AVAILABLE FOR SALE
This property is located in the Fort Hill neighborhood of Charleston which is named for Fort Scammon which sits at the crest of the hill. Fort Hill is a well established family neighborhood with beautiful homes and some of the best schools in the state.
Fort Scammon, also known as Camp White or Fort Hill, is an archaeological site in Charleston in Kanawha County, West Virginia. The site preserves earthenwork battlements that were set up in 1863 in an elliptical pattern. The period of significance during the American Civil War coincides with the period of late summer in 1862 when Confederate artillery fired from the area and the year or so after March 1863 when Union troops fortified the heights. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Our lot is one of the last and best building lots left in the neighborhood with extensive views available of the city, river, bridges and the airport. Located at the top of Fort Hill, this lot is one of the last building lots available in this upscale Charleston neighborhood. Situated on cul-de-sac between McKinley and Hayes Avenues at end of the street for ultimate privacy, the lot is 98′ on the front, 95′ on the back and 123′ on each side. There is also a 70’X45’X40’X124’X15′ triangle parcel that adjoins the property to enhance the view and is also included in the sale. Rare opportunity.
Cash Price is $75,000 with financing available for qualified parties. Contact us today to learn more about this one of a kind opportunity.