Whitetail Ridge is a residential community in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. Founded in 1989, the eleven hundred acre subdivision is comprised of 106 lots. It currently includes 48 primary and secondary homes, with many custom outbuildings including barns and horse paddocks; and other property improvements including hayfields and ponds.


The Whitetail Ridge environment is largely a diverse hardwood forest with highland meadows. Elevations range from 1,000 to 1,700 feet. A year-round stream runs through it. A common area pond is maintained that includes landscaped grounds, a small pavilion, and water aeration.


Whitetail Ridge is in the Burlington area of Mineral County. Within seven miles are a grocery store, farm market, restaurant, gas station and a hardware store. The city of Romney (Hampshire County seat) is 15 miles east. The city of Keyser (Mineral County seat) is 17 miles northwest.




Highland meadow by Mark McCarthy
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Potomac Highlands of wild, wonderful West Virginia