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W.Va. justice, husband seek $17M for Charleston home

Charleston Gazette-Mail photo by Kenny Kemp  Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis and Charleston attorney Scott Segal are asking $17 million for their mansion.
Charleston Gazette-Mail photo by Kenny Kemp
Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis and Charleston attorney Scott Segal are asking $17 million for their mansion.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis and Charleston lawyer Scott Segal officially put their 19,000-square-foot mansion on the market Saturday. Asking price: $17 million.

Davis and Segal announced their intentions to put their mountaintop home up for sale back in July – and hired a real estate agent, architect, videographer and photographer to showcase the 17-acre estate — but they were tight-lipped about price.

A website, www.quarryridge.estate, set up to sell the house went “live” Saturday morning. It’s one of the most expensive residential properties in West Virginia.

The monolithic home, built in 2001 by West Virginia artisans and union labor, comes with eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. There’s also a carriage house, saltwater infinity pool, tennis court, steam room, massage parlor, sauna, fitness area – and even a dog-grooming hall, according to the listing.

Other details: A reception hall has Brazilian mahogany woodwork handcrafted in England, ironwork from Tennessee, silk-lined walls, and alabaster chandeliers. The master bathroom has rare Blue Bahia granite and polished marble surfaces. And a “hearth room” features a large fireplace “when it’s time to rest, sip on a bottle of wine from the cellar and relax in comfort,” according to the website.

Segal has said he and Davis are selling the house – located at 230 Quarry Ridge East — because they want to downsize and move to a smaller home in Charleston…

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