Organic Farm Restaurant West Virginia for sale, Nicholas County - Motivated Seller
The house is 4- story brick home of 5200 sq. ft. which includes the finished basement. This house has beautiful mixed hardwood flooring through out with plenty of light provided by the large Anderson windows. It expertly decorated with designer Benjamin Moore paint and is furnished with leather furniture and attic heirlooms.
The basement has hickory flooring and wormy chestnut paneling with a wood burning insert in the brick fireplace in the family room. There is also an exercise room complete with a bowflex home gym, treadmill, and exercise bike. There are two bedrooms and one full bath with a relaxing area.
The main level has maple flooring with Anderson windows that are completely trimmed with wood. In addition there is a wonderful sun room on the back perfect for watching birds. The country kitchen has all new appliances with double convection ovens, a jenn-air downdraft stovetop in the island, computerized dishwasher, double door refrigerator, and tiled backsplash. This kitchen also includes a large brick cooking fireplace. This level also includes a study, formal living, and great room,
The upstairs has oak flooring, trimmed in wood and Anderson windows. There are 4 bedrooms with 3 full baths. The master bedroom has a large walk in closet and changing area complete with full bath.
The Attic serves as an office or spare bedroom space. It is also finished with oak flooring and Anderson windows.
The house has its own wonderful water supply, and heated by a Taylor wood stove. This heats the house and water for both the restaurant and the house. The house is 8 years old and you must see to appreciate the beauty.
This house is very spacious and for a young family or a family with mixed generations, this will be a welcomed blessing.
The Farmer’s Table restaurant is 2-story wood structure with siding and is a total of 2100 sq. ft. It seats 76 people. The dining room has hardwood (oak) flooring and pine ceiling, there are two bathrooms upstairs with new Koehler fixtures and tile flooring. The kitchen includes state of the art culinary equipment; all new with warranties. The kitchen also has tile flooring and a bathroom for employees complete with Koehler fixtures. In addition, there is a covered grilling porch and another covered porch which could be used for outdoor dining. The restaurant has public water and its own septic tank system installed.
As added income we were also planning to do different value added products from the farm and be able to process using the kitchen to do so on the days or hours the Restaurant was closed. Construction was finished in January 2008.
The corn crib is 30’ x 50’ and is on one side only. The upper side is a shed for storage. We finished construction in November 2007. The building is a sturdy construction made of oak lumber.
The shop is 30’ x 40’ and we use this for farm equipment repair. The building is a wood structure half up with blocks and the remaining is a wood structure with siding. The building is 7 years old and in very good condition.
We have a chicken house on the property complete with chicken coops and roosting racks. We have turned this little building into a craft store named the Little Red Hens Crafts.
We have a stock barn on the property for birthing calves. This structure is connected to the 8 large cattle pens built using pressure treated 6 x 6 posts and 2 x 6 pressure treated boards. The scale house is covered with a cattle chute for working the animals hassle free. The working pens have the only state approved scales in 3 counties and about 13 of the cattle farmers in the area use the pens to sell the cattle to feed lots out west. This happens in late October. The farmers pay a fee to use the facility.
There is also one large shed on the property for storing the farm equipment in the dry.
The Farm is beautiful and it sits at the base of the Firetower Cottle Knobs, with plenty of white tail deer, bear, turkey and any other WV wildlife you can imagine.
The land is 80 acres you can drive the tractor over for meadow of pasture, or crops. The remaining 20 is strictly pasture for the cows they are hollows where we have 4 spring fed ponds, also there is a creek running thru the meadow.
We raise about 12 acres of crops every year to sell for farm income we have markets for those locally and people love coming to the farm for the local produce. Also we support the restaurant in the summer time with the vegetables needed.