The award-winning, planned residential community of Spring Mills sits within the Falling Waters area of Berkeley County, West Virginia, and exudes a charming small-town feeling. This community offers a quiet and rural lifestyle to those making it their home, and is only 70 miles from Washington D.C. The convenience and peaceful atmosphere of Spring Mills makes it an ideal place to buy a home.
This community contains a variety of real estate options. Single-family homes, villas, and townhomes have been carefully placed within the neighborhood, making it desirable to families, couples and singles. With a broad price range of $125,000 to $249,000, the homes for sale in this area were built to suit a variety of budgets and tastes. Properties in Spring Mills vary in price depending upon the age, size, location and special features.
In addition to being well placed for the commuter routes, this area also provides easy access to quality schools, elementary through high school, all of which are within Spring Mills. Families will also love the nearby shopping areas, restaurants, and top-notch recreational facilities. With a swim club, community park, walking paths, and playground areas available to all residents, Spring Mills is a great place for those interested in maintaining a high quality of life.
If you would like more information about buying a home in Spring Mills, or you have questions regarding other real estate options in Berkeley County, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!
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