c. 1850 – Huttonsville, WV

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Added to OHD on 2/22/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments

16290 Seneca Trl, Huttonsville, WV 26273

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  • $135,000
  • 17 Bed
  • 13 full, 2 half Bath
  • 9000 Sq Ft
  • 5.13 Ac.
The Crouch House The History is there and the future will depend upon the new owner. This property is awaiting you to bring it back to life. Step into the great room, close your eyes and see and hear what was happening in it''s past. Current floor plan is 17 bedrooms, 13 full and 2- 1/2 baths, great room, separate dinning rooms, bar area, massive commercial kitchen, entry way, parlor, sun room off the back and a check in area. What appears to be original lights throughout the old home and hardwood floors. Outside consist of lower level porch, upper decks off each room on the newer level, large back yard with creek and privacy from the road. ONLY 17 miles from Snow Shoe Resort could make this the perfect place for renewing to an Inn, Bed and Breakfast or one fantastic home for a large or extended family. With relocation of a few walls could also make the possibility of rental units. With the large kitchen, bar area and great room, one could rent out for receptions, weddings and parties. Bridal, Bachelor parties, reunions in need of overnight lodging? The rooms are there! Restaurant, bar, shops, tea house, the possibilities are endless. There is so much one can do to fulfill their dreams.
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Andrew Kisamore, Coldwell Banker Home Town Realty
(304) 822-3399
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18 Comments on c. 1850 – Huttonsville, WV

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  1. Joe says: 757 comments

    This property has the things that dreams are made of. One could do so many things with it that you could dream on for a long time. Unfortunately, so much is left out and there are at least two kinds of dreams. I would love to see the whole property. Again, meaning as with many listed properties, why are there no pictures of the amenities which are listed in the description?

  2. Bigrog says: 157 comments

    ” if” I had the money, I’d love to take this on. So many possibilities.

  3. Barbara VBarbara V says: 1290 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    OMG – What a gem! Imagine if you could snap your fingers and every single thing on this property that post-dates 1920 immediately disappeared! For the cost of several dozen dumpsters (or a friend with a dump truck) this place would be amazing – I love it!

    • Mary A Brammer says: 31 comments

      I would love to peel back much of the junk add on rooms … you have old arched brick doorways that are blocked, windows that look onto the unknown, and did I see some old wood siding showing under the plastic stuff being blown off?

    • We bought the place in August 2019 and have torn everything down except the house renovation in progress. Hope to move in August 2020

  4. John says: 55 comments

    Was that an old in ground pool in photo 6? Wonder what is under those grates?

  5. southwest guy says: 43 comments

    Sorry Mary A Brammer. I looked at the 123 photos on Realtor.com. They are not duplicates much less triplicates. They are a group of a wide range of photos of the property. Anyone interested it this property, needs to look at them. If it were me, I really like the original brick house a lot. And if I purchased this place, tear off every addition and restore the house. Add anything else, such as a garage etc. The setting is lovey and peaceful.

  6. brigidbrigid says: 625 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
    Smalltown, OK

    I really wonder what this house was in the past? Why the massive kitchen? Why the pig sty grates and all the cages? Kinda mysterious…

  7. Marie says: 1 comments

    I was sad to see the condition of this place. It was a beautiful bed and breakfast in the late 1990s. It was called Mr. Richard’s Olde Country Inn and owned by Richard Brown. I know he eventually sold it. The later owners must have done the damage seen in the photos because when I was there it was very nice.


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