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Welcome to John Bosley Enterprises, Inc.

 

John Bosley Enterprises, Inc., has been developing commercial property since 1989.  We are located in the city of Parkersburg, West Virginia, in the beautiful and historic Mid Ohio Valley.

 

Located in the Parkersburg-Marietta-Vienna Metro Area with approximately 160,000 people in three West Virginia counties and one Ohio county, Parkersburg is a city of approximately 31,500 people, and is the third largest city in the state of West Virginia.  Chartered by the Virginia General Assembly in 1820, the city sits at the confluence of the Ohio and Little Kanawha Rivers.  I-77 and US Route 50 both pass through the city, as well as a CSX rail line running north and south along the Ohio River.  A few miles to the north is the Mid Ohio Valley Regional Airport, served by United Express with non-stop flights to Washington D.C.'s Dulles International Airport.  Parkersburg is a little over an hour's drive from the state capitol of Charleston, West Virginia; about two hours' drive from Columbus, Ohio, and a little over three hours' drive from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

Parkersburg is home to several historic sites, including the Wood County Courthouse, the Blennerhassett Hotel, the Smoot Theatre, and Blennerhassett Island (a West Virginia State Park).  Parkersburg is also the headquarters of the Bureau of the Public Debt, an agency of the United States Treasury Department.

 

Parkersburg is a city of champions.  Its three high schools' various sports teams have been state champions in West Virginia nearly 200 times.  Parkersburg finished second to Valdosta, Georgia, in ESPN's 2008 TitleTown USA competition.

 

We are proud to call Parkersburg and the Mid Ohio Valley our home.  Please look through our list of properties for sale, then contact us to learn how we can assist you and your company.

Parkersburg Point early morning

 

Historic Wood Co. courthouse

 

Historic Blennerhassett Hotel

 

History Smoot Theater

 

Blennerhassett Mansion