Real Estate:
Alderson, WV

The Alderson, WV real estate market is renown for its beautiful farms and stately mansions. Many mineral springs cluster around this Victorian village on the banks of the Greenbrier River. Homes and farms for sale in Alderson, WV are in great demand.

Alderson may be counted among the most idyllic small towns in West Virginia. Its historic character, carefully tended homes, and its situation along a gentle course in Greenbrier River have conspired to create an unparalleled atmosphere steeped in rural Americana. Country lanes extend outward through rolling pastures into high wooded ridges, among which visitors will find graceful farmsteads as well as countless hunting and fishing camps. The Alderson area's situation in an idyllic locale, yet within a ten minute drive south of I-64, assure a stable and advantagious investment, whether in its commercial, its residential, or its agricultural markets.
Alderson homes, such as this Queen Anne on Riverview Avenue, are exceptionally well tended.

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111 E. Washington St.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Tel: (304) 645-7700 -- Cell: (304) 619-5488

Tina Gibson specializes in homes and properties for residential and business investment in the mountainous regions of southern West Virginia -- near Union, Sutton, Lewisburg, Fayetteville, Summersville, Snowshoe Mountain, and White Sulphur Springs. Bluegrass farms, mountain retreats, vacation properties, and historical homes are among her specialties.


News of note from West Virginia's New River Gorge region

Area's Real Estate Market Enjoying Upswing

Though commercial real estate may be suffering a downturn nationally, the market in the New River Gorge region and southern West Virginia is experiencing an upswing, according to a regional expert in commercial real estate development.

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