West Virginia Condos
West Virginia is known for its wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities, including skiing, whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and hunting. And owning a condo in West Virginia provides you with prime access to not only an abundance of outdoor recreation but also shopping, dining, music festivals, big city night life as well as small towns with big charm and history. The capital city of West Virginia is Charleston, located in the south central portion of the state.
Bordered by Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, and Pennsylvania and Maryland to the northeast, West Virginia is at the center of many different cultures becoming a unique melting pot for history and heritage. As a state, Virginia has a total population just below 2 million. There are nine regions in West Virginia: New River-Greenbrier Valley, Hatfield-McCoy Mountains, Mountain Lakes, Metro Valley, Mountaineer Country, Eastern Panhandle, Potomac Highlands, Northern Panhandle, and Mid-Ohio Valley, each completely different and giving example of the variety of life offered as a West Virginian.