Nestled in closely along the southwest face of Hardy County West Virginia’s Short Mountain, Meadow Hills encompasses 913 acres of meadows and woodlands, divided into 70 individual home sites. The mountain character of the community is well preserved, with homes and properties spread evenly throughout the foothills, as well as along the 2,800 foot ridgeline, where the western view stretches 40 miles to Mt. Storm.
From Baker, West Virginia continue 3 miles north on Old WV Route 55, turn right on Needmore Road (County Road 8), and travel about 4 miles north to the Meadow Hills entrance on the right. Meadow Hills is also located near the newly designated US Highway 48 (Corridor H), a spectacular elevated highway, which forms part of the Appalachian Highway System. US Highway 48 is open from Wardensville in Hardy County and continues past Moorefield into Grant County. This new highway system, parts of which are still being constructed, enhances travel to and through the scenic interior of West Virginia, and brings travelers closer to many of the unique recreational features the region has to offer. Meadow Hills is about a two and one half hour drive from the Washington DC metro area - about three hours from Baltimore.
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