The median home value in Slanesville, WV is $178,000.
the county median home value of $155,500.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Slanesville, WV is $178,000.
Approximately 57% of Slanesville homes are owned,
compared to 8% rented, while
34% are vacant.
Slanesville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Enjoy country living at its best. This beautiful brick rancher has been up graded with new bathrooms and paint, and much more. Large bonus room can be used for a mud room or sunroom. Open full basement just waiting for you to finish it into whatever you wish. Come sit on front porch and enjoy the breathtaking views of the country side. State road frontage with blacktop driveway and parking area. Less than an hour from Winchester Va. and approximately 2 1/2 hours from the Metropolitan Area.
Go Big, with 82.27 Acres together with a primitive yet comfortable Cabin highlighting all the great things West Virginia has to offer. The rustic cabin meets all the basic needs with 3 comfortable bedrooms and electricity. No formal water/septic systems have been established however; the cabin is equipped with a full bathroom that can be operational when water is delivered. Add a rain water catchment system and youâve got the ultimate hidden cabin perfect for hunting, vacation, or a long weekend! This is the supreme Big Mountain Escape youâve been looking for! Featuring Big Bucks, Big Privacy and Big Mountain Views. All the right ingredients needed for maximum enjoyment! This property has served as a long-cherished family compound. Heavily wooded and featuring a mature stand of giant Oak and Hickory hardwoods providing the perfect habitat for whitetail deer, wild turkey, and bear. This is the ideal scenario for those seeking both acreage and a safe haven from the metropolitan storm. Bring your backwoods knowledge and concepts and let the pioneering tradition continue.