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If a lush forest exterior is as important as the house you build, being in a quality, protected environment, the New River Gorge Preserve is for you. You will live next to one of America’s National Parks.
The Preserve community is committed to conserving our vast Appalachian forest environment. We have carved a limited number of home sites into the landscape, taking extra care to maximum amount of tree cover. We remain stewards of the land, where half of the Preserve is within the boundary of the New River National Gorge Park & Preserve.
Our sites are about one acre in size, and are ready for your dream home! Well engineered roads are in place as well as underground utilities; that include public water, sewer, and internet.
The New River Gorge Preserve is along the edge of the New River Gorge National Park & Preserve maintained by the National Park Service. Home sites in this area range from rim views of the Gorge to lust private forests framed by views of the world famous steel arch span, the New River Gorge Bridge.
An Extra View for You
The New River Gorge Preserve community is privy to one of the most spectacular eastern views of the bridge from the vantage point of Gorge View Park, where native stone terraces offer a spectacular setting for small social gatherings. This park is a trail head for the network of natural surface hiking paths that lead to the property’s most extraordinary natural features.
The New River Gorge Preserve is every bit as special as you would expect living at a National Treasure.
In the News
The Value of a View – New River Gorge National River Adds Key Acreage Under Landmark Bridge
How much is a key landscape in a park worth? It’s a lot more than 25 cents, although this particular view is featured on the West Virginia
NPS hoping to purchase 100 acres from BridgeView
New River Gorge National Park Superintendent Don Striker Wednesday described his outlook as “cautiously optimistic” about the Gorge’s potential swelling by 100 acres in the
Planning commission OKs New River Ledges projects
FAYETTEVILLE — In a unanimous decision, the five members of the Fayetteville Planning Commission gave the stamp of approval Friday to the final subdivision plan