Whitetail Ridge is a residential community in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. Founded in 1989, the 1,100-acre subdivision is comprised of 106 lots. It currently includes 51 primary and secondary homes, with many custom outbuildings and other property improvements.


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