This roomy 5-bedroom, 4-bath home in Lewisburg’s Stonehenge subdivision overlooks two cattail-lined fishing ponds. An elevated deck captures sunrise views, and wooded hillsides on either side shelter the home from wind and weather. Features include an open-plan main level, a vaulted ceiling, a stone fireplace, oak flooring, a kitchen island that seats six, 5 bedrooms on 3 levels and 4 full baths.
Located just east of historic downtown Lewisburg, Stonehenge is a community of upscale homes surrounded by wooded privacy and natural beauty. A winding road leads through the subdivision to this spacious, beautifully landscaped home sited prominently between two wooded hillsides. Two small ponds grace the property, providing tranquil views from the wraparound deck.
The main level features a great room with a stone fireplace that soars the height of the 2-story vaulted ceiling. The fireplace has a woodstove insert, a tile hearth and a wood mantel and is flanked by windows. The kitchen has cherry cabinets, granite counters, a double stainless steel sink and an eat-at island that seats 6. Appliances conveying with the sale include a Maytag side-by-side refrigerator-freezer and a Frigidaire gas range.
The main level also includes a bedroom and a full bath with a tile floor, cultured marble sink and shower-tub.
The upper level has three bedrooms. The large master suite has a tray ceiling and a walk-in closet. The master bath includes a separate shower and jetted soaking tub, and dual sinks. The other bedrooms share a tiled bath with a shower-tub. The laundry room is also located on this floor.
The lower level includes a fifth bedroom, a tiled bath with a shower and cultured marble vanity, and a large family room with recessed lighting. This level adjoins the garage.
The home’s upper levels feature oak flooring. The lower level has laminate wood flooring over concrete. Nearly all the rooms have ceiling fans.
Stonehenge is only a 5-minute drive from downtown Lewisburg. Historic and charmingly quaint, Lewisburg is known for its shopping, fine dining and lively arts scene. Annual events include two food festivals, a literary festival and the State Fair of West Virginia. Also nearby are the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail, popular with bicyclists and hiker,s and the world-famous Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs. The 11,000-acre resort offers a dozen restaurants, 50 boutique shops, 55 indoor and outdoor recreational activities, 5 golf courses, an equestrian center with 10 miles of riding trails, and a 2500-seat tennis stadium. The Greenbrier hosts an annual PGA Tour event and has served as the summer training camp for the NFL’s New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans.
An ideal West Virginia property, the home is comfortable, attractive, spacious and artfully tucked in a memorable natural setting.