Property Description

This home was built in 1938 but tragically suffered a fire in 2017.  It has since been rebuilt into a beautiful contemporary two story home.  Located in Oglebay Park across from the ski slope and the Route 88 BBQ, it's secluded with large mature trees. 

Upon entering the home, the large gathering room has vaulted ceilings with floor to ceiling windows allowing for great natural light. There are two large bedrooms, one on either side of the gathering room, each with it's own bath and walk in closet.  The kitchen has plenty of cabinetry, granite counter tops, and island for friends to gather around.  The dining room can host a large table.  There is a powder room near the front entry and a separate laundry room.  The back porch runs the width of the house and overlooks a wooded area & is a great place to start your day with a cup of coffee or relax with a book. 

The loft area has views of the gathering room below and a sunset view across the street. There is a wet bar with mini fridge and sink.  There is a full bath, an owners closet and a separate bedroom.

The lower level has an income suite or use the space as a family room with full kitchen and walk out patio.  There is a bedroom, full bath with a stackable washer and dryer.  The two car garage can be accessed from the basement or from the income suite. 

There is plenty of parking with the governor's drive and driveway.


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Oglebay Park

Over 100 years ago, a tradition of generous hospitality began at the summer estate of Earl W. Oglebay. Today, the picturesque beauty of Oglebay’s property has expanded to include 2,000 acres of year-round recreational activities and exceptional overnight accommodations amid the property’s natural beauty.


Today, Oglebay is a beautifully landscaped, 2,000-acre public park, studied by planners worldwide as the only self-supporting public municipal park in operation in the United States. It stands as a successful tribute to Earl W. Oglebay, a notable achievement of the Wheeling Park Commission, and a credit to the many benefactors and organizations involved in its growth. While Oglebay is operated mainly through guest revenue, the park offers more free activities than any other operation of its type in the country.

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