Built in 1898 by Eugene Elihu Hutton, the Queen Anne-style Victorian home is now an inn, and is believed to be haunted. Folks say that at 5 a.m. the unexplained smell of baking bread wafts through the inn, although the kitchen is closed and the ovens are cold.
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- Route 219 and Route 250
Huttonsville, WV 26273
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- 38.71461082706609, -79.97818234566694
- Randolph County, West Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Huttonsville, WV (0.1 mi.)
Mill Creek, WV (1.2 mi.)
East Dailey, WV (6.5 mi.)
Dailey, WV (7.3 mi.)
Beverly, WV (10.3 mi.)
Helvetia, WV (12.0 mi.)
Valley Head, WV (12.1 mi.)
Coalton, WV (12.6 mi.)
Pickens, WV (13.2 mi.)
Durbin, WV (14.3 mi.)
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