In beautiful Berkeley County, West Virginia you’ll find a remarkable unincorporated community known as Bunker Hill. Located at the the intersection of U.S. Route 11, also known as Winchester Pike, and County Route 26, Bunker Hill is south of Martinsburg. Home to around 5,319 residents, Bunker Hill was first founded in 1726 by Colonel Morgan Morgan. The area was then part of Virginia, and later became part of West Virginia.
Berkeley County, in which Bunker Hill is found, is the second most populous county in West Virginia. Home to around 114,920 residents, Berkeley County is in the Eastern Panhandle of the state. Berkeley County was originally founded in 1772 and is an area of rich history. Located in the Hagerstown-Martinsburg metropolitan area, Bunker Hill is a wonderful place to buy a home if you desire a small hometown in close proximity to larger cities and their amenities. In addition to Bunker Hill, Berkeley County is also home to the city of Martinsburg, the town of Hedgesville and the census-designated places of Inwood and Falling Waters.