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6 - Hinton News Tues. Jan. 24, 2012 adjudication, at the. office of Ziegler & Ziegler, U0 James Street, Hinton, WV 25951 on February 9th, 2012 at the hour of 10:00 a.m.; otherwise you may by law be excluded from all benefit of such real estate. Given under my hand this the 9th day of January, 2012. David L. Ziegler, Commissioner in Chancery WV. State Bar No, 4194 Ziegler & Ziegler, L. C. 110 James Street Hinton, WV 25951 HN Jan. 17, 24 Jon Hannah, right, is shown receiving his diploma from Bob Gibson, executive Director of Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership, a program of the University of Virginia, Graduates Sorenson Institute Apartment & Houses For RENT or SALE We Accept HUD "Rent to Own Houses Available" 304-466-2020 On December 10, Summers County native Jon Hannah, son of Don and Rose Hannah of Nimitz and son-in-law of Eddie and Kathy Harris of Red Sulphur, graduated from the Political Leaders Program of the University of Virginia's prestigious Sorenson Institute for Political Leadership. The ceremony took place in the historic Dome Room of Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda on the University of Virginia's grounds. Jon was one of 35 applicants selected in a highly-competitive selection process that included a detailed essay-based application And in-person interviews by staff members, regional board members and alumni. The program is a leadership development program for residents of Virginia interested in becoming more active in public service, whether as community leaders or as elected officials. Participation has become a traditional "first step" for future political leaders in the Commonwealth. The class met in various locations across Virginia -Warner, described the institute as being incredibly important, adding the "the Sorenson Institute has become the model of successful bipartisan leadership training for the nation." To date, more than 100 alumni have been elected to local office, 23 to the Virginia General Assembly and two to the United States Congress. Jon currently works as the Government Affairs Coordinator for State Farm Insurance covering Continued on page 8 LEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN that Main Street Care, Inc., will accept sealed bids for the Renovations at Main Street Care Nursing Home located at Terrace Street in Hinton, West Virginia. The project in:ludes minor renovations of 6 toilet rooms and the activity room on the third floor of the Summers County ARH Hospital. Sealed bids will be received by Main Street Care, 238 Main Street, Hinton, WV 25951, until Wednesday, February 8th, 2012, at 2:00 PM. All sealed bids will be opened and read atoud at that time. Bids received after that time will not be accepted. Interested parties are invited to attend. Prospective bidders may purchase copies of Bidding Documents from the Architect. Cost of Bidding Documents is $50 per set, plus any shipping and LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPRAISAL AND REVIEW APPRAISAL SERVICES, RIGHT-OF-WAY NEGOTIATOR, ACCOUNTANT SERVICES, LEGAL SERVICES AND BOND COUNSEL SERVICES The Big Bend Public Service District, Summers County, West Virginia is currently accepting qualifications from professionals interested in providing services necessary to complete the replacement of the Hillda]e Booster Pump Station and Telemetry System. The Public Service District also wants to include within the scope of this Request for Qualifications the Hilldale hnd Talcott Water Storage Tanks. The professional services that the Big Bend Public Service District feels necessary to begin the project include appraiser, review appraiser, right-of-way negotiator, accountant, project attorney and bond counsel. The selected Appraiser, Review Appraiser, and Right-ohWay Negotiator will work closely with the project attorney, engineer and administrator to obtain all necessary right-of-ways and parcels. The selected Accountant will provide accounting services to prepare Rule 42 Exhibit to accompany the application for Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to the West Virginia Public Service Commission as well as any other services needed in relation to the project. The Accountant will work closely with the project's engineer, administrator and legal counsel.. The Project Attorney is an integrate part of the project team and will provide general legal services as necessary during the development and construction of the project. Areas of practice include obtaining Certificate of Convenience from the West Virginia Public Service Commission, title work as necessary to obtain construction right-of-ways and parcels and review of all contract and related documents as necessary. The Project Attorney will work closely with the project administrator and the project engineer. The Big Bend Public Service District will accept qualifications for work relative to the W PSC filings as a sole service to be