An elevated wraparound porch overlooks the neighborhood and the campus of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. The front entry opens to the living room, with a wrought iron chandelier, tall windows and an attractive parquet oak floor. The adjacent parlor matches the living room, with similar windows and flooring. The kitchen, dining room, family room and a full bath are also on the first level.
The kitchen has pine cabinetry, linoleum flooring, laminate counters and a double stainless steel sink. The kitchen connects opens to spacious dining room, with oak flooring and a ceiling fan, and a pantry lined with cabinetry.
A carpeted family room/den is in the rear, with oak paneling, a built-in bookcase and a ceiling fan. The family room exits to the back yard.
The second level, accessed by an oak staircase near the living room or a service staircase near the kitchen, includes four bedrooms and a full bath. The bedrooms have oak flooring with some carpeted areas, closets, ceiling fans and plenty of light. The bath has a shower tub, linoleum flooring and a cultured marble vanity. A linen closet is in the hallway. The full bath on this level has a shower-tub, a tile floor and a cultured marble vanity.
The 3-bay cinderblock garage includes additional workshop space and a loft that runs the full length of the building.
The house is landscaped with boxwoods and rhododendrons. The yard includes both deciduous and evergreen trees and is bordered by trees in back. There is some chain link fencing.
This home is located in one of Lewisburg’s most desirable neighborhoods, just around the corner from downtown shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Often called an ideal small town, Lewisburg has fine dining, boutique shopping, a golf course, an 8-screen cinema and a lively arts scene. Annual events include the State Fair of West Virginia, two food-themed street festivals and a literary festival. The Greenbrier Valley Theatre, West Virginia’s official state theatre, offers year-round live performances, and well-known artists appear in concert at Carnegie Hall. In addition to the Osteopathic Medical School, the community is also home to an attractive campus of New River Community and Technical College.
The Greenbrier, 8 miles away in White Sulphur Springs, is one of the world’s top luxury resorts. The hotel’s offerings include multiple golf courses, a spa, a tennis complex, a casino, over 50 boutique shops and a dozen restaurants. The resort hosts the annual Greenbrier Classic, a PGA tour event, and houses a summer training facility for visiting NFL teams.
The nearby Greenbrier River draws anglers and kayakers, and the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail is popular with hikers and bicyclists. Snowshoe Ski Resort, a scenic 90-minute drive to the north, is the largest ski complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, and it has an extensive system of mountain biking trails available in the off-seasons.