Hedgesville is a small town rich in history and charm. Located in Berkeley County, there is plenty to see and do. If you want to live in a small community with a big heart, then Hedgesville, West Virginia is the place for you. Coldwell Banker Innovations has a Realtor who will help you make your real estate dreams come true.
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If you are looking for a new home in a quaint village tucked away in a private, wooded setting than Stonebrook Village is the ideal location. Stonebrook Village features single-family homes from the upper $150’s and townhomes from the upper $110’s.
The Woods Resort in Hedgesville features homes and home sites that fit almost any budget and lifestyle. Homebuyers have a choice of mountain view home sites as well as fairway front home sites with homes ranging from the low $170’s to the $500+. The Resort is home to two 18-hole golf courses, the Mountain View and the Stony Link. The Sleepy Creek Spa is a luxury spa and salon offering pampering and treatments for both men and women.
West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle boasts numerous recreational, historic and cultural activities.
Close by for the adventurous, there’s whitewater rafting and kayaking, professional auto racing and thoroughbred racing. The 23,000-acre Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area contains more than 75 miles of hiking trails and a 205-acre lake for fishing and canoeing.
History buffs enjoy Harpers Ferry National Park, historic Shepherdstown (oldest town in W. Va.), Antietam National Battlefield and Berkeley Springs (a favorite retreat of George Washington). Each summer, the Contemporary American Theater Festival comes to nearby Shepherdstown, offering new, cutting-edge plays from America's best playwrights.
Nearby Hagerstown Premium Outlets offers great buys in women's apparel, menswear, luggage, glass, collectibles and much more. With abundant specialty shopping, visitors may find one-of-a-kind items created by local artists or vintage treasures from a variety of antique shops.
Located at the site of a natural limestone spring, the town of Hedgesville in the early 1700’s had been an Indian meeting place before the European settle came into the region. Hedgesville grew out of a trader’s village known as Skinners Gap. The temperature of the spring is a constant 57 degrees and has never been affected by drought. In 1870, a charter gave the Town Council control of the area and adjacent land. In 1832, the town of Hedgesville was laid out and named for the prominent local Hedges family. Hedgesville, as a political entity, is older than the State of West Virginia.
While a young man and a surveyor, George Washington came into the area and worshipped at the site of what is now Mt. Zion Episcopal Church. A founding member of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Marshall had a sister who also attended the church.