Home Features:

~ Three Bedrooms (One With City View)
~ One Full Bath and One Half Bath (Both Updated)
~ Original Hardwood Floors and Crown Molding
~ Arched Doors and Many Other Unusual Architectural Features
~ Update Kitchen With Ceramic Tile Floor
~ Updated Appliances, All INCLUDED!
~ Full Unfinished Basement
~ Huge Living Room With Wood Burning Fireplace
~ Formal Dining Room
~ One Car Detached Garage With Automatic Door Opener
~ Bonus Room Under Garage
~ Huge Deck With Built-In Seating and City Views
~ Incredible Views Of The City

103 Ashby Avenue, Charleston, WV 25314


103 Ashby Avenue, Charleston, WV 25314 is a custom English Tudor style home built at a time when things were done right and has features not found in today’s construction.  And, there are spectacular views of the Kanawha River and of Charleston’s east end and downtown from the outdoor party deck and the upper bedrooms. Tudor style homes feature elements inspired by the medieval architecture of Tudor England in the early 16th century—steeply pitched roofs, wood trimmings, embellished doorways, and this home has many of these classic architecture features in addition to a very quiet neighborhood, super private lot, and one of the best views in the city. And, the efficient Eco-friendly heating system gives you an interior environment as great as the outdoor one.

Three bedrooms with one and a half baths this family home includes original hardwood floors, crown molding, arched doors and other classic architectural features not found in today’s construction. This home includes a wood burning fireplace, full unfinished basement, detached garage with bonus room and a great deck for parties with an awesome view of the entire city.  And, it’s at the end of a cul-de-sac so it’s very private!  One of a kind.


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 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.