Attractive two-story, 4-bedroom, 2-bath home in neighborhood near medical school and clinic, shopping, downtown and Lewisburg Historic District.
Located in Lewisburg’s popular Crowfields subdivision, this 2-story, 4-bedroom, 2-bath home is ideal for a many people. Features include a living room, family room, Florida room with skylights, and deck with hot tub. The entry and garage are level with the street, creating easy access in all kinds of weather. Quiet neighborhood, close to medical school, downtown Lewisburg, shopping and I-64. Home adjoins a small community common area.
This attractive 2-story home has easy-to-maintain white vinyl siding, black shutters and a black asphalt shingle roof. The mature landscaping includes cherry, dogwood, crabapple and white pine trees, and hydrangea, viburnam, yews and butterfly bushes. Facing east, the house enjoys the morning sunlight, and, on the opposite side, a view west to Muddy Creek Mountain.
A tiled entry with a coat closet connects to a large, sunny living room with crown molding and dark oak laminate flooring. The living room opens into the kitchen via folding glass doors, and also into a spacious Florida room with a tile floor, 3 skylights, windows on 3 sides, and a peaked ceiling with ceiling fan. Currently in use as an architect’s studio/home office, the room could easily be repurposed as a playroom, exercise space or craft area.
The living and Florida rooms connect with the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen features an eat-at island with a tile counter, a prep sink/wet bar with built-in racks for wine and glasses, oak cabinetry, and a pantry closet. Appliances to be conveyed include a Whirlpool refrigerator-freezer, a Frigidaire dishwasher, a Whirlpool microwave, a Kenmore electric range with ceramic top, and a built-in Kenmore wall oven. The Formica countertops have a granite appearance. The adjacent dining area has a chandelier and a bump-out bay overlooking the back yard and Muddy Creek Mountain.
A family room is also on the first level. This room has wall-to-wall carpeting, crown molding, a chair rail, a propane gas fireplace with a brick hearth, and a ceiling fan. Atrium doors open on to a deck with a hot tub. The tub is surrounded by a wood privacy fence.
A laundry room with a linoleum floor, a closet, a utility sink and washer and dryer hookups leads to the double garage, which has a storage loft.
Four bedrooms are located on the second level. The master suite has wall-to-wall carpeting, a ceiling fan, and a walk-in closet. The master bath has a tile floor, a shower/tub, and a long vanity with matching double sinks and decorative mirrors/medicine cabinets with bar lighting.
The three other bedrooms share a bath, accessed from the central hallway. This bath has a shower/tub, a sink with a tile surround, a linoleum floor and a linen closet.
One bedroom has laminate flooring, and the other two have wall-to-wall carpeting, as does the hallway. All the bedrooms have large closets.
The partial basement, accessed from the back yard, has a poured concrete floor and brick walls, and plenty of room for storing lawn furniture, yard equipment and odds and ends. This room connects to a crawl space which also offers some storage.
The home has central heat and air conditioning. The heating system includes both a natural gas furnace and a heat pump. City water and sewer serve the subdivision. Cell phone reception is excellent, and Internet and TV are available from cable and satellite companies.
The Crowfields subdivision is near the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, the Robert C. Byrd Clinic, and shopping areas that include Wal-Mart and Lowes. Interstate 64 is a 5-minute drive to the north, and downtown Lewisburg a 5-minute drive to the south. The subdivision is not in Lewisburg’s Historic District, but close to it.
Lewisburg is known as an arts town, and has year-round musical performances at Carnegie Hall, live theatre at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre, and seasonal community events. Art galleries are sprinkled throughout the town. The downtown area has antique stores, boutiques, fine dining, two bakeries and several interesting “watering holes”, including an authentic Irish pub. The West Virginia State Fair is held annually in nearby Fairlea, Snowshoe Ski resort is a winding drive on country roads to the north, and world-famous Greenbrier resort is only 10 minutes away in White Sulphur Springs.