Established in 1999, Mountain Valley Realty offers expertise in Snowshoe Lodging including condominiums, chalets, town homes, ski in/ski out at Snowshoe Mountain Resort! Ski Ride Snowshoe Mountain/Silver Creek/Western Territory. Vacation rentals also available at the base of Snowshoe just minutes to the slopes, or find cabin rentals on one of our Eight Rivers. The NRAO keeps up in the Quiet Zone. Visit Cass Scenic Rail Road, mountain bike, motor cycles, Cranberry Glades, Falls of Hills Creek, Watagoa State Park, and all the out door activities offered in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Looking to buy, sell or receive Real Estate advice? Mountain Valley Properties will always be happy to help you, specializing in Snowshoe Real Estate. Thank you for choosing Mountain Valley Realty!
Established in June 1999 specializing in condominiums and private homes in the Snowshoe/Slatyfork and surrounding areas of Pocahontas County. Catering to the needs of property owners and guests that visit our area! Debbie is the Broker/Owner of Mountain Valley Realty and a West Virginia native hailing from the Clarksburg area. Debbie left West Virginia in 1978 and moved to Florida. While living in Florida, Debbie worked in engineering at the Kennedy Space Center until 1987 when she relocated with her husband and 8 year old daughter to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. That year Debbie went to work for the Jackson Hole Racquet Club Resort where her love of the Resort Industry began and in 1997, as any West Virginian does, she was drawn back to her home State, this time choosing Pocahontas County and the Outdoor Activities that abound. Her daughter, Adrian resides in Florida with her 3 beautiful little girls! Debbie is a loving dedicated grandmother who takes every opportunity to head south to spend time with her girls! Not only dedicated to her daughter and grandchildren but a dedicated member of the community! LOCAL INVOLVEMENT INCLUDES: Linwood Community Library “Friend”, Board member Pocahontas County Free Libraries, Pocahontas County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Linwood Alive!