Morgan County, West Virginia is located 90 minutes from Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Nestled between Interstates 68, 70, and 81, Morgan County is within 500 miles of ? of the nation’s retail customers and industrial suppliers. In addition to an excellent location, Morgan County boasts a state-of-the-art communications infrastructure and easy access to U.S. Highway 522. Morgan County is an ideal home for those desiring a small-town lifestyle with easy access to the big cities and all of their great amenities.
National arts columnist John Villani named Berkeley Springs in Morgan County one of The Best 100 Small Arts Towns in America, in large part due to the array of activities the Morgan Arts Council provides. Some of those great activities include summertime Concerts in the Park, an Apple Butter Festival in the fall, a water-tasting competition called the Winter Festival of the Waters, and other entertaining events and festivals. Morgan County is also home to the Cacapon State Park and a Robert Trent Jones designed golf. Additionally, The Woods Resort and WhiteTail ski slopes are also nearby.
While being only an hour away from some of the country’s most expensive real estate, Morgan County boasts some very affordable homes for sale and real estate taxes that are well below those of neighboring areas. The average price of a home in Morgan County is 33% lower than homes found in Hagerstown and Baltimore, Maryland. Townhomes for sale in Morgan County cost around $60,000, while single family homes for sale in Morgan County have an average listing price of $275,000, but can cost as much as $2 million depending upon the property’s size, location, and special features.
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