Vienna, WV HomesHomes for Sale and Community Information

Vienna WV is in Wood County on the Ohio River. The city is half between Belpre OH and Parkersburg WV. Vienna WV real estate comprises almost four square miles of land, upon which 10,749 people live. Seventeen cops keep them safe. Residents work in manufacturing and production, retail and sales and construction. Their kids attend one of three elementary schools, one middle school deemed the best in the state six years running and one high school. Higher education may be sought by children from Vienna WV homes at Ohio University-Main Campus, West Virginia University at Parkersburg or West Virginia State University. In the past five years, 82 patents have been granted to owners of Vienna properties. Actors Devon Odessa and Allie Ray are from nearby Parkersburg.

Vienna's history is not one of spectacular battles or of famous statesmen. It is one of farming, of nurturing the land through hundreds of years. People settle near water because it provides transportation and irrigation. Vienna real estate was settled by people only farming fifty to one hundred acres at a time. Following the Revolutionary War, Dr. Joseph Spencer was awarded 5,000 acres of land for his service to the fledgling nation. In 1794, he named his town Vienna after a battle in New Jersey in which he distinguished himself. When roads and railroads came through, the citizenry increased. Incorporated in 1935, today's Vienna is a thriving city of commerce and residences.

Seekers of Vienna homes for sale will have two parks, a wildlife refuge, and a swimming pool in which to have fun on the weekends. The parks offer picnic facilities, playground equipment, ball fields, tennis and basketball courts in addition to the swimming pool in Jackson Memorial Park. The municipal swimming pool is in another location. The McDonough Wildlife Refuge offers buyers of homes for sale in Vienna a habitat in which to study deer, fox, waterfowl, turkeys and coyotes. The Ice Cream Social is held in Spencer Park each year.

There is food available at events in Parkersburg for the Vienna home buyer to checkVienna, WV Homes Real Estate out. The Knights of Columbus cook a mean steak and you can even carry it out. The Volunteer Fire Department will be having a soup and sausage dinner and the American Legion is having a steak dinner and dance. Owners of Vienna homes can work off all that good food at Community Game Night, playing basketball and volleyball. 

Blennerhassett Island and nearby Parkersburg provide the purchaser of real estate in Vienna attractions of natural beauty and historic significance. The Ohio River is very important to both towns, so take a ferry ride over to Blennerbhassett Island to tour the Blennerhassett Mansion. Walking paths along the Parkersburg flood wall, built to control flooding after devastating floods in 1913 and 1937, have stunning vistas of the river.

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