The median home value in Charles Town, WV is $330,563.
the county median home value of $205,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Charles Town, WV is $330,563.
Approximately 56% of Charles Town homes are owned,
compared to 33% rented, while
11% are vacant.
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Bottom portion is fully leased. Tenant occupied, so would need to arrange for showing. Bottom floor offices and top floor open storage space. Incredible opportunity to own historic building in downtown Charles Town.
The historic Tate House, nestled in downtown Charles Town, was built in about 1797 and is extremely well maintained. Currently used as mixed office space, this property is zoned "commercial/residential" and also has a 1BR apartment. This office building has been separated in to smaller office spaces (with 4-5 office tenants) with shared kitchen and conference room facilities, and a separate apartment. Each space is unique with outstanding light and space. Wood-burning fireplaces and built-in shelvesin almost every room. Great parking lot with plenty of parking! ** From the Jefferson County Museum: "Tate-Fairfax-Muse House (201 E. Washington Street). An excellent example of Late Georgian architecture, the main clock of the house was constructed about 1800 on a lot owned by Mangus Tate, II, a prominent Jefferson County attorney and legislator. In 1803, the property was leased by Ferdinando Fairfax, great-nephew of both George Washington and Thomas, Lord Fairfax, and one of the county's first Justices of the Peace. Battaile Muse, business manager for both Washington and Fairfax, owned the property in 1810, and it is believed he built the kitchen at the rear. Muse was left in charge of Fairfax's Jefferson County holdings when the latter departed for England. In 1870 the detached kitchen was joined to the main residence. The west wall is constructed of Flemish bond brick."
Great investment opportunity with established cashflow in historic downtown Charles Town, just outside Washington, DC! Own a piece of history! This building was originally built as the original Bank of Charles Town and is currently fully occupied. Step into a steady income from a well-established salon (tenant) on the main level and 2 one-bedroom apartments on the upper level. The building has extremely high ceilings and over 5300 sq. ft. of space. It is truly a historic, one-of-a-kind, gorgeous piece of art, nestled in Historic Charles Town, WV. This property is in a QUALIFIED OPPORTUNITY ZONE -See attached docs for tax incentives for property investment.
WHERE CHARLES TOWN WV BEGAN - OPPORTUNITY ZONE Rare chance to own one of the most important landmarks in Charles Town , one of the oldest standing properties in Charles Town and almost an entireÂ in-town block ; Parcel consists of two adjacent lots onÂ the corner of West Liberty and Lawrence Street. The parcel includes 4 buildings: most significant are two structures facing Lawrence Street, one recognized as the office Â used by Charles Washington in 1786 to layout and sell all of the original lots comprising Charles Town, and the Thomas Griggs House Circa 1789 one of the earliest recognized structures ( log portion) in Charles Town. There are also 2 commercial buildings on the site, with room to add more. The parcel, which measures 25,000SF+/- is extraordinarily large for a private property in town Charles Town. It lends itself to possible construction of almost anything.Â Presently, mostly it provides a great grassy back yard with a great marlin house. TheÂ one level commercial building that faces Liberty Street ( folks were patriotic in those days) is sizable with 1333.3 sq. ft. It was the Sheetz flower shop The adjacent split level area has 315.8 feet.Â Certainly great to run your business. There are access possibilities off both streets. Your entire family could live and work here. If you love history, if these walls talk to you and you hear history rolling down the streets this wonderful property may be for you. If you have an interest in constructing business offices or other types of commercial or housing units this wonderful property may be for you. The historic significance of the two structures provide a once in a lifetime opportunity to be creative and the Opportunity Zone status gives you possibility of great tax breaks. The site is two blocks from the still active courthouse where John Brown was tried and about 1/4 mile from the Hollywood Casino and Charles Town Race Track. The property is also in a designated Opportunity Zone and presents a unique chance to use both historical and Opportunity Zone Tax Credits. If your idx Bright provider allows, please access the multiple attached documents by clicking the document icon. There are two tax records, two lots ( merged) for this property which includes 219 West Liberty Street 119 N Lawrence Street in the provided documents: PT LT #1 Liberty and Lawrence, LT #2 & PT LT #1 Liberty and Lawrence. Please note: The buildings have been vacant for several years.
