CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – One of the priciest properties in West Virginia is on the market.
The asking price for the 19,000-square-foot mountaintop mansion owned by a West Virginia Supreme Court justice and a Charleston lawyer is $17 million.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/1MMMWaJ ) reports that Justice Robin Davis and attorney Scott Segal listed the property over the weekend. A website – www.quarryridge.estate – has been established to market the 17-acre estate.
Built in 2001, the home comes with eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. The property also features a carriage house, saltwater infinity pool and tennis court, among other amenities.
Segal has said he and Davis are selling the house because they want to downsize and move to a smaller home in Charleston.
The annual property tax on the house totals more than $44,000.
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