provided as well as combined with the other general legal services required for successful completion of the project. Procurement of said services shall be in accordance with 24 CFR Part 86.36 (d)(3). Contracts are to be awarded on familiarity with and expertise on this type of project, as well as on a fixed fee basis for services. All those interested in being considered for this must submit a proposal detailing qualifications and staffing capabilities, related prior work experience, fee schedule and ability to complete work as needed on this project in a timely manner. The object of the competitive bid process is to objectively select the firm who Will provide the highest quality of service at a realistic fee. Accordingly, technical qualifications and experience will be weighed heavily. If interested in providing any of these services, please submit an expression of interest that outlines your previous experience and staffing capabilities and references along with any other pertinent information you wish to include. Please include an original and three (3) copies of all requested information to: Richard Halloran, Chairman Big Bend Public Service District REQUEST FOR ENGINEERING QUALIFICATIONS Post Office Box 114 Talcett,.West Virginia 24981 Proposals will be accepted until close of business on February 13, 2012. Attention is directed to the fact that the project is to be undertaken through grants and loan funds fi'om SERVING SUMMERS COUNTY SINCE 1980 from March through December, Documents may be inspected, free of charge, at the performed in accordance with the regu aliens ssued learning about regional issues fol]englecetin.s:' ............. b HUD, RECD and' the State of west Virginia aPfetii eacti,arevhile iineeti, ng iStreetCare,+Ic.Owner),238inStrue,i alertaining teee2 Th@setedt.n(s ) will be Hint0n: WV 25951 (304)J,66-5332; "anqoSrand required to comply with Executive Order 11246, with local, state and. +federal, Architects PLLC (Architect,)29 East Ma/n Street " Settion 3 of the Hbusingand Urban DevelopmentAct legislators to discuss how they are Suite 4, Buckhannon, WV. 26201,Buckhannon, WV of 1974, Conflict of Interest Statement and Access of 26201, (304) 473-0555. Records, Title VI and Section 109. the HUD-SCBG program and the Rural Economic and handling charges. These fees are non-refundable. Community Development Agency. All work will be + addressing these issues. Founded in 1993, the Sorenson Institute teachers trust, civility and respect in politics. The curriculum includes three core subject areas: Ethics in Public Service, Public Policy, and Campaign and Advocacy Skills. Current U.S. Senator from Virginia and former governor, Mark LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS On February i, 2012 at 3:00 p.m., the Summers County Commission will meet at the Summers County Courthouse for the purpose of reviewing and equalizing tax assessments for the current year Taxpayers are further notified that additional sessions of this meeting will begin on the following dates and times and continue as necessary until the review is comnleted on February 17, 2012. Appointments may be arranged by contacting the Commission Office at (304) 466-7100. Tax payers with Mineral and Industrial issues are requested to make appointments for February 1, 2012 session. February 1, 2012 Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. February 6, 2012 Monday at 10:00 a.m. February 8, 2012 Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. February 10, 2012 Friday at 10:00 a.m. February 14, 2012 Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. February 17, 2012 Friday at 10:00 a.mr West Virginia Code 11-3+24 states if any person fails to apply for relief at this meeting, he shall have waived his right to ask for correction in his assessment list for the current year and shall not thereafter be permitted to question the correctness of his list as finally fixed by the County Commission except on appeal to the Circuit Court. This meeting is limited to questions of property values only and questions as to classification or consolidation cannot be considered or acted on at this meeting. BY ORDER OF THE SUMMERS COUNTY COMMISSION Jerry E. Berry, President NOTICE TO THOSE APPEARING BEFORE THE BOARD OF REVIEWAND EQUALIZATION General Rules of W.Va. Law Concerning Your Hearing: THE LAW STATES THAI':. "It is a general rule that valuations for taxation purposes fixed by an assessing officer are presumed to be correct. The burden of showing an assessment to be erroneous is, of course, upon the taxpayer, and proof of such fact must be clear" The County Commission has determined that the best evidence to dispute the Assessor's valuation is an appraisal prepared by a licensed appraiser, dated within the last calendar year. If you do not have an appraisal, you must present other clear evidence that your assessment is incorrect. The County Commission can only consider questions concerning the value of your property. Questions