894 Big Draft Rd, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 $49,500
White Sulphur Springs
According to Wikipedia:
White Sulphur Springs grew in the first half of the nineteenth century as the southern “Queen of the Watering Places”. The springs resort first became the standard summer destination for wealthy Virginia Low Country residents seeking reprieve from heat, humidity, and disease of the “sickly season”. As its popularity increased and it gained status as a socially exclusive site, the springs attracted elite guests from all areas of the South.
The resort, now known as The Greenbrier, remains one of the country’s most luxurious and exclusive resorts.
During the Cold War, the resort had been the site of a “bunker”, the Emergency Relocation Center known as Project Greek Island, which was intended to house and protect the U.S. Congress in the event of a nuclear attack.