity pool and even its own media room! Classic with a contemporary kick, this is a sweet home indeed.

No. 2 on the list is 920 Newton Rd, also in Charleston, WV. For $3,350,000, you can own this 6 bed, 6.5 bath home constructed back in 1923. It’s certainly an authentic English tudor style brick home with history! If you’re into the more traditional, old world feel, then this could be the dream house for you.

And taking the top prize is 319 S Pierpont Rd in Morgantown, WV. It’s on the market right now for a whopping $4,200,000! It’s a 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom home on over 3 and a half million square feet! Now that’s plenty of roaming ground right there! It’s a lovely English country estate complete with the floating staircase, Italian marble floors, and mahogany doors. Included in the estate is a tennis court, pool house, a barn, and a 4-car garage. Now that’s a rad pad.

Homes for sale in West Virginia

If you had the money, would you buy any of these homes? I sure as heck would! Oh, if only money grew on trees…

Stay tuned for coming updates as I will also be featuring the most luxurious homes in Virginia and Maryland!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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