The Navy built Sugar Grove Station back in the 1960s out in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. Now they want to get it off their hands and sell it to the highest bidder.
The 120-acre spy base compound housed up to 400 Navy personnel and their families.
A press release for this expansive property more subtly calls it a “United States Spy Compound” for “advanced communications research.” After over 50 years of activity, the base closed down operations in September 2015.
The starting bid is $1,000,000. However, with all that powerful history and stellar views behind it, the final price could be substantially higher. The views of the surrounding hills alone could make this place worth the investment. more