Located in Greenbrier Village, one of the Greenbrier Resort’s first neighborhoods, the home enjoys close proximity to the hotel. Fenced on three sides, professionally landscaped, and featuring a private patio with an attractive hand cut stacked stone wall, it lends itself graciously to indoor and outdoor living.
The 2-story brick home’s welcoming entry has an elevated wraparound porch with recessed lighting. The entry hall provides a first look at the red oak flooring and unique one-piece curvilinear staircase leading to the second floor.
The first level includes a family room with a high ceiling, recessed lighting, and a dry stack Ledgestone rock fireplace with a black walnut mantel. A separate living room/den has a natural gas fireplace and wood mantel. The wooden blinds in this and other rooms convey with the home. French doors open to the patio, with views of a wooded hillside above the stone and brick walls.
The gourmet kitchen features granite counters, an island with six-burner gas cooktop, cherry cabinetry, a decorative tile backsplash, recessed lighting, GE Monogram/Profile appliances, a deep stainless steel double sink, and a dining area with a chandelier. Near the kitchen is a pantry/laundry room with built-in dark cherry cabinetry, and a Whirlpool washer and gas dryer. There is a formal dining room with oak flooring, a custom chandelier and a sweeping view of the mountains.
A half-bath is near the kitchen, with a granite counter top, porcelain sink and cherry vanity.
The large master suite is on the first level. The bedroom has oak flooring, plenty of light and a large walk-in closet. French doors lead to a private porch. The master bath has a soaking tub, an oversized double tile shower with a seat, tile floors with radiant heat, and a double vanity with porcelain sinks and a granite counter top.
A mudroom on the first level leads to the 2½-vehicle garage, with pull-down access to a storage attic.
Three bedrooms and two baths are on the upper level. The bedrooms have berber carpeting with thick, heavy loops of yarn, and walk-in closets. Two of the bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with a soapstone counter, double vanity and shower-tub. The third bedroom is served by a hallway bath with a shower and a single vanity with a soapstone counter and porcelain sink. Both bathrooms have tile floors with radiant heat.
The beautifully finished basement has a tile floor, a drywall ceiling, maple cabinetry and a stainless steel sink. The full bath on this level is tiled and it has a shower and a floor with radiant heat. The basement utility room includes a dehumidification system, hot water circulation system, a water filter system for Greenbrier water and a backup natural gas generator.
This Greenbrier Village home offers member-only amenities and ready access to the world-famous 11,000-acre resort, including restaurants, boutique shopping, indoor and outdoor recreational activities, championship golf courses, an equestrian center with 10 miles of riding trails, and a tennis complex with a 2500-seat stadium. The resort hosts the annual Greenbrier Classic, a PGA Tour event, and often serves as a summer training camp for NFL teams, including the New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans.
The nearby town of Lewisburg, just 8 miles away, was once named the Coolest Small Town in America. Charming, historic Lewisburg offers shopping, fine dining, art galleries, year-round live theatre and concerts, the State Fair of West Virginia, two annual food festivals and a literary festival.
Five miles from the resort, the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail is popular with hikers and bicyclists. Snowshoe Mountain Resort, the largest winter sports complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, is a 1½-hour drive to the north on a scenic country highway.
This gracious Greenbrier Village home is exceptionally attractive, comfortable, conveniently located and tastefully landscaped. It has been lovingly cared for by its current owners, who have put thought into even the smallest detail.