2,800 SF Building for sale or lease located in a great location with many possibilities. Call Agent for more information. Lease rate negotiable. Can be Commercial, Office, Mixed Use, Flex, or for Residential Use. Owner/Agent
The Stephenson Building: Built in 1884 and used as a Girl's Seminary and later known as "The Inn", this magnificent beauty is ready for renovation in order to be brought back to her glory. With high ceilings and 4 floors, the opportunities are endless. Located in the heart of American history in the Historic Downtown of Charles Town, it is also minutes from Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown, and Sharpsburg, MD. Close to endless outdoor recreation with the Appalachian Trail, C&O Canal, White Water Rafting, Fishing and more. Because this property is part of the Historic Overlay District, it would potentially qualify for up to 45% Tax Credits, adding important equity into the project. The property has a previously approved site plan inclusive of parking spaces, which would most likely need revisited. Charles Town, WV is Designated as a "Main Street America" through the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It is also designated an Arts and Culture District. Contact the agent for specifics and information on this project. Concept plan ideas are in the documents section.
** VERY MOTIVATED SELLER ** PERFECT CHANCE FOR PLACING YOUR CREATIVE BUSINESS IN A VERY HIGH-TRAFFIC AREA IN CHARLES TOWN. CHARLES TOWN IS BECOMING MORE ARTISAN ORIENTED AND THIS 8000 SQ FT + ALL BRICK BUILDING/WAREHOUSE AND STOREFRONT OFFERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO UTILIZE THE SPACIOUS, WOOD WORKING MAIN LEVEL PRODUCTION SPACE OFFICE, STORAGE AND EASY ACCESS. HARDWOOD FLOORS 400 AMP SERVICE, AMPLE REAR PARKING, PROPANE GAS HEATS THE ENTIRE WOODWORKING AREA, A FREIGHT ELEVATOR AND A COMPLETE 2ND FLOOR APARTMENT WITH WOOD STOVE AND AIR CONDITIONERS REALLY OFFER YOUR CHANCE TO DEVELOP A FINE CRAFT SHOP. VARIOUS WOODWORKING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIONAL $25,000.
For more than two decades, this West Virginia bed and breakfast has offered the very best in luxurious accommodations, fine dining, spa services and special events. A standard of excellence marked by gracious hospitality has become the hallmark of this beautiful gem in historic Charles Town, West Virginia. Situated on George Washington's first land purchase in 1750, this bed and breakfast evokes a warm, relaxing and inviting atmosphere for guests to enjoy. Guest come to the Hillbrook Inn to enjoy a luxurious stay, dine at the elegant Redbook Restaurant, relax at the Gatehouse Spa or attend a special event. The original main house is approximately 5800 sq. ft. features licensed tavern (Bullskin Tavern), offices, guest reception room, a wine cellar, fully equipped commercial kitchen, storage room, two dining room, a guest living room, 3 restrooms and 6 guest rooms. The Cottage built in 2000 architecturally complements the main house. Approximately 1900 sq. ft, this building features 4 guest suites. Each guest unit has an oversized bedroom with sitting area and fireplace, luxury bathroom and a private covered porch. The Gatehouse Spa with approximately 3,000 sq. ft. three-level building comprising of spa facilities, laundry facilities and 2 guest suites. Spa facilities include reception/living room featuring a fireplace and cathedral ceiling, 2 treatment rooms and 1.5 baths. A curved staircase leads to the lower level boasting a double-sized treatment room, office space, storage closets and laundry facilities. One of the guest suites is located on the main level and one on the upper level of the Gatehouse. Both guest suites have private entrances. The main guest suite has 2 rooms (plus bath) and includes a full kitchen and could be living quarters for a manager. There are two leased properties managed and furnished by the Hillbrook Inn located two miles from the Inn. The Hawthorn House showcases the very best of historic and classic architectural elements combined with modern conveniences. Guests enjoy the expansive grounds that offer spectacular views of the surrounding farming community and apple orchards. The Hawthorn House offers 4 guest suites along with a living room, breakfast room, dining room, kitchen and game room with a wide-screen TV, billiards, ping pong, darts and a wet bar for guest enjoyment. A stand alone antique building on the property is used as a conference room. The Farmhouse overlooks orchards and has 3 spacious suites, large kitchen, a dining room, covered porch and sun deck. All 19 guest rooms are furnished with either a king size or queen size bed and luxury linens and features spa-inspired bathrooms. Other features include amenities such as fireplaces, flat screen TV's, twin showers, spa tubs, double sinks, private porches and access to multiple spacious common areas . The Redbook Restaurant is open daily by reservation and offers creative and delicious way to your stay with a gourmet breakfast served in the dining room or in the charming sun porch. Indulge in a gourmet dinner at the Redbook Restaurant for a meal that's both exquisite to the palate and memorable to the heart. For more than 20 years, the chefs have taken pride in creating menus using local and seasonal ingredients when available. There are multiple outdoor sites on the Inn's grounds and Hawthorn House for special events in warm weather.