South of Martinsburg you’ll find the census-designated place known as Inwood, West Virginia. Inwood, located on U.S. Route 11, is home to around 2,954 residents in Berkeley County. Inwood has a long history dating back to the late 1880s. A resort known as Inwood Park was established on the property of the Strong family of south Berkeley County, coinciding with the arrival of the Cumberland Valley Railroad extension. In 1890 the Inwood Post Office opened and the community continued to grow.
Originally called Gerrard, the town of Inwood and the surrounding area is home to numerous orchards. The C.H. Musselman Company opened an apple processing plant in Inwood in 1920. The processing plant was very convenient to the Pennsylvania Railroad line and the many apple orchards of the Shenandoah Valley. By the late 1920s the Musselman plant had become the first apple processing plant to exclusively produce apple sauce. All of this was significant to Inwood’s establishment and growth.
Composed of approximately 2.9 square miles, Inwood is in close proximity to great shopping, dining, recreation and real estate. Townhomes for sale in Inwood range from around $122,000 to $245,000, while single family homes for sale in Inwood cost around $198,000 to $579,000.