Welcome to Camp Sunny Brooks in Hinton, West Virginia!
This fun waterfront spread consists of an 1880 farmhouse and a guest cabin, and, it is currently for sale.
It’s listed at $300,000 – not a bad price for everything it encompasses.
The property also includes a garage, boathouse, and picnic pavilion.
These early spring pictures give a hint as to the summer fun you could have here.
Dive right off the dock on those hot summer days!
Camp Sunny Brooks is situated along the New River Gorge Preserve between Brooks Falls and Brooks Island in Summers County, the heart of Southeastern West Virginia
The scenery is gorgeous, but let’s have a look inside the 1880’s farmhouse.
The decor is sweet and timeless in a country cottage way.
The original wood floors are painted a deep rust color, but it makes the lighter cabinetry pop.
This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home features original hand-hewn beams, period-correct hardware, rustic plank 19th-century interior doors, hardwood floors, wood paneled walls, original stair treads, and of course, a clawfoot bathtub.
House Crazy Sarah is picturing living here in her old age, having all the grandkids over for summer break.
Of course, she doesn’t have any grandkids (yet) and she’s not old, but it’s still fun to picture.
Another original door:
Upstairs, there are plenty of beds for all the guests/grandkids:
Fun uses for Camp Sunny Brooks could include a bed & breakfast, vacation retreat, or live in the main house and rent out the cabin, OR, vice versa.
Let’s have a look at the guest cabin:
The guest cabin has a nice-sized front deck oriented toward the water.
The guest cabin is essentially just a studio apartment, but it is nicely finished and rather spacious for a studio.
The guesthouse is a newer addition to the property – it was built in 2005.
The guest house can sleep up to 4 people, or more if someone wants to camp on the couch.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a big old family reunion here?
All in all, Camp Sunny Brooks is a timeless gem offering fun water-side living year-round.
At only $300,000 – go for it!
(The grandkids will thank you.)