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Purchase Your Dream Condo in Huntington, WV
Huntington, West Virginia, is situated in the Cabell and Wayne counties and is the county seat of Cabell County. Huntington is affectionately known as "H-Town," is the largest city in the Tri-State Area, and is known for its commerce and heavy industry. A condo in Huntington, WV, may well be on the cards if you plan a move.

Huntington, WV - A New World Awaits
The city of Huntington is at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and at the base of the Ohio River. With such stunning natural beauty and creative man made entertainment, you will never be short on things to explore. So go on an adventure to discover the natural surroundings, art galleries, museums celebrating the city's history, artisan shops, the country's oldest amusement park, and some of the trendiest culinary experiences in the country.



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European colonizers arrived in modern-day Huntington in the 1700s, and the first permanent settlement in the area was founded in 1775. This settlement was known as "Holderby's Landing." Collis P. Huntington founded the city together with Delos W. Emmons, and it has continued to function as the western terminus for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway since this time. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway was completed in 1873, leading to an economic, population, and developmental boom in the modern-day Huntington area. The city became incorporated in 1871. Huntington is known to be the second city in the country to have electric streetcars. City officials eventually replaced these electric streetcars with gasoline-powered buses. However, some of the old trolley tracks that operated the electric streetcars are still seen in some parts of the city. The country's oldest amusement park, Camden Park, was built in 1903 and aimed to encourage people to ride on the trolleys. World War II resulted in another economic boom in the city, but this boom ended when the war ended. By 1950, the city's population began to decline due to the fall of the steel and manufacturing industries. By the 1980s, the steel and manufacturing industry had imploded, and employers retrenched thousands of workers as owners closed mills and plants. After this, the city worked towards reviving the economy and focusing on education, tourism, healthcare/medicine, and biotechnology. Although the city's economy recovered, the population never did. In 1950, Huntington was home to over 86,000 people but only home to over 51,000 people in 2000.

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Things to do in Huntington

Things to do in Huntington

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Huntington provides a delightful selection of activities and attractions, such as:

Huntington City Beach. The city's main beach, over three miles long, offers fun for the whole family all summer long. The beach has highly trained lifeguards, volleyball nets, fire pits, concession stands, and public restrooms with showers. The beach is also home to the Huntington Beach Pier, providing stunning views and spaces to fly kites and fish.

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve. This reserve, a 13,000-acre coastal estuary, is home to a spectrum of birds and wildlife. The reserve also has a four-mile network of trails that boasts viewpoints across the estuary.

Old World Village. The Old World Village is a Bavarian entertainment district lined with cobblestone streets. This village includes a German restaurant, Turkish coffee at The Coffee Table, and pastries at Gourmet Strudel and Cafe. You can also appreciate the toy shop, clock shop, and various souvenir shops at this location.

Huntington Beach Art Center. This center displays a motley assortment of rotating artwork like "The Art and Soul of Surfing" and "The Wonderful World of Comics."

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The city of Huntington is 18.46 square miles in size, with only 2.24 square miles of that being water. The town is situated in the southwestern corner of the state of West Virginia and borders Ohio. Huntington is located in the ecoregion of the Western Allegheny Plateau and fills a three-mile-wide flood plain. The city is spread across Cabell and Wayne County, with most of the city falling in Cabell County. Huntington is divided into four main sections, separated by the CSX railroad tracks and First Street. These sections are home to a total of 14 neighborhoods.

Huntington demographics

Huntington demographics

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Huntington, West Virginia, is the home of almost 47,000 people. Ninety-eight point eight percent of the population are U.S. citizens, and 2.19% of the population were born outside of the U.S. Over 39,000 people in Huntington are white, close to 4,000 people are Black or African Americans, and almost 1,500 belong to mixed races.

The city's median household income is $31,162, with an average property value of $98,200. This value is much lower than the national average of $240,500. Property taxes in Huntington are roughly $800. Fifty-one percent of the population own homes and an average of two cars per household.

Eighteen thousand four hundred people in Huntington are employed, with the most prominent industries being health care and social assistance, retail trade, and educational services. The sectors that offer the highest salaries are finance and insurance, utilities, agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting, and mining.

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Arts in Huntington

Arts in Huntington

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Appalachian, Southern, Midwestern, and Mid-Atlantic cultures all greatly influence Huntington. This influence is visible in the city's art scene, entertainment, and even culinary experiences. Visit the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center to experience the city's different nuances.

Huntington is also home to various festivals and fairs, which entertain its residents and visitors all year round. Popular festivals include:

The Chilifest Festival takes place in the middle of September. The Chilifest is a state championship that looks for the best chili cook in West Virginia.

The Jazz-MU-Tazz takes place during June. This festival features jazz cabarets, outdoor concerts, and numerous activities.

The Hilltop Festival takes place on the last Saturday of September. This festival features entertainment, children's activities, a petting zoo, a book fair, arts and crafts, and concessions.

The city is also home to 11 public parks—the most famous being the Harris Riverfront Park in the city's downtown. This park has a scenic river view and grassy recreational area and is known to host fabulous concerts and music events. Other popular parks are Ritter Park, Paul Ambrose Trail for Health, and Memorial Park.

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Schools in Huntington

Schools in Huntington

The Cabell and Wayne County School Systems govern the city's school system. In this city, you will find Huntington High School, Cabell Midland High School, Spring Valley High School, Cabell County Career Technology Center, five middle schools, and 19 elementary schools. Huntington also features private schools like the St. Joseph Catholic School, Grace Christian School, and Covenant School. If you have a family and kids who are looking for higher education opportunities, of course, Huntington caters to such progress. The city is the dwelling place of several colleges and universities such as Marshall University, the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Mountwest Community & Technical College, the Huntington Junior College, St. Mary's Medical Center's School of Medical Imaging, School of Nursing, as well as the Tri-State Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Why Huntington?

Why Huntington?

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Huntington, WV Condos and Homes for You
Huntington, West Virginia, presents beautiful natural spaces and culture for residents and tourists to enjoy no matter the time of year. Besides the entertainment and activities, the city showcases educational and professional opportunities ready for you to snap up. Should you want a change, then a condo in Huntington, WV, may just be the new breath of life you need.

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