about the taxability or the classification of your property for levy purposes cannot be considered, but must be appealed directly to the Assessor and the State Tax Commissioner. HN Jan. 24, 31 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION The Family Court of Stmmers County, West Virginia In Re: The Marriage of: Christina Shaver, Petitioner, and William Marsh, Respondent. Civil Action No: 12-D-15 To Respondent: William Marsh The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony to the above named respondent: It appearing by an affidavit filed in this action that the Petitioner, Christina Shaver, known not the residence nor whereabouts of the above-named I{cspondent, William Marsh, it is hereby ORDERED that William Marsh serve upon Leah M. Sills, Petitioner's attorney, whose address is Post Office Box 689, Lewisburg, WV 24901, an Answer, including any related counter claim or defense he may have to the Petition filed in this action on or before the 22nd day of February, 2012. If you fail to do so,judgment, upon bearing and trial, may be taken against you for the reliefdemandod in the Petition. A copy or said petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court the 18th. day of January, 2012. Linda S. Brumit Clerk of Cue rt IlN Jan. 24, 31 A pre-bid conference will not be held, however all bidders must visit the project site to become familiar with the entire scope of work. Bidders may call the Owner to arrange for a site visit - three days notice is required to schedule a site visit. A certified check or bank draft, payable to Main Street Care, or setisfactery bid bend executed by the bidder and acceptable sureties in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid must be submitted with each bid. The successful bidder will be required to 'furnish satisfactory performance and payment bonds signed by a West Virginia agent or an Irrevocable Letter of Credit issued by the bidder's banking organization.. The Owner will negotiate with the successful bidder to determine the method of contract security best suited for the project. Bids must be made on a lump sum basis. Bidders must comply with the West Virginia Division of Labor Wages for Construction of Public Improvements pursuant to the West Virginia Code 21-5A-3. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any irregularity therein deemed to be in the best interest of the project. by: Main Street Care, Inc. Ms. Mary Lou Haley, President 238 Main Street Hinton, WV 25951 : HN Jan. 24, 31 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Debbie Ann Davis, Administratrix of the Estates of Mable Elizabeth Martin, Deceased, Billy Junior Martin, Deceased and Goldie Lucinda Martin Deceased Petitioner, v. James William Gill, Brenda Kay Adkins, Marvin W. Boone, Shirley Ann Ward, Ray Wayne Boone, Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors, Inc., Americredit In Care of DCM Services, Big Four Drug Store, Inc., and all other unknown heirs and]or creditors of the Estates of Mable Elizabeth Martin, Billy Junior Martin and Goldie Lucinda Martin Respondents Civil Action No.: ll-P-19 Notice Of Hearing To all creditors of Mable Elizabeth Martin, deceased, Billy Junior Martin deceased, and Goldie Lucinda Martin deceased, including those holding liens by judgment or otherwise on their real estate, or any part thereof. In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court of the County of Summers made in a cause therein pending, Civil Action No. ll-P-19, to subject the real estate of the said Mable Elizabeth Martin, Billy Junior Martin and Goldie Luclnda Martin, to the payment of their debts, including those which are liens on such real estate, or any part of it, you are hereby required to present your claims to the undersigned for The Big Bend Public Service District will affbrd full opportunity for minority business enterprises to submit a show of interest in response to this invitation and will not discriminate against any interested firm or individual on the grounds of race, color, creed, sex, age, handicap or national origin in the contract award. These contracts will be awarded to the respoesible offeror whose proposal is within the competitive range and determined to be the most advantageous to the Big Bend Public Service District, price and other factors considered including familiarity and expertise with this type of project. The Big Bend Public Service District reserves the right to accept or reject any and]or all submissions. The Big Bend Public Service District also reserves the right to negotiate the fee for services. Richard Halloran, Chairman Big Bend Public Service District HN Jan. 17, 24 LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR ENGINEERING QUALIFICATIONS The Big Bend Public Service District, Summers County, West Virginia is in the process of obtaining qualifications from consulting engineering firms interested in providing advice and services for the replacement of the Hilldale Booster Pump Station and telemetry system. The Public Service District also wants to include within the scope of this Request for Engineering Qualifications the Hilldale and Talcott Water Storage Tanks. The consultant will work with the Big Bend Public Service District, Region I Planning and Development Council, and other professionals on the project team. Professional services for the activity funded include; (1) Construction design in accordance with all State, Federal and Local regulations that pertain to the proposed project; (2) Preparation of bidding and contracting documents; (3) Participation in the evaluation of bids received and (4) Monitor and oversight of constrnction activities on a periodic basis to insure compliance with plans and specifications. (5) Preparation and delivery of final "As Built" data in GIS format (shapefile, geodatabase+ etc.) with data georeferenced to and assigned real-world coordinates and accompanied by comprehensive descriptive metadata. Final plans, specifications and bid documents will be completed to take advantage of this construction season. Procurement of said services shall be in accordance with 24 CFR Part 85 and West Virginia Code Chapter 5G. All consultants interested in being considered for this project must submit+a proposal detailing qualifications, technical expertise, management and staffing capabilities and related prior experience. The object of the competitive process is to objectively select the firm who will provide the highest quality of service. Accordingly technical qualifications and experience will be weighed heavily. Selected respondents will be interviewed and the firm judged most qualified will be selected. For photos and details of the above listings, visit our website at wwwJonesunitedcountryrealestate.com. Call 304-466-4246 office or call any of our sales associates for details. Please submit an original and three (3) copies of all requested information to: Richard Halloran, Chairman Big Bend Public Service District REQUEST FOR ENGINEERING QUALIFICATIONS Post Office Box 114 Talcott, West Virginia 24981 Qualifica.tns will )e accepted until close of business on February 13, 2012. Attention is directed to the fact that the proposed project is to be undertaken thr0ugh:funding sources including but not limited to the HUD/Sman Cities Block Grant, Rural Economic and Community Development Agency, and the West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Developmeat Council and the State Revolving Loan Fund. The Big Bend Public Service District will afford full opportunity for minority business enterprises to submit a show of interest in response to this invitation and will not discriminate against any interested firm or individual onthe grounds of race, creed, color, sex, age, handicap or national origin in the contract award. The Big Bend Public Service District reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all qualifications. Richard Halloran, Chairman Big Bend Public Service District HN Jan. 17, 24 LEGAL NOTICE Request For Police Vehicle Bids The Summers County Commission is accepting sea ed bids for (2) two 2012 Model Four-Wheel Drive Vehicles for the Summers County Sheriffs Department. Vehicles must be Black in color and meet the following requirements: Four-Wheel Drive, V8 Engine, Four Door, Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Rustproofing and Undercoating. Police Package Ready. A complete Specification Sheet can be obtained by contacting the Summers County Clerks Office (304) 466-7104 Fax (304) 466-7146. Bids are to be submitted to the Summers County Commission, P.O. Box 97, Hinton, WV 25951 and must be received by 4:00 PM Tuesday, January 31, 2012. The Commission will then open the bids for review and award an acceptable bid. The Commission reserves the right to reject all bids. HN Jan. 17, 24 LEGAL NOTICE SECTION 00010 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR CONSTRUCTION BIDS The Summers County Commission, (hereinafter called "OWNER") invites qualified contractors to submit sealed bids for slate roof at the Summers County Courthouse, funded in part by the WV Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority. Sealed bids will be received at the offices of the Summers County Commission, located at the Summers County Courthouse, 120 Ballengee Street, Hinton, West Virginia 25951, until 3:00 p.m.,local prevailing time, on Friday, March 16, 2012. The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at a regularly scheduled County Commission Meeting on Monday, March 19, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. The work of this project consists of the following Lump Sum contract: Replacement of slate turret roofs and related metal trim and flashing at the Summers County Courthouse. This project is a reissue of a previous project that is being re-bid. Contract Documents are available for inspection during regular working hours at the office of the OWNER (telepimne: 304/466-7100);office of the Architect-J. Dan Snead & Associates, Inc., 101 North Kanawha Street, Suite 203, Beckley, West Virginia, 25801 (telephone: 304/252-6630); and The Contractor's Association of West Virginia, 2114 Kanawha Blvd., East, Charleston, West Virginia 25311 (telephone: 304-342-1166). Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of the Architect upon written request and non- refundable payment of Fifty Dollars ($50.00)for each set. Payment shall be in the form of certified check, cashiers check or money order made payable to the Architect. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the courthouse on Thursday, Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. Bids shall be submitted on the required Bid Form. All blank spaces on the bid forms must be filled in and the Bid Form must be fully completed and executed when submitted. An acceptable Bid Bond, made payable to the OWNER, in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total bid, must accompany each Bid. West Virginia State Contractor's License will be requirel of all bidders. The parties to whom Contracts are awarded will be required to execute the Agreement and obtain the required Performance Bonds and Labor and Materials Payment Bonds within ten (10) calendar days from the date of Notice of Award. The OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any and all Bids in whole or in part. Any Bid may be withdrawn prior to the above scheduled time for the opening of Bids or authorized postponement thereof. Any Bid received after the time and date specified will not be considered. No bidder may with drawa Bid within sixty (60) days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Should there be reasons why the Contract cannot be awmxied within the specified period, the time may be extended by mutual agreement between the OWNER and the Bidder. The Summers County Commission will afford full opportunity for minority business enterprises t submit a show of interest in response to this invitation and will not exclude from participation in, deny benefits, or otherwise subject to discrimination unde or deny employment in connection with assistance awarded pursuant to the Anti-DrugAbuse Aet of 1980;, any interested firm or individual on the grounds o race, religion, color, national origin, sex, handicap os age in the contract award. All contractors will comply with the nondiscrimination requirements of th Omnibus Crime Control and Safety Streets Act, a amended; title VI of the Civil Rights Aet of 1964 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Aet of 1973, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; th Department of Justice Nondiscrimination Regulatione 28 CFR Part 42, Subparts C, D, E, and G;and Executiv Order 11246, as amended by Executive Order 1137 and their imp, lementing regulations as well ae the West, Virginia Human rights Act, as amended (Section 5#' 11-1 of the Code of West Virginia), 41 CFR Pat 60. et.seq., as applicable to construction contracts, the West Virginia Division of Labor Wages for Constructio of Public Improvements pursuant to West Virgin( Code 21-5A-3, and the West Virginia Alcohol an& Drug-Free Workplace Act pursuant to West Virgini Code 21-1D.  Dated at Hinton, West Virginia, this __ day o __,2012. , By: Jerry E. Berry, President + HN JAN. 17, 24 ,J Summers Nursing I & Rehabilitation Center I is now hiring for the following J positions and shifts: I Certified Nursing Assistants Full-lime/Part-time evening shift Licensed Practical Nurses PRN We value the passion, experi- ence end commiimenl of our employees and offer a compeli- live salary with affordable benefits, paid professional fees, 401 (k retire- ment plan, wellness prografn and much more! Please apply in person at: Summers Nursing & Rehabilitation Center John Cook Nursing Home Rd, Hinlon, WV 25951 Phone: (304) 466-0332 EOE I'A/F/V/H . Drug Free Employer % . JONES REALTY 466-4246 Umted .c 85 Box 99, Broomstraw Ridge Road, Jumping Branch, WV 25969 y" #1161 166 PLEASANT STREET. 3 br. brick home, one level, off street parking. Very little yard. $65,000. #1156 BRICK HOME ON 2 ACRES...Iocated just past DOH garage on RT. 12. This home was a beautiful h0me and is now in need of upgrading and repairs. Paved Driveway, huge garage, patio, private well and septic. 11 rooms plus.., call for appointment to see... $70,00O #|,l$gi,gaer Siftings real (3Alb QN: 4,LOTSi..Aocated oct 'pubtic stream access road. Cabin is one room, screened porch and storage room. Has electric, satelite dish and an OUTHOUSE. Selling furnished. NO WELL OR SEPTIC. $17,500 #1158 OWN A HOME FOR LESS THAN RENT - 112 Main Street: Two story home - 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, large kitchen with an abundance of cabinets and storage. New wiring, plumbing and roof. Newer double pane windows. Small back yard with patio area. $29,000. ) :+ iii ii'+:,ii i;:Jl :::.: i : .......,.....,...,..,.,.,.,.,..,.,...,.....,,,,,.,..,....,........ ..................... ....... .... , ::: #1137 2 miles to NEW RIVER and Hinton. 3 BR ranch style home on level lot. Relax on the covered back porch overlookiing the creek. Nice family room w/fisher woodstove plus gas heat. $59,500/make offer #1152 - LUXURY WATERFRONT LOTS - Located on Fox Addition Road. RIVERFRONT ON THE NEW RIVER. Two Large Cement Pads for Motor Coaches or Campers. Large, pressure treated, wooden deck overlooking the New River. Private River Access. Electric, water and septic. New woven wire fencing with 2 double entry gates. $79,900. #1111 RIVER REST, Pence Springs, 3 BR. ranch home or retreat with metal roof, screened porch on .378 acres. Deeded access to Greenbrier River.. $42,900 #1153 Nimitz/Jumping Branch area. Fronting on Rt. 3 a 3BR Brick home being sold ready to move in with all contents included. Located on a large lot, this listing has a detached 30'x'32' garage, covered back porch and fruit trees. Call for a viewing .... $89,000, #1155 QUALITY, CUSTOM BUILT, BRICK HOME - This 2 story, 8 year old grand home is situated on a 2.2 acre lot in the Jumping Branch area. Gourmet kitchen with S/S appliances, 3 bedrooms, luxury master bath with Jacuzzi tub, fireplace, study, hardwood and ceramic floors, 4 sets of French doors, custom designed SUN ROOM, breezeway, two additional baths, central vac system, full basement and 2 car attached a, r3gP, i N 3t u ca! :!i,,,/fJ.oPs= t  ome. Custom window treatments fia cuStom Wi.fidoW ,:gda'clng: is included. The lawn has extensive landscaping, bi-level deck and paved driveway. $440,000. #1149 518 4th Ave. Hinton. 4 BR, 2 Bath, front and back porches, detached 2 car garage w/carport, picnic shelter with stone fireplace, and much more. Great view overlooking Hinton, partial basement. $70,000 #1116 - Pipestem Pines - 2 acres wooded building lot - Private, public water & elec. available. $39,500. #1147 130 PLEASANT STREET, 2 Story home with classic appeal. High ceilings, natural trim, spacious rooms, and large level lot. 4 BR, 2 Baths, detached garage with workshop overhead, fenced back yard. PRICED TO SELL .... $79,500. #1148 "BLUESTONE MUSEUM" property located on Hinton By- Pass. Formerly a museum and taxidermy shop is needing a new owner. These 5 lots fronts 250' on New River and Rts. 3 & 20. Public water and sewage available. The building needs work but the location is great. $175,000. #1134 BIG CREEK ROAD, 10 year old, 6 room 3 bath home on acre lot. Nice front porch, patio and detached 1 car garage. $75,500. 1145 Spectacular Views, 84 ACRES of mountaintop property with spacious log home, private location, fantastic views overlooking mountains. Mostly cleared, hayfields with some woodland, great hunting. Home livable but needs upstairs interior completed. Wraparound porches, wheelchair ramp, level yard around house and above ground pool.. A Special place .... $395,000. #1133 46 ACRES OF SMALL FARM, IOCKBRIDGE ROAD, The property offers farming, hunting, views and charm. Pasture and woodland, fruit and nut trees, garden space and wildlife. 3BR home, porches, outbuildings and "wood cook stove". $150,000 #1124 Beautiful mountaintop farm, surveyed 180 acres, hayfields, pasture, woodland, springs and pond. Very private setting, unique hq[Fm,,several outbuildings, spring a rl well water. $385,000 #1102 JUMPING BRANCH, 12 acre hobby farm, fenced, 3 stall barn, 2 car garage, chicken coop, mostly level to sloping land, 14X70 mobile home, 2 ponds....must see. $145,000 " #1136 - 100 Acre Tract that adjoins the BLUESTONE STATE PARK. This is a multi-use property - RECREATIONAL, HUNTING, DEVELOPMENT, RESIDENTIAL. Mineral right convey with the property. Mountain Top VIEWS!!! $250,000. #1070 RIVER LOTS NEAR ALDERSON...all have river access, one has river frontage, priced from $9,500 to $25,000. #1146 1300 Summers Street - 2 separate units. LIVE in one unit and RENT the other unit to make your mortgage payment. Unit one - 3 BR one Bath. Unit two - BR one bath. REDUCED $45,000. #1108 Older home with great view of New River, started renovations, needs completed. 1602 Fayette Street, includes extra lot across street for parking .... $21,000 #1105 712 TEMPLE ST. Historic 2 story brick home, 4 BR, 2 baths, bsm't. The home has beautiful oak trim and hardwood floors and staircase. A spacious covered front porch, large fenced back yard, patio. Very nice home....$69,500. #1122 NEW RIVER ROAD, 3 acres with well, septic, electric, 3 BR 2 bath Dbl-wide home. New River short walk away. First time offered .... $50,000 #1120 POWLEYS CREEK ROAD, 75.2 acres of farm. This fenced property currently has horses, a creek, pond, barn, great views, good hunting. A great place to hike, ride ATVs,horses .... there is a old homesite with old well, electric. $169,000 Visit Our Website www.jonesunitedcountryrealestate.com Sales Associate +ii00+i: i;iiiiiii ++iii!i i $!:i:i:!:i:i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Diannia Perdue 304-466-3046 !E! iiiiii!:!::i:i:! 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