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  • Lost River Valley POA
  • Trout Pond POA
  • Top of the Mountain POA
  • Meadow Hills POA

The Lost River Valley Property Owners Association was formed in 1979 and thrives today as a robust mixture of full-time residences and vacation homes. Common roads are maintained by the property owners association and electrical and phone utilities are under ground. It covers more than 1,600 acres and is comprised of 272 properties. Sited in the mountains bordering the Lost River Valley, these properties are located midway between the Trout Pond Recreation Area of the George Washington National Forest and the Lost River State Park. Other local amenities include restaurants, inns, seasonal shops, and a motel. Each parcel in the Lost River Property Owners Association is comprised of a minimum of 5 acres.

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The Trout Pond Property Owners Association is home to a collection of modest homes and cabins each of which is sited on at least 2 acres. Many properties border the George Washington National Forest, and all sections of the community have direct access to the National Forest via hiking easements. Common roads are maintained by the property owners association and electrical and phone utilities are under ground. The community boasts a convenient location to hiking, picnicing and swimming at the Trout Pond Recreation Area of the George Washington National Forest and the 45-acre Rock Cliff Lake. Other local amenities include restaurants, inns, seasonal shops, and a motel.

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Top of the Mountain Property Owners Association is comprised of only 23 properties together covering more than 300 acres. The terrain includes forested mountains and some open pasture land. Many of the homes in the community feature authentic log construction, and at least one home incorporated a reclaimed and relocated antique log home into its structure. Common roads are maintained by the property owners association and electrical and phone utilities are under ground. Top of the Mountain is located just 10 miles east of Moorefield, West Virginia, which is the seat of Hardy County. In addition to local government services, retail establishments, health care services, entertainment, and restaurants, Moorefield also provides recreational opportunities on the south branch of the north fork of the Potomac River.

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Meadow Hills Property Owners Association is a community of more than 65 properties each containing 10 acres or more. Common roads are maintained by the property owners association and electrical and phone utilities are under ground. The community's rural setting belies its convenience to Rt. 55, a new east-west corridor connecting Hardy County to northern Virginia and the interior reaches of West Virginia. Most parcels are wooded but several feature rolling grassy meadows or a combination of both